| This impressive town centre family home offers well maintained adaptable accommodation with many original features which enhance the overall character and charm of the property. Potential exists for development into bed and breakfast accommodation, with this unique site fronting the busy main road from the town centre to the seafront area and the gateway to the Glens of Antrim.
- Oil fired central heating
- Large rear garden
- Approx. 500 m from seafront and town centre
- Excellent family home
- Potential for re-development
Mahogany entrance door to entrance porch with glazed door and glass side panels opening to entrance hallway with moulded plaster cornice, moulded skirtings and architraves, telephone point.
Drawing room: 17‘0“ x 14‘6” a naturally bright and spacious reception room with original white marble fireplace and granite hearth and moulded plaster cornice and ceiling rose, television point. The large bay window to front offers views over the park to the Tow river valley and the countryside.
Family room: 14‘5“ x 11‘10” having a tiled open fireplace, moulded plaster cornice, television point.
Breakfast room: 14‘7“ x 12‘10” with an excellent range of eye and low level pine door units, walls tiled between units, television and telephone points, dimmer controlled lighting. Understairs storage.
Kitchen: 13‘0“ x 8‘5” with fitted low level units, stainless steel sink with plumbing for automatic washing machine, fully tiled floor and walls.
Walk through cloakroom to w.c with wash hand basin.
Staircase: Original cut-string staircase with mahogany hand rail and spindles to first floor.
Bathroom: 12‘8“ x 6‘3” having a three piece bathroom suite with gold plated fittings and Showerlux shower cubicle with Mira Sport electric shower. Electric shaver point and shaving
mirror with lighting, pine paneled walls and ceiling.
Separate w.c with hand basin and gold plated fittings, pine paneled walls and ceiling.
Bedroom 1: 14‘5“ x 12‘0” with hand basin, moulded plaster cornice.
Bedroom 2: 17‘0“ x 14‘6” a bright spacious bedroom or first floor lounge with bay window overlooking the park to Knocklayde Mountain and the Tow valley. Moulded plaster cornice and ceiling rose, pedestal hand basin.
Study/bedroom 3: 14‘0“ x 7‘8” with telephone point and integrated shelving.
Bedroom 4: 13‘0“ x 11‘0” with pedestal hand basin and ensuite shower room with fully tiled shower cabinet with Mira Event power shower, w.c., fully tiled floor and walls.
Bedroom 5: 14‘5“ x 12‘4”
Bedroom 6: 14‘6“ x 12‘7”
Workshop: 23‘0“ x 12‘0” with roller door, power and lighting points. Greenhouse, garden shed.
The property is approached via double entrance gates with a boundary walls to front and asphalt driveway to rear parking area. The garden to front is laid in lawn with raised shrub beds. The large rear garden is enclosed by mature hedging and is neatly divided into areas for relaxation with south facing seated areas and flower and shrub beds, for the more energetic an area is set aside for vegetables and mature apple trees provide a healthy crop of fruit each year.