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This stunning and spacious semi-detached family home enjoys a superb location in leafy East Belfast. Stephanie Bell reports...

Located just off Cyprus Avenue in a quiet tree lined cul-de-sac this handsome family home is immaculate inside and out.

The location in leafy East Belfast is close to vibrant Ballyhackamore village and a host of primary and secondary schools.

This proud semi has loads of kerb appeal and enjoys seclusion behind a pristine hedge with a brick driveway, front lawn and mature plants.

Inside is just as beautifully presented with many fine period features complemented by bright, fresh, modern decor.

There are three reception rooms, a striking modern kitchen, four bedrooms, bathroom and downstairs WC.

An entrance porch with black and white tiled floor leads into the hallway where decorative mouldings and cornicing blend with a beautiful polished wooden floor.

There is a cloakroom with WC off the hallway and then you come to an elegant living room which opens into a huge bay and has at its centre a lovely modern white wood surround fireplace.

There is a cosy sitting room with a gorgeous sandstone fireplace and modern vertical radiator. French doors open to a rear patio.

The kitchen is huge and custom built with a large dining area.

The cream units are topped with polished granite work surfaces and there is a four ring ceramic hob, oven and built in microwave oven.

A polished tiled floor is the perfect finishing touch for this bright space and merges with lovely wood strip flooring in the spacious dining area which opens via French doors to the garden.

Upstairs there are stylish bedrooms, the master opens into a huge bay with part modern wooden shutters and has a wood stripped floor.

The family bathroom is tastefully finished with part tiled walls and features a panelled bath and a corner shower cubicle.

The back garden is neat and totally private with a lawn, a paved patio and a timber deck.

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