three bedroom detached chalet bungalow with additional rooms upstairs situated
on the main Coleraine Road approaching Portstewart. The accommodation is
surprisingly spacious and has been maintained very well over the years.This delightful home also benefits from
a very mature and spacious rear and side garden offering ample space with
detached garage to side. The property itself is close to a host of local
amenities including the Promenade, beach and golf course. Ideally suited as a
main home the property will suit a wide spectrum of potential purchasers for
those seeking a well located home in this beautiful part of the North
Oil Fired Central Heating
Mostly Mahogany Double Glazed Windows
Extremely Large Site With Possible Development Potential Subject To Necessary Consents
Very Popular Residential Location
With under stairs storage cupboard and stairs leading to first floor.
LOUNGE: 18' 11" X 10' 4" (5.77m X 3.15m)
With tiled fireplace and hearth, plater coving and cornicing.
DINING ROOM: 11' 5" X 10' 2" (3.48m X 3.10m)
KITCHEN: 17' 9" X 7' 10" (5.41m X 2.39m)
With stainless steel sink unit, high and low level built in units with tiling between, space for cooker, space for fridge, drawer bank and saucepan drawer.
LIVING ROOM: 12' 9" X 11' 3" (3.89m X 3.43m)
BEDROOM (1): 11' 5" X 8' 4" (3.48m X 2.54m)
BEDROOM (2): 9' 8" X 8' 6" (2.95m X 2.59m)
With white suite comprising w.c., wash hand basin set in vanity unit, fully tiled walk in shower cubicle and half tiled walls.
ROOM (3): 9' 5" X 8' 5" (2.87m X 2.57m)
ROOM (4): 11' 3" X 7' 4" (3.43m X 2.24m)
With "Velux" window.
Outside to the rear there is one of the largest gardens the agents have ever encountered within the town centre surrounded by trees and shrubbery. There are a selection of ???? And paved patio. Outside to front there is a garden area laid in lawn with tarmac driveway extending to garage and store above.
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Approaching Portstewart on the Coleraine Road, No 89 will be located on your right hand side between the Burnside Road roundabout and before the entrance to Seafield Park.
Disclaimer: The following calculations act as a guide only, and are based on a typical repayment mortgage model. Financial decisions should not be made based on these calculations and accuracy is not guaranteed. Always seek professional advice before making any financial decisions.
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Why do you need an RICS Home Survey? Because forewarned is forearmed. Choosing the right survey will help highlight any serious problems and advise you of the specific risks before you commit to the process of buying or selling a property.
RICS has three different levels of survey (outlined overleaf). These can only be conducted by an RICS qualified surveyor.
Reliable and cost effective, these reports carry the full weight of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors – the industry’s most respected authority on surveying. Buying a home
It’s important to remember that your mortgage lender’s valuation report is not a survey. It merely tells your lender whether or not the property is reasonable security for your loan. An RICS survey will tell you the actual condition of the property. That’s vital information that can be invaluable during price negotiations, and will also help you avoid expensive surprises after you’ve moved in. There is an option for an RICS HomeBuyer Report (Survey level 2) which also includes a valuation as a standard part of the service for your own purposes.
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Staying at home
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