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Watch: Tour of deceptively spacious and super stylish Belfast family home

This architecturally beautiful family home surprises with its deceptively spacious and super stylish four storey interior. Stephanie Bell reports...

Expect the unexpected when you step through the front door of this fantastic Belfast home where you will discover many hidden depths.

From the front it looks like a modest chalet style bungalow but the beauty of the design cleverly masks a substantial home that is laid out over four floors.

Bright and contemporary, a plethora of bespoke architectural features elevate the interior in terms of character and style.

There is space galore too with six bedrooms, three reception rooms, an open plan kitchen/dining area, a utility room, study, contemporary bathroom, en suite, two cloakrooms, a play room and garden room all adding to a very roomy 4,000 square foot.

A modern entrance hall with feature glass brick wall sets the tone for the contemporary style of this beautiful home.

This trendy look continues into the kitchen where there is a curved feature wall with glazed bricks and a wall of windows and glazed roof lights overlooking a casual seating and dining area.

The units are contemporary in white with granite worktops and there is a large island with breakfast bar.

Steps lead up to a bright living room with a large picture window and trendy hole in the wall fireplace.

A spiral staircase is another modern touch and this leads upstairs to the first floor where there is a modern shower room, a large bedroom and a study.

There is a "mid floor" with a family bathroom, four further bedrooms, including the master with large walk in dressing room and en suite.

A garden level offers a superb glazed garden room, a play room, utility and store room.

The play room opens via French doors to the garden and the garden room is a modern addition with fully glazed walls and wood strip flooring.

The utility is well equipped with a range of units and an additional oven and hob for easy summer entertaining.

Outside there is plenty of space too with a garage and a driveway and a fully enclosed back patio garden.

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