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140 Ballyveeley Road, Cloughmills, Ballymena, Co.Antrim, BT44 9BL

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4 Beds
3 Receptions
F 31
EPC Rating

Location of 140 Ballyveeley Road

Leaving from the outskirts of Ballymena on the A26 Frosses Road (where it continues from the M2 Motorway) proceed north for c. 8.8 miles and then take the 2nd exit from the roundabout – sign posted to Ballycastle. After 2.1 miles turn right onto the Ballyportery Road and then right at the end of the same onto the Ballyveeley Road. After 0.2 miles the property is situated on the right hand side.

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  • Lovingly maintained and well presented traditional style 4 bedroom house together with grounds extending to c 1.35 acres and an array of stores with the total sq ft c. 6000.
  • Mahogany double glazed Georgian style windows to the front.
  • uPVC double glazed Georgian style windows to the rear.
  • Oil fired heating system.
  • Solar panel system for hot water.
  • uPVC fascia and soffits on the main dwelling.
  • Enclosed rear courtyard bordered by the various stores, garages and the games room.
  • Paddock and lawn areas c. 0.8 acres.
  • Conveniently situated a few minutes drive to Cloughmills village and the A26 Frosses Road for travelling to Ballymena or Coleraine.
  • Surrounded by miles of open countryside with views towards the Antrim Glens to the front.
  • Ideal family home – especially those seeking the tranquillity of the countryside yet also within driving distance to the main urban hubs or the famous Causeway Coast.
  • Viewing strongly recommended to appreciate the situation, superb condition and generous exterior stores/courtyard areas of the same.


Reception Hall
Hardwood front door with etched glass side units, herringbone wooden flooring, telephone point and the original balustrade staircase with large Newel posts to the first floor accommodation.
Lounge 5.41m x 3.56m (17' 9" x 11' 8")
A delightful double aspect room with a feature arched window to the side, attractive marble fireplace with a back boiler and a granite hearth, provision for a high level T.V, deep ceiling coving, wired for surround sound, T.V. point and views over the garden to the front.
Family Room 4.04m x 3.86m (13' 3" x 12' 8")
Feature original ornate fireplace with a cast iron and tiled inset, slate hearth, glazed serving hatch to the kitchen, ceiling coving, picture rail and views over the garden to the front.
Kitchen/Dinette 4.85m x 4.14m (15' 11" x 13' 7")
With an extensive range of fitted eye and low level units, Belling farmhouse range with 6 gas rings, ceramic hot plate, 3 ovens, 2 grills and a plate warmer- with a traditional feature red brick surround and overmantle with an extractor fan, ceramic bowl and a half sink with an antique style mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, larder unit, integrated fridge in a rustic brick surround with a wine rack over, glass and corner display units, window pelmet, Chinese slate floor and a feature beamed ceiling.
Utility Room 2.82m x 1.45m (9' 3" x 4' 9")
Fitted eye and low level units, stainless steel sink unit, laundry unit, plumbed for an automatic washing machine and a Chinese slate floor.
Rear Hall:
With a tiled floor, double storage cupboard and a Separate Cloakroom with a pedestal wash hand basin and a tiled splashback, w.c and a Chinese slate floor.
First Floor Accommodation
Wrap around gallery landing area.
Bedroom 1 4.09m x 3.48m (13' 5" x 11' 5")
Bedroom 2 3.96m x 2.69m (13' 0" x 8' 10")
Bedroom 3 3.94m x 2.69m (12' 11" x 8' 10")
With an ensuite including a w.c, a large pedestal wash hand basin, tiled walls, heated chrome towel rail, tiled floor, extractor fan and a tiled shower cubicle with a Mira Sport electric shower.
Bedroom 4 4.09m x 1.88m (13' 5" x 6' 2")
Bathroom & w.c combined
Original feature bath with a telephone hand shower, original large pedestal wash hand basin, w.c, tiled walls, heated towel rail, extractor fan, recessed ceiling lights and a double airing cupboard.
With views over the courtyard to the rear.
Exterior Features
This property occupies grounds extending to c 1.35 acres including a paddock and gardens which extend to c 0.8 acres.
Approached via an asphalt driveway leading to the rear asphalt courtyard with electric gates and an array of stores and outbuildings.
These include:
Store 1 17.68m x 5.31m (58' 0" x 17' 5")
Original hay shed with lights and power points.
Store 2 17.81m x 6.35m (58' 5" x 20' 10")
With numerous lights, strip lighting, power points and a sliding door to the front.
Store 3 17.98m x 8.53m (59' 0" x 28' 0")
(widest points) With a roller door, numerous uPVC double glazed windows plus fitted power points.
Garage and Store Block 24.38m x 6.02m (80' 0" x 19' 9")
(Approximate external sizes) 2 garages with roller doors (one electric), 2 stores with stable style doors, lights and power points.
Store 4 8.23m x 6.55m (27' 0" x 21' 6")
(Approximate external sizes) With 2 sets of double access doors.
Games Room 7.92m x 6.27m (26' 0" x 20' 7")
Solid fuel cooker/stove in a brick surround, fitted oil fired boiler, curved rustic brick bar/kitchen area, light and power points, taps and a useful loft storage area.
Large concrete yard area to the rear of the stores.
Garden in lawn to the front with a pavia path and wall boundary.
Various mature trees to the entrance.
External security lighting.


This is a superb example a of lovingly maintained traditional style country home with an extensive range of exterior stores (c. 6000 sq ft in total) bordering an enclosed courtyard plus garden and paddock areas.  

It's in exceptional condition throughout with original features being complimented by the modern upgrades (including the Georgian style windows) to provide a comfortable 4 bedroom (one ensuite) family home with delightful reception rooms, the spacious kitchen/dinette with beam ceiling and an all important ground floor utility room.  

It's been in the same family ownership for many years - The exterior stores provide so many uses/possibilities - some may be subject to planning permission - but there are few traditional homes offering so much potential yet also ready just to move into and enjoy. 

As such we strongly recommend viewing to appreciate the tranquil rural situation, the convenient location, the homely feel/charm and well maintained exterior grounds of the same. Please note that viewing is strictly by appointment only.

Viewing strongly recommended to appreciate the situation, superb condition and generous exterior stores/courtyard areas of the same.

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  • Status: For Sale
  • Asking Price£324,950

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F 31

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