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Watch: Video tour of charming former Coach House in Holywood, Co Down

This charming former Coach House offers high end living in a private and convenient location. Stephanie Bell reports...

This 19th century former Coach House offers stylish living in the heart of Holywood.

Situated just a short and pleasant stroll from Holywood's vibrant town centre it enjoys a quiet spot, tucked away at the end of a highly regarded cul-de-sac.

The house has complete privacy and is accessed via double electric gates which lead to a sunny walled courtyard.

The internal layout has been cleverly designed to create a comfortable, contemporary home that blends perfectly with the period exterior.

Every inch of this home has been finished to the highest standard and there is an elegant air about it as you tour its many beautiful rooms.

The house wows with a stunning designer kitchen/living/dining space which opens onto a magnificent living area with two full walls of glass and a glass ceiling overlooking the walled courtyard garden.

A spacious entrance hall is attractively finished with Portland stone flooring and there is a wooden staircase leading to the first floor.

The drawing room has a refined period feel and features a beautiful fireplace with cast iron inset and carved surround. There are bespoke painted bookcases which make a lovely feature and a bow window looking into the courtyard.

A rear hallway leads to the fantastic living/kitchen/dining room.

The grey painted shaker style units are topped with polished granite and the kitchen features a stainless steel Rangemaster cooker with induction hob, a Bosch stainless steel steam oven and a microwave.

There is a polished granite breakfast bar with inset sink unit and dishwasher.

The breakfast bar overlooks a dining area which leads into the beautiful living area where large folding doors along two walls create a light filled space and bring the outdoors in.

This space is perfect for summer entertaining and for colder winter nights, there is a wood burning stove to keep it snug.

The large glazed skylight and wall to wall windows ensure it is filled with natural light all year long.

There is also a cosy family room with a natural oak timber floor and bow window which could easily serve as a formal dining room.

Also downstairs is a utility with a double Belfast sink unit and a cloakroom.

Upstairs a feature beamed ceiling landing leads to four spacious bedrooms, the master with attractive built in robes and a walk in wardrobe plus an en suite shower room.

The large family bathroom is a luxurious haven with a freestanding roll top bath taking pride of place and an oversized walk in shower with slate effect easy clean panels.

The house comes with a detached garage and there is parking for several cars. The private gardens feature an Astroturf lawn and attractive planting in the courtyard.

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