5 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms / 4 Reception
Attractive 5 Bed Farmhouse Circa 1894 Set Within Approx 4 Acres.
Offering Fantastic Panoramic Views Across Glen Maye and Towards the Coast.
Well Presented with Neutral Decoration to All Principal Rooms.
Entrance/ Sun Room, Lounge, Dining Room and Breakfast Room & Large Sun Lounge.
Hand Painted Fitted Kitchen, Garden Room, Utility Room & Cloakroom WC.
3 Double Bedrooms, (1 En Suite) and Family Bathroom to the 1st Floor.
2nd Floor: 2 Further Double Bedrooms with Additional Storage, Enjoying the Views.
Superb Gardens to the Front & Rear Together with Wooded Area to the Side.
Primarily Lawned with Wooded Area, Fruit Trees and Storage Sheds.
2 Large Barns Both Rebuilt Externally and Having Light & Power Installed.
Superb Conversion Potential -Subject to Planning Permission.
A Block Paved Driveway Provides Plenty of Off Road Parking Facilities.
* A SUPERB OPPORTUNITY OFFERING NUMEROUS OPPORTUNITIES *
Travel out of Peel towards Glen Maye on the Patrick Road. Travel through the village of Glen Maye passing the Waterfall Pub on the right hand side. Continue down the hill and back up the hairpin. Ballachrink Farm will be found a short distance along on the right hand side.
A half glazed stable door opens into the sun room/ entrance porch.
Sun Room / Entrance
Slate floor tiles. Glazed timber framed windows to three sides. Double glazed doors open into the reception hall.
Decorative original Victorian floor tiles to the first part and carpeted throughout the remainder of the hall. Stairs with storage beneath lead to the first floor. Doors to the reception rooms. Door to rear hall.
Dining Room 4.32m (14'2") x 3.33m (10'11")
A dual aspect room with double glazed timber framed windows to the front and side elevations. Featuring a brick built open grate fireplace with fitted shelves to one side of the chimney breast. Picture rail. Television point.
Sitting Room 3.61m (11'10") x 3.58m (11'9")
A feature fireplace with a large wooden lintel above. Built in shelving to either side of the chimney breast. The double glazed timber framed window is to the front elevation with an obscure glazed window to the side. Picture rail. Television point. Door leading through to the breakfast room.
Breakfast Room 3.45m (11'4") x 3.30m (10'10")
Quarry tiled floor. A large double glazed timber framed window to the rear elevation provides stunning countryside views. An original 1950s working fireplace to one wall with an integral oven (not currently used). Storage cupboard. Picture rail. Tongue and groove hardwood ceiling. A door leads to the rear hall.
Garden Room 5.82m (19'1") x 2.59m (8'6")
The room extends to nearly the full depth of the property and is naturally light due to the three dual aspect timber framed windows and the two 'Velux' roof windows. Slate floor tiles. A timber door opens to the outside. Door to the utility room.
Utility Room 1.93m (6'4") x 1.60m (5'3")
Dual aspect timber framed windows to the rear and side elevations. The oil fired boiler is located here alongside a 'Belfast' style ceramic sink. Plumbing and space for washing machine. Quarry tiled floor. 'Velux' roof window. A bi-fold door opens to the WC.
Fitted with a white WC. The 'Megaflo' pressurised hot water cylinder is also located here. An obscure glazed timber framed window to the rear elevation. Recessed downlight. Quarry tiled floor.
Quarry tiled floor. A door leads back to the reception hall. Storage cupboard. Tongue and groove ceiling. Steps lead down to the sun-room. Door leads through to the kitchen.
Kitchen 3.30m (10'10") x 2.72m (8'11")
The quarry tiled floor continues into the kitchen which is fitted with a range of painted pine, base, drawer and wall units together with plate racks. Background tiling complements the laminate work surfaces with an inset 4 ring gas hob and a 1 1/2 stainless steel sink. An integrated double oven and microwave are also included. Space and plumbing for dishwasher and fridge freezer. The double glazed timber framed window to the rear provides stunning countryside views. Combination light / ceiling fan.
Sun Room 3.89m (12'9") x 3.73m (12'3")
Originally a double glazed conservatory, the ceiling has now been insulated and plaster boarded and could be easily converted back if preferred. Aluminium windows to three sides and double doors opening out to the rear garden. Wood effect floor covering. Television point
A double glazed timber framed window provides superb countryside to sea views. Stairs continue to the first floor.
Bedroom 2 3.63m (11'11") x 3.45m (11'4")
A double room with a vanity sink to one corner. The double glazed timber framed window to the rear elevation provides stunning country to sea views. Television point.
Bedroom 3 3.63m (11'11") x 3.63m (11'11")
A dual aspect double bedroom with double glazed timber framed windows to the side and front elevations. Television point.
Bathroom 2.51m (8'3") x 1.78m (5'10")
Fitted with a modern white suite comprising pedestal basin, WC and a panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment. The double glazed timber framed window is to the front elevation and provides pleasant countryside views. Wood effect floor covering.
Bedroom 1 4.78m (15'8") x 3.33m (10'11")
A good size, dual aspect, double room with the double glazed timber framed windows to the side and front elevations. Double, obscure glazed doors lead into the en suite shower room.
En Suite Shower Room 3.35m (11'0") x 2.34m (7'8")
A generously proportioned, dual aspect room with double glazed timber framed windows to the side and rear elevations providing superb rural to sea views. Fitted with a white suite comprising WC, pedestal basin and a large fully tiled enclosure with a fully plumbed power shower installed. Wood effect floor covering. Combination light/ shaver point. Fitted shelves.
'Velux' roof window. Exposed purlins.
Bedroom 4 6.96m (22'10") x 3.33m (10'11")
Exposed purlins. Wired for wall lights. Storage cupboards either side of the uPVC double glazed dormer window that provide amazing views to the Mountains of Mourne (on a clear day) and across the countryside to Glen Maye. Television point.
Views From Bedroom 4
Bedroom 5 6.96m (22'10") x 3.33m (10'11")
Exposed purlins. Storage cupboards to either side of the uPVC double glazed dormer window that once again provide stunning views over Glen Maye Village, countryside, 'Bozees' Pool and the sea.
Views From Bedroom 5
The house and buildings sit in approximately 4 acres of land.
The large barn has been re-roofed and the garage rebuilt since approx 2010. Both have light and power installed. Both have been built to building regulations and subject to planning permission, offer superb potential for conversion to living accommodation. The majority of the drive is block paved and provides plenty of off road parking.
Tractor Shed / Garage 8.86m (29'1") x 4.52m (14'10")
With an up and over roller door. Four double glazed windows. Steps lead up to a mezzanine floor with full head height. Two 'Velux' windows. Damp proofed.
Split into two main areas, workshop and log store. The workshop area measures 22'4" x 15'11" and has a welding room (10'5" x 8'2") and storage room (10'1" x 7') off. The log room (15'6" x 19'2"). Stairs lead up to mezzanine floor (54'6 x 17'9") where there are six 'Velux' roof windows and power points. Steps lead down from here into the roadside garage (10'6" x 17'9") with a door opening to the outside and an up and over door to the road.
Rear Elevation Across the Gardens
Oil fired Central Heating. Bottled gas for hob. Mains water and electricity. Septic tank drainage.
Carpets and light fittings.
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