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With large open space, with the opportunity to extend on the property’s grounds, this Lisburn home has scope to accommodate a growing family, writes Gillian Halliday

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The detached Lisburn home is set in mature grounds with three reception rooms

The detached Lisburn home is set in mature grounds with three reception rooms

The detached Lisburn home is set in mature grounds with three reception rooms

The detached Lisburn home is set in mature grounds with three reception rooms

The detached Lisburn home is set in mature grounds with three reception rooms

The detached Lisburn home is set in mature grounds with three reception rooms

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The detached Lisburn home is set in mature grounds with three reception rooms

Named after a beauty spot in the Isle of Man, Creg Malin, 15 Harmony Hill is an outstanding detached property situated in one of the prestigious areas of Lisburn — Harmony Hill.

Set in mature grounds offering privacy, this home has five bedrooms and is ideal for a growing family. It also comes with the benefit of planning permission to build a detached house with separate access in its side garden.

The property, which has three reception rooms, itself oozes character throughout; the entrance opens into a reception hall with part panelled walls and cloakroom — boasting a WC and wash hand basin. The hallway leads to an elegant drawing room with two bay windows and feature marble fireplace, dining room with door to garden, open plan family room with feature brick wall with fireplace, kitchen and rear porch.

Since first built, a substantial rear two-floor extension has been added to the property, which provides a sizeable living space, complete with fireplace. On the first floor, meanwhile, there is a master bedroom equipped with dressing room via an archway, boasting built-in units. The en suite bathroom offers twin pedestal wash hand basin with mirrors. Other features include upright wall chrome towel rail and radiator.

Back on the ground floor, the kitchen is full of rustic charm and can accommodate dining space. There is also a range of high and low level units with pine doors and white worktops. Appliances include an integrated Neff double oven and a hob complete with extractor fan as well as stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Additional storage space can be found in the walk-in larder. The kitchen is also plumbed for dishwasher. Adjacent, is the formal dining room which has features such as cornice ceiling, glazed garden door and twin alcoves.

On the upper floor, the partly panelled walls continue upstairs with a beautiful stained-glass and leaded corner window letting in natural light. The landing opens to four large bedrooms, study and bathroom with separate WC and wash hand basin.

Outside, there is ample outdoor space for a family with children to enjoy, with a patio area for entertaining.

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Perfectly situated to access Lisburn city centre, which is within walking distance as well as Belfast, with railway stations nearby at Hilden and Lambeg as well as a bus service. By car, Belfast is only a 20-minute drive away via the M1.

The property is also close to primary and post-primary schools Friends and Wallace grammar schools.

Sure to attract a significant amount of interest, the property is for sale at offers around £585,000. Contact: Fred Dalzell Estate Agents, Lisburn, 02892 666638


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