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23 Main Street, Killinchy BT23 6PN

Offers around £235,000

Key Information

Address 23 Main Street, Killinchy
Price Offers around £235,000
Style Terrace house
Bedrooms 4
Receptions 2
Bathrooms 2
Heating Oil
EPC Rating E42/D61 (co2: F36/E52)
Status For sale

Additional Information



This unique terrace family home with its distinctive front elevation has undergone some remedial and updating works whilst still retaining much of the original character and charm of this Period home.


Dating back to circa 1880, this deceptively spacious property boasts bright, superbly proportioned accommodation over two floors comprising of generous entrance hall, large drawing room with feature fireplace and French door to south facing rear garden, family room with original box bay window and Victorian fireplace, generous kitchen and dining area with refurbished kitchen units and distinctive red, 4- door, oil-fired Aga, a rear hall leading to a utility and wc. A wide original staircase leads up to large landing with feature alcove, 4 double bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes including Master with ensuite bathroom and a principal bathroom complete with panelled bath and separate shower.


The fully enclosed south facing rear garden offers a mature and private space, laid in lawn and well planted with evergreen and flowering shrubs, apple trees and feature palm tree; ideal for family entertaining, a haven for children to play or just to potter in on a warm summer's day.


Located at the top end of Killinchy's main street, the property is just a short stroll around the corner to Killinchy Primary school. Its location also offers ease of access to the shores of Strangford Lough at Whiterock; renowned as an area of outstanding natural beauty, where one can enjoy a range of different watersports, a pleasant walk along the shore or even pop into the popular Daft Eddie's restaurant.


Balloo Village nearby provides a range of day-to-day local amenites and the award-winning restaurant of Balloo House. Commuter routes from Balloo offer good accessibility to the surrounding villages plus buses servicing renowned schools in Downpatrick and Belfast.


This is a property that must be viewed to be fully appreciated, so don’t miss out, arrange your viewing now.



Some of the other features included are:

  • Period terrace extending to 2500 sq ft approx
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Intruder alarm
  • Original pine internal doors
  • Recently installed Oak strip wood laminate flooring to most of the ground floor
  • Partly double glazed
  • New LED lighting in entrance hall and family room
  • Attractive fireplaces in the two reception rooms
  • Popular residential location


ACCOMMODATION (All measurements are approximate)


Painted hardwood front door, glazed side panels with window light above.


ENTRANCE PORCH:  5’7” x 3’1”.  Oak strip wood laminate floor, glazed pine inner door with painted glazed surround and stained glass insets.


ENTRANCE HALL:  23’9” x 8’9” (Max including staircase).  Under stairs store cupboard, Oak strip wood laminate floor, partly cladded staircase with pine spindles and handrail, dado rail, telephone point, recessed LED spotlights and intruder alarm.


DRAWING ROOM:  23’8” x 14’8”.  Victorian-style cast iron fire, painted hardwood surround with tiled inset and slate hearth.  Deep recessed single glazed sash window, recessed spotlights, cornice, wired for picture lights, Oak strip wood laminate floor, TV aerial point, intruder alarm, single glazed french doors to south-facing rear garden.


FAMILY ROOM:  21’2” x 15’5” (Max into bay).  Original Victorian cast iron fireplace with decorative pine surround and slate hearth. Oak strip wood laminate floor, recessed LED spotlights, TV aerial point and electricity fuse box.





DINING AREA:  9’8” x 7’9”.  White PVC double glazed windows, painted tongue and groove ceiling, deep bench seating around edge, Oak strip wood laminate floor, pleasant outlook to rear garden.


KITCHEN:  21’3” x 11’7”.  Attractive range of high and low level reconditioned painted units, tall larder cupboard, glass fronted display cupboard, Oak strip effect laminate worktops, inset 1 ½ tub stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap, red 4-door, oil-fired Aga range with 2 hobs and a hotplate, recess for fridge, plumbed for dishwasher, recess for under counter freezer, inset 4 ring gas hob, Neff electric oven, cooker hood with extractor fan and light, Oak strip wood laminate flooring, recessed spotlights, painted tongue and groove ceiling.


FROM THE HALLWAY:  Part glazed door to:-


REAR HALL:  5’9” x 5’9”.  Oak strip wood laminate flooring, wall mounted shelving, single glazed door and matching side panel to rear garden.


UTILITY & WC:  7’6” x 5’10”.  Belfast sink with mixer tap, low flush WC, Myson-Velaire oil fired boiler, heating clock, high level shelving, plumbed for washing machine, shelf for tumble dryer, cloak area.




LANDING:  23’8” x 8’9” (Max including staircase).  Generous landing with cornice ceiling, dado rail, pine spindles and handrail, feature alcove area, access to roof space.


MASTER BEDROOM:  21’4” x 11’8”.  Built in wardrobes, deep recessed double glazed window, telephone point, panic alarm.


EN SUITE BATHROOM:  12’4” x 7’4” (Max).  Panel bath, low flush WC, vanity unit, shaver point, Xplair electric Duplex wall heater, radiator, tiled splashback, built in low level shelving, pine tongue and groove ceiling, velux window.


BEDROOM 2:  15’0” x 11’10”.Built in wardrobe, TV aerial point, deep recessed  window with PVC double glazed window.


BEDROOM 3:  15’2” x 10’5”.  Built in wardrobe, TV aerial point, deep recessed window  with PVC double glazed window.


BEDROOM 4:  13’8” x 11’8”.  Built in wardrobe, wall mounted shelving, eaves storage cupboard. deep recessed window  with PVC double glazed window.


BATHROOM:  10’6” x 8’7”.  Heritage suite comprising of painted panelled bath with brass taps, low flush WC, bidet, vanity unit, fully tiled shower cubicle with New Team electric shower, pine cabinet with mirror front, pine shelf, shaver point, painted panelled walls, pine tongue and groove ceiling, partly glazed door - Hotpress cupboard with shelving, lagged copper cylinder Willis type immersion, pump for shower.




FRONT:  Low original wall with wrought iron railings, gate pillars and decorative gravel area, light, electricity meter box.


REAR:  Mature, fully-enclosed, south-facing, private garden in lawn with side flower beds with bedding plants, well planted with evergreen and flowering shrubs, apple trees and feature palm tree. Outside tap, concrete patio areas, PVC oil storage tank.



DOMESTIC RATE:            Ards & North Down Borough Council: 0.007257.  Rates payable 2017/2018= £ 1378.83  approx.      


TENURE:                              FREEHOLD            


EPC RATING:                     Current: F35                Potential: D59


EPC  REFERENCE:           9063-0021-7750-3028-3902


Agar Murdoch & Deane Ltd for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property whose agents they are give notice that: (i) the particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intending purchasers or lessees, and not constitute, nor constitute part of, an offer or contract, (ii) all descriptions, dimensions, references to conditions and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given without responsibility and any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them. (iii) No person in the employment of Agar Murdoch & Deane Ltd has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.