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Home steeped in history

The property was built circa 1849

The property was built circa 1849

Tudor House is an instantly recognisable and prominent feature in the picturesque entrance to Holywood from the North East.

Steeped in history this grand semi-detached B1 listed home was built c.1849 and designed in a Gothic Tudor style by John Millar.

The house is located on an elevated site with some magnificent views across Belfast Lough and the Co Antrim hills and has been designed with a neo-Elizabethan style of architecture, with the roofline with its chimneys and gables peering out from the attractive tree line.

Recently there has been a complete renovation and overhaul project that has brought the very impressive exterior and interior up to an exceptional specification.

The accommodation consists of double entrance doors leading to a grand entrance hall, with herringbone style solid wooden floor, detailed cornice ceiling and incredible staircase leading to the first floor.

There is a very appealing drawing room with marble fireplace, detailed corniced ceiling and centre rose, panelled windows and furniture recess.

The ground floors boasts an impressive bespoke kitchen/living/dining room and a family room.

This space features beautiful natural stone flooring and ornate panelled windows with working shutters. There is also a stunning ornamental fireplace.

A hand crafted solid wooden kitchen has been designed with a full range of built in cupboards, drawers, shelves and units with panelled background and a range of built in appliances such as Rangemaster stainless steel cooker and range unit, concealed extractor fan, Samsung fridge freezer with water and ice provision, island unit with double Belfast sink with solid marble tops.

In addition there is an integrated dishwasher, deep fill drawers, bay window with views over Belfast Lough and the Co Antrim hills, built in window seating with radiator and storage underneath.

This property’s ‘wow’ factor continues with a wine cellar, boot room, cloakroom, large utility room and a rear entrance hall.

Upstairs light floods the home with a beautiful ornate style stained and leaded glass window.

On the first floor return there is a shower room, with solid wooden floor, ornamental fireplace and open fire, and a large bedroom.

Off the first floor landing there is a master bedroom with full dressing room and bathroom, with deep fill antique style bath. There’s beautiful marble fireplace and two panelled windows with shutters, one to the front and one to the side, both with panoramic views over the gardens and Holywood towards Belfast Lough and the Co Antrim hills.

There is another large bedroom on this level.

On the second floor there are two more large double bedrooms and a family bathroom with a study/bedroom six on the return.

The detailed cornice ceilings, ornate stairwell, stained glass windows, panelled walls and window shutters have all been preserved and enhanced to retain the integrity of the property, but with an obvious contemporary twist.

The property is accessed via double entrance gates which lead to a loose chip pebbled parking and turning area in front of the garage.

There are a range of pathways, outside lighting, and a courtyard style patio that wraps round the house leading to side and front lawns, all with stunning panoramic Belfast Lough Views.

Located a few minutes walk from Belfast Lough and Holywood town centre, this property is sure to have wide appeal.

Address: Tudor House, 6 Tudor Park, Holywood, BT18 0NX

Price: £795,000

Agent: Simon Brien Residential, tel: 028 9042 8989

 

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