This hand­some home in East Belfast boasts many orig­i­nal fea­tures and of­fers lots of space for all the fam­ily. Stephanie Bell re­ports...

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THIS charm­ing de­tached pe­riod home was built in the 1930s for a wing com­man­der in the RAF and still re­tains many orig­i­nal pe­riod fea­tures to­day.

It sits in one of East Belfast’s tree lined av­enues on a large ma­ture cor­ner site within walk­ing dis­tance to a range of lo­cal pri­mary and gram­mar schools.

It is a spa­cious home with many be­spoke fea­tures and in­cludes a kitchen/din­ing room, sun room, din­ing room, lounge, a fam­ily room, util­ity room, WC, shower room, four bed­rooms and a fam­ily bath­room.

The prop­erty is eas­ily main­tained with sur­round­ing lawns and a large drive­way plus a lovely land­scaped pri­vate back gar­den.

A cov­ered entrance porch leads into the hall­way which takes you right back to the ori­gins of the house with its hand­some oak wood pan­elled walls and stained glass win­dows.

The el­e­gant draw­ing room opens into a bay win­dow and is fin­ished with a solid French oak floor. There is cor­nic­ing and a marble fire­place.

There is also a fire­place in the din­ing room and lovely French oak solid wooden floor. Dou­ble doors open to a large sun room with vaulted ceil­ing.

The fam­ily room is cosy with a cast iron fire­place and Aca­cia her­ring­bone wooden floor­ing.

Painted tongue and grove pan­elled walls add in­ter­est to the quaint kitchen/din­ing room which is fit­ted with Chest­nut units with solid teak work sur­faces.

There is a four ring ceramic hob and built in stain­less steel dou­ble oven.

Warm par­quet floor­ing looks su­perb in here.

The kitchen opens to well fit­ted util­ity room and WC.

Up­stairs all four bed­rooms are a good size and the fam­ily bath­room is ex­cep­tion­ally spa­cious and is fit­ted with a bath and a sep­a­rate shower cu­bi­cle.

The gar­dens are su­perb with a large pa­tio area and lawns to the back with ma­ture shrubs and a large gar­den shed.

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