|Address||48 Drumgooland Road, Closkelt, Ballyward|
|Style||Detached Small Holding|
|Price||Offers around £195,000|
Small farm holding with traditional stone-built two storey farmhouse with a useful range of outbuildings, in need of renovation, enjoying a most pleasant rural location but only a 15-minute drive to Banbridge with its exclusive shops selling artisan goods, boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants, whilst also being close to several golf courses and other recreational facilities.
This is a unique opportunity to purchase a traditional built farm house with great potential. The small holding, wihch extends to just over two acres, includes a range of outbuilding and land suitable for anyone with equestrian interests or those looking to operate a small farm or indeed small business, in a most delightful country setting.
Bangor Blue slated roof
Smooth rendered exterior
Large sitting room
Live-in kitchen scullery
Walk-in pantry areaUtility
Small family room/office adjacent to kitchen
Stairway, hall and landing at split level
Adjoining potting shed/store
Yard area to rear
Casement Round Top windows
No. 1. - Belfast brick style coach house with adjacent poultry house. (recently replaced corrugated iron roof). (in fair condition)
No. 2. - Stone built cattle byre with Bangor blue slated roof (In fair condition)
No. 3. - Stone built hay store with Bangor blue slated roof (Needing renovation)
No. 4. - Stone built grain store with loft (recently replaced corrugated iron roof) (in fair condition)
Other valuable points:
Private stoned country laneway, lined with wild flowers, thorn and bramble hedging.
Mains Water, Electricity and telephone nearby
Within easy commuting distance. 15 minute commute to Banbridge.
Fantastic Views of the Mourne mountain range and surrounding countryside.
Nearby schools, churches and shops.
Full planning permission granted for replacement farmhouse if preferred rather than renovation.
Please note: Plans are not to scale and are for identification purposes only.