'Lisnamore', 22 Drakesbridge Road, Crossgar, County Down, BT30 9EW
For Sale Offers in the region of £800,000 Convert to EUR
|Property Type:||Detached House||Price:||Offers in the region of £800,000 Convert to EUR|
|Bedrooms:||4||Offer Status:||For Sale|
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Michael Dunn Property Consultant
'Rosebank' 54 Quarry Hill, Strangford, BT30 7LZ
Features of this property
- Beautiful country house and gardens with stables, restored stone barn and approx. 20 acres of excellent land
- Victorian house which has been sympathetically extended and refurbished
- Impressive hallway and three separate reception rooms
- Spacious handcrafted country style kitchen with Aga and large Utility Room
- Master bedroom with ensuite and balcony overlooking gardens, lake and fields
- Three further double bedrooms (2 sharing an ensuite)
- Period style family bathroom
- Oil fired central heating (under floor to ground floor)
- High quality PVC double glazed sliding sash windows with pine sill boards
- Oak internal doors, architraves and skirting boards
- Beam internal vacuum system, excellent electrical specification, alarm system
- Original stone barn refurbished to provide smart office/ games room with wood burning stove, workshop, tack room & stores
- Two good stable blocks with Bangor blue slate roofs
- Beautifully landscaped gardens including lawns, small lake, mature specimen trees & shrubs etc., stone walls and tennis court.
- Approximately 20 acres of land laid out in well maintained fields
- Within walking distance of Crossgar village, bus route to excellent local schools
- Within 10 minutes of Downpatrick, Ballynahinch and Killyleagh, less than 30 minutes from Belfast and Lisburn & Newcastle
- Convenient to a number of golf and sailing clubs.
This important sale offers a rare opportunity to purchase a stunning country home with land in a fabulous mature setting.
In recent years a considerable amount of time and money has gone into creating what must rank among one of the finest country houses in the area.
‘Lisnamore’ is approached along a private avenue lined with chestnut trees, grass borders and Spring bulbs. There is an attractive stone entrance with electric gates and a small lake on either side. All around is beautiful mature rolling countryside which is so typical of this part of County Down
The house itself dates back to Victorian times, but has been sympathetically refurbished and extended to take advantage of the views. It offers bright and well proportioned accommodation which benefits from all the comforts and features one would wish for in the 21st century. Much attention has also been given to the outbuildings. The particularly attractive stone barn has been carefully restored. As well as a useful workshop and stores it has a large first floor office or games room which would lend itself to a number of uses including separate accommodation. There are 8 stables and a yard area which is hidden from the house. The land surrounds the house and is laid out in well fenced fields.
Crossgar is a centrally located village with excellent road links to other areas. There are a variety of shops, schools and churches in the village as well as in Downpatrick and Ballynahinch. The proximity to Strangford Lough opens up the opportunity to enjoy sailing and there are a number of good golf courses nearby.
This property offers an opportunity to enjoy country life at its very best!
Panelled entrance door
Porcelain tiled floor, oak fireplace with arched cast iron inset, slate hearth and inset gas fire. Feature curved staircase with oak treads and handrail, cast iron balustrades, footlights and attractive natural stone plinth.
Traditional white suite comprising toilet and wash hand basin. Painted tongue and groove panelling, parquet floor, pine ceiling.
Lounge – 35’6” x 15’0”
Bleached oak flooring, fireplace with beam mantle, slate hearth and wood burning stove. Recessed spot lights. Glazed area to rear with doors opening out to oak framed veranda. Views over the gardens and surrounding fields.
Family Room – 16’0” x 15’10”
Bleached oak flooring, exposed pine beams, patio doors to veranda. View to front.
Dining Room – 15’4” x 12’9”
Vaulted pine ceiling with skylights, painted wood panelling, glazed double doors to lounge. Full length windows with 3 doors to terrace, views to rear, ceramic tiled floor. Open plan to -
Country Style Kitchen – 17’0” x 16’6”
Black oil fired ‘Aga’ range with gas hob and tiling to rear, excellent range of handcrafted framed kitchen units (painted cream) with polished granite work surfaces and matching island unit. Twin Belfast sink with mixer tap, integrated Bosch dishwasher, housing for American style fridge/freezer, integrated wine fridge. Painted tongue and groove panelling, exposed pine beams, recessed spot lights. Ceramic tiled floor.
Utility Room – 14’4” x 14’4”
Excellent range of built in units. Raised housing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Housing for freezer. Ceramic tiled floor. Stable door to rear
Vaulted pine ceiling, wall light points. Large built in wardrobes with double doors, shelved linen cupboard.
Master Bedroom- 15’0” x 14’8”
Recessed spot lights, French doors to Juliette balcony with views over gardens. Walk in fitted dressing room.
White suite comprising shower enclosure with chrome Aqualisa shower, marble topped vanity unit with oak doors. Fully tiled walls and floor, chrome heated towel rail, recessed spot lights.
Bedroom 2 – 15’8” x 14’9”
Pine ceiling, connecting door to shared ensuite
Bedroom 3 – 15’8” x 10
Pine ceiling, good range of built in furniture, connecting door to shared ensuite
White suite comprising corner shower enclosure with chrome ‘Aqualisa’ shower, contemporary vanity unit, toilet. Fully tiled floor walls and floor, chrome heated towel rail, pine ceiling with recessed spot lights.
Bedroom 4 – 15’0” x 12’4”
white suite comprising large free standing bath with mixer tap and hand shower, vanity unit with marble top, fully tiled shower enclosure with fixed head shower and hand shower, high flush toilet and chrome heated towel rail. Wall and floor tiling.
The property is approached from the Drakes Bridge Road via a private avenue which is lined with grass borders and chestnut trees. Feature stone walls and entrance pillars with remote controlled cast iron gates and a small natural lake on either side. Tarmac driveway leading to ample parking.
Gardens - Gardens to front, side and rear in lawns sweeping down to a small lake. Mature trees including weeping willow and Scots pine, stone terrace and oak framed verandas around the house. Feature stone well, shrubs, hedges and flower beds. Granite gate posts and iron gate to fields.
South facing partly walled garden to rear of stone barn suitable for vegetable garden. Mature orchard with apple and pear trees and stone walls, full size tennis court
Refurbishment has included new Bangor blue slate roof, repointing of stonework, separate wiring and oil fired heating system. The barn comprises of -
Store 1 - 20’0” x 16’0” - double doors
Store 2 – 16’0” x 12’0” – doors to front and rear
Workshop -30’0” x 16’0” – Double height with skylights, double doors and stairs to first floor.
First Floor – 33’6” x 16’0” (Accessed from external stone steps).
Currently used as a home office this would make a great games room or could easily be converted into further accommodation (subject to planning)
tiled entrance area, oak flooring, wood burning stove with exposed brick surround and stone hearth, reproduction period style radiators, three skylights. Kitchen area with sink and modern units.
Tack Room – 16’0” x 7’6”
Oil fired boiler
Open oak framed wood store
Two stable blocks
with Bangor blue slate roofs, each comprising of 4 stables (one large enough to use as a foaling stable). Water and electric supply.
Space for horse walker and horse boxes etc
The associated land extends to approximately 20 acres and is laid out in well fenced fields with mature natural hedging and a water supply. (Map available for inspection).
Location of 'Lisnamore', 22 Drakesbridge Road, Crossgar
Coming from Belfast drive through Saintfield and Crossgar, heading in the direction of Downpatrick. Turn right into Drakesbridge Road.
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