A Luxurious Location - The Malone road in Belfast has long been considered one of the most desirable addresses in the Province. Few places manage to combine village style peacefulness with the vibrancy of a prestigious suburb set just minutes from Belfast's City Centre. Situated directly on the Malone Road, Montpelier Park nestles amongst the quite splendour and tree-lined avenues of Marlborough, Cadogan, Notting Hill and Cleaver Park. However, walk just a few minutes from your front door and you can enjoy the metropolitan bustle, arts and culture that make up the Lisburn Road.
The Lisburn Road is the go-to weekend destination for all ages who want to unwind, shop and eat in appealing surroundings and amongst some of the best boutiques, artisan eateries and coffee houses in Belfast.
The more active residents can enjoy the great outdoors with various pursuits on offer at nearby parks, on the Lagan river and alone its towpath, as well as the excellent 18-hole course at nearby Malone Golf Club. For the day-to-day of family life, South Belfast has excellent schooling for all ages, as well as the world renowned Queen's University located just down the road. Commuters are also well catered fro; as well as being just 2.5 miles from Belfast City Centre, Montpelier Park is close to the M1 motorway network allowing for convenient travel around and beyond the city. For those travelling further afield, the George Best City Airport and Port of Belfast respectively are only a twenty-minute drive away.
KITCHEN - Finished with high quality gloss Kitchen from Kitchen Design Centre.
BATHROOM, EN-SUITE & WC - Villeroy & Boch white sanitary ware with quality chrome fittings and hand painted vanity unit. Quality Adamsez bath with Grohe thermos bath / shower mixer. Grohe concealed drench shower to en-suites. Chrome towel radiators to bathrooms and en-suites. Feature spot lighting.
FLOORING/TILING - Tiled floor to hallway, kitchen / dining, bathroom and en-suite. Premium carpet in bedrooms.
HEATING - Gas condensing energy efficient Worcester Bosch boiler. Underfloor heating throughout.
INTERNAL FEATURES - Painted hardwood doors, painted architraves and skirtings. High quality ironmongery. Comprehensive range of quality brushed stainless steel slim line electrical sockets, switches and phone points. Pre-wired for security alarm. Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
EXTERNAL FEATURES - External landscaping and paved pathways. Communal parking to The Gilmore. Private parking to The Wrixton. Front and rear external lighting. Traditional cavity wall construction. Victorian Red Multi brick and render finish. Triple glazed, high quality uPVC windows. Natural Spanish Slate roof.
WARRANTY - 10 year warranty provided by CRL.
BEDROOM (1): 12' 8" X 12' 4" (3.86m X 3.76m)
BEDROOM (3): 12' 8" X 12' 5" (3.86m X 3.78m)
KITCHEN: 10' 3" X 9' 1" (3.12m X 2.77m)
DINING ROOM: 10' 9" X 9' 0" (3.28m X 2.74m)
BEDROOM (2): 18' 9" X 9' 4" (5.72m X 2.84m)
BATHROOM: 10' 0" X 5' 9" (3.05m X 1.75m)
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Heading up the Malone Road out of Belfast, Monteplier Park is located on the left hand side after Adelaide Park.
Disclaimer: The following calculations act as a guide only, and are based on a typical repayment mortgage model. Financial decisions should not be made based on these calculations and accuracy is not guaranteed. Always seek professional advice before making any financial decisions.
Advice on Stamp Duty
Stamp Duty Land Tax is a percentage paid on the purchase of a home or non-residential property to the Inland Revenue. How Stamp duty is calculated
Stamp Duty is worked out as a percentage of the whole value of the property, and the percentage rate payable is graded into bands as follows:
0% on properties between £0 - £125,000
2% on properties between £125,000 and £250,000
5% on properties between £250,000 and £925,000
10% on properties between £925,000 and £1,500,00012% on properties over £1,500,000
E.g. If you are buying a property at £140,000 you will have to pay stamp duty land tax of £300 i.e. 2% of £15,000.
Payment of Stamp Duty or claiming relief
Stamp duty is payable upon completion of the purchase of a property and your solicitor will have previously asked you to complete and sign an SDLT return. A return is completed even if you are eligible for stamp duty exemption and your solicitor will assist you with the completion of these forms, and will deal with the formalities of payment and lodging the forms.