Six bedroom home with sauna and spa
This six-bedroom detached art deco residence occupies a superb setting overlooking the Megaw Park.
Built circa 1930 for Sir Henry Algeo JP, it was acquired by the present owners in 1998 who spent 14 years sympathetically restoring the property to its original glory. The meticulous restoration project included the retention of solid oak panelled walls, carved oak window pelmets, corniced ceilings and covings, antique wall lamps, walnut window panelling and oak/walnut bedroom/living furniture in the majority of the main living rooms.
The property offers superb modern living accommodation comprising six bedrooms, four reception rooms, two main bathrooms, a luxury shower room, sauna room, a spa room, gym, and a large and luxurious kitchen/breakfast room, together with a range of additional rooms.
Accommodation includes: (4.90m x 4.29m) living area; (8.23m x 3.35m) kitchen/dinette with door to (4.88m x 3.63m) dining room and double doors to a (4.01m x 4.19m) sun room with gothic style windows and door to a gallery/balcony with decking and views over Megaw Park to the rear; a (5.51m x 4.06m) family room with feature bow window and original oak window seats; a (4.34m x 4.24m) master bedroom with (4.27m x 2.41m) ensuite; a (4.09m x 3.05m) bedroom with original built-in walnut wardrobes; a (4.11m x 2.74m) bedroom with original built-in walnut wardrobes, oak dressing table and drawers; a (4.22m x 2.67m) bedroom with dressing table; bathroom and wc combined.
First floor: landing/study area with feature beamed ceiling; (6.81m x 4.39m) bedroom with feature beams; a (4.88m x 5.49m) bedroom with feature beams; shower room; separate wc.
Ground floor/basement: a (9.02m x 5.38m) garage; (6.20m x 3.23m) games/gym room; (3.23m x 3.15m) laundry room; (4.17m x 4.01m) spa room with eight berth hot spring spa, doors to: (3.12m x 2.39m) dressing/sauna room; and extensive basement storage areas.
* 27 Coleraine Road,
Agent - McAfee Properties: tel.028 27667676
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