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HomeFinder Property of the Week: The Boat House, Donaghadee

Fancy living on the Co Down coast with incredible sea views, your own slipway and beach access?

Published 19/11/2015

This week's main feature home sits right on the edge of the Co Down coast and as well as incredible sea views has its own slipway and beach access.

The charming Boat House, at 59a Warren Road in Donaghadee, enjoys a spectacular location and many interesting bespoke features.

The property is perched on a tranquil spot just off the affluent Warren Road.

It is well priced to reflect the fact it needs some modernisation, giving the new owner a chance to put their own stamp on it.

On page 4 we have a spacious family home which you won't have to spend a penny on. The house in Crumlin has been beautifully finished inside, with many luxury touches.

There is space galore for all the family, with four large reception rooms and five bedrooms, three with en suites.

The extensive grounds are well looked after, so you get an all round great package.

Our downsize property this week is also not to be missed.

The spacious penthouse in Mill Village, Comber also offers luxury living, as this popular development comes with a residents' swimming pool, sauna and gym.

Number 22 The Courtyard also has a roof terrace balcony.

The former boathouse has breathtaking views of the Irish Sea, Copeland Islands and Scotland
The former boathouse has breathtaking views of the Irish Sea, Copeland Islands and Scotland
The former boathouse has breathtaking views of the Irish Sea, Copeland Islands and Scotland
The Boat House is steeped in history with character in abundance
The Boat House is steeped in history with character in abundance
The Boat House is steeped in history with character in abundance
The Boat House is steeped in history with character in abundance
The Boat House is steeped in history with character in abundance

The Boat House is listed on PropertyNews.com

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