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Imagine pulling the blinds and wakening up to these spectacular views. Would you even pull the blinds at all if you had this vista to look out on?!

Perched magnificently on an elevated site number 55A enjoys a prime location overlooking the rooftops of the houses below and most impressively, Belfast Lough and the County Antrim shoreline.

The architects, behind this three-storey contemporary home, have ensured it makes the most of its prime plot with large picture windows in the open plan kitchen/dining/ living area and two bedrooms framing the beautiful views.

As if to demonstrate how high up the detached home is a bird has been captured on camera looking in to the airy open plan living space!

The four bedroom home, laid out over three floors, has something of a tardis-like quality from its well-kept, but unassuming, outside entrance. Inside there is a spacious entrance hall with WC, utility, storage cupboard, study, which could be used as a snug and an impressive open plan kitchen, living and dining space.

On the first floor there are three bedrooms, two of which have superb Lough views through large picture windows and one of which benefits from an en suite shower room. The third bedroom on this floor has built-in sliding wardrobes and is linked to the family bathroom. The lower ground floor offers an abundance of space, with a cinema/ games room, further reception room with double doors out to the garden. The fourth bedroom also benefits from double doors to the garden and in addition there is a shower room, boot room and a large under stairs storage space.

Outside, certainly doesn't disappoint either. There is a sheltered terrace with electric awning that can be enjoyed all year round and is perfect for BBQ's and entertaining. There is a large garden at the back with mature shrub beds, a patio space for enjoying or entertaining. And with the garden facing westerly it benefits from the afternoon and evening sun.

Although, there is a high spec of finish throughout this home it will be its fabulous location that sells it.

As well as being a stone's throw from Bangor's town centre and close to good transport networks, it is the fact that the beach and coastal path is just a minute's walk away that will entice potential buyers to part with their cash.

55A Clifton Road, Ballyholme, Bangor, County Down Asking price PS535,000 with Simon Brien Residential Contact 028 9044 0208

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:May 22, 2019
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