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With Room to Grow

Published 26/11/2015

The house sits on a generous corner site, surrounded by attractive, landscaped gardens and with plenty of parking space
The house sits on a generous corner site, surrounded by attractive, landscaped gardens and with plenty of parking space
Traditional charm: French double doors lead from the living room into the dining area
The kitchen is fitted with smart oak units offering plenty of storage
The comfortable living room is a bright space to relax in and features an Adams-style fireplace with marble inset
The secluded south-facing rear garden has steps made of Mourne granite which lead up to a raised lawn area
Mature hedges provide a sense of privacy

Designed for family living, this modern home offers generous space which can easily be adapted to suit your needs.

It sits on a generous corner site in the popular Royal Lodge Avenue development, surrounded by attractive landscaped gardens.

Inside are four bedrooms, master with dressing room, an entrance hall, study, living room, dining area, kitchen with casual dining area, utility room, bathroom and shower room.

The interior, with its traditional styling, features lots of lovely high-end finishes, starting in the hallway with its solid oak floor.

The living room is a bright space to relax in and features an Adams-style fireplace with marble inset, while French double doors open into the property's dining area.

The dining room - another good-sized space - in turn opens to the kitchen.

Smartly fitted oak units offer great storage and there is a four ring ceramic hob, eye level oven and microwave, plus a recess for a fridge.

Just off the kitchen is a utility room which is plumbed for a washing machine, and a shower room with WC.

The bedrooms are all beautifully styled and the master has a great dressing room and a wood laminate floor.

The family bathroom is fitted with a white suite and, as well as a panelled bath, there is a fully tiled shower cubicle, pedestal washhand basin and low flush WC.

Outside is the most beautiful, maturely planted and secluded south-facing rear garden where Mourne granite steps lead up to a raised lawn area.

There is more Mourne Granite used as a feature in the front garden which is also laid in lawn and planted with mature silver birch.

Find out more about this property at propertynews.com

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