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Simple but chic: 27 Coleraine Road is tastefully decorated throughout

Simple but chic: 27 Coleraine Road is tastefully decorated throughout

The home has been renovated to include modern plumbing and rewiring and even has a sauna

The home has been renovated to include modern plumbing and rewiring and even has a sauna

The home has been renovated to include modern plumbing and rewiring and even has a sauna

The home has been renovated to include modern plumbing and rewiring and even has a sauna

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Simple but chic: 27 Coleraine Road is tastefully decorated throughout

Creating a family home that is sympathetic to a building’s history but offers all that we need for successful modern living can be a tall order, so when a property such as 27 Coleraine Road lands on the market, homeowners sit up and take notice.

The detached three-storey home in Ballymoney is on the market for offers around £335,000 and will surely surpass buyers’ expectations.

It’s easy to see why this is one of the most prestigious properties in the Causeway coast area.

Built during the early 1930s for Justice of the Peace Sir Arthur Algeo, the property retains most of its original character, including oak flooring, panelled walls, pelmets, architraves and skirting. We have to also mention the walnut bedroom furniture, antique wall lamps, exposed timber beams and corniced ceilings and coving.

The period features give it a sense of lavishness and luxury; this is a house with character.

The property has been restored and renovated to include plumbing and rewiring of the highest standard, meaning it’s easy to move in and make it a home immediately.

Frankly, there’s a lot on offer for the price. With a sun terrace, sauna and spa room, gym and snooker room, this is the perfect location for someone who both works and plays hard.

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It’s not every home that has a spa area — and this one has pine seating areas, massage jets, lights and temperature control. Who needs to book a spa day when you can luxuriate in your own home?

Unassuming from outside, the Coleraine Road property has six bedrooms — the master has an en suite — four receptions and two main bathrooms.

The kitchen comes with a range of high and low-level units with granite worktops and a half-ceramic sink with a mixer tap. Interior lovers and home cooks will appreciate the Britannia gas hob and double electric oven, plate and wine racks and glass display units.

The family room is one of our favourites, with a red-brick fireplace and built-in seating area with storage underneath. It’s perfect for relaxing with your nearest and dearest (after a spa day at home).

Looking for more space? You’ve got it. The basement level has approximately 1,700 sq ft of additional storage rooms.

While the view inside is pretty spectacular, outside has many benefits too. Offering excellent views across the Megaw Park, the property is within walking distance of the town centre. Plus, you’re only a few minutes’ drive from Portrush, Portstewart, Bushmills and Coleraine and their host of restaurants and leisure facilities.

The low-maintenance grounds offer a Tarmac drive and professionally landscaped mature shrubs and hedges, perfect if you want to get moved and settled ASAP.

- For more information contact Philip Tweedie on 028 7083 5444


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