Cannot praise the team at Templeton Robinson Holywood highly enough. From the initial valuation, professional photography and luxury brochure I was confident i had chosen correctly. At all points in the sale i was kept informed and any issues pre-empted and handled efficiently and effectively. They communicated well with my financial and legal advisers making a stressful process as smooth and seamless as possible. (Worth noting that with just seven sets of viewers they sold my house 3 times.) I would look to no one else to sell my home with and couldn't recommend them highly enough. Thanks guys!
- Deborah Long
This beautiful Victorian Station was constructed circa 1860 and is accredited to Sir Charles Lanyon who was responsible for many landmark buildings in Northern Ireland including Queens University and The Linenhall Library. Then after falling into disrepair, the building was purchased and converted into a very unique home which has evolved over the years into this stunning property.
The house now offers beautifully proportioned accommodation which is full of character and has been tastefully presented throughout. The outdoor spaces include ample parking and landscaping to the front as well as a delightful private courtyard garden with mature planting. This opens off the casual dining area and lends itself to outside entertaining. The interior layout is practical and homely and will appeal to a variety of potential purchasers. On the first floor, the lavish master suite is reminiscent of a boutique hotel and the gallery landing with its high ceiling and feature circular window is the perfect place in which to sit and relax.
The location is synonymous with some of Northern Irelands finest and most exclusive homes. The Station House offers a rare opportunity to purchase a manageable and yet stylish property in this desirable location. The famous Royal Belfast Golf Club is the oldest golf club in Ireland and is just down the road. The picturesque coastal path is also accessible at the bottom of Station Road. For those who like to get out on the water, Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club is also close by. The nearby town of Holywood has charm of its own and is a great place for shopping or socialising, whilst both Belfast and Bangor are within easy reach.
This is an individual, stylish and high quality home in a fabulous location and offers an enviable lifestyle. We would strongly encourage early viewing.
A beautiful conversion of the original station which was designed in the 1800's by Sir Charles Lanyon
A stylish home full of character in one of Northern Ireland's most exclusive locations
Mature and Private setting - backing onto the Railway Line
Impressive Reception Hall with Parquet flooring and attractive Staircase, Cloakroom and Downstairs wc
Drawing Room with Antique Marble Fireplace and open through to Well Proportioned Dining Room
Spacious Country Style Kitchen with Feature Glazed Dining Area and French Doors to Courtyard Garden
Bright and Spacious Gallery Landing with Casual Sitting Area
Impressive Master Suite comprising Bedroom, Large Dressing Room with Seating Area and arches through to Ensuite Shower Room
Two Further First Floor Bedrooms, Luxury Bathroom and Study / Gym with door to the platform terrace
Luxury Bathroom and Ensuite Shower Room with Marble Flooring and quality white sanitary ware
Oil Fired Central Heating
A few minute's walk from Royal Belfast Golf Club and the coastal path
Close to Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club and The Culloden Estate and Spa
Convenient to the popular town of Holywood with its selection of quality Restaurants, Cafes, Shops and Bars
Good rail links to Belfast, Bangor and further afield; convenient to George Best Belfast City Airport
Panelled Entrance Door with large Arched Glazed Surround.
KITCHEN WITH OPEN PLAN CONSERVATORY DINING AREA: 20' 0" X 10' 9" (6.10m X 3.28m)
Limed oak kitchen with excellent range of high and low units, incorporating cupboards, drawers, open shelving and glazed display cabinets. Tiled work surfaces with wooden trim, single drainer sink with mixer tap, ceramic hood with extractor hood above, eye level double oven, integrated fridge / freezer, part tiled walls, exposed brick wall, terracotta tiled floor. Delightful open plan conservatory dining area with French doors leading to patio and garden. Recessed spotlighting and wall light points.
GALLERY LANDING / LIVING AREA: 14' 0" X 11' 4" (4.27m X 3.45m)
Feature ceiling with cornicing, arched windows and ornate wrought iron railings and polished wooden handrail.
Inner Landing with arched recess and shelved linen cupboard.
MASTER BEDROOM: 16' 7" X 12' 5" (5.05m X 3.78m)
Cornice ceiling with centre rose, arched windows, dado rail.
DRESSING ROOM WITH SEATING AREA: 14' 5" X 13' 5" (4.39m X 4.09m)
Cornice ceiling with ceiling rose, dado rail, arched windows and two arches. Step up to . . .
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM:
Marble flooring, white suite comprising vanity unit with marble top and inset basin, large fully tiled shower enclosure with thermostatic shower and glass screen, low flush wc. Painted tongue and groove pitched ceiling with double glazed skylight, wall tiling and light point.
BEDROOM (2): 10' 6" X 7' 8" (3.20m X 2.34m)
(plus built-in wardrobes) - Two arched windows, built-in wardrobes with mirrored doors and centre ceiling rose.
BEDROOM (3): 10' 6" X 9' 6" (3.20m X 2.90m)
(Currently used as office) - Arched window, centre ceiling rose, dado rail. Access to roofspace.
STUDY: 15' 7" X 4' 3" (4.75m X 1.30m)
Pitched ceiling with recessed spot lights, double glazed skylight, tiled floor.
Hardwood door leading to platform terrace.
Brick paviour parking bay and pathway to front. Soft landscaping with shrubs, creepers and flowerbeds.
Door to enclosed courtyard garden with paved patio area and mature planting.
Steps at the side of the station lead up to the platform at the rear which is enclosed and leads to the boiler house with oil tank and oil fired boiler.
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Leaving Holywood on the Bangor Road pass The Culloden Hotel and The Ulster Folk Museum. Pass Glen Road on the left and take the next turning on the left into Station Road, Old Station Road is the first lane on the right.