A deceptively spacious detached family home that was described in the 2017 Ulster Architectural Heritage publication Glamour & Gloom: 1930s Architecture in Belfast as part of the dream for a new way of living.
Measuring approximately 2,350 sq ft, the property is located on the much-sought-after Kings Road and has a private south-facing rear garden. The accommodation requires some modernisation and offers a great opportunity for a family to put their own stamp on this unique property. Convenient to many local amenities, with Kings Square and the Comber Greenway within walking distance, many of Belfast's leading schools close to hand and access to main bus routes, this is perfect for any family.
Comprising an enclosed entrance porch leading to a generous entrance hall with cloakroom and ground floor WC. Four different reception areas, including lounge featuring an open fireplace and sliding patio doors to rear garden, living room with wood-laminate flooring and sliding patio doors also to rear garden and separate breakfast area and dining area off a good size kitchen with extensive range of units.
The first and second floors offer six bedrooms, four on the first floor and two on the second floor, four of which are double bedrooms, one with a master ensuite shower room and a family bathroom with separate bath and shower cubicle. Furthermore, there is an additional storeroom on the second floor, oil-fired central heating and UPVC double glazing.
Other benefits include a modern oil boiler, extensive garage measuring 32 feet long, generous gated driveway to front with ample parking and garden in lawn with a large enclosed south-facing rear garden with patio and lawn surrounded by mature trees ensuring privacy and all-day sunlight.
A great location in the heart of one of East Belfast's most-sought-after areas, close to a wide array of amenities, with easy access to central Belfast and popular districts such as Belmont, Ballyhackamore and Holywood. View now to avoid disappointment.
- Accommodation Comprises
- Entrance Porch
- Ceramic tiled flooring.
- Entrance Hall 13'5 x 4'0 (4.09m x 1.22m)
- Cupboard understairs.
- Ground Floor WC
- Original wash hand basin and low flush WC. Part semi-solid wood flooring, part ceramic tiled flooring.
- Lounge 17'4 x 11'9 (5.28m x 3.58m)
- Open fireplace with tiled surround and hearth. Aluminium sliding patio doors.
- Living Room 12'9 x 11'2 (3.89m x 3.40m)
- Wood laminate flooring. Sliding PVC patio doors.
- Breakfast Area 10'7 x 8'4 (3.23m x 2.54m)
- Ceramic tiled flooring. Larder. Cupboard with plumbing for washing machine. Open to:
- Kitchen 14'3 x 7'9 (4.34m x 2.36m)
- Extensive range of high and low level units with display cabinet, granite effect work surfaces with upstand, inset 1 ¼ bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Dishwasher. Part tiled walls. Ceramic tiled flooring. Archway to:
- Dining Room 11'1 x 10'3 (3.38m x 3.12m)
- Ceramic tiled flooring.
- Rear Entrance Hall
- Oil fired boiler. Ceramic tiled flooring.
- First Floor
- Hot press.
- Bedroom 1 11'9 x 11'6 (3.58m x 3.51m)
- Coloured suite with built-in shower cubicle with electric shower and shower door, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC. Wood laminate flooring. Fully tiled walls.
- Bedroom 2 12'2 x 11'0 (3.71m x 3.35m)
- Range of built-in robes and vanity unit.
- Bedroom 3 10'9 x 7'8 (3.28m x 2.34m)
- Bedroom 4 9'0 x 7'8 (2.74m x 2.34m)
- White suite comprising panelled bath with tiled splashback, walk-in shower cubicle with electric shower and shower door, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush WC. Wood laminate flooring.
- Second Floor
- Bedroom 5 12'3 x 12'1 (3.73m x 3.68m)
- Eave storage.
- Bedroom 6 13'1 x 5'8 (3.99m x 1.73m)
- Velux window.
- Store Room 6'9 x 3'0 (2.06m x 0.91m)
- Velux window.
- Front garden with lawn, gated tarmac driveway and mature trees. South facing enclosed rear garden with raised patio and large garden in lawn surrounded by mature trees. Outside tap.
- Detached Garage 32'0 x 12'1 (9.75m x 3.68m)
- Light and power. Up and over door.
Please note that we have not tested the services or systems in this property. Purchasers should make/commission their own inspections if they feel it is necessary.