A delightful country residence set amidst c. 2.4 acres of mature gardens including a paddock c. 1.3 acres, a tennis court, exterior games room, stable and the option to purchase a building plot with Full Planning Permission for a contemporary new home.
Number 136 was designed and built by the current owners and it’s not hard to see why they have stayed whilst raising a family. Firstly -its surrounded by private mature grounds whilst enjoying a southerly aspect to the rear with various patio areas and secondly – its a super convenient location for commuting or visiting the famous North Coast.
Accommodation wise this fine dwelling offers superb family living quarters including five bedrooms (master ensuite), a luxurious family bathroom and 4 reception rooms including the exceptionally well equipped kitchen/dining room which is open plan to a fantastic curved sun room overlooking the rear gardens. There’s also 2 ground floor cloakrooms, a rear reception hall, a spacious utility room plus a large integral garage.
Most rooms enjoy a delightful outlook over the mature gardens and the surrounding countryside whilst externally number 136 offers something for all the family – an exterior games room and a tennis court; with the paddock and stable meeting the needs of the equestrian minded or for that move towards self sufficiency – erect your own poly tunnels and possibly even graze some sheep alongside your very own chicken run!
The property and grounds have been meticulously maintained and updated whilst planning has provided large yet fairly low maintenance gardens. As such we highly recommend internal viewing to fully appreciate the flexible arrangement of accommodation, convenient situation and delightful exterior grounds of the same.
The property enjoys a rural situation yet only a few minutes drive to Ballymoney town and the main A26 Frosses Road for commuting further afield. It’s also well situated to access the famous North Coast and all its many attractions. Leave Ballymoney town on the Portrush Road turning right at the Portrush Road roundabout and then left after c. 0.3 miles onto the Knock Road. Continue for c. 2.3 miles and the property is situated on the left hand side.
Covered Veranda Area: With attractive paving/seating area to the front
Reception Porch: Feature celtic style glazing to the front
Lounge: (5.84m x 4.19m): Feature low level corner window to the front and a raised marble hearth with an inset open fireplace
Dining Room: (6.27m x 3.45m): A delightful double aspect room with a superb outlook over the rear gardens
Kitchen/Dinette/Sun Room: (7.85m x 6.58m) (L-shaped): With an extensive range of maple finished eye and low level units and granite worktops, feature curved sun room area providing a delightful outlook over the mature gardens
Utility Room: (3.48m x 2.26m)
Family Room: (4.27m x 3.96m): Tiled fireplace and hearth in a stone type surround with a slate hearth
Bedroom 1: (4.75m x 3.86m) (widest points): With an ensuite
Bedroom 2: (5.59m x 4.88m): With a range of fitted bedroom furniture including wardrobes, drawer sets, bedside lockers
Bedroom 3: (3.99m x 3.89m) (size excluding the deep fitted wardrobes), fitted drawer packs and a desk study area including a great outlook over the rear gardens
Bedroom 4: (3.96m x 3.89m): The size includes the fitted bedroom furniture and dressing table area. Theres also solid wood fitted flooring and great views to the front.
Bedroom 5/Study: (2.97m x 1.93m): Presently used as a study with a fitted desk, eye and low level units and super views over the gardens towards the surrounding countrywide.
Bathroom and w.c combined: A luxury fitted bathroom including a freestanding roll top bath with claw feet, w.c with a feature high level cistern, traditional style cast iron radiator, Amtico flooring.
Integral Garage: (6.98m x 4.98m): With an electric up and over sectional door
Pillar entrance with a sweeping tarmac driveway
Enclosed full size tennis court secluded by surrounding gardens laid in lawn and mature hedges/tree lined boundary.
External Games Room/Gym/Store: (8.46m x 5.74m)
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