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Key Information

Address The Coach House, 154 Bangor Road, Cultra, Holywood
Price Last listed at POA
Style Cottage
Heating Oil
Bedrooms 2
EPC Rating F37/E43
Receptions 2
Status Sale Agreed

The facts you need to know

  • Former semi-detached coach house/estate building c.1820
  • Two bedrooms both with ensuite
  • Two reception rooms both with traditional style fireplaces
  • Ash finish kitchen with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams
  • Separate laundry room
  • Full of character and historic charm
  • uPVC double glazing
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Ideal project to impose individual ideas to personal taste
  • Walled courtyard and private mature gardens backing onto the Folk Museum
  • Convenient to Holywood and Belfast by road and rail
  • Prestigious Cultra location
  • Perfect for those wanting 'lock and leave' accommodation or downsizing
  • Close to Royal Belfast Golf Club and walk to seashore

Additional Information

Believed to have been constructed c.1820, this charming, red brick coach house occupies a mature, sheltered site bordering onto the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.
Tucked away off a private road, the property takes a little finding – but that is part of its attraction.
The coach house would be ideal for those who travel and are seeking a 'lock and leave' a professional couple or those downsizing.
The property was renovated in the mid 1980's, but now would be the perfect time to consider a sensitive (or contemporary) update depending on taste.
A property full of character and established history in an exclusive Holywood suburb – Ideal.

Ground Floor

Stoned walled courtyard to:
With timber storm seating.
Panelled front door.
Low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin.
5.49m x 4.5m (18' 0" x 14' 9")
Feature fireplace with cast iron and tiled inset, stripped pine surround, coved ceiling, glass pane door to hall.
3.81m x 3.66m (12' 6" x 12' 0")
Extensive range of ash finish high-and low-level cupboards, leaded glass display cupboards, laminate worktops, single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps, Neff dishwasher, AEG fridge, vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, Hotpoint stainless steel cooker with ceramic hob, cooker canopy. Space for breakfast table and chairs.
3.96m x 1.52m (13' 0" x 5' 0")
Stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps, cupboards below, cork tiled floor, oil fired central heating boiler, space for washing machine and tumble dryer, door to rear.

First Floor

5.56m x 2.74m (18' 3" x 9' 0")
Decorative cast iron and tiled fireplace.
2.59m x 2.06m (8' 6" x 6' 9")
Including extensive range of built-in wardrobes with dressing mirrors.
3.12m x 2.06m (10' 3" x 6' 9")
Raised inset bath, mixer taps, telephone hand shower, low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin.
4.95m x 3.35m (16' 3" x 11' 0")
Built-in wardrobes, dressing mirrors.
3.51m x 1.68m (11' 6" x 5' 6")
Comprising low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin, part tiled walls, large shower cubicle, Mira Vigour instant heat shower, bleached oak effect flooring. Door to separate shelved hotpress, lagged copper cylinder, Willis water heater.


Granite chip courtyard as parking area.
PVC oil tank.
Mature private gardens in mature trees, shrubs and borders backing onto the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.


Accessed by a private road between turning to Folk Museum and Glen Road, Cultra.