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129 Millisle Road, Donaghadee, Co Down, Northern Ireland
Mr Richard Sherwood
07803 124 644
Stunning 5-bed Victorian coastal townhouse which has been lovingly restored and updated throughout.
Nestled along the picturesque Donaghadee coastline this 3-storey Victorian townhouse offers uninterrupted views of the ever-changing seascape just metres away.
The house, which has been featured in ‘Most Beautiful Homes’ magazine, has been restored and modernised throughout to the highest standards. It features a stunning, bespoke kitchen/diner which opens to snug and lounge, with tri-fold glass doors permitting the separation or joining of these two sumptuous rooms, each with their own TVs. Both rooms have ample seating, with the snug boasting the charm of stove for the colder seasons. The house is opposite ‘The Commons’ park with large kids’ playpark and outdoor gym.
The house is situated along the North Down Coastal Challenge cycle route, providing an ideal base for road and mountain bike holidays. Donaghadee plays host to one of many golf courses in the area; three, all-season tennis courts, and bowling green a stone’s throw away. Sailers can avail of a local club, public slipway, moorings and harbour, with boat trips to the Copeland Islands proving a joy for seal, bird-watchers and facilities for both sea and fresh water fishermen. Sandy beaches, coastal walks and rockpools abound in the area. The town is also the focus of many festivals throughout the year.
The nearby town of Bangor has bigger supermarkets and Olympic-sized pool at Aurora Aquatic and Leisure Centre. For ice-skating, Dundonald Icebowl and crazy golf is close by, along with three multiscreen cinemas. The town is home to many fine restaurants, bars and takeaways.
Guests can enjoy trips to the Causeway Coast, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Giant’s Causeway, Dark Hedges, Ballintoy Harbour, Fairhead, Murlough Bay and many other Game of Thrones® filming locations, the mountains of Mourne, the city of Belfast and its popular Cathedral Quarter, Titanic exhibition, Belfast Zoo, Mount Stewart, Castle Ward, Tollymore, Castlewellan, Silent Valley, Fermanagh Lakelands and W5 discovery centre.