Sale Agreed

St. James' Lodge, 31 Farran Road, Ballymoney, County Antrim, BT53 8HD


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4 Beds
3 Receptions
Detached chalet bungalow

Location of St. James' Lodge

This country residence occupies a choice elevated situation yet also conveniently within a few miles drive to Ballymoney town centre and c 1.9 miles to the Main A26 Frosses Road for visiting the North Coast or commuting further afield. Leave Ballymoney town from the Portrush Road Roundabout (on the A26) heading east (sign posted to Ballymena/Belfast) and after c 0.9 miles turn left onto the Kirk Road (sign posted to Ballintoy/Stranocum and the Gracehill Golf Course). Continue for c 1.3 miles and then turn right onto the Farran Road – After c 0.6 miles number 31 is situated on the right hand side.


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  • A contemporary country residence occupying a choice elevated situation and bordered by mature grounds.
  • Deceptively spacious accommodation including 4/5 bedrooms and 3/2 reception rooms as desired.
  • This includes a fantastic kitchen/dinette/living room with an array of units and french doors overlooking the extensive gardens to the rear.
  • Luxurious first floor master suite with double aspect, mirrored sliderobes dressing area and an ensuite.
  • High quality fittings and finish throughout.
  • Contemporary interior doors and tiled floor finishes.
  • Spacious family bathroom.
  • Fitted and well equipped utility room.
  • Views from all rooms over the mature grounds and or the surrounding open countryside.
  • Conveniently within a few minutes drive to Ballymoney and the main A26 Frosses Road.
  • Oozes a feeling of quality and calm – complimented by the tranquillity of the mature and surrounding gardens.
  • Oil fired heating system – modern ‘Grant’ condensing oil fired boiler.
  • High quality composite front and back doors.
  • Mainly quality hardwood double glazing – well maintained plus some uPVC double glazing.
  • A flexible and adaptable arrangement of accommodation that should meet the needs of most discerning buyers.
  • Viewing highly recommended to fully appreciate the choice situation, proportions, quality finish and delightful ambience of this rural residence.


Reception Hall
Feature partly glazed composite front door with a glazed side panel, feature arched and etched glass window to the front, attractive tiled flooring, cloaks cupboard and a separate shelved airing cupboard.
Lounge 5.54m x 4.14m (18' 2" x 13' 7")
The size includes the bay window giving a superb outlook over the mature front gardens; feature cast iron fireplace with tiled insets, a tiled hearth and a large carved wood surround, T.V. point and attractive wood flooring.
Kitchen/Dining 5.87m x 3.96m (19' 3" x 13' 0")
A superb kitchen/dining/living room with an extensive range of attractive fitted eye and low level units, wood effect worktop and matching splashback, De Dietrich 5 ring gas hob, glass and stainless extractor canopy, fan oven, housing and plumbed for an American style fridge freezer, large breakfast bar seating area, attractive tiled flooring, a glass panel door to the reception hall and french doors to the rear patio which overlooks the extensive gardens.
Utility Room 2.84m x 2.57m (9' 4" x 8' 5")
With a range of fitted eye and low level units, bowl and a half stainless steel sink unit, tiled between the worktop and the eye level units, plumbed for an automatic washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, tiled floor and a door to the rear.
Bedroom 3 3.58m x 3.45m (11' 9" x 11' 4")
With wooden flooring – the size excludes a useful built in double wardrobe.
Bedroom 4 3.56m x 3.15m (11' 8" x 10' 4")
With wooden flooring – the size excludes a useful built in double wardrobe.
Bedroom 5/Family Room 3.56m x 3.23m (11' 8" x 10' 7")
Bathroom & w.c combined 3.43m x 2.16m (11' 3" x 7' 1")
A delightful suite including a vanity unit with storage below, panel bath, w.c, heated chrome towel rail, partly tiled walls, tiled floor, extractor fan and a tiled shower cubicle.
First Floor Accommodation
Gallery Landing/Sitting Area
With a large velux roof window.
Master Bedroom Suite 5.69m x 4.62m (18' 8" x 15' 2")
A superb double aspect master bedroom with 3 windows providing lots of natural light and great views over the mature gardens. The size includes the fitted mirrored sliderobes in the dressing area and also the ensuite. There’s a contemporary wall mounted radiator, numerous recessed ceiling lights with a double dimmer switch and the ensuite – comprising a w.c, pedestal wash hand basin, shaver point, extractor fan, velux roof window and a tiled shower cubicle with a Redring electric shower.
Bedroom 2 4.44m x 3.96m (14' 7" x 13' 0")
Currently used as a second sitting room, delightful views over the surrounding countryside, T.V. point and access to a large attic storage room.
Exterior Features
The property occupies a delightful elevated rural situation amongst mature grounds extending to c 0.9 acres.
A pillar entrance with gates leads onto a sweeping asphalt driveway which continues through the grounds and to the rear of the property.
There are various feature raised flower/shrub bed areas to the front and side.
Extensive garden areas are laid in lawn to the front, side and rear bordered by mature hedge and tree boundaries.
Exterior store/workshop with swing access doors, a panel window and an insulated roof.
A brick pavia patio area which can be accessed from the kitchen overlooks the rear garden.
uPVC oil tank.
Outside lights and a tap.


** Please note the 3 reception rooms includes the kitchen/dinette/living room **

St. James' Lodge occupies a choice elevated rural situation bordered by mature grounds and yet conveniently within a short drive to Ballymoney town or the main A26 Frosses Road for commuting. 

A pillar entrance leads onto a sweeping asphalt driveway through the gardens whilst the fairly unpretentious exterior conceals a luxurious and generously proportioned interior which has been extensively upgraded over the past few years. 

This includes the heart of the home - a large modern kitchen/dinette/living room with attractive units, a large central breakfast bar area and a formal dining area with french doors overlooking the rear patio and picturesque grounds. In total the accommodation can offer 4/5 bedrooms and 3/2 reception rooms as required with all the bedrooms being spacious doubles plus the luxurious first floor master bedroom suite with double aspect, mirrored sliderobes, dressing area and ensuite. A second bedroom on the upper floor is currently used as a living room to take in the views but overall the layout and arrangement of accommodation could meet the needs of any discerning buyer.

St. James Lodge - unlike many bland new homes really oozes a feeling of quality and calm together with the obvious quality of finish and fittings throughout – a real joy to come home to after a hard days work – complimented by the tranquillity of the mature and surrounding gardens.

As such we highly recommended viewing to fully appreciate the setting, proportions, quality of finish and established delightful ambience of this fine residence. Please note that viewing is strictly by appointment only.

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