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Property of the week - 6a Corvally Court, Bangor, Co Down

Published 02/06/2016

The exterior of 6a Corvally Court, Bangor
The exterior of 6a Corvally Court, Bangor
The raised deck area, with wall mounted water feature, is just perfect for entertaining in the summer time
All bathrooms are of a very high standard
Entering the hallway you see the stunning staircase
The sleek and functional designer kitchen is a joy for budding chefs
The living area is an amazing space to relax with family and friends

Exceptional design is the hallmark of this stunning Bangor home.

Throughout are bespoke features which give it a sense of individuality, but the really clever bit is how all of the main rooms have been designed to open to the south facing outdoor rear garden.

There is bright and open living on the ground floor with a lounge, dining room, kitchen/diner and utility room.

You also get a home office, four bedrooms, two with en suite shower rooms and the master with a walk in dressing room, plus a family bathroom.

The house makes an impact as soon as your step inside. A dramatic double height reception hall is finished with a rich polished natural marble floor and oak open stairs with glass balustrade. Steps lead up to the dining room.

Interior glazed doors keep the spaces open and light and there is access from the dining room to both the kitchen and lounge.

The luxurious natural marble floor runs throughout these rooms giving a luxury finish and the lounge is ultra modern with a Barbaras modern glass fronted coal fire set on a raised hearth. Two double glazed powder coated aluminium doors open either side of the fireplace into the garden.

There is also a chic little downstairs toilet with built-in cabinets and shelving and feature tiling.

The bespoke German designer kitchen is sleek and functional with contrasting graphic and white units with Corian work surfaces and splash back.

A full range of appliances include two two-ring hobs, a Wok ring, double oven, dishwasher, fridge and fridge/freezer. Another stylish powder coated aluminium door opens to the back garden.

There is also a well equipped utility room.

The open tread oak staircase leads to a landing lined with a glass balustrade and lit with a large picture window.

All four bedrooms are beautifully styled and the master has a huge picture window and two walk in wardrobes plus a luxurious en suite wet room with floating wash hand basin, glass tiled soak-away floor which is tiled in feature glass.

All of the bedrooms are spacious and one is laid out in a split level style with steps leading to a study/living area. This room also has a lovely feature floor to ceiling glass wall overlooking the reception hall and an angular window with an outlook over the back garden. There is a second en suite in bedroom two with a built in double shower.

The main bathroom is fitted with a contemporary Duravit white suite with a low flush WC, floating wash hand basin and feature slate tiles make a statement in here along the side of the bath and in the large shower cubicle.

Outside there is a garage with a remote controlled door and a workshop with a built in work bench.

A tarmac drive offers plenty of parking and even the private gardens to the rear have had the designer touch.

A stainless steel wall mounted water feature and slate wall make for a lovely feature in a raised deck area from where steps lead down to a paved patio with pergola.

Belfast Telegraph

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