Robinsview is undoubtedly one of Northern Ireland’s most magnificent contemporary residences.
It was constructed in 2009 and scooped the 2011 BBC Northern Ireland House of the Year competition. It also won the Bog Oak Trophy in 2011 for best landscaped gardens.
Of contemporary design, incorporating a Dutch barn style roof, considerable thought has been given to the internal layout and specification to ensure that this is a house to enjoy living in, with a practical layout and an exceptionally high specification.
Occupying a private, beautifully landscaped site of approximately circa two acres, the property enjoys complete privacy, and breathtaking views from every room over the rolling Co Down countryside.
The property offers a well planned internal layout over three floors, with the accommodation adaptable to differing family requirements. The main entrance is at the central level with an elevator and feature stairway servicing all floors. On the central floor there is an impressive reception hall with feature stairway rising through the house, cloakroom, a magnificent drawing room with feature wood burning stove, leading through to the dining room and spacious contemporary kitchen with casual dining area and Aga, and adjoining utility room.
On the lower ground floor, there are three bedrooms, (one with walk-in dressing room, and ensuite shower room), plus a main family bathroom which serves the other two bedrooms. All bedrooms on the lower ground floor have direct access to the gardens. There is also a second utility room/plant room on this floor.
On the upper floor, there is a spacious landing area with direct access to a garden terrace with pergola which leads onto the main garden area. On this level there is a small galley kitchen and cloakroom which is very convenient for outside entertaining. The master bedroom suite is also on this level with a spacious bedroom commanding magnificent views, a dressing area, walk-in dressing room, and a superbly appointed ensuite bathroom.