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Video: Peek inside stunning property in Belfast's Malone Park Gardens

HomeFinder Property of the Week

By Stephanie Bell

In what was one of the first new developments to be built in Belfast's affluent BT9 area for many years, Malone Park Gardens had a sensational launch in 2014 with all 16 houses sold immediately upon release.

Now two period properties at the front of the site just overlooking Balmoral Avenue have just been radically transformed by the developer, offering another chance to get in on this exclusive development.

Sitting in the Malone conservation area on the site of the former Belfast Public Records Office, the location along with the exceptional standard of design and build very quickly marked this development out as a winner from the start.

The builder has spent the past nine months transforming the two original properties on the site into modern luxury homes.

Dating from 1891, these charming pair of late Victorian red brick homes blend beautifully with the 16 new builds on the site and inside offer all the same top notch finishes.

Extending to around 1,700 sq ft over two floors, there are four bedrooms, including a master with an en suite, a main lounge which stretches to an impressive 24ft, and a fabulous kitchen/dining/living space with double height ceiling.

Outside brick paving and box hedge planting create a sense of the smart living on offer in the area.

The finish throughout the interiors is quite stunning. Stepping into the hallway a beautiful bespoke cast iron staircase and period Victorian style floor tiles create a stylish welcome.

The large living rooms are painted a lovely pale grey with period style fireplace with multi-fuel stoves and dual aspect Victorian style windows.

The magnificent open plan living/kitchen/dining room is very 21st century with sleek modern units by Johanna Montgomery Design in two contrasting colours and a full range of integrated appliances.

Floors are finished with a wood effect ceramic tiles.

The interiors are painted in popular Farrow and Ball colours and carpets run from the lounge up the stairs and into the bedrooms.

Outside there are private parking facilities and those neatly-styled front gardens as well as modern enclosed walled rear gardens with large patios.

There will be a chance to see the quality for yourself at an open viewing tonight from 6.30pm-7.30pm and on Sunday from 2pm-4pm.

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