Property: Panoramic views and never-ending luxury


There are many grand properties that command views of some of the most impressive landscapes that Northern Ireland has to offer. 

But few take in so many famous landmarks quite like 36 Lurganville Road in Moira. 

This remarkable detached home sits on an elevated site and can absorb stunning panoramic views of the Lagan Valley - spanning from Belfast to Lough Neagh - while the Sperrin Mountains are also on display. 

This magnificent four-bedroom home takes full advantage of its location. 

Situated within a one acre site, it’s surrounded by landscaped lawns, mature trees and features impressive entrance pillars and electric gates. 

The property was designed with family life as the central focus, creating a diverse, spacious and flexible living accommodation with carefully thought out layout and finish. 

The high quality of this vision is evident in its architectural detailing, with stone details accenting the traditional rural rough cast render finish. 

Sweeping views give way to exhilarating luxury as soon as you enter the home. 

A hardwood front door with glazed side panels and velux windows gives just a taste of what lies ahead - but the first of many awes will be made the moment you set foot in the property. 

A blend of craft and unlimited luxury, the home excels with four bedrooms, three reception rooms, and a wonderful kitchen and dining area. 

But this is just the start, with a games room and hot tub also up its sleeve. 

Boasting a range of hand painted solid wood high and low level units, the kitchen benefits from a centre island, marble worktops, part tiled walls, ceramic tiled flooring, multi-fuel stove, and double doors to a balcony. 

The sun room is a joy to behold, and shines further with its ceramic tiled floor, while the lounge is as equally relaxing thanks to its feature fireplace, parquet flooring and cornicing. 

Solid wood flooring and double doors to the balcony enhance what is an outstanding master bedroom, which also features ensuite shower room. 

The other three bedrooms have plenty of space and built-in wardrobes, with a Jack and Jill ensuite too. 

A gym and games room bring the home onto a new level. A place to work, rest and play, 36 Lurganville Road has all bases covered in the most luxurious way. 

Externally, rear gardens feature a granite stone patio, a hot tub and bar with views that reach as far as Stormont. 

A marvellous home that sits in rural scenery yet convenient for the quaint village of Hillsborough, the property is also close to a strong roads network, including the M1. 

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