four bedroom detached family home that offers both a contemporary atmosphere and
charm throughout and which is situated on a delightful and rural setting on the
edge of Portstewart. Having been constructed circa 1999 by well renowned local
builder, Matt McAuley of MAM Developments, the property has been finished to a
terrific finish and specification throughout. Internally the property is both
bright and spacious and has been creatively and beautifully presented by the
current owners with partial views over Portstewart and to the Donegal Headlands.
The property itself is set in an exclusive cul de sac of only five detached
residences and has been designed with modern and traditional themes offering a
warm and stylish atmosphere in every room. This is a fantastic and one off
opportunity to acquire a fabulous family home of great design and
Oil Fired Central Heating
PVC Double Glazed Windows
uPVC Fascia, Soffits & Downpipes
Popular Residential Area
Pressurised Water System
With under stairs storage cupboard, pine sheeted wall, thermostat controls and Karndean flooring. (average)
With w.c., wash hand basin with tiled splashback, extractor fan and Karndean flooring.
LOUNGE: 18' 0" X 15' 8" (5.49m X 4.78m)
With wood surround fireplace with cast iron inset and tiled hearth with Karndean flooring.
SUN ROOM: 12' 2" X 10' 8" (3.71m X 3.25m)
With Plantation window shutters, Karndean flooring and PVC French doors leading to rear garden.
OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/DINING/FAMILY AREA: 23' 9" X 22' 8" (7.24m X 6.91m)
With "Blanco" bowl and a half single drainer stainless steel sink unit set in granite worktops with upstands, "Quooker" boiling tap, high and low level units with under unit lighting, full wall units, island set in granite worktop with seating for two people, eye level "Neff Slide & Hide" oven, combi eye level microwave, induction hob, ceiling cooker hood stainless steel extractor fan with light, integrated fridge freezer, saucepan drawers, wine rack and wine cooler set in island, illuminated suspended ceiling, larder with pull out drawers, recessed lighting, vertical radiator, illuminated shelving and French doors leading to rear garden.
With connected flu suitable for wood burning stove.
UTILITY ROOM: 11' 10" X 6' 0" (3.61m X 1.83m)
With bowl and half single drainer stainless steel sink unit, high and low level built in units with tiling between, plumbed for automatic washing machine, space for fridge freezer and tumble dryer and Karndean flooring.
With hot press and additional storage cupboard.
BEDROOM (1): 15' 7" X 12' 0" (4.75m X 3.66m)
With laminate wood floor.
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM:
Ensuite with w.c., wash hand basin with tiled splashback, fully tiled walk in shower cubicle with mains shower and extractor fan.
BEDROOM (2): 15' 8" X 14' 4" (4.78m X 4.37m)
With built in hidden wardrobe storage, illuminate bed frame and Velux" window.
BEDROOM (3): 11' 5" X 11' 1" (3.48m X 3.38m)
With access to roof space and laminate wood floor.
BEDROOM (4): 11' 4" X 10' 8" (3.45m X 3.25m)
With double built in wardrobe and laminate wood floor.
With white suite comprising w.c., wash hand basin, large walk in shower cubicle with rainfall mains shower, telephone hand shower over panelled bath, vertical heated towel rail, half tiled walls and tiled floor.
Garden to rear is laid in lawn and fenced n with decked area. Path surrounding the property. Additional timber decked area with bar and seating area, light and power points. Garden to front is laid in lawn and fully enclosed. Storage lean to shed and additional shed. Integral garage 17"8 x 11"4 with roller door, boiler and light and power points.
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Approaching Portstewart on the Coleraine Road turn right at Flowerfield Arts Centre onto the Agherton Road. Take your fifth left into Agherton Close and No.1 will be the first property on your left hand side.
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.
Armstrong Gordon are delighted to have access to a number of top local independent Rics Surveyors and can arrange for a quote for any level of survey as per the Rics levels below.
Helping you choose the right survey
Why do you need an RICS Home Survey? Because forewarned is forearmed. Choosing the right survey will help highlight any serious problems and advise you of the specific risks before you commit to the process of buying or selling a property.
RICS has three different levels of survey (outlined overleaf). These can only be conducted by an RICS qualified surveyor.
Reliable and cost effective, these reports carry the full weight of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors – the industry’s most respected authority on surveying. Buying a home
It’s important to remember that your mortgage lender’s valuation report is not a survey. It merely tells your lender whether or not the property is reasonable security for your loan. An RICS survey will tell you the actual condition of the property. That’s vital information that can be invaluable during price negotiations, and will also help you avoid expensive surprises after you’ve moved in. There is an option for an RICS HomeBuyer Report (Survey level 2) which also includes a valuation as a standard part of the service for your own purposes.
Selling a home
An RICS survey can be an aid to selling your home. It will show you any problems that may delay your sale or cause price reductions later in the process.
Staying at home
A survey of the current condition of your home will warn you of defects and help you avoid escalating repair and maintenance costs in the future.