With so many original features in this historic Grade B2 listed property, 2 Parkmount in Lisburn really is something special.

Oozing with character, the five-bedroom townhouse retains many of the original architectural features, including cornices, picture rails, fireplaces, panelled doors and timber sash windows.

Built in 1894, the unique Victorian house is set in a private cul-de-sac and overlooks Wallace Park, with the house actually once forming part of the Wallace Estate.

It has been sympathetically restored and offers a swathe of period features along with touches of contemporary interior design.

One of the standouts of this stunning property is the first-floor front drawing room and bay window providing spectacular views over Wallace Park, while the ground floor offers a dining room, family room, kitchen and utility room designed for open plan living.

However, for those moments when you are looking for quiet, there are oak folding doors between the family room and dining room.

Did we forget to mention its proximity to Lisburn city centre, the train station, the sunken garden to the rear and the detached garage?

In our books, this property is a real winner!

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