A recent renovation has transformed this quaint home into an ultra-modern property nestled in the heart of Strangford village.
Strangford recently appeared in the Sunday Times list as one of the top five places to live in Northern Ireland and it is not hard to see why.
The beautiful and historic village is centred on a green which leads down to the harbour and the quay. It is a living village with a real sense of community.
Located in a quiet part of the village close to Strangord Castle this quaint property has been extensively renovated to an exceptionally high standard.
A white washed mid terrace, the interior will wow you with its bright open spaces and high quality finishes throughout.
The house may date back to the 1800s, but inside is stylish and contemporary with an emphasis during the renovation being placed on insulation and energy performance.
New plumbing and heating systems have been installed including a high-performance Grant boiler, a high efficiency pressurised water cylinder, feature column radiators and a Nest smart learning thermostat.
It has also been fully rewired to the latest industry standards including surge protection with complete lighting installation in LED and USB charging sockets in each room.
A painted wooden stable entrance door is a lovely touch and as you step inside, pretty feature floor tiles and a contemporary radiator make you linger in the hallway to admire the detail.
Every space has been cleverly utilised with the under stair area now a handy storage cupboard and a place to hide the washing machine.
The ground floor has been opened up with a large living room with Heta wood burning stove, an engineered oak floor and bi-fold double glazed doors opening out to a back courtyard.
The lounge runs into a really striking kitchen painted in bright blue in keeping with the coastal setting.
The worktops are Mistral Karonia composite and there is a Neff integrated ceramic hob, under oven, a Normende integrated slim line dishwasher and integrated fridge/ freezer.
Upstairs there are two good sized bedrooms and a beautifully styled shower room with modern feature floor tiles and a large tiled shower enclosure with glass screen.
A modern vanity unit is finished with a composite surface and counter top basin with wall mounted mixer tap. There is also a backlit wall mirror and matt black graphite heated towel rail.
On the second floor in the eaves is another large bedroom with double glazed conservation roof lights from which you have panoramic views of Strangford Lough. There is also a large walk in storage room on this floor.
The outside has been just as beautifully finished with a paved courtyard surrounded by painted wooden panelling with feature industrial wall lights.
Within easy walking distance of restaurants and bars, shops, bus stop, primary school, ferry terminal and close to coastal walks, Castle Ward (National Trust), sandy beaches, sailing and golf clubs – this unique home is sure to attract a lot of interest!
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