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Langdale 151 Middle Road, Islandmagee, BT40 3SY

5 Bedroom Semi-detached House For sale Offers around £174,950
  x 5 Bedrooms   x 2 Receptions   x 2 Bathrooms

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Key Information

PriceOffers around £174,950
StatusFor sale EPC E42/E49 Bedrooms5 Bathrooms2 Receptions2 StyleSemi-detached House HeatingOil

Property Features

Property Description

This three storey property is half of Langdale House. It was originally a much smaller dwelling which was considerably extended around 1900 by George Allen, a local boy who made good in America. The house was divided in the 1930s. It is featured in Donald Akenson’s history of Islandmagee “Between Two Revolutions”. Hardly a surprise as the book was written in the house. Although completely modernised and benefiting from fast broadband, the house retains many period features and has great views of Larne Lough. It is fully double glazed and has full oil-fired central heating with thermostatically controlled radiators. It is in very good decorative order and has convenient local shops and easy access to Larne, Carrickfergus, Belfast and the scenic Coast Road. Islandmagee itself offers a wide range of recreational sites and opportunities. There is also an excellent rail service from either Ballycarry or Whitehead.

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:
GROUND FLOOR
ENTRANCE PORCH: 5’9” x 5’5”. UPVC double glazed entrance door. Period style black and white tiled floor.
ENTRANCE HALL: 12’7” x 8’2”. Half panelled with dado rail. Wooden entrance door with leaded light panels. Original black and white floor tiles and border Stairwell off.   
DRAWING ROOM: 18’0” x 12’4”. Large, ornate arched marble fireplace with “Stanley” multi-fuel stove. Built-in cupboard and display arch. Other original features including panelled window surrounds and plaster work. Wall lights.
DINING ROOM: 9’5” x 9’5”. This area which has a brick feature, is connected to the kitchen by an open doorway. It has a small cupboard in what was the original fireplace and a laminate floor covering.  
KITCHEN: 16’4” x 7’5”. Tiled, with fitted French units and stoneware sink. The units have oak doors and an off-white finish with lavender detailing. There is a fitted dual fuel cooker with a six burner gas hob and double electric oven and a stainless steel extractor hood. A half door leads into an under-stairs storage area. 
DINING ROOM: 9’5” x 9’5”. This area which has a brick feature, is connected to the kitchen by an open doorway. It has a small cupboard in what was the original fireplace and a laminate floor covering.  
KITCHEN: 16’4” x 7’5”. Tiled, with fitted French units and stoneware sink. The units have oak doors and an off-white finish with lavender detailing. There is a fitted dual fuel cooker with a six burner gas hob and double electric oven and a stainless steel extractor hood. A half door leads into an under-stairs storage area. 
FIRST FLOOR
BEDROOM (1): 18’0” x 10’4”. Period features include original plaster work, panelled windows and an original art nouveau fireplace with copper hood. The room is decorated in a style to complement this. An archway opens to a power shower with ceramic tray, wash hand basin and walk-in wardrobe. Views to Larne Lough.
BEDROOM (2): 12’6” x 9’5”. This is a bright, double bedroom with panelled windows on two walls, one with views to Larne Lough. There is a small built-in wardrobe and original plaster work.
BEDROOM (3): 8’2” x 6’5”. Single bedroom with original features. Currently used as a home office.. 
BATHROOM (1): 8’8” x 8’2” Fully tiled with a power shower in a large, walk-in enclosure and ceramic tray. The modern suite also includes a bidet. There is a heated towel rail, a shaver point and a large built in storage cupboard. The room has downlighting and a maintenance-free ceiling
SECOND FLOOR
BEDROOM (4): 12’4” x 10’8”.  A double bedroom with sloping ceiling, built-in wardrobe and windows on two walls, one a dormer. The room has superb views towards Larne.
BEDROOM (5): 20’6” x 13’1”. A large room with views over Larne Lough from a dormer window. There is a sloping ceiling with a Velux window to the rear. It is currently used as a TV/family room and has a laminate floor
covering, wall lights and downlighting with dimmer switch.
BATHROOM (2): 6’5” x 6’5”. Fully tiled with a spa bath and hand shower. Wash hand basin, heated towel rail and shaver point. Laminate floor covering. 
MID-LANDING
This gives access to a separate WC and wash hand basin and a panelled and shelved storage room 
(9’8” x 4’9”).
EXTERNAL
1). The rear garden is compact and low maintenance. It is currently paved but these can easily be lifted to make small lawns. Beds are rock-faced and raised. There is electric and water for the shed and a small water feature at the rear of the garden. There is a raised decked area overlooking a graveled area with a raised pond and a waterfall which could be easily converted to a flower bed. Ample off-street car parking for two cars.
2.) The small walled front garden is graveled and has a millstone- type water feature.  
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