Recently Constructed Family Home On An Elevated Site
It Has The Form Of An Old Irish Cottage On The Outside
And A Georgian Residence With Large Windows
And Thick Walls On The Inside
Panoramic Views Towards Lough Neagh And Beyond At The Front
EPC : B81
Spacious entrance hall with ½ door
Lounge with double fronted wood burning stove
Cream and grey coloured shaker style kitchen
Dining area and family area off kitchen
Four bedrooms (master with en-suite and dressing room)
Bathroom with white suite
PVC double glazed sash windows (except 4 which aren't sash)
Oil fired heating (Wirsbo under floor heating system)
Gardens laid in lawn
Stoned drive and parking area
This fine cottage style home was designed and built by its current owners to a high specification. Approaching the house up the stoned driveway, the property looks like an old Irish cottage with its 'slapdash' white walls and black slate roof. Its only when you get up to the house, that you realise its not an old cottage, but a fine 'new build' bungalow. The front rooms of the house echo features from the Georgian era with its high ceilings, large picture windows and thick walls which are chamfered around the window reveals to let more light in. The external walls at the back of the house revert back to a standard thickness. The kitchen with its 'free standing' styled units opens onto a family and dining area. The family area benefits from the second side of the double fronted wood burning stove that is in the lounge.
There are four spacious bedrooms, the master has a walk-in wardrobe and an en-suite, all warmed by under floor, oil fired heating.
The property holds a commanding position on an elevated site with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside and beyond towards Lough Neagh, Sperrin mountains and the Glenshane pass.