- Additional Information
- Share This Property
- Personal Notes
- Similar Properties
- THE FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW:
- Two bedrooms, living/dining room
- Stunning shoreline position with incredible sea views to Mull of Kintyre, Isle of Jura and Islay.
- Potential for own pier/slipway
- Sensitively restored and upgraded to provide all home comforts
- Glenarm, Cushendall, Carnlough and Glenariff Forest Park nearby
- uPVC double glazing
- Pressurised oil fired central heating and water system
- ALSO OF INTEREST:
- Licensed rental accommodation and winner of Tourist Board 'Rural Cottage of the Year'
- Perfect retreat for relaxation/contemplation or inspiration!
- Historic and popular tourist location in the 'Queen of the Glens'
- Previously part of Lady Londonderry's Estate gifted by her to Sir Winston Churchill
- High season rental £600 per week
- Catch, cook and eat your own fish/lobsters!
- Glens of Antrim spring water supply
Additional InformationThe Agent's Perspective:
"Sometimes, even for us, we are invited to sell a property which simply defies adequate description. 'Fallowvee Cottage' is such a home.
The location is simply spectacular - sitting right above the water and looking straight out to sea. The views are always changing with the time of day and different weather patterns.
Inside, the cottage has all the creature comforts to make this a delightful place to live - summer or winter.
It simply has to be seen to be fully appreciated. It will "do your heart good".
- Multi-point locking front door.
- ENTRANCE HALL:
- BEDROOM (1):
- 4.57m x 3.28m (15' 0" x 10' 9")
Fireplace, tiled hearth. Stunning views. (double bedroom)
- 4.5m x 1.83m (14' 9" x 6' 0")
White suite comprising panelled bath, chrome mixer taps and power telephone hand shower. Low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin. Part tiled walls. Tiled travertine floor. Recessed lighting. Hotpress with hotwater cylinder. Stunning views.
- Stairs to upper and lower levels. Hotpress with hotwater cylinder. Stunning views.
- BEDROOM (2):
- 4.88m x 2.74m (16' 0" x 9' 0")
Twin double glazed velux windows (twin bedroom)
- Access to eaves storage.
- LIVING/DINING ROOM:
- 7.77m x 4.42m (25' 6" x 14' 6")
Rustic fireplace. Old stone flagged floor. Sliding uPVC double glazed doors to garden. Stunning views. Archway to:
- 4.88m x 2.74m (16' 0" x 9' 0")
Extensive range of cream shaker style high and low level cupboards, laminate worktops. Single drainer enamel sink unit with mixer taps. Plumbed for washing machine. Cream Rayburn range (feature only). Old stone flagged floor, tiled and painted wood panelled units.
- Pebbled off street parking for several cars. Double entrance gates. Gardens in grass leading to the waters edge. Former pier with potential to be rebuilt as berth for boat.
- Metal oil fired central heating boiler house.
Follow teh coast road from Glenarm past Carnlough towards Cushendall and 'Fallowvee Cottage' is on seaward side of Garron Road - facing Mull of Kintyre!
Share this property
Add a personal note about this property
You can add your own personal notes about this property.
You can view all your notes by going to My PropertyPal.com.
You can remove this note at any time.
How much will it cost?
Most Popular Ranking Today in
Are you selling this property?
Promote your listing on PropertyPal to get more exposure and put your property in front of the right people.
Not your property? Click here to search for your property.
Option 1: Boost It Back
Increase views of your property with a single boost back up the natural listings.
Option 2: Featured Listing
Get one Boost It Back every week for the duration of your order.
Additionally, your property appears as featured at the top of the search results on selected dates and locations.
Option 3: Premier Listing
Get an automatic Boost It Back every week for the next 4 weeks.
Additionally, your property appears as enhanced with extra photos and a description for the lifetime of your listing.
Spotted a Problem? Even the best agents make mistakes, help us to maintain accurate property information on our listings. Report a problem »