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The Listing of Prospect House offers a rare opportunity to purchase an exceptional period residence built c. 1930's and occupying a choice mature setting yet within a short walk to the town centre and amenities. It's only on the odd occasion that any agent gets the privilege to list such a superb residence which offers great accommodation with modern amenities whilst retaining all it's original features and charm.
This includes 4 plus bedrooms (master ensuite) and 4 reception room as desired to include the large kitchen dining (ideal for entertaining!) which is open plan to the sitting room; a feature double aspect living room plus a feature sun room to the rear with a partly glazed vaulted ceiling.
The original features include the retro styled panelled balustrade staircase, panel internal doors, deep skirtings, high level ceilings with covings; and complimentary stained and leaded glass windows. Externally the property is bordered by extensively planted mature garden and patio areas and so providing great BBQ/entertainment opportunities whilst the areas in lawn allow for the kids or grand children to run wild! A double access driveway with pillar entrances approaches the house with good parking areas for the family and visitors alike.
As such Prospect House offers the discerning buyer a superb opportunity to purchase a substantial period residence with mature and private gardens yet with all the conveniences of town living and access to transport links for commuting if required.
We therefore highly recommend early internal inspection to appreciate the accommodation, flexible layout and delightful features of the same.
Please note that viewing is strictly by appointment only.
The property occupies a choice situation on the edge of Ballymoney town centre and within walking distance of all the local amenities. It is also conveniently within a minutes drive to the main Frosses Road providing easy connections for commuting or for visiting the North Antrim Coast with its array of beaches, golfing and visitor attractions.
Leave the town centre on the Coleraine Road and turn left at the mini roundabout continuing on the Coleraine Road. After c. 0.2 miles no. 41 is situated on the right hand side.
Original partly stained glass door to the front, tiled floor and a bevelled glass panel door to the reception hall
High level ceilings with the original coving, solid Herringbone bone wooden flooring, partly stained and leaded glass windows to the front, the sweeping panelled staircase to the first floor with a cloaks cupboard below and a large separate cloakroom with a w.c, wall mounted wash hand basin with a tiled splashback, solid wood flooring and recessed ceiling lights.
Lounge: 19'2 x 11'11 (5.84m x 3.63m) (the size excludes the bay window and the recessed fireplace surround)
Attractive marble fireplace and hearth in a retro style wood surround, feature leaded windows to both sides, high level ceiling with the original coving, T.V. point and a pleasant double aspect with windows overlooking the mature front and rear gardens.
Family Room: 19'11 x 8'9 (6.07m x 2.67m)
Original antique fireplace with a tiled hearth, built in storage units and shelving to either side, solid wood flooring, ceiling coving, feature rooflight window and 2 large windows overlooking the rear garden areas.
Sitting Room: 16'0 x 11'10 (4.88m x 3.61m)
Attractive cast iron fireplace with a tiled inset and slate hearth, original antique surround, solid wood flooring, high level ceiling with the original coving, T.V point, bow window to the front and open plan to the kitchen/dining room.
Kitchen/Dining Room: 20'10 x 20'1 (6.35m x 6.12m)
With a range of fitted solid pippy inframe units, granite worktops, Belfast double sink with mixer tap, larder unit, housing and plumbed for an American style fridge/freezer with a wine rack above, integrated dishwasher, island unit with pan drawers, a feature red brick column to the ceiling, tiled floor, recessed ceiling lights, open plan to the family room and feature focal point being the AGA oil fired range in a feature brick surround with a beam overmantle.
Utility Room: 13'10 x 8'0 (4.22m x 2.44m)
With a range of fitted units, double drainer stainless steel sink, plumbed for an automatic washing machine, tiled splashback around the worktops, space for a tumble dryer, tiled floor and the fitted oil fired boiler.
Sun Room: 11'11 x 11'6 (3.63m x 3.51m)
With a feature vaulted and part glazed ceiling, glazed french doors and side units overlooking the rear garden, tiled floor, recessed ceiling lights and a raised multi fuel corner stove with a brick surround and beam overmantle.
With a tiled floor, a feature stained glass window to the sun room and a separate cloakroom comprising a w.c, a large pedestal wash hand basin and built in storage.
First Floor Accommodation
Gallery Landing Area:
With a glazed door and glazed side units to the exterior balcony area, attractive original balustrade wood panelling and a walk in shelved airing cupboard with a light.
Master Bedroom: 13'7 x 13'3 (4.14m x 4.04m) (size includes the fitted mirror sliderobes)
With a large window overlooking the front gardens, feature stained glass windows to either side of the bed/sleeping area, solid wood flooring, fitted mirror sliderobes and a bevelled glass panel door to the ensuite including a built in vanity unit with storage and a contemporary sink with mixer tap, partly tiled walls, a heated chrome towel rail, w.c, solid wood flooring and a spacious tiled shower cubicle with a mixer shower and a glazed enclosure.
Bedroom 2: 13'7 x 8'10 (4.14m x 2.69m)
With ceiling coving, built in storage cupboards and the original wood panelling detail below the large window which provides a great outlook over the rear.
Bedroom 3: 10'8 x 10'8 (3.25m x 3.25m)
The size excludes the recessed area with a large fitted pedestal wash hand basin and tiled splash back; dado rail, fitted storage cupboard and a large window overlooking the front garden with wood panel detailing below.
Bedroom 4: 11'11 x 8'10 (3.63m x 2.69m) (at widest points including the recessed shelved areas)
With a picture rail and a large window overlooking the rear with the original wood panel detailing below.
Bathroom & w.c combined:
Comprising a freestanding roll top bath with a telephone hand shower, w.c, large pedestal wash hand basin, a built in double storage cupboard, pine sheeted ceiling with recessed ceiling lights, extractor fan and a tiled shower cubicle with an electric shower and a glazed enclosure.
Sweeping tarmac driveway and kerb edging with 2 accesses and a continuous loop from the Coleraine Road continuing to the side with generous parking and to the garage at the side.
The mature front garden, have areas laid in lawn, a mature hedge boundary to the front, a range of mature trees, a brick pavia patio area and an array of shrubs/planting in including Rhododendrons and Azalea.
Detached Garage: 20'5 x 17'5 (6.22m x 5.31m)
With a roller door, light, power points and a pedestrian door.
Adjacent Store: 20'6 x 7'9 (6.25m x 2.36m)
With a light.
The large rear garden has an area laid in lawn, mature borders, an array of planting including mature trees and large patio areas.
Exceptional Period residence.
Originally built c. 1930's with later additions to provide a sizeable family home whilst retaining many of the original features.
4 bedrooms including the master ensuite.
4 reception rooms including a large kitchen/dining room open plan to a sitting room; a -double aspect living room; family room and a feature sun with a partly glazed vaulted ceiling.
Original features including the retro panelled balustrade staircase, panel internal doors, deep skirtings, high level ceilings on the ground floor with ceiling coving; and the modern complimentary stained and leaded glass windows (where applicable).
Double vehicular access via pillar entrances from the Coleraine Road through the mature gardens to the front.
Extensively planted and private garden areas with an array of shrubs, doted with mature trees and a large patio entertainment area to the rear gardens.
Feature first floor balcony overlooking the front gardens.
Large uPVC double glazed windows complimenting the original style – many with stained glass openings – providing lots of natural light throughout.
Although conveniently within walking distance to the town centre it feels like a little oasis with privacy provided by the surrounding mature gardens.
Great position with all transport links nearby for commuting further afield.
Oil fired heating system.
Large detached garage and adjacent store.
Spacious partially floored attic with access via a large wooden slingsby – could possibly be converted to further accommodation subject to the relevant approvals.
A superb period town property with flexible living accommodation and modern amenities complimenting the original period features.
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