Located in the heart of Belfast's Queen's Quarter, this boutique development is a refurbishment of a listed Victorian house on Wellington Park, designed by renowned nineteenth-century architects Young and MacKenzie.
This is a lifestyle, a luxury location and a slice of authentic Belfast heritage.
30 Wellington Park connects the Malone Road and Lisburn Road in the exclusive BT9 postcode of South Belfast, defined by its tree-lined avenues and affluent suburban surroundings.
The bright corner site presents a mix of the area's rich architecture with a contemporary urban design that delivers a city address with both character and style.
Residents will enjoy a location that is under two miles from the city centre but which maintains a village community ambience reinforced by the eclectic mix of arts, cultural and social venues that define the area.
30 Wellington Park is all about lifestyle. There are a vast array of amenities a short walk from your front door.
The neighbouring Lisburn Road is well known for some of the best coffee houses and eateries in the City, as well as a vast selection of boutiques, artisan bakeries, delis and grocery stores. Perhaps what is most appealing about 30 Wellington Park is that it provides the perfect balance of city and space across indoor and outdoor venues.
A short walk towards Queen's University opens up into the stunning Botanic Gardens and adjoining parkland leading to the tranquil Lagan Towpath. Each idyll provides the perfect surroundings to enjoy the great outdoors.
Considering 30 Wellington Park's setting in the vibrant Queen's Quarter, it goes without saying that education is well catered for from nursery right through to third level education.
While many amenities are available within walking distance, the location has convenient travel links throughout the city and further afield. The Metro bus service accesses all corners of Belfast, with Adelaide railway station connecting to Central Station and beyond.
The development fits seamlessly into the existing footprint of this Victorian residence and takes full advantage of the unique period features.
Externally, the grey-white bricks on the main façade are embellished with polychromatic detailing and dressed sandstone with Tudor style dormers and canted bays.
Queen's University 0.3 miles
Botanic Gardens 0.3 miles
Tesco 0.5 miles
Marks & Spencer 1 mile
Europa Bus & Train Station 1.1 miles
Grand Opera House 1.4 miles
Victoria Square 1.8 miles
Belfast City Centre 2 miles
George Best City Airport 6 miles
Internal walls, ceilings and woodwork painted
A comprehensive range of electrical sockets and light fittings
Panelled internal doors and modern quality door furniture
Bevelled edge skirting board and architraves
Mains operated smoke alarm, heat and carbon monoxide detectors
Satellite, TV points to all bedrooms, kitchen, lounge and family room
Gas fired central heating with thermostatically controlled radiators and energy efficient boilers
High quality, soft close units with high quality worktops and handles
Integrated appliances to include oven, electric hob, extractor hood, fridge freezer and dishwasher, laundry washer/dryer
BATHROOMS, ENSUITE & WC
Contemporary white sanitary ware with chrome fittings
Chrome shower enclosure with clear glass and thermostatically controlled shower in ensuite
Bathroom with thermostatically controlled shower over bath and screen door
CARPETS, TILING & FLOORING
Wooden flooring to kitchen and hallway
Full height tiling to shower enclosure, and around bath
Floor tiling to bathroom, ensuite and WC
Splashback tiling to wash hand basins
Carpets to bedrooms, stairs and landing
Double glazed windows in uPVC frames
Excellent levels of floor, wall and roof space insulation
Traditional brick to front facade
Gardens sown in grass seed
Feature external lighting
Allocated car parking