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|Address||33 Water Street, Rostrevor, Newry|
|Price||Guide price £450,000|
33 Water Street, Rostrevor, Newry, Co.Down BT34 3BE
New to the market, this substantial six-bedroom Georgian home is iconic to the village of Rostrevor, nestled in the heart of the village and a stone’s throw from the Fairy Glen River Walk and Kilbroney Forest Park. The very quaint Water Street is identified by the Rostrevor Conservation booklet of 1979 as 'the town's earliest place of settlement.' Grand, simple and symmetrical with strong classical influences, homes built during the Goergian era (1714 to 1837) are famed for their beauty.
The entrance porch is full of characteristics typical of the Georgian period features, including symmetrical pillars, a fan light above the front door and sliding sash windows to name a few. Upon entrance, the main hallway is spacious with high ceilings, solid wood flooring and original ceiling detailing. Off the main hallway there are two reception rooms either side, both with open fireplaces and large sash windows. The kitchen to the rear of the property has a full range of upper and lower hardwood units. The end of the hallway leads to a ground floor loo and patio doors which allow access to the rear courtyard.
Moving to the lower ground floor, this space benefits from it's own separate access allowing the owner to use the property as a separate dwelling if required. It includes an additional living space along with one double bedroom to the front of the house and a single bedroom to the rear along with kitchenette that would require full refurbishment and tiled bathroom.
Moving up the mahogany staircase to the first floor there are four spacious double bedrooms, two to the rear of the house and two to the front, with the bedrooms to the front overlooking the scenic Fairy Glen. There are two bathrooms on this floor, one includes a shower over the bath whilst the other includes a standalone shower.
Externally to the rear there is a paved patio area, and outbuildings including a boiler house and a garage which allows access to the other side of Water Street. To the left side of the property is a generous sized garden with apple trees, shrubs and hedges.
Please note this is listed building that requires sympathetic refurbishment throughout to make a fantastic home once fully restored.
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