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If you are looking for a 'rural idyll' on a quiet country road with outstanding views over picturesque countryside then No. 9 should exceed all expectations. It’s a superb elevated situation with mature grounds extending to circa 0.7 acres enjoying a southerly aspect to the rear overlooking the valley and 'River Bush' below.
The accommodation itself is well proportioned and in excellent condition throughout to include a recently fitted kitchen which is open plan to the dining room; leading to the delightful double aspect lounge/living room with patio doors giving a superb outlook; a contemporary bathroom and 3 bedrooms.
Although quite modern internally the finish compliments the traditional construction and setting of the same. As such we highly recommend internal viewing to fully appreciate the choice setting of this delightful country residence.
As mentioned the property occupies a superb situation but also with many well known local landmarks nearby e.g The Famous Dark Hedges (as featured on the Game of Thrones series); the local ‘Metal Bridge’ within walking distance; and the famous Causeway Coast with it’s many beaches and golf courses within a short drive.
From the A26 Frosses Road at Ballymoneyturn onto the Kirk Road (sign posted to Stranocum and Gracehill Golf Course). Continue for circa 4 miles to the village of Stranocum. Continue through the same crossing over the Bush River and then turn right onto the Livery Road. After circa 0.3 miles the property is situated on the right hand side.
uPVC front door, feature stained glass window, recessed ceiling lights, ceiling coving, double airing cupboard and a tiled floor.
Lounge: 15'11 x 11'11 (4.85m x 3.63m)
A delightful double aspect room with outstanding views through the patio door and glazed window (to the rear) overlooking the surrounding countryside and River Bush below; multi fuel stove with a beam mantle and a slate hearth, high level T.V. Point, tiled floor, ceiling coving and an archway to the dining room.
Kitchen: 13'0 x 8'8 (3.96m x 2.64m)
A recently fitted ‘Orlee ’ kitchen with a super range of fitted eye and low level units, single bowl and drainer stainless steel sink unit, ceramic hob, glass and stainless steel extractor canopy, eye level oven, housing and plumbing for an American style fridge freezer, integrated dishwasher, pan drawers, tiled between the worktop and the eye level units, tiled floor, recessed ceiling lights, integrated/concealed units for the washing machine and tumble dryer, contemporary wall mounted radiator, open plan to the dining room and fantastic views over the countryside/valley and River Bush to the rear.
Dining Room: 11'9 x 8'3 (3.58m x 2.51m)
Open plan to the lounge and the kitchen, large glazed wall mounted display unit, high level T.V. point, tiled floor and (again) super views to the rear.
Bedroom 1: 13'1 x 8'10 (3.99m x 2.69m)
With a high level T.V. point and ceiling coving.
Bedroom 2: 12'2 x 8'10 (3.71m x 2.69m)
With ceiling coving and enjoying the fantastic views to the rear.
Bedroom 3: 8'9 x 8'9 (2.67m x 2.67m)
With ceiling coving.
Bathroom and w.c combined:
A contemporary suite including a panel bath – wide end with a shower area and a Heat Store electric shower, w.c, vanity unit with storage below, heated towel rail, tiled walls, tiled floor, recessed ceiling lights and an extractor fan.
The property occupies an absolutely superb elevated rural situation with outstanding views over the countryside valley and River Bush to the rear.
Garden areas border the property to the front with the feature dry stone wall and oak tree.
Generous parking is situated to the front and to the rear in a tarmac finish.
Pavia paths surround the house itself leading to the extensive and recently installed southerly facing patio/dining/BBQ area at the rear – which enjoys the fantastic outlook over the extensive rear garden with feature a part dry stone wall boundary with various planting including a hazel nut tree, cypress tree and various shrubs.
Potting shed with slates roof.
uPVC oil tank – circa 2500 litre capacity.
Outside lights and a tap.
A 'rural idyll' property occupying a choice elevated situation.
Outstanding views to the rear over the surrounding countryside and Bush River in the valley below.
Mature grounds extending to circa 0.7 acres with feature dry stone boundary walls.
The rear also enjoys a southerly aspect with a large patio area for entertaining – weather permitting!
Recently fitted kitchen and a contemporary bathroom.
Delightful double aspect lounge/living room with patio doors to the rear.
The modern interior compliments the traditional construction.
3 well proportioned bedrooms.
uPVC double glazed windows.
uPVC fascia and soffit boards.
Oil fired heating system- recently fitted ‘firebird’ condensing oil fired burner.
Generous external parking areas.
Viewing highly recommend to fully appreciate the same.
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