|Address||1 Ardmillan Road, Lisbane, Comber|
|Price||Offers around £255,000|
This period home has been long admired not only for it’s handsome exterior, but also for it’s award winning garden extending to over half an acre. The garden boasts ponds, terraces, lawns, stone walls, flower and shrub beds. Located on the corner of the Ardmillan Road and Killinchy Road, it is within walking distance of Lisbane village, home of the Poachers Pocket, the Old Post Office Tea Room and a local filling station with convenience store.
As with many country homes the back door is the one more commonly in use and it leads to an inner hall. The downstairs accommodation comprises a well-proportioned drawing room with period fire place, sitting room, kitchen, shower room, separate WC and cloakroom. The traditional wooden conservatory overlooks the gardens. Upstairs there are four bedrooms.
There are original shutters on many of the windows, cornicing, low level cottage style windows in the bedrooms with deep reveals, some original wooden ceilings and a feature wooden staircase with balustrade and gallery landing.
With the generous size of the site, the property would be suitable for extension or, if on a more modest budget, a fine family home could be created within the current footprint of just over 2000 square feet.
From Lisbane, Belfast city centre can be reached within half an hour and it is just over a mile to the shores of Strangford Lough and three miles to the well regarded Killinchy Primary School.
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