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11 Main Street, Killinchy BT23 6PN

Sale Agreed £170,000

Key Information

Address 11 Main Street, Killinchy
Price Last listed at Offers around £170,000
Style Mid-terrace House
Bedrooms 4
Receptions 2
Bathrooms 1
Heating Oil
EPC Rating D64/C71 (co2: E49/D58)
Status Sale Agreed

Summary

  • Deceptively spacious adaptable accommodation
  • 3 First floor bedrooms
  • Downstairs bathroom with panel bath and shower over
  • Attractive fitted kitchen with range of natural oak units
  • Spacious Living room with feature open fire
  • Bright family dining room with wood laminate flooring
  • Large study or 4th bedroom
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Internal solid pine doors
  • PVC double glazing
  • Recently installed damp proof course to the ground floor
  • Private rear garden with a southerly aspect
  • Lower mature garden offering a delightful private space
  • 'Al fresco' paved patio seating area
  • Generous Detached garage and separate double glazed garden room
  • Off street parking to the rear
  • Chain free sale

Additional Information

This charming extended terraced family home was originally built around 1880 and is full of character and charm. Set in this much desired residential location, just a short stroll from the renowned Killinchy Primary school and a short drive to the shores of Strangford Lough, renowned as an area of Outstanding natural beauty.

Internally the property boasts a well proportioned living room with open fire, kitchen with a range of natural Oak fitted units, family dining room flooded with natural light from two roof lights, downstairs bathroom and large study (or potential 4th bedroom). Upstairs there are 3 bright first floor bedrooms.

There is a detached garage and garden room to the rear that provides generous storage plus the garden room is perfect for use as a games room, studio or home office. 

The lower garden enjoys a southerly aspect with mature boundary hedging that affords a good degree of privacy. There is a shared right of way to the rear giving access to the garage and pebbled parking area.

Balloo Village offers a range of local amenities as well as bus services, servicing a number of

renowned schools in Downpatrick, Comber, Newtownards and Belfast. A variety of outdoor pursuits are within easy reach; from sailing at Whiterock, Golf at Mahee and country walks at Delamont Country Park. Popular local restaurants at Daft Eddies, Balloo House, Poachers Pocket and The Old Post Office are excellent venues for a family treat or special occasion.

ACCOMMODATION (All measurements are approximate)

ENTRANCE HALL: Partly glazed painted stable style front door. Wood laminate floor, under stairs Hot press cupboard with copper cylinder and immersion heater. Intruder alarm.

BATHROOM: Pale coloured suite comprising of a panelled bath, mixer taps with shower hose extension with large shower head, glass shower screen, tiled around the bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC, open display shelving, extractor fan, ceramic tiled floor.

LIVING ROOM: 21'4" x 11'9". Feature brick fireplace, painted mantle, tiled hearth, deep recessed window, oak strip wood laminate floor. Double dimmer switch, window light to kitchen. 

KITCHEN: 18'5" x 9'1". Excellent range of natural oak high and low level units, laminate work tops, inset 1 ½ tub stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap, Whirlpool 4 ring electric hob, stainless steel cooker hood canopy with extractor fan and light, Hotpoint electric oven , plumbed for washing machine and dishwasher, tiled splash back, ceramic tiled floor, recessed spotlights, twin Velux. Two steps down to:

FAMILY/DINING ROOM: 18'5" x 9'2". Wood floor, two roof lights. Partly glazed door to rear 'al fresco' dining area and garden.

BEDROOM 4: 13'3" x 8'8". Wood floor. Telephone point. Currently used as an office.

FIRST FLOOR:

BEDROOM 1: 12'2" x 12'1". Deep recessed window. 

BEDROOM 2: 8'9" x 8'9". 

BEDROOM 3: 9'0" x 6'5".

LANDING: Bright landing. Access to roof space via aluminium Slingsby style ladder. 

OUTSIDE:

DETACHED GARAGE: 17'2" x 14'6". Roller shutter door, light and power points, Velux roof lights. 

GARDEN ROOM: 27'6" x 14'5". Ceramic tiled floor, black PVC double glazing, power points, telephone point, pine tongue and groove wood ceiling with recessed spotlights, view over rear garden. providing a versatile space for use as playroom, home offiec, studio or party room. 

GARDENS:  Small pebbled garden to the front with shrub planting, wrought iron gate, paved 
pathway. Private rear garden with a south westerly aspect, laid in lawn with decorative 
pebbled driveway and parking area, 'al fresco' paved patio dining area with garden lights and 
feature exposed stone wall, boiler house with oil fired boiler, PVC oil storage tank, access to 
detached garage and garden room. Right of way over shared laneway to the rear. 


CAPITAL VALUE: £150,000

DOMESTIC RATE: Ards Borough Council: 0.007535
Rates payable 2018/2019= £1130.25 approx.

TENURE: FREEHOLD

EPC RATING: Current: D64 Potential: C71

EPC REFERENCE: 9101-2146-6929-8720-0943

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.