2 Sharman Manor , Crawfordsburn, Bangor, County Down, BT19 1XD

Offers Around £549,950

5 2 Detached

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  • Fully Restored in the 1980s Sharman Manor Dates Back to the 19th Century and Has Been Divided Into Four Exclusive and Individual Homes
  • Unique Five Bedroom Family Home with Views to Rural Countryside and Belfast Lough
  • Retains Many Original Period Features
  • Master Bedroom with En Suite Dressing Areas and En Suite Bathroom, Balcony and Sea Views
  • Gracious Drawing Room with Natural Brick Fireplace and Cast Iron Solid Fuel Burning Stove
  • Family Room/Garden Room Leading to Veranda and Rear Landscaped Courtyard
  • Magnificent Dining Room with French Doors to Front Patio
  • Bespoke Hand Painted Style Kitchen with Granite Work Surfaces and Integrated Appliances, Open to Living and Dining Space with French Doors to Front Walled Gardens
  • Spacious Grounds Divided by Patio Areas, Hard Standing, Walled Front Gardens Landscaped in Lawns with Patio Areas
  • Stable Block with Five Loose Boxes
  • Former Coach House/Large Garage
  • The Ideal Property for Entertaining
  • Ease of Access for the City Commuter
  • Within the Catchment Area to a Range of Primary and Grammar Schools
  • Only Walking Distance of Crawfordsburn's Picturesque Village with Old Inn and Country Park
  • Convenient to Carnalea Golf Club, Railway Halt and Coastal Walks
  • A Property That Must be Viewed to be Fully Appreciated

Sharman Manor dates back to the mid 19th century and was originally built as part of the Sharman Crawfords' estate as the estate's model farm constructed around a courtyard and clock tower. In the 1980s a redevelopment and full refurbishment project was under taked by renowned local builder John McLauren, the result created is four exclusive dwellings retaining many of the integral period features including pitch pine timbers, exposed beams brick work. One of the Province's only surviving examples from this period, Sharman Manor is much admired for its architecture and position. This prestigious, enviable address is located off the Crawfordsburn Road with views across rural countryside to Belfast Lough and the Antrim Hills beyond. Number 2, one of the largest dwellings, is a unique family home boasting five well proportioned bedrooms, including master suite with dressing areas and en suite bathroom, a gracious drawing room with solid timber flooring wood burning stove and floor to ceiling exposed brick fireplace. A magnificent dining room opens to the front patio through French doors there ia also a family room/garden room opening to a veranda and rear landscaped courtyard. The bespoke fitted, hand painted kitchen provides ample dining and living space with French doors leading to the front walled gardens. The grounds surrounding this property provide ample parking and hard standing for numerous vehicles as well as stable block, with four loose boxes, and former coach house which acts as a large garage combined within the front walled gardens ideal for outdoor entertaining or children at play. With such an abundance of character and charm, combined with modern finishes, this home is sure to create instant interest across the market. This individual home requires personal appraisal to be fully appreciated. Secluded on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Crawfordsburn the commuter is provided with ease of access to the main arterial routes for city commuting. Carnalea railway halt is also close at hand and Crawfordsburn Old Inn and Country Park is within walking distance as well as being within the catchment area to a range of local primary and grammar schools.

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uPVC double glazed twin front doors and double glazed side panels.


With ceramic tiled floor, arch to cloaks and storage, cornice ceiling, mahogany glazed and bevelled inner door and side light to reception hall.


With maple wood strip flooring, glazed and bevelled double doors to dining room.

DINING ROOM: : 21' 4" x 12' 8"

Cornice ceiling, ceiling rose, uPVC double glazed French doors, side panel and arched top light to brick paviour front patio, rural mature outlook.

KITCHEN/DINING/LIVING : 24' 9" x 18' 7"

Bespoke fully fitted hand painted style kitchen, stainless steel fittings, granite effect work surface, single drainer sink and a half stainless steel sink unit with chrome mixer taps, feature stone tiled walls, concealed stainless steel lighting, Range Master stainless steel range cooker with seven ring gas hob including hotplate and wok burner, ovens below, stainless steel extractor hood, stainless steel larder fridge freezer, pull-out pantry cupboard, integrated Bosch dishwasher, plumbed for washing machine, polished porcelain floor tiling, outlook to rear gardens, ample family dining area, built-in Welsh style dresser with glazed display cabinets, wine rack, display shelving, ample dining and living space with uPVC double glazed French doors to timber decking and gardens.


Comprising: low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, cork tiled floor, storage under stairs.

OFFICE: : 18' 9" x 8' 1"

Built-in book shelving, display shelving and cupboards, uPVC double glazed access door to courtyard.

DRAWING ROOM: : 23' 8" x 17' 7"

Floor to ceiling natural Belfast brick fireplace with recessed cast iron solid fuel burning stove with Heather Brown tiled hearth, natural brick recess, pitch pine sleeper beamed mantel, maple wood strip flooring, cornice ceiling, ceiling rose by two, dual aspect window to courtyard and front.

With window overlooking garden and views to Belfast Lough and the Antrim Hills beyond.


With vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and trusses, hotpress with copper cylinder and Willis type immersion heater, built-in shelving and additional built-in linen cupboard.


With white suite comprising: low flush WC, vanity unit, chrome mixer taps, cabinets below, mirrored cabinet above, corner panelled bath, chrome antique style mixer taps, telephone hand shower, built-in fully tiled shower cubicle, built-in Aqua Lisa electric shower unit, ceramic tiled floor, part tiled walls, chrome low voltage spotlighting, access hatch to roofspace, Velux window.

BEDROOM (1): : 21' 1" x 16' 6"

With cathedral vaulted ceiling, pine tongue and groove, dual aspect windows and uPVC double glazed French doors to balcony with excellent mature outlook across fields to Belfast Lough and the Antrim Hills beyond, dressing area for both his and her with extensive range of double built-in robes, additional space at entrance with access to en suite bathroom.


Comprising: low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath, chrome antique style mixer taps, telephone hand shower, shower screen, part tiled walls, ceramic tiled floor, Velux window.

BEDROOM (2): : 13' 3" x 10' 7"

Vaulted ceiling with exposed trusses and beams, mature outlook across front gardens and fields to Belfast Lough and the Antrim Hills beyond, double built-in robes with pitch pine ladder to loft platform.

BEDROOM (3): : 12' 6" x 9' 9"

Vaulted ceiling, mature outlook to front garden and fields to Belfast Lough and the Antrim Hills, pitch pine footstep ladder to loft platform, double built-in robes.

BEDROOM (4): : 10' 9" x 14' 3"

With exposed beams and trusses, mature outlook to front gardens and views to Belfast Lough and Antrim Hills.

BEDROOM (5)/NURSERY/STUDY : 10' 6" x 7' 5"

With vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and trusses, Velux window.


With veranda brick paviour patio areas, loose pebbled areas and decking.


Sweeping tarmac driveway to Number 2, follow driveway round to right with Number 2 entrance through the extreme right set of red brick pillars, driveway with granite kerbing, barked flowerbeds, brick paviour patio areas, loose pebbled parking area, laid in lawns, shrubberies, mature trees and planting, loose pebbled area along blue stone wall to ample parking for numerous vehicles, covered storage, oil storage tank and raised beds and vegetable patch, access gate to rear paddock, not included in sale, twin timber gates to front of property with tarmac area, timber decking ideal for barbecues, oil storage tank, outdoor water tap and lighting, boiler, gardens laid in lawns with Indian sandstone patio areas, blue stone rockery, loose pebbled beds, mature shrubs and planting, extensive outdoor lighting, gazebo, outdoor dining area with barbecue.


Stable Block with four loose boxes, light, power and water, one loose box partitioned and used currently as gym


Exposed beams and trusses, ladder to overhead loft storage, light and power, roller shutter door.


With light and power, plumbed for washing machine.

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