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Property: Malone Avenue paves the way for a better lifestyle

A faster pace of life for many of us - and it seems to be getting faster all the time - means homes that grant solitude, convenience for work and a gateway for leisure are at a premium.

This beautiful, spacious and adaptable semi-detached property, located off the bustling Lisburn Road, goes some way to providing the perfect balance.

It’s the type of home that will become increasingly sought after as its ideal for accessing Belfast city centre, a wide range of amenities and a road network leading to the blissful serenity of the Mournes and its coastline.

Bursting with character, it has been sympathetically refurbished throughout by the current owners, yet still boasts many original features.

The property comprises of two reception rooms and a bright kitchen area with casual dining space on the ground floor, while on the first floor there are four good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom with three piece suite.

Outside there is an idyllic rear patio area, ideal for entertaining and front garden in lawn.

A high quality family home, 113 Malone Avenue excels with stylish design, layers of comfort and a bold mix of old and new.

The lounge boasts a feature bay window, wood burning stove with carved solid wood surround, cast iron and brick inset with granite hearth, cornicing and solid oak parquet flooring.

An inspired design in the kitchen, which benefits from a range of high and low level units, dual drainer stainless steel sink unit, granite effect work surfaces, a ceramic tiled floor and more, is enhanced by French doors to the delightful rear patio area.

Quality touches are laced throughout the formal dining room.

It has a feature bay window, open fire with antique reclaimed mahogany surround, cast iron and limestone inset with limestone hearth, cornicing and solid oak parquet flooring.

Four spacious bedrooms and a luxurious bathroom are perfect for the growing family. Window architraves, picture rails and a feature bay window add character to the bedrooms, while the bathroom’s white suite comprises of a pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC, wood panelled bath with mixer taps, overhead electric shower unit with screen, recessed spotlighting and hot press.

Externally, a bespoke wrought iron gate opens to the front garden, bordered by mature hedgerow and paved pathway with Victorian rope edging.

The idyllic rear patio area is an utter gem, providing the seclusion you wouldn’t normally expect.

It’s a delightful place to unwind, and its walled border makes it ideal for barbecues, entertaining or just relaxing on your own.

Located near the Ulster Museum, Botanic Gardens and countless other cultural gems, a short drive will take you away from south Belfast and on a course for the majestic Mourne region.

In less than an hour you can be in Newcastle or Ardglass, basking in glorious ocean views, before retreating to your Malone Avenue sanctuary.

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