|Address||14 Seaview, Warrenpoint|
|Price||Offers around £170,000|
Situated within a distinguished terrace of bay fronted dwellings on Seaview Warrenpoint, this dwelling offers the opportunity to develop a beautiful Family Home. It has uninterrupted seaviews over Carlingford Lough, and is perfectly located for families with very close proximity to good local schools, recreational facilities, the seafront, and the independent shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants of Warrenpoint Town. The accommodation is well proportioned and rooms are generous sized with period features, such as cornices, ceiling roses, picture rails, arches, and a beautiful staircase. It is priced to reflect the refurbishment required to restore the house into a beautiful Family Home. The dwelling is elevated above road and footpath and accessed by granite steps onto an area of clay quarry tiles with a neat front garden.
Sun Porch, Vestibule, Hallway, Two Reception Rooms, Kitchen, Utility Room, Cloakroom with W.C, Six Bedrooms, Bathroom and Shower Room.
Sun Porch, 6’11” x 6’1” (2.13m x 1.87m), with triple aspect glazing and ceramic tiled floor.
Vestibule, 6’4” x 4’11” (1.94m x 1.51m), secure solid wood front door with glazed inset and side-screen, beautiful pattern tile to floor. Glazed inner door with side-screen and coloured glazing.
Hallway, 20’4” x 6’8” (6.21m x 2.04m), beautiful space with all Ground Floor rooms and staircase leading off. High ceilings, cornice, and original arch. The staircase has a carved and scrolled handrail, and feature newels.
A very impressive Reception Room, 17’3” x 17’ (5.28m x 5.20m), with all original features such as cornice, ceiling rose, picture rail, and high ceilings, with its bay window letting in lots of natural light to illuminate the elegant feature fireplace in hardwood surround, and polished granite hearth.
A second Reception Room, 17’ x 11’5” (5.20m x 3.49m), overlooking the rear outside space. This also has the period features, and the high ceilings, and again great light from a large double window. Could be used as a Dining Room or as a second Reception Room.
Cloakroom with W.C, 9’3” x 6’1” (2.83m x 1.87m), with semi-recessed wash hand basin, vanity unit with cabinet storage above.
The Kitchen is large, 14’4” x 14’2” (4.37m x 4.32m), with a range of fitted units, the solid fuel cooker needs restored, partly panelled walls.
This leads onto Utility Room, 11’8” x 9’3” (3.56m x 2.83m), which is spacious, with fitted units, plumbed for washing machine, and with stainless steel sink and drainer. The Utility Room leads to the rear yard area, this is hard surfaced, with raised beds filled with shrubs. This will be a sun trap during the afternoons and could be developed into a most attractive area
There is a covered area to the rear of the Utility, 14’2” x 7’1” (4.34m x 2.17m), currently housing the oil fired boiler, and a useful space for storage.
This in turn leads onto the Garage, 24’2” x 15’11” (7.38m x 4.87m), with access onto a shared laneway. There is a loft above the Garage with a first floor door overlooking the lane.
Half Landing, 8’5” x 6’7” x (2.58m x 2.02m), with airing cupboard and window over staircase. Beautiful room to front of dwelling, 18’ x 17’ (5.5m x 5.19m), benefiting from the spectacular views and great natural light. Currently used as a bedroom, but might also be a wonderful reception space, that would lend itself well to family life or for entertaining at home. The high ceilings and cornice and ceiling rose features are further enhanced by the original fireplace with tiled hearth and surround.
Front Bedroom, 14’1” x 8’11” (4.3m X 2.74m) currently used as secure storage by owner.
Two Bedrooms to the rear with large windows,
14’3” x 14’1” (4.36m x 4.3m),
11’5” x 10’9” (3.48m x 3.3m)
Any of these First Floor Bedrooms have the potential to be developed into beautiful spacious En-suite rooms.
The First Floor Landing is, 13’2” x 3’7” (4.02m x 1.10m) 6’11” x 5’ (2.12m x 1.53m)
with all accommodation accessed off, there is a matching arch as Ground Floor, staircase detail carries on.
The First Floor Bathroom 7’2” x 5’6” (2.2m x 1.7m) has
a W.C and semi-circular wash hand basin. It has a bath
with shower attachment over, is partly tiled and has a
The second floor allows access to three further Bedrooms,
18’ x 13’11” (5.5m x 4.25m)
12’1” x 11’ (3.69m x 3.37m)
14’1” x 8’11” (4.3m x 2.74m)
The largest room, as with two bay window rooms on Ground Floor and First Floor, has absolutely breathtaking views of the sea and the mountains, as does the Bedroom adjacent.
The one to the rear also has a very pleasant outlook over rear yard space and roofscapes of Warrenpoint. There is a Shower Room at this level also, 7’3” x 5’5” (2.22m x 1.67m), with a wash basin, W,C,, and semi-circular shower, partly tiled and with original floor.
There is attic storage area the full footprint of the dwelling.
This Home presents a great opportunity for a new owner to restore and develop it to its full potential.
The floor area is substantial and based over three floors with all front aspect rooms having superb views.
This would make a lovely Family Home.
It also presents an opportunity subject to Statutory Approvals to be developed into several self contained units of accommodation with investment potential.
These Period properties are rarely presented to the market and this one is priced to attract viewers.
Please phone to arrange a viewing.
E.P.C Reference Number: 9268-0220-7699-7064-4906
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