8 Victoria Road, Bangor , Down BT20 5EX

Offers around £195,000
Offers around £195,000
Price Offers around £195,000
Rates £1,097.04 pa*
Stamp Duty Calculate Stamp Duty
£0** (Based on being a First Time Buyer) Change
£1,400** (Based on being a Home Mover) Change
£7,250** (Based on being a Buy-To-Let Investor) Change
£7,250** (Based on being a Second Home Buyer) Change
Typical Mortgage
() deposit ( year term)
Style Terrace House
Bedrooms 4
Receptions 2
Heating Gas
EPC Rating D59/D64
Status For sale

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Templeton Robinson (North Down)

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Features

  • Period Terrace Property dating back to 1870's
  • B2 listed
  • Living Room with archway to Kitchen
  • Preparation Kitchen and Utility Area
  • First Floor Lounge with superb views over Marina, Harbour & beyond
  • 4 Bedrooms over First & Second Floor, Master with ensuite shower room
  • Luxury White Bathroom Suite, Separate WC
  • Gas Heating
  • Enclosed Courtyard ideal for Summer BBQ's
  • Superb & Convenient Location

Additional Information

This period terrace property dates back to the the 1870's and was built by the well known coal merchant of the time, Robert Neill. It is a listed building of B2 grade recognising the elegance of its front facade with feature first floor oriel window.
Situated in the heart of the seafront, the property enjoys wonderful views of the marina, harbour and across Belfast Lough with it's ever changing nautical traffic. Bangor's bustling town centre is only a stone's throw away with its array of restaurants, coffee shops etc.
Internally the property offers immense character, charm, high cornice ceilings and superb living and bedroom accommodation over three floors. With so much on offer early viewing is highly recommended so don't delay and book a viewing today.

Ground Floor

Hardwood front door.
ENCLOSED ENTRANCE PORCH:
ENTRANCE HALL:
Ceramic tiled floor.
LIVING ROOM:
4.17m x 3.58m (13' 8" x 11' 9")
Slate fireplace with cast iron and multi fuel burning stove. Display shelving and cupboard above.
Archway to . .
KITCHEN:
3.56m x 3.2m (11' 8" x 10' 6")
Housing for cooker, sleeper mantle feature tiles, stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps, built-in units, display shelving.
PREP KITCHEN:
4.39m x 2.92m (14' 5" x 9' 7")
Stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps, ceramic tiled floor.
UTILITY SPACE:
2.9m x 1.4m (9' 6" x 4' 7")
Plumbed for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, space for fridge/freezer. Door to outside.

First Floor Return

OFFICE AREA:
SEPARATE WC:
Wash hand basin, part tiled walls.
BATHROOM:
White bathroom suite comprising panelled bath with mixer taps, low flush wc, cast iron fireplace, exposed tongue and groove wood flooring, cornice ceiling,

First Floor

BEDROOM (4):
3.71m x 2.9m (12' 2" x 9' 6")
LOUNGE:
5.36m x 5.m (17' 7" x 16' 5")
Cornice ceiling, ceiling rose, wooden fireplace with cast iron wood burning stove, tiled hearth. Excellent views over Belfast Lough and beyond.

Second Floor Return

MASTER BEDROOM:
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM:
Fully tiled shower cubicle with thermostatic shower unit and rain drencher head, wash hand basin, low flush wc, brick tiled walls, wood effect tiled floor.

Second Floor

BEDROOM (2):
4.9m x 4.47m (16' 1" x 14' 8")
Exposed wooden flooring.
BEDROOM (3):
3.78m x 2.9m (12' 5" x 9' 6")
Excellent views over Belfast Lough and beyond.

Outside

Enclosed courtyard, garden stores incorporating gas fired boiler.

Directions

Victoria Road runs between Clifton Road and Bangor seafront at Quay Street.

Schools

Schools near BT20 5EX

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