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Property: Tap into the potential of this truly charming family home

If you were asked to consider a property with “gold coloured taps” as a place to set up home, the more modest amongst us might scoff, “that’s a little too Trump Tower for my tastes”.

After all, not everyone looks to the current President of the United States for style inspiration.

But Trump Tower - a jungle of gold, marble, brass and general bling - famously works on New York’s Fifth Avenue and here at 17 Innisfayle, a little dash of the stuff is actually very charming in this timeless family home. 

The shower room ensuite to the master bedroom is contemporary, clean and glamorous, but the brass taps on the “his and her” sinks add the perfect finishing touch of luxurious warmth that elevates it another level.

However, a house is much more than just a bathroom and this four bedroom detached period home, located just off the Antrim Road, has in fact a wealth of surprises in store to spark the imagination. 

Light floods into the wide entrance hall from several directions - including from a stained glass seascape window - across herringbone flooring that flows on through to the floodlit living/dining/kitchen area and into the adjoining sunroom. 

This herringbone solid wood flooring meanwhile provides a warm foil to the newly installed “supermatt white” kitchen and island unit with white corrian worktops which overlooks the garden. Here practicality is combined with superb modern design.

Downstairs enjoys an additional utility room with vintage “English Rose” kitchen units, and a separate scullery, pantry and downstairs WC. 

If for some reason you wanted to retreat from the bright sunshine provided by mother nature in the living/dining/kitchen area, there is a second lounge in which to relax. Your options really are endless.

There are four double bedrooms and outside, in the extensive grounds, take advantage of a triple garage. Truly a rare find in the city suburbs. What’s more Cavehill Country Park, the Abbey Centre and the wealth of spoils in the Antrim Road area are within touching distance.

Houses leave an impression on you, even the ones you visit for a fleeting viewing. That will undoubtedly be the case at 17 Innisfayle Road. 

Make an appointment with Pinpoint on 028 9068 2777 today. 

Offers Around £399,950

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