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Last word in space

by Stephanie Bell

This new designer home has high-end styling… Stephanie Bell reports

The high end stylish design is uncompromised throughout from the statement fireplace in the living room to the exquisite bathrooms and the well-thought-out layout of the high tech kitchen.

The house offers a generous 3,750 sq ft of accommodation over three floors and one of its most striking aspects of this property is the sheer scale of the rooms - all are of such huge proportions that the feeling of space is a feature in itself.

It's naturally light and airy and even the bathrooms are well above average in size adding to an overall sense of splendour.

On the ground floor there is a WC, study, living room, kitchen/dining room, sunroom and utility.

The first floor features a wonderful master bedroom with walk-in dressing room and en suite shower room, plus two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. There are three double bedrooms on the second floor, one with a shower room.

Outside the property is approached by an electric gate to the side leading to ample parking and a front turning space, plus detached double garage.

There are gardens to the side and extensive patios to the rear leaving a low maintenance attractive space for entertaining and for kids to play.

The house is well positioned just a couple of minutes walk from the shores and beaches of North Down, and the shops and train station at the square.

A solid wood door with corbelled sides and antique style fan light opens onto a long hallway finished with stone flooring.

A lovely study which could also easily serve as a family room is finished with a Khars beech style semi wooden floor and double windows overlooking the front. The same flooring runs through the massive living room which in turn is open to the kitchen/dining room.

A beautiful stone fireplace with a gas fire and granite hearth is the focal point of this great space.

The kitchen is the last word in luxury and taste. This large space also has an island unit and room for at least an eight seater dining table which would be perfectly at home in front of French doors.

A door from the kitchen opens onto a spectacular sunroom. Glass floor to ceiling windows and a rich stone flagged floor make this the perfect bright space to sit and enjoy the lovely landscaped gardens.

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