Move in

A rare gem in beautiful Cultra

Beulah-Anne Sinton
29 June, 2017 01:00

Uncompromising in both its looks and location, this beautiful bungalow in Cultra is a rare gem on today’s local property market.

This four bedroom detached property at 22a Ailsa Road enjoys lough views and a prominent position along Cultra’s finest tree lined avenue. And here on the outskirts of Holywood, and in much sought-after north Down, is a property sure to stand the test of time as property trends come and go. 

Beautifully appointed and boasting a timeless red brick exterior, this refurbished and remodelled bungalow enjoys an abundance of space and light sure to easily satisfy fans of good design. The lounge offers a certain timeless elegance with a beautiful bay window providing the perfect spot from which to soak up the sunlight with your morning coffee. French doors meanwhile open through to the country style kitchen which offers both busy and novice cooks a space sure to cater to their every need. From here, French doors open out onto a raised patio in your private south facing garden - the perfect location from which to host a barbecue for you new neighbours. 

The kitchen comes with its own dining area but for special occasions and family get-togethers, if the weather is not kind enough for al fresco dining, come back inside and enjoy hosting from a truly splendid dining room.

There is meanwhile a separate utility room that might help make everyday chores a pleasure with its recessed spotlights, Belfast sink and oak style flooring.

Each bedroom is spacious with corniced ceilings providing an additional dash of luxury while the newly fitted luxury family bathroom offers a freestanding bath in which to luxuriate, or a rainforest style shower if time is of the essence. The part wood panelled walls meanwhile add a wonderful heritage feel to this otherwise contemporary bathroom. 

Outside is equally practical and in keeping with the essence of this property. There’s a double garage, an ample driveway for parking and front and side gardens offering privacy combined with the beautiful views properties in this area ought to demand.

Early viewing is recommended as this is a rare opportunity to acquire such a functional and easy-keep property in the greater Belfast area and on the doorstep of county Down and her beautiful coastlines.           

It is meanwhile just a short stroll to the coastal path, Royal Belfast Golf Club and Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club. Crawfordsburn Country Park is perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon stroll, while dining options are abundant with the luxurious Culloden Hotel and Spa and bustling Holywood main street nearby.

Belfast city centre is of course just a short train journey away from the nearby rail halt. 

A world of amenities, both leisurely and more practical, await you in Cultra making 22a Ailsa Road perfect for anyone who wishes to downside but not compromise on location. With recently installed gas heating, double glazing and an alarm system, there’s nothing to do in terms of renovations and as it is a bungalow, this property offers flexible and adaptable accommodation. 

Given its uniqueness, early viewing of this property is recommended. For more information, contact Pinpoint Property on 028 9068 2777.

29 June, 2017 01:00 Move in

Today's horoscope

Horoscope


See a different horoscope: