Sale Agreed

The Old Scutch Mill, 51 Ballywoolen Road, Castlerock, Londonderry, BT51 4XF

Image 1 of 27 The Old Scutch Mill, 51 Ballywoolen Road, Castlerock, Londonderry
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4 Beds
4 Receptions
Detached Chalet
D 55
EPC Rating

Location of The Old Scutch Mill

leave Coleraine Town Centre via Waterside and then the Castlerock Road. Proceed along same through the 2 mini-roundabouts and turn right on to the Cranagh Road after the Loreto School and College Park. Continue along the Cranagh Road which leads on to the Ballywoolen Road and no 51 is on the left hand side just before the stone bridge

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First built in 1827 as part of the Irish Linen Industry, "The Old Scutchmill" is one of those properties best described as "often sought yet seldom found" and we are delighted to have been instructed to bring this wonderful property to the market for sale. Used as a working Mill up to the 1950s and then as a Farm building, the property gradually fell derelict until it was purchased and sympathetically restored by the previous owners Gordon and Elma Woods striking a delightful balance between the best of Old and New.
The spacious well planned four bedroom four reception living accommodation has been designed to retain as many of the original features as possible yet to be a good fit with the demands of a modern lifestyle and is further complimented by the generous gardens bounded on two sides by the Articlave River. A choice rural location in the heart of the North Coast minutes drive from Castlerock and all the main commuter routes completes the package.
This is a once in lifetime opportunity to acquire the home of your dreams and is a property which can only be truly appreciated on internal inspection so an early appointment to view is highly recommended

 

Accommodation Comprising


Entrance Hall 13’5 x 6’5
with exposed stone wall, tiled floor


Cloaks/Shower Room
comprising WC, wash hand basin tiled walk-in shower cubicle, mains shower fitting, half tiled around WC and wash hand basin


Open Plan Lounge and Dining Area 30’6 x 20’2
with free standing wood burning stove, exposed stone wall and ceiling beam, raised plinth, storage under stairs, tiled floor, French Door to garden


Kitchen/Dining 15’5 x 11’6
with bowl and half stainless steel sink unit, range of low level units, breakfast bar. stone work top, Bosch 4 ring gas hob, and double oven, extractor, stainless steel upstand, part exposed stone wall and ceiling beams, tiled floor


Utility Area 11’3 x 6’4
with Belfast sink unit, work top and shelving, plumbed for automatic washing machine and dishwasher, tiled floor


Rear Porch 8’2 x 4’6
with tiled floor


Family Room 19’1 x 13’1
with part exposed stone wall and ceiling beams. Patio doors to:


Conservatory 17’6 x 13’1
with exposed stone wall, quarry tiled floor, French door to patio area overlooking the river


Inner Hall
with storage cupboards and tiled floor


Wet/Shower Room
with WC wash hand basin, tiled shower area, Redring Expressions 500 shower fitting. Extractor fan, tiled floor


Store 11’0 x 6’5
with part exposed stone wall, sheeted ceiling, tiled floor


Open Plan turned staircase from Lounge to:


First Floor


Conservatory 17’5 x 9’8
with uninterrupted river and countryside views, grape vine, french door to external spiral staircase to garden patio area


Landing with exposed beams and wooden flooring


Bedroom (1.) 15’10 x 15’2
with exposed beam, built-in wardrobes and storage


Bedroom (2.) 11’10 x 8’1
with built-in wardrobes and shelving


Bedroom (3.) 11’10 x 8’0
with built-in wardrobes and shelving


Bedroom (4.) 13’3 x 13’1
with exposed beam and double doors to landing


Bathroom & WC combined 
with bidet, Heatstore Aquaplus shower over Bath, shaver point part tiled walls


Exterior Features
Wood Store 19’6 x 5’2
Tool store 30’0 x 6’1
Outside lights and tap


Coloured stone drive way over cattle grid to parking bay to the front of the property.
Mature gardens in lawn to each side of the property well stocked with a variety of shrubs plants and evergreens with paved and gravel pathways through sane leading to the extensive river frontage


Large General Purpose Store 62’0 x 30’1 on the upper level of the garden
with roller door, pedestrian door, light, power and separate vehicular access with overspill parking


Other Features

  • Oil Fired Heating
  • Part Wooden Double Glazed Windows
  • Extensive Frontage to the Articlave River
  • Original Building Constructed in 1827
  • Superb R iver and Countryside Views
  • Easy access to North Coast and main Commuter Routes

For Further Details and Permission to View Contact the Selling Agents


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Ref: CR4831.MP.220322

Property Costs

  • Status: Sale Agreed
  • From£395,000
  • RatesNot Provided
  • Stamp Duty: £9,750*

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