Set in it's own grounds extending to about 24 acres. This fine Victorian farmhouse and outbuilding combined with the quality lands offer a rare opportunity to purchase an outstanding residential farm.
The property, located between Ballynahinch & Annahilt, is convenient to Lisburn, Belfast and the motorway network.
Internally the rooms are bright and spacious, generously proportioned and enjoying pleasing views over the delightful gardens. With a stream meandering through the lands and garden to create a most pleasing setting for the residence.
A compact range of domestic and agricultural outbuildings provide good accommodation for a range of livestock including cattle, horses and/or sheep. The grounds are overlooked by an ancient fort thought to date back to early medieval times which adds a pleasing landmark to the farm.
The property is approached from a short tree lined drive to the front of the residence leading to the adjoining farmyard. The property lies between Strangford Lough and Lough Neagh, both providing good sailing facilities with water skiing available close by. For those with equestrian interests Down Royal and Downpatrick Racecourses are a short drive away with a number of Hunts and equestrian establishments within easy boxing distance of the property. There are many attractive walks in the area whilst the Dromara and Mourne Mountains provide more challenging walks.
Telephone connection point; corniced ceiling; dado rail.
White suite comprising high flush wc; wash hand basin in formica surround; extractor fan; cork tiled floor.
Antique embossed cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth; white marble chimney piece; corniced ceiling; picture rail; 2 wall lights and 2 brass picture lights; door to:-
Semi vaulted ceiling finished with pine tongue and groove timber; ceramic tiled floor; glazed Belfast sink with oak drawers, fitted cupboards under; plumbed and space for washing machine; storage shelves; doors to garden and yard; ceiling and wall lights.
Granite stone fireplace and hearth with enclosed cast iron stove; corniced ceiling; picture rail.
Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps; range of oak eye and floor level cupboards and drawers; matching leaded glass display cupboards; plate rack and display shelf; Leisure Cookmaster gas and electric range cooker with matching extractor hood and light over; plumbed space for dishwasher; part tiled walls; ceramic tiled floor; fluorescent light.
Dado Rail; corniced ceiling
White low flush wc; ½ tiled walls.
Sky blue coloured suite comprising panel bath with mixer taps and power shower over; folding shower panel; pedestal wash hand basin; heated towel radiator; ceramic tiled walls; strip light with shaver socket; hotpress with copper cylinder and Willis type immersion heater.
Range of built in furniture including 2 single wardrobes and cupboards, fully shelved; corniced ceiling; 2 reading lights.
White suite comprising quadrant tiled shower cubicle with Mira Sport electric shower; etched glass shower doors and side panels; pine vanity unit with recessed wash hand basin and brass taps; fitted towel rail and cupboards under; high flush wc with brass fittings; double built in wardrobe; pine wainscot panelling to dado rail; 12 volt ceiling lighting; extractor fan; polished pine tongue and groove floor; corniced ceiling.
Range of built in furniture including two double built in wardrobes with cupboards over; corniced ceiling.
Cobbled stone entrance walls and cattle grid leading to Bitmac drive to ample parking to front of residence and to:-
Range of outbuildings including:-
Sliding doors; light and power points; built in workbench.
Door to rear yard.
Approached from stone steps.
Double doors to field.
Automatic water trough; light point.
Cattle shute and crush gate; silage rack.
Fitted with feed trough; hay rack and automatic drinkers.
Fitted with feed trough; hay rack and automatic drinker.
Extensive mature landscaped gardens to front, side and rear.
Turco oil fired boiler.
The lands situated to the front, sides and rear of this residence and yards are currently laid down to grass and subdivided in a number of fields. The lands appear to be in good heart and are thought suitable for cutting, grazing and or arable purposes.
From Ballynahinch, proceed out the Hillsborough Road for approximately 3 miles, the entrance to the property is on the left hand side.
£168,000 = Rates Payable £1441.10 per annum (approx)
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