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Property of the week: 10 Broomhill Park, Malone, Belfast

By Stephanie Bell

This millionaire’s home in Malone’s desirable Broomhill Park offers contemporary luxury living against a backdrop of fine period beauty.

An attractive detached property built in the 1930s the impressive interior reflects the splendour of the architectural style from this era with carved wood wall panelling, corniced ceilings and elegant original fireplaces.

The current owners have retained these fine original features while tastefully updating the property to create a contemporary feel which sits perfectly with the period elegance.

Set in a mature, tree lined street the house enjoys considerable privacy and seclusion yet is located close to the City Centre, Lisburn Road, main arterial transport routes, leading schools and academic institutions, shops, parks, golf clubs and shopping facilities.

The rooms all are well proportioned giving a bright, open feel and you get an entrance porch, spacious reception hall, cloakroom, open plan drawing room /dining room, living room, an attractive traditional style Robinson Interiors kitchen with casual dining area, plus five bedrooms, master with en suite facilities and a dressing area and a family bathroom.

Electric gates open onto a driveway which leads to a parking area in front of the house and garage.

In the hallway, polished oak panelled walls, doors, architraves and staircase give an immediate sense of the prestige of the property. This beautiful space even has an original fireplace, window seat and stained glass windows which all combine to create an exquisite room.

Off the hallway is a modern cloakroom with WC and a beautiful oak framed glass door opens into the spacious and drawing/dining room.

A bright traditionally styled space it features an original ornate mahogany fireplace with wood burning stove and wood strip flooring with lovely white wooden shutters on large picture windows.

The same wooden shutters keep the living room contemporary in style and this room also has a wood strip floor and an ornate granite fireplace with glazed doors leading to the extensive kitchen/living/dining room.

This glorious room is chic and stylish and very much the hub of this home and a superb entertaining space.

The kitchen units are set at one side under a decorative archway and are solid wood with granite work surfaces. This is a true cook’s kitchen with two integrated dishwashers, a steam oven and microwave, double Belfast sink, another oven and an induction five ring hob.

There is a sleek island unit and breakfast bar and a ceramic tiled floor which merges with a beautiful wooden floor in the dining/living area which has double patio doors opening onto the garden.

There is also a pantry and a utility room.

A stunning stained glass window is a real wow feature on the landing which has carved wooden balustrades running the full length with wooden floor and a lovely touch is a cast iron traditional style black radiator.

The master bedroom has a luxury hotel feel to it and period features blend with contemporary styling to create a beautiful and unique space. There is decorative cornicing on the ceiling and a period cast iron fireplace.

Double glazed leaded doors open into a spectacular dressing room and en suite shower room.

Solid wood bespoke wardrobes line one wall while a matching long sleek vanity unit in the same wood with large wash hand basin makes a feature on the opposite wall. A large shower cubicle sits neatly in the corner while natural wall and floor tiles add a final luxury touch.

Each of the remaining bedrooms all have the same stylish finish and wood strip flooring with white wooden window shutters. One has its own en suite shower room.

The family bathroom is real designer space with feature patterned wall and floor tiles and part tongue and groove panelled walls. Pride of place is given to a wonderful roll top slipper bath with ball and class feet. There is a shower cubicle, traditional heated towel rail and corniced ceiling.

The gardens have been landscaped both front and back and are in lawns with mature plants and a lovely raised patio area at the back.

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