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 is a unique opportunity to acquire a beautiful Georgian family home in Killinchy, Co Down, built in 1722 and sitting in secluded grounds of circa 12 acres, less than 30 minutes from Belfast.
The property is approached by a sweeping tree-lined driveway, and the delightful grounds include lawns, woodland, paddocks, fields and a tennis court.
The house comprises four reception rooms, five bedrooms - three en suite, and additional large family bathroom. There are three further second floor bedrooms. There is also a large open-plan family kitchen with Aga, complete with sitting and dining areas, and a summer kitchen with adjoining utility room. In the basement is a snooker room and wine cellar.
Adjoining the house is a very impressive courtyard comprising four bay garage, stables and outhouses. Immediately next to the house, overlooking part of the garden, is a lovely area with swimming pool and BBQ, positioned to take full advantage of the sun - ideal for outdoor entertaining!
Undoubtedly one of Northern Ireland's finest country homes and, affording complete privacy and seclusion, it is only 25/30 minutes from Belfast City Airport, and five mintues from Balloo House and Daft Eddie's restaurants. It is also five minutes from Whiterock Sailing Club - one of the most picturesque sailing areas of Strangford Lough.
This is a wonderful family home offering the character and style one would expect of a property built in this period.
The present owner conducted a major restoration in 1994, ensuring the wellbeing of the house for another 300 years!