Originally a Victorian family residence constructed in 1872 and occupied for many years by the Andrews Family. Thomas Andrews Jnr was renowned as the chief designer and managing director of the Harland and Wolff Shipyard and for his role as designer of the world famous RMS Titanic.
Ardara House has been sympathetically converted into 6 luxury apartments retaining a wealth of character and historical charm with characteristics such as feature height ceilings, wood panelling constructed in Harland and Wolff, ornate cornicing and feature fireplaces.
The former billiard room now provides a gracious and elegant drawing room with a lovely outlook to the mature gardens. Additionally the open plan kitchen/dining room provides ample living and entertaining space. Further accommodation comprises of two well-proportioned bedrooms, Victorian style bathroom suite with separate shower unit and utility room.
Externally the communal gardens have been beautifully landscaped and are laid in lawns with a colourful array of mature planting. There is also access to an allocated covered carport.
The location is within striking distance of Comber town centre offering a varied range of local amenities, shops and restaurants. The location also boasts ease of access to the main routes for commuting to Belfast, Bangor and Newtownards. Belfast city centre, George Best City airport, The Ulster Hospital, David Lloyd Fitness Centre, Stormont Parliament Buildings and Dundonald Village only a short drive away.
This is a unique opportunity to let an apartment steeped in historical character with well proportioned accommodation, ideally located within striking distance of Comber town centre and providing ease of access to the main arterial routes for commuting to Belfast.