A superb example of a traditional town terrace with a blend of period/modern features and the additional benefit of a large enclosed rear garden with potential off street parking.
Situated just off the Earlswood Road, this attractive property is perfectly placed to take advantage of the variety of amenities, recreational facilities, coffee shops, bars and restaurants in both Ballyhackamore and Belmont. The spacious through lounge dining room has an attractive fireplace and leads to the kitchen with a good range of modern units and appliances. There are four bedrooms over the first and second floors which are serviced by a well-appointed shower room. Further benefits include oil fired central heating and double glazing. Without doubt, a huge plus for this house is the extensive rear garden in lawns with patio area, something that so many town terraces are without.
The surrounding is area is home to a variety of amenities and there are various leading schooling options as well as superb transport links to the city centre and beyond.
Hardwood front door with top light to:
Corniced ceiling, wood strip floor, glazed inner door and top light to:
THROUGH LOUNGE DINING ROOM:
25' 5" x 11' 1"
Exposed wood strip flooring, cast iron fireplace and slate hearth, corniced ceiling, centre rose.
14' 9" x 7' 1"
Excellent range of high and low level modern units.
LEAN TO UTILITY ROOM
14' 7" x 11' 1"
10' 11" x 8' 6"
Luxury white suite comprising: Low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, walk in double shower unit with thermostatically controlled shower, ceramic tiled floor, partly tiled walls.
11' 4" x 11' 0"
11' 2" x 8' 11"
At widest points.
Large enclosed rear garden in lawns with pebbled areas, patio, well stocked flower beds, outside lighting, PVC oil storage tank, boiler house with oil fired boiler. Wooden access gate from Earlswood Road with potential for off street car parking.