No. 2 Parkmount is a unique Victorian house set in a private cul-de-sac off the Belsize Road. Built in 1894, it overlooks Wallace Park and once formed part of the Wallace Estate.
The historic Grade B2 Listed property, built with red brick in Flemish and English Garden Wall bond, has an elegant and stylish interior offering graciously appointed rooms that have been sensitively upgraded and sympathetically restored. It retains many of the original architectural features including cornices, picture rails, fireplaces, panelled doors, timber sash windows and gas-fired central heating.
The house offers a mix of period features along with modern-day living standards, especially at the ground floor level with a dining room, family room, contemporary kitchen and utility room designed for open plan living with oak folding doors between the family room and dining room to allow for subdivision.
Most conveniently located with an excellent range of amenities on the doorstep including Lisburn City Centre shops, restaurants, and leisure facilities. Leading schools and Lisburn train station are only a short stroll across the park and main transport links and arterial routes including the M1 and A1 are all easily accessed.
One of the outstanding features is the first-floor front drawing room with bay window providing spectacular views over Wallace Park.
This substantial three-storey residence offers three gracious reception rooms, a spacious modern kitchen and utility room, 5 bedrooms or 4 bedrooms and a study, bathroom with separate WC.
Externally there is a private sunken garden to the front with car parking, a rear enclosed courtyard and a detached garage.