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For Rent

Frizzells Cottage, 60 Ardress Road, Portadown, Armagh, BT62 1SQ



2 Beds
2 Receptions
Detached Cottage
Underfloor Heating
Rates Included

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  • Unique thatched cottage in rural setting
  • Totally renovated to very high standard
  • Large open plan kitchen with family area
  • Traditional hardwood internal and external doors with sash windows throughout
  • Heritage style bathroom with separate shower enclosure
  • Underfloor heating fuelled by highly efficient condensing oil boiler
  • Spacious gardens to front side and rear


Entrance hall 1.48m x 1.53m (4' 10" x 5' 0")
Living room 3.93m x 4.8m (12' 11" x 15' 9")
Hall 4.22m x 1.25m (13' 10" x 4' 1")
Kitchen / diner / sitting room 5.98m x 4.06m (19' 7" x 13' 4")
Lobby 1.08m x 2.3m (3' 6" x 7' 7")
Cloakroom 0.58m x 2.3m (1' 11" x 7' 7")
Utility room 1.78m x 2.31m (5' 10" x 7' 7")
Bathroom 3.69m x 1.77m (12' 1" x 5' 10")
Bedroom 1 3.66m x 4.77m (12' 0" x 15' 8")
Bedroom 2 4.2m x 3.44m (13' 9" x 11' 4")
Shed 4.36m x 4.26m (14' 4" x 14' 0")


 Frizzell’s cottage is located at the entrance to Ardress House along the circular walk called ‘My Lady’s Mile’ in mid-Ulster, five miles from the village of Moy.  The original cottage is thought to date from around 1700 but has been sympathetically restored and extended to create a comfortable modern home while retaining the charm of a traditional thatched vernacular cottage. 

The property had not been lived in since the 1980’s when it was in the Frizzell Family and it was subsequently listed Grade B1 by NI Environment Agency in recognition of how few properties of this type with mud walls, a jamb wall and beam, from this period, are still in existence. 


Property Costs

  • Status: For Rent
  • Monthly£800


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