A majestic period property has come on the housing market that will allow the buyer the opportunity to personalise every room before they move in.
Hampton House is a two storey former gentleman's residence located in the townland of Ballymaghan, Belfast. It was constructed in 1862 and designed by the most prolific architect of the time, Thomas Jackson.
The detached four bay, two storey neo-classical home occupies a fabulous position in the heart of Belmont, is convenient to many schools, Parliament Buildings at Stormont and 10 minutes from the City Airport.
The property, which has been vacant for quite some time, is a blank canvas where the buyer will have full control of the finished product for the asking price of £1.5m.
Estate Agents Templeton Robinson and Simon Brien Residential are joint agents on the property.
Michael Young, partner in selling agent Templeton Robinson's North Down office, said: "The template for Hampton House really allows the buyer to decide on the number of bedrooms, bathrooms and reception rooms but there are potentially five bedrooms and three reception rooms.
"Farran's Construction, which is selling the house, is offering a choice of kitchen, bathrooms and finishes to the house included in the selling price along with a garage.
"The buyer has the opportunity to decide which kitchen, bathroom etc they want and it will be fitted but the seller will also be able to upgrade the kitchen or bathroom if they want and pay the additional costs."
Included in the price is a choice of tiled flooring to hall, kitchen, utility, toilets, bathroom and ensuites and choice of carpets to lounge, dining, study, family room, bedrooms, stairs and landing.
Hampton House has an internal floor space of almost 5,000 sq ft and sits on extensive grounds that include planning permission for more properties.
"There is additional planning for another two houses in the front garden if someone wanted to add value to the property," Mr Young said. "There is also permission to refurbish an old coach house at the rear of the property so in real terms there is potential to build three more properties if that is what the buyer wanted."
For further information, contact the site manager, Donald Doyle on 07799 533875 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Simon Brien Residential East Belfast Office can also be contacted on 02890595555.