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Property: Dare to dream at Windsor Park

If you’re in the market for a Victorian semi-detached property, then this historical beauty at Windsor Park in south Belfast scores big on numerous levels.

Designed in 1895 by Samuel Stevenson, the semi-detached family home is littered with beautiful period features, offers spacious accommodation over three floors and extends to over 3,600 sq feet - ideal for the growing family.

The accommodation is made up of the ground floor, dining room, lounge, spacious kitchen/open plan to living area, utility and shower room.

There is a combination of solid wood and ceramic tiled flooring, as each room features its very own unique take on classic style with a modern twist.

The lounge boasts an original fireplace with mahogany surround, cornice ceiling and its double doors open gracefully to the kitchen and living area.

A range of low level units, integrated dishwasher, stainless steel extractor fan, velux windows and ceramic tiled floor provides plenty of options in the kitchen.

On the first and second floors, there are six bedrooms and a newly installed bathroom suite. The bathroom impresses thanks to its contemporary white suite comprising low flush W.C, free standing bath, walk in shower, wash hand basin with vanity unit, fully tiled walls and ceramic tiled floor.

Bedrooms have a good mix of original fireplaces, solid wood floors and storage space.

Gas fired central heating and sliding sash windows are in place, while the exterior of the property benefits from a large tarmac driveway providing ample off street parking, private garden to rear with paved patio and a front garden.

Located in one of south Belfast’s most sought after residential addresses, many cultural and social amenities are within walking distance including the Lisburn Road, leading schools, excellent transport networks, Queen’s University and of course Windsor Park stadium.

For a family home that hits the target with its magnificent attention to detail, look no further.

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