An exceptional detached Victorian family home with fine period detail, built in 1880, designed by the architect Thomas Jackson for his son Anthony, and modernised over the past 20years to give flexible accommodation for modern family living.
This impressive property, at the Lisburn Road end of Derryvolgie Avenue, benefits from excellent well laid out accommodation and the convenient location offers easy access to the local shops, to Belfast city centre (approximately 1.5 miles), Belfast City Airport (approximately 4 miles), the motorway and road networks, and a selection of popular local schools as well as Queen's University of Belfast.
The accommodation comprises, on the ground floor, a very large dining room, a study with a range of built-in bookcases, with adjoining wc, a large drawing room all with contemporary vertical shutters, a well-designed craftsman-made kitchen in pitch pine with oil fired Aga, an adjacent family room opening onto a terrace, and an adjacent utility room with good cupboards.
Upstairs on the first floor is a family bathroom, four well-proportioned bedrooms with a drying room and separate wc. From the spacious first floor landing, there is a staircase leading to an upper level with three further bedrooms and a shower room with wc and basin and fitted cupboards and a box room.
This house has wooden framed sash windows in the front rooms, and wooden framed casement windows with double glazing in the kitchen and adjacent rooms, oil fired central heating with high specification zoned heating controls for heating.
The exterior of the property benefits from a graveled driveway and parking area, a double garage, an attractive south facing border planted with shrubs and perennials in the front of the house, and a spacious rear garden with a large lawn and mature handsome trees and a terrace accessed from the family room which provides a day room in dry weather.