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This charming and very striking period home enjoys a superb setting right on the coast in Bangor. Stephanie Bell reports...

This striking detached period home with commanding views of the sea offers a dream lifestyle on the coast in Bangor.

Wake up with a coffee and enjoy the morning sun rising in the back garden and after a day at work, relax with a glass of wine and the setting sun from your very own elevated sun terrace.

Inside there are sea views from every room and as well as the natural beauty, the area offers endless facilities on your doorstep from great coastal paths, local yacht clubs, restaurants and local parks with playgrounds for the kids.

The location is not the only thing that will endear you to this property as the house itself is quite distinctive with its attractive period features and luxury modern touches.

It is a spacious home with six bedrooms and three reception rooms.

A porch leads into a welcoming hallway, off which there is a cloakroom with WC.

The lounge encapsulates the fine period style of this property with ornate cornicing, a huge bay window with original working shutter and a magnificent marble fireplace.

Stepping into the dining room you are immediately struck by the grandeur in this space with its rich wood panelled walls and bespoke fitted units.

There is another huge bay as well as French Doors opening onto a cast iron balcony looking out over the sea.

There is a study with cast iron fireplace and window shutters which could easily serve as a bedroom.

The family room is a modern addition, carefully designed to take full advantage of the stunning location with fully glazed walls which open to the large sun terrace. This stunning room also has a hole in the wall fireplace and also a spiral staircase.

The kitchen has personality and style stamped all over it and features a range of bespoke Cherrywood units with granite work surfaces.

A bay window frames the sea views and there are also French doors in the dining area opening onto the garden.

There is another ground floor bedroom or office and another WC, plus a utility room and a wine cellar.

A second "garden kitchen" with Belfast sink and food preparation space opens directly onto the back garden to cater for easy summer entertaining.

The bedrooms all feel fresh and modern and the master is luxurious as you would expect.

It has a large bay window overlooking Ballyholme and a huge walk in wardrobe plus an en suite with glazed shower kit, wash hand basin, WC and bath.

Another of the six bedrooms also comes with an en suite shower room and there is a lovely family bathroom with a panelled bath.

A lot of work has gone into the landscaping to offer plenty of lovely spaces from which to sit and enjoy the views.

A large raised secluded deck with built in bench seating is the perfect entertaining space and there is a brick patio bordered by plants also looking out over the sea.

The front garden is in lawn with mature shrubs and hedges and there is a tarmac driveway and garage, plus another decked area.

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