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Look inside: Period home with contemporary styling on Belfast's Malone Road

A period home with contemporary styling which is ready to move into. Stephanie Bell reports...

This smart period townhouse has been given a superior contemporary makeover.

Inside you will find a show home standard property which is ready to move into.

The location is top drawer too as the house sits off the Malone Road in South Belfast, close to Queen's University, Methody College, Belfast city centre, Botanic Gardens and the Lisburn Road.

The accommodation offers a bright living/dining area with 11ft ceilings, a modern kitchen, utility, cloakroom, three bedrooms, master with en suite, and a family bathroom.

There is an entrance porch with ceramic tiled floor and a glazed door leading into a bright entrance hall with cornice ceiling and beautiful period style tiled flooring.

A large living/dining room is finished off with wide board American oak flooring and there is a wood burning stove set in a brick recess with a stone hearth.

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173 Malone Road, Belfast
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173 Malone Road, Belfast

On into the kitchen and this bright space is fitted out with contemporary white units with Corian work surfaces.

Included are a Neff four ring gas hob and electric oven, an integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer. An island unit has a breakfast bar area and a glazed roof and French doors keep this area light filled. The French doors open onto a paved terrace for summer dining.

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173 Malone Road, Belfast
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173 Malone Road, Belfast

There is a cloakroom with wash hand basin set in a vanity unit as well as a linen cupboard on the ground floor.

The bathrooms have a designer contemporary feel with stylish sanitary ware and feature tiling. The family bathroom has a walk in shower cubicle while the en suite has a decadent free standing bath. The master bedroom also has a walk in dressing room.

This lovely home comes with parking to the front and a walled patio garden to the back.

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