|Address||135 The Mount Belfast, BT5 4ND|
|Price||Asking price £189,950|
Introducing an impressive three-story townhouse situated in East Belfast, gracing one of the last remaining residential Victorian squares. This substantial property offers a coveted location near the Albert Bridge, Belfast City Centre, and essential amenities.
Step inside to discover a bright and spacious living room, complete with a large bay window and a brick fireplace. The ground floor also encompasses a dining room and a fitted kitchen complete with marble effect tiles. Many rooms throughout the property have retained their original architrave, skirting boards, ceiling roses and cornicing providing a strong sense of character.
On the first floor, you'll find two bedrooms, one featuring a bay window that showcases stunning views of Black Mountain and notable city landmarks like the BT Tower and Grand Central Hotel. The main bathroom provides both a bath, separate shower enclosure and WC. A separate WC on this floor provides extra convenience. The second floor houses two further bedrooms with the front bedroom providing views of Black’s Mountain and Belfast City Centre.
The property also benefits from a large enclosed rear yard unique for a property of this type. The front of the property is south-facing aspect and bay windows on the ground and first floors invite ample natural light, setting it apart from other three-story properties.
The Mount is traditionally a highly sought after area which is steeped in the history of Belfast—a splendid Victorian house that has undergone extensive refurbishment to enhance energy efficiency and reduce heating costs. Notably, this tranquil living space offers more than just proximity to the city centre, but also easy access to the nearby shops, cafes, restaurants, and boutiques along Albert Bridge Road and Woodstock Road. Furthermore, the property boasts excellent access to the Lagan Towpath, a route tracing the river and canal system from Belfast to Lisburn. Immerse yourself in the picturesque surroundings, while appreciating the historical remnants of the Lagan Canal.
Don't miss the opportunity to make 135 The Mount your own.