33 Clifton Road Bangor, BT20 5EP

Guide price £449,950

Key Information

Address 33 Clifton Road Bangor, BT20 5EP
Price Guide price £449,950
Style Semi-detached House
Bedrooms 4
Receptions 3
Bathrooms 2
Heating Gas
Status For sale
Size 1,815 sq. feet

Additional Information

33 Clifton Road enjoys a prominent hilltop location on one of Bangor’s most prestigious addresses, close to Bangor City Centre. Built as one of a pair of Period semi-detached houses, this home has a wealth of charm. Later extensions to the rear of the property have further enhanced the living space and deepened the character held within this unique home.

Accommodation is generously spread over three floors totalling 1815 square feet of internal living space.

Enter via a toasty sunroom to the entrance hallway. To the right you enter the first reception with bay window, lofty ceilings, and deep blue colours on the walls contrasting with a stunning herringbone wooden flooring, and a welcoming wood burning stove. Further down the hall sits the kitchen in the middle of the house, packed full of character with plenty of storage and open plan to a large dining and family area. The Dining area has a wall-to-wall window at the rear flooding the room with light to fill the stunning vaulted ceiling. This room also gives direct access to the tranquil rear garden via glazed french doors. Further accommodation on the ground floor includes a second large lounge/family room, with glazed sliding doors giving further access to the garden. A downstairs cloakroom fitted with shower, wc, and wash-hand basin completes the ground floor, providing convenience for family and guests alike. A flight of switchback stairs with wooden handrail and turned balusters lead to the first floor, with storage provided underneath!

Three double bedrooms adorn the first floor, great for reducing any arguments of who gets what room! Superb views over Bangor and Belfast Lough from the rear bedroom. The family bathroom has a three-piece suite incorporating bath, wc and sink. This bathroom will have been in and out of fashion several times since it was fitted and would very much now be in vogue!

Up again to the second floor. A real gem of a bedroom awaits. This small double room offers enviable views over Bangor’s historic townscape, with views taking in the Marina and out over the Lough. Currently used as an office, this room has serious charm with a working corner fireplace. Perfect for contemplation in privacy and comfort.

 The rear garden is accessed via the side return, dining room, and family room, to form an accessible and oasis from the home. Mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and an attractive paved patio.

If not entertaining at home, Bangor town centre offers an array of independent shops, bars, and restaurants. Several outstanding cafes including the ‘Guillemot’ all within a short walk. The coastal path along Belfast Lough’s south shore offers some of the most tranquil and picturesque walks within Northern Ireland, including Ballyholme’s promenade and sandy beach. Several sports clubs nearby including Bangor Golf Club, Rugby Club, Hockey Club and Royal Ulster Yacht Club. ‘Aurora’ Leisure Centre with 50m pool sits close by if the sea gets too cold.

Bangor is home to a choice of excellent Primary and Secondary Schools. Nearby Bangor Train and Bus Termini provide fantastic links to Belfast and beyond. A journey to Belfast by car is also easily completed in around 30 minutes.

If you are a lover of period features, space, and views, then please do arrange an early viewing to avoid missing your chance to own this slice of history, by calling Governor Rocks today on 02891076593.