3 Bedroom Semi-Deatched Home
High speed broadband up to gigafast speeds (depending on provider and package chosen)
Comprehensive range of electrical sockets throughout, including TV and telephone points
Internet point to fourth bedroom / home office (where applicable)
Multifuel stove to detached homes, electric focal fire to semi-detached
Painted internal doors with chrome ironmongery
Painted moulded skirting, architraves, stair handrails and balustrades
Smoke, Heat and CO2 detectors fitted as standard
Wired for security alarm
A choice of fully fitted kitchens including doors, handles, worktops with matching upstands with glass splash back
Integrated appliances including built-in oven, electric hob, extractor hood, dishwasher, fridge freezer and washer/dryer (free standing washing machine to utility where applicable)
Feature downlighers to kitchen
BATHROOMS, ENSUITES & WC's
Contemporary white sanitary ware and chrome fittings
Feature vanity unit in main bathroom to detached homes
Thermostatic rain shower to main bathroom
Heated chrome towel rail in main bathroom
Feature downlighters to main bathroom and ensuite
FLOOR COVERINGS & TILES
Ceramic floor tiling to kitchen, dining area, entrance hall, store, bathroom, ensuite, and WC
Tiling to shower enclosures and around bath
Splash back tiling to hand basins
Carpet and underlay to lounge, family room, stairs, landing, and all bedrooms (where applicable)
THE PERFECT LOCATION
Edenbrook is situated on the prestigious and highly sought-after Newry Road in Banbridge. The Banbridge district is renowned for providing a high standard of education with numerous nursery and primary schools, five secondary schools, one grammar school, and a college of further education. When it's time to relax and grab a bite to eat there's a range of restaurants, bistros and cafes that adorn the town centre and surrounding area. The town also boasts a lively nightlife with a selection of pubs, bars, hotels and two cinemas.
Whether you enjoy the relaxed, friendly atmosphere of town centre shopping or the choice and convenience of designer and high street brands bought together at The Boulevard, Edenbrook gives you a choice that is rarely matched, right on your doorstep. Larger retailers such as Tesco, Houstons, and S.D Kells are interspersed with an array of independent shops and boutiques throughout the town centre. The FE McWilliam Gallery offers cultural experiences, with the famous sculptors' workshop located in the grounds and a regular programme of visiting art exhibitions.
LIFE & LEISURE
Perhaps its most famous landmark is 'The Cut', a running through the centre of the town, developed to allow the Belfast to Dublin mail coach easy passage up the steep hill, to this day it ensures that Banbridge's main street is one of the most unique in Ireland! The town of Banbridge grew as a coaching stops on the main Belfast to Dublin route, and its convenient transport links to both cities continue to set it apart as an outstanding location to call home.
With the A1 carriageway just a stone's throw away, you can be in Belfast in less than 30 minutes and Dublin in just over an hour. Excellent public transport links, including the cross border express bus service also connect you quickly and easily to nearly Lisburn, Newry, and Craigavon. There is also a regular bus service to Dublin via Dublin Airport.
The thriving community boasts a superb range of leisure and sporting facilities including golf, rugby, cycling, soccer, Gaelic football, and swimming. Banbridge leisure centre has excellent facilities for recreation all year round. Fitness classes, gym, health suite and tennis courts are just some of the many amenities to take advantage of.
Banbridge is also home to the new Game of Thrones studio tour. Located at the authentic filming location of Linen Mills Studio, The Game of Thrones Studio Tour invites you to step behind the scenes of The Seven Kingdoms and beyond.
Immortalised in the song, 'The Star of the County Down', Banbridge owes its development to Lord Downshire and to the once thriving linen industry and where Ferguson's Linen Factory are widely acknowledged as producers of finest linen Jacquard in the world.
Ferguson's Irish Linen was established in 1854, and they are widely recognised as being the finest of Irish Weavers. The combination of fine raw materials, skilled weavers, advanced loom technology, and careful finishing have brought Ferguson's a reputation of which they are proud. They are world renowned for their fabulous product, and have established a growing reputation as an innovative designer and manufacturer of stylish new collections.
The district can also lay claim to some important personages: literary, artistic, and scientific. It was here that world-renowned artist FE McWilliam was born; the poet WB Yeats' father was born; that Patrick Bronte, father of the talented Bronte sisters, was born; the author Helen Waddell is buried; Nobel Physics Laureate, Professor ETS Walton received his early schooling and where the famous Arctic explorer, Captain FRM Crozier was born - a delightful statue, replete with polar bears, commemorating the man!
LOUNGE: 15' 1" X 11' 10" (4.60m X 3.61m)
KITCHEN/DINING/LIVING : 19' 4" X 12' 2" (5.89m X 3.71m)
W/C 6' 3" X 2' 11" (1.91m X 0.89m)
BEDROOM (1): 11' 10" X 10' 6" (3.61m X 3.20m)
ENSUITE: 9' 2" X 3' 3" (2.79m X 0.99m)
BEDROOM (2): 12' 6" X 9' 2" (3.81m X 2.79m)
BEDROOM (3): 9' 6" X 8' 10" (2.90m X 2.69m)
BATHROOM: 7' 10" X 6' 11" (2.39m X 2.11m)