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- 3 Bed Bungalow & Garage/Workshop
- Lounge/Dining/Kitchen/Family Room/Utility/Bathroom
- Semi-Rural Location
- Front Garden, Driveway & Rear Garden
- OFCH/Wood Framed Double Glazing
- EPC Rating: E40
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This well-proportioned bungalow on a substantial site is situated in a small hamlet on the Blackrock Road only 5 minutes’ drive from the quaint village of Kilrea, with front garden, tarmac driveway, attached garage/workshop and a private rear garden overlooking fields at the rear.
Internally the property would benefit from modernisation but provides excellent family accommodation comprising of, entrance hall, lounge, dining room, family room with double doors to rear patio, kitchen and utility room with access to the garage. From a rear hall, 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Externally, there is a front and rear garden, rear patio and access to the attached garage/workshop from the rear. The property has Oil Fired Central Heating and wood framed double glazing.
Lounge With fire place and aspect over the front garden
Dining Through dining room leading to
Family Room With double doors to patio
Kitchen Range of high and low level units, aspect over the side and corner bench seating
Utility Room Low level units, OFCH boiler and access to garage/workshop
Bedroom 1 Aspect to the front
Bedroom 2 Aspect to the rear
Bedroom 3 Aspect to the front
Bathroom 3 pc coloured suite
Outside Large garage/workshop with rear roller door.
Gardens Front and rear overlooking fields to the rear.
NAV £145,000 - (Land & Property Service (LPS) provides the Capital Value of domestic property and the Net Annual Value (NAV) for rating purposes.)
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