Impressive family country home with acres of garden and woodland

The Cross, 117 Bann Road, Ballymoney O\O £375,000 McAfee Properties tel: 028 27667676

Saturday, 1st May 2021, 10:04 am
The Cross, 117 Bann Road, Ballymoney

This impressive detached country residence featuring flexible family accommodation is nestled amongst mature landscaped gardens extending to approximately two and a half acres (plus c. 5.2 acres of woodland) providing privacy and extensive views over the surrounding areas.

The original farmhouse dates to the late 1700s.

Extensive improvements and a major extension in the 1970s provide today’s charming residence. Accommodation offers a mix of six bedrooms - three with ensuite, five reception rooms including a generous farmhouse kitchen, dining room with double doors to a landscaped patio/sun terrace, and family room, situated in the original farmhouse.

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Nestled amongst mature landscaped gardens

Ground floor: reception hall with features including a walk in wine cellar/store; lounge (5.87m x 5.13m) with French sliding door to courtyard; farmhouse kitchen (5.26m x 4.60m) with doors to family room and to utility room (4.47m x 3.25m) with door to: rear porch/sun room (3.84m x 2.92m) with superb views and door to garden; boiler house/drying room with access to garage; office/study (18’10 x 8’8) with door to front porch/sun room; family room (4.80m x 4.24m) with door to reception hall and doors to kitchen; dining room (4.85m x 3.91m) with beamed ceiling, original quarry tiled floor and doors to reception hall and to external landscaped patio area; front porch/sun room: (4.83m x 4.32m) recently redecorated and with new ceiling; recently fitted kitchen (4.22m x 3.58m) with door to exterior courtyard; master bedroom (4.78m x 3.66m) with updated ensuite; bedroom 13’9 x 11’1 (4.19m x 3.38m) with ensuite.

First floor: bedroom (4.29m x 3.38m); bedroom (4.01m x 2.67m); shower room; separate staircase to bedroom (4.65m x 5.28m) with fitted furniture and also to bedroom (5.72m x 2.69m) with door to ensuite.

Outside, the property is approached via a tree-lined avenue leading to a generous parking area and the original stone built farm building which has been preserved to include threshing barn, byre and stable with hay/corn loft above.

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Outdoor features include an array of landscaped rockeries, flowerbeds, feature pond and various patio/bbq areas

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The mature gardens and plot extends to approximately 2 1⁄2 acres comprising an array of landscaped rockeries, flowerbeds, feature pond and various patio/bbq areas

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