modern farm dwelling situated in its own lands extending to 1.21 acres
approximately, including a range of former stables, three large garages and
potential access to its own water well.Surrounding lands extend to 16.24 hectares which include Field 4 (option
to purchase as a building site) but excluding a moss area 2.67 acres with
Turbary rites to cut peat.The original restored farm house (of which agent estimates an age dating
from 1900's) has been extensively renovated and modernised throughout.The agent will consider offers for
house, outbuildings, lands and building site as one lot or separate offers for
either house and gardens, building site or farm land.
Oil Fired Central Heating
PVC Double Glazed Windows
Large Family/Entertaining Room With Feature Stone Wall
Master Bedroom Suitable For Ensuite Installation
3 Large Garages & Stable Block
Beautiful Countryside Location
Site With Planning For Separate dwelling With Foundations already In Place (Size Negotiable)
Additional Farm Land Extending To 46 Acres, including a Moss Area (2.67 acres) With Turbary Rites To Cut Peat Available By Separate Negotiation.
With traditional wood entrance door having lead glass design, tiled floor and stairs leading to first floor.
KITCHEN: 20' 4" X 12' 8" (6.20m X 3.86m)
With Belfast sink unit set in granite worktop, high and low level units with wood panel splash back, recess for large range with tiled splash back, extractor fan and wood mantle above, space for fridge freezer, integrated dishwasher, drawer bank, glass display cupboard, wine rack, tiled floor, under stairs storage cupboard.
UTILITY ROOM: 9' 1" X 4' 0" (2.77m X 1.22m)
With single drainer stainless steel sink unit, high level units, plumbed for automatic washing machine and tumble dryer, tiled floor, extractor fan, pedestrian door leading to rear.
With tiled floor.
LOUNGE: 21' 1" X 10' 11" (6.43m X 3.33m)
With brick fireplace set on slate hearth having open
fire with back boiler, T.V. point, wood flooring, French doors leading to rear.
LIVING ROOM: 15' 0" X 10' 11" (4.57m X 3.33m)
With feature cast iron fireplace, tiled hearth and T.V. point.
LARGE FAMILY ROOM: 31' 2" X 15' 9" (9.50m X 4.80m)
With multi fuel stove set on raised tiled fireplace with feature wood mantle above, feature original black
stone wall, patio doors to front with additional glazing on either side flooding the room with natural light,
feature cast iron radiators, T.V. and Internet point, recessed lights, tiled floor, access to roofspace.
With partial wood panelling at top of stairs, access to roofspace, hot press and immersion heater.
BEDROOM (1): 15' 11" X 12' 8" (4.85m X 3.86m)
With laminate wood floor, views to front and rear (
Please note this room is suitable for an Ensuite installation).
BEDROOM (2): 12' 8" X 11' 5" (3.86m X 3.48m)
With view to rear.
BEDROOM (3): 12' 6" X 9' 5" (3.81m X 2.87m)
With view to front.
BEDROOM (4): 12' 9" X 9' 7" (3.89m X 2.92m)
With view to front.
With white suite comprising w.c., wash hand basin with tiled splashback, bath with telephone hand shower and tiling above, fully tiled walk in shower cubicle with electric shower, tiled floor, extractor fan.
Private lane access to a large screened driveway with various out buildings comprising:
Garage 1: 17'2 x 15'5 with new roof of Bangor Blue Slates, roller door, light and power point.
Garage 2: 21'10 x 15'1 with new roof of Bangor Blue Slates, roller door and light.
Garage 3: 30'0 x 20'6 with sliding door and light.
Former stable block currently divided into 5 units (28m x 6m) extending to lean to shed. Additional hay barn.
There is also grazing areas to the front and side of the property and garden area to rear with stone wall and selection of shrubs and trees leading onto an attractive side garden.
Total area of land including field 4 (but excluding house, outbuildings & garden, 1.21 acres) is 46 acres approximately including a moss area extending to 2.67 acres with Turbary rites to cut peat.
Field 4 has planning for a separate dwelling and currently has foundations in place.
Electric is available adjacent to this site and water would have to be brought in via the lane.
Please note that the size of this site is negotiable ranging from 0.5 acre to 2.0 acres.
* Click boxes to display surrounding locations
Leaving the town of Garvagh on the A29 Drumcroon Road heading towards Coleraine, Mettican Road will be located on your left as you leave Main Street. Turn left onto Mettican Road and follow the road as it proceeds right past McAtamaneys yard. Continue along the Mettican road for approximately 1 mile where you will see a lane on the right giving access to No's 89-91. Keep to the right lane which will lead up a hill to the property.
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.
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