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Stunning detached family home constructed only eight years ago and finished to an exceptional standard throughout
Finished in Donegal Quartz stone with granite cills and heads
Set on an elevated site which boasts stunning views on a clear day of Belfast Lough, Mull of Kintyre, Ailsa Craig, Mull of Galloway, The Lake District, Isle of Man, The Hill, Strangford Lough,
Internally the property has been designed to take full advantage of the view points with living accommodation on the ground and first floor
Dining reception hall with feature wood burning stove, first floor drawing room with stunning views and fireplace, sun room with vaulted ceiling, sliding doors leading to a walled garden
Stunning handcrafted kitchen finished in a shaker style two tone units (sage and natural oak), central island with quartz worktops and an array of integrated Siemens appliances
Large utility room with access to a double integrated garage
Four bedrooms one currently on the ground floor
Main bedroom with luxury ensuite bathroom with freestanding bath and large shower, extensive walk-in dressing room
Guest bedroom with luxury ensuite and dressing room, bedroom three also benefits with a luxury ensuite
Extensive use of natural materials including solid oak doors, floors, skirting and beams
Three heat sources, gas central heating, solar heating and wood burning stove heating
Underfloor heating throughout the house with the exception of the bedrooms and bathrooms
Hardwood triple glazed windows with a natural varnish finish inside and sage to the exterior
Land extending to c.6 acres including two fields and gardens
An array of outbuildings, including two former stables, garden store, workshop, single garage, gym, large shed and a summer house
Whilst in a semi rural setting it's access to the city and surrounding towns is second to none, Holywood 3.5 m, Newtownards 5 m, Belfast City 7 m, Bangor 6 m, Dundonald 3 m, Belfast City Airport 5 m
A magnificent family home which would have one of the finest viewing points in North Down set within its own land and incorporating outbuildings
One not to be missed
"We never tire of the views from this house, views which we have enjoyed for many years: the changing landscapes of not only the four seasons but the daily weather changes that reflect our unique climate. The beautiful views are especially enhanced with a range of four legged friends in the surrounding fields including horses, lambs and cattle – always an entertaining watch! The range of seating areas around the gardens always allow us to find a sunny spot to enjoy the views.
The semi ruralness of this property has provided the total privacy and spacious gardens that we wanted without the sense of isolation – knowing that we are only a stone's throw away from Holywood, Crawfordsburn, Ballyhackamore and Bangor"
The range of outbuildings have been a big bonus to us and have been put to good use and include a boat shed and home gym not to mention the summer house which enjoys far reaching views over the countryside to Belfast Lough – perfect for a quiet read or to enjoy a sundowner with friends!
- Open covered entrance porch with granite step leading to:
- Glazed front door with side lights to:
- SPACIOUS DINING RECEPTION HALL
- 7.04m x 3.96m (23' 1" x 13' 0")
Wood effect ceramic tiled floor. Feature Eco 22kw wood burner part of a tri power system with excess heat being transfered to hot water and underfloor heating by sensor valve, surrounded by a stone inglenook. Contemporary oak and glass staircase to drawing room and first floor.
- Contemporary suite comprising, Duravit low flush wc, trough sink unit with mixer tap and cupboard below, heated towel radiator, ceramic tiled floor, part tiled walls with border detail, sliding double doors to hanging space and shelving, low voltage lighting.
- StUNNING HANDMADE KITCHEN WITH CASUAL SITTING AND DINING AREA'S
- 6.43m x 4.98m (21' 1" x 16' 4")
Extensive range of high and low level handmade Shaker doors finished in an sage green and natural oak finish, Quartz worktops and splash back, inset sink with mixer taps, pantry cupboard, large double size central island with Quartz worktop, concealed plugs, four ring Siemens induction hob and two gas ring hob, Quartz splashback, contemporary glass and stainless steel extractor fan above, feature drop ceiling and lighting. Siemens oven and steam oven with warming drawer, microwave combination oven, oversize Siemen integrated fridge and Siemens Integrated dishwasher, wood effect ceramic tiled floor, contemporary radiator. Stunning views of The Irish Sea, Scrabo, Scotland and Strangford Lough.
- UTILITY ROOM:
- 6.45m x 1.75m (21' 2" x 5' 9")
Extensive range of high and low level white high gloss cabinets one piece composite worktops, single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, plumbed for washing machine, space for tumble dryer and fridge freezer, wood effect ceramic tiled floor. Service door to rear and access to garage.
- BEDROOM (4):
- 4.95m x 3.91m (16' 3" x 12' 10")
Double glazed door to raised patio area with stunning views of the rolling countryside, Strangford Lough and Scrabo. Contemporary radiator.
- PLANT ROOM / HOT PRESS
- Rotex pressurised water tank, additional storage, control panels for the solar power system.
- DOUBLE INTEGRAL GARAGE
- 6.45m x 5.74m (21' 2" x 18' 10")
Twin electrical up and over doors. Light and power. Beam central vac system.
First Floor Return
- STUNNING SUN ROOM
- 5.38m x 4.78m (17' 8" x 15' 8")
Vaulted ceiling with a height of 15ft, feature oak central beam, contemporary DRU gas fire stove with granite plinth, wall lighting, wide oak flooring, stain glass door with side and top fan to landing and stairs. Two large sliding doors to walled garden.
- BRIGHT SPACIOUS FIRST FLOOR LANDING
- Wide oak flooring. Open book shelving finished in oak.
- FIRST FLOOR DRAWING ROOM
- 6.45m x 4.95m (21' 2" x 16' 3")
Three picture windows with stunning views of Belfast Lough, Irish Sea, The Copelands, Scotland, Strangford Lough and Scrabo. Stone fireplace with oak mantle, slate hearth and dog grate gas fire, deep oak cills, 5 amp switches, wall lighting, wide oak wooden flooring.
- MAIN BEDROOM
- 3.94m x 3.96m (12' 11" x 13' 0")
Stunning views of Belfast Lough, Irish Sea, Strangford, Donaghadee and Scrabo, deep cills, wall lighting, contemporary radiator.
- LUXURY ENSUITE
- 4.62m x 1.96m (15' 2" x 6' 5")
His and hers matching sink units with stone top, mixer taps, Shaker units below, contemporary free standing bath with swan neck mixer and telephone shower, low flush wc, double fully tiled shower cubicle with Mira Power Shower, over drencher and telephone shower, heated towel radiator, ceramic tiled floor, part tiled walls with border detailing, low voltage lighting,
- DRESSING ROOM:
- 4.32m x 2.39m (14' 2" x 7' 10")
Open hanging space and shelving, contemporary radiator, low voltage lighting. Access to roofspace.
- BEDROOM (3):
- 4.32m x 4.17m (14' 2" x 13' 8")
Deep cills, contemporary radiator. Stunning views towards Donaghadee, Irish Sea.
- LUXURY ENSUITE
- 2.84m x 1.17m (9' 4" x 3' 10")
Double shower cubicle with thermostatically controlled shower unit, wall mounted sink with mixer tap and feature splashback, low flush wc, ceramic tiled floor, heated towel radiator, low voltage lighting.
- 1.93m x 1.7m (6' 4" x 5' 7")
- GUEST BEDROOM
- 3.91m x 3.18m (12' 10" x 10' 5")
Deep oak cills, contemporary radiator. Stunning views towards Strangford Lough and Scrabo.
- DRESSING ROOM:
- 2.16m x 1.68m (7' 1" x 5' 6")
Open hanging and shelving, low voltage lighting.
- LUXURY SHOWER ROOM
- 2.67m x 1.65m (8' 9" x 5' 5")
Fully tiled shower cubicle with thermostatically controlled shower unit, concealed cistern Geberit system with Duravit toliet, wall mounted sink unit with mixer tap, part tiled walls with border detailing, ceramic tiled floor, heated towel radiator.
- SEPARATE CLOAKROOM
- Concealed Geberit system with Duravit toilet, wall mounted sink unit and mixer tap, ceramic tiled floor, part tiled walls.
- StABLE (1)
- 4.27m x 3.53m (14' 0" x 11' 7")
Light and stable door.
- StABLE (2)
- 3.53m x 3.45m (11' 7" x 11' 4")
Light and stable door.
- GARDEN STORE
- 3.71m x 2.11m (12' 2" x 6' 11")
Light, power and water. Leading to:
- 4.42m x 2.11m (14' 6" x 6' 11")
Light, power and water.
- SINGLE GARAGE
- 6.4m x 4.01m (21' 0" x 13' 2")
Roller door. Light and power.
- 5.94m x 4.22m (19' 6" x 13' 10")
Light and power. Double glazed door to side. Views of Scrabo and Strangford Lough.
- LARGE SHED
- 9.88m x 7.37m (32' 5" x 24' 2")
Roller door. Light and power. Service door to side.
- WALLED GARDEN
- Beautifully landscaped garden with raised beds finished with stone lawns and large patio area. Slate steps leading to side garden with feature rockery and lawns.
- SUMMER HOUSE
- 4.93m x 3.51m (16' 2" x 11' 6")
Vaulted ceiling, limed finish with matching wooden floor, views towards Belfast Lough, Irish Sea, Donaghadee, Scrabo and Strangford Lough. Double glazed doors to open veranda.
- Large garden to the front and side of the house with lawns, flowerbeds, mature hedging and a feature semi enclosed rockery.
- Extensive number of outside water points, lighting and power points. Tarmac driveway with parking for up to six cars plus separate tarmac driveway for the corrugated shed.
Travelling from Holywood town centre, continue to the top of Church Road, at the junction turn left on the Ballymiscaw Road, pass the petrol station on your left and at the brow of the hill there is a concrete lane which leads to No 90.