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Designed in 1902 by Vincent Craig this delightful freestyle arts and crafts Victorian residence in red brick and roughcast with rosemary tiled roof is without doubt one of the prettiest and most architecturally interesting properties in one of Belfast's most distinguished tree lined parks.
Grade B1 listed there is Queen Ann detail particularly to the windows. The beautiful south facing garden elevation has 3 charming Oriel windows across the first floor of the house. The accommodation is generously proportioned and there is character throughout the house, with its many beautiful original features which have been carefully maintained over the last 57 years that the current owner has lived there.
Occupying the most magnificent site with an extensive totally secluded and south facing rear gardens which has been meticulously maintained and is laid in lawns, flowerbeds and Rhododendron bushes, all in a profusion of colour there is a with a wide variety of specimen trees to include a magnificent mature copper Beech tree.