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Key Information

Price Offers around £195,000
Style Shop With Living Accomodation
Status For sale


  • Georgian Gentleman’s Residence
  • Residential dwelling as townhouse
  • Adjacent retail unit (with store & rear access)
  • Substantial sheds and workshops
  • 8 Bedrooms (2 with en-suite)
  • Conservatory (utility room off)
  • Kitchen with granite worktops
  • Rear garden with 2 entrance gates
  • Oil fired central heating system
  • PVC double glazed windows
  • 21 panel, 4.2 KW solar electric array
  • 4 panel solar water system
  • Broseley 26 KW woodburning stove (in kitchen) with income from RHI scheme and connected to central heating system
  • All fireplaces working and with chimney flaps
  • Formerly petrol station
  • Large garage with pit and loft storage
  • Stables to rear ideal for a variety of uses
  • No forwarding chain
  • De-listed building

Additional Information

Homes Independent are thrilled to bring to the market this Georgian Gentleman's Residence in the picturesque seaside village of Glenarm on the North Antrim coast. Boasting 8 bedrooms, this formerly listed Georgian home has been modernised to meet the needs of modern living yet retaining or restoring many of the original features of the house. With superb convenience to all Glenarm's amenities this unique dwelling will appeal to a wide range of purchasers and we are confident that your expectations will be surpassed. This detached dwelling boasts the addition of a shop to the side of the property which can be used for a variety of uses (subject to approvals), with a secluded garden enclosed yard to rear with large carport, 2 storey workshop and additional workshop/shed, the potential with this property is endless.


ENTRANCE HALL:  With ceramic tiled flooring


RETAIL UNIT 53' 9" x 12' 0" (16.38m x 3.66m)


KITCHEN: 25' 0" x 12' 3" (7.62m x 3.73m) With a range of eye and low level fitted solid wooden units, with granite worktops and breakfast bar area. Belfast sink, integrated hob and double oven with glass and chrome extractor fan over. Integrated fridge/ freezer. Integrated dishwasher and space for microwave. Casual dining area with large woodburning stove (dual heating system) Spotlighting to ceiling. Porcelain tiled flooring.


CONSERVATORY: 17' 3" x 8' 6" (5.26m x 2.59m) With tiled flooring. Utility area off with fitted sink and plumbed for washing machine



BEDROOM (2): 15' 3" x 8' 3" (4.65m x 2.51m)


ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM:  With LFWC, WHB and electric shower to enclosed corner cubicle. Part tiled walls, mosaic tiled flooring


BEDROOM (3): 12' 12" x 12' 12" (3.96m x 3.96m) With cast iron fireplace, tiled hearth, granite surround and mantle (currently used as sitting room)


BEDROOM (4): 12' 6" x 10' 12" (3.81m x 3.35m) With cast iron fireplace


BEDROOM (5): 12' 9" x 10' 3" (3.89m x 3.12m)


BEDROOM (6): 12' 6" x 7' 6" (3.81m x 2.29m)


STUDY 9' 3" x 6' 12" (2.82m x 2.13m)


BATHROOM:  With 3-piece white suite comprising LFWC, WHB and panelled bath with electric shower over. Towel rail. Part tiled walls. Tiled flooring




MASTER BEDROOM: 14' 6" x 12' 3" (4.42m x 3.73m) With eaves storage. Velux window


ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM: 14' 3" x 8' 3" (4.34m x 2.51m) With 4-piece white suite comprising LFWC, WHB, sunken bath and shower to feature mosaic tiled cubicle.


BEDROOM (7): 14' 0" x 11' 6" (4.27m x 3.51m) With eaves storage. Velux window


BEDROOM (8): 12' 0" x 5' 9" (3.66m x 1.75m)




TWO STOREY WORKSHOP: 33' 0" x 22' 0" (10.06m x 6.71m)


WORKSHOP: 19' 9" x 14' 2" (6.02m x 4.32m)


Parking to front of property. Access to rear via car port to large enclosed rear yard. Secluded and enclosed garden in lawn to rear with endless potential.


The old photo was taken in the 1930’s when the building housed two businesses with living accommodation above. Looking at the front of the building, the right-hand part housed a draper’s shop, while the left hand was used as a grocer’s shop. The forecourt petrol pumps existed from the 1920’s. The grocers shop continued under different owners until 2013

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