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For sale | 2 Bed Terrace House |
Offers around £124,950

5 Belfast Road Comber , BT23 5EN

Offers around £124,950

Key Information

Address 5 Belfast Road, Comber
Style Terrace House
Status For sale
Price Offers around £124,950
Bedrooms 2
Receptions 2
Heating Oil
EPC Rating E45/E51

Features

  • Stone Built Townhouse Within Walking Distance of Comber's Amenities
  • Charming Lounge With Exposed Stone Walls and Cast Iron Stove
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Country Style Kitchen Open to Conservatory
  • First Floor Shower Room with Modern White Suite
  • Oil Fired Central Heating and Double Glazed Windows
  • Mature and Compact Rear Garden

Additional Information

The Marquis of Londonderry of Mount Stewart built this house in the mid-1860s as part of his 'Irish Estate' during a time of expansion for the town of Comber, which was becoming increasingly important in terms of the flour and spinning industries. This home shares its "birthday" with other well known local landmarks of the era including the famous Andrews Flax Mill, today a complex of Luxury Apartments.


Steeped in history this stone built property, with its appealing external elevation is an important participant in Comber's rich heritage and boasts a unique character that could not be replicated today. 


The charming interior has, in recent times, been upgraded and extended to offer all the facilities necessary for modern living, yet boasts many appealing features including exposed stones walls, an inglenook fireplace with cast iron stove, country kitchen and delightful conservatory opening into a compact yet interesting rear garden area.

Ground Floor

Composite front door with double glazed fanlight window.
Lounge
3.96m x 3.85m (13' 0" (at widest) x 12' 8")
Stone inglenook style fireplace with brick inset, tiled hearth and cast iron stove. Feature exposed stone walls, beamed ceiling, laminate wood effect strip flooring, archway to...
Kitchen/Dining Area
3.75m x 1.98m (12' 4" x 6' 6")
Country style wood units with display shelving and concealed lighting, inset Belfast sink with mixer taps, solid wood worktops, feature stone tiling, ceramic tiled floor, extractor hood, double radiator, double doors to...
Conservatory
3.84m x 2.31m (12' 7" Average x 7' 7")
Utility cupboard, plumbed for washing machine. French doors to garden.

First Floor

Bedroom 1
3.96m x 2.91m (13' 0" (at widest) x 9' 7")
Laminate wood effect strip flooring.
Bedroom 2
2.33m x 1.98m (7' 8" x 6' 6")
Laminate wood effect strip flooring.
Deluxe Shower Room
White suite comprising vanity unit with mixer taps, low flush WC, large walk in glazed shower cubicle, Mira electric shower unit, ceramic tiled floor.
Hotpress, lagged copper cylinder Willis type immersion heater.

Outside

Compact, well-stocked and mature rear garden with pebbled path. Boilerhouse with oil fired boiler, PVC oil storage tank, outside light, outside water tap.

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