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53 High Street, Ballymoney, County Antrim, BT53 6BG


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3 Beds
2 Receptions

Location of 53 High Street

Within walking distance to the town centre, local schools, parks and transport links plus a short distance to the main A26 Frosses Road for travelling further afield. On entering Ballymoney on the Coleraine Road take the 2nd exit at the roundabout onto High Street. After approximately 100 yards number 53 is situated on the left hand side.


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  • A delightful traditional townhouse.
  • Situated literally on the edge of the town centre and within walking distance to most local amenities, well regarded schools, parks and transport links.
  • Well maintained whilst retaining many of its original features.
  • Deceptively spacious accommodation includes 3 bedrooms, 2 reception rooms plus a breakfast room.
  • Detached garage/store to the rear.
  • Enclosed courtyard also to the rear.
  • Wooden double glazed windows - many with leaded glass openings mirroring the traditional theme.
  • Oil fired heating system – with a modern Vortex Condensing boiler.
  • uPVC fascia and soffit boards.
  • Offering town centre living with traditional charm incorporating all the modern amenities.
  • Viewing a must to appreciate the character, proportions and convenient situation of the same.


Reception Hall
A wide reception entrance with a partly glazed and leaded door to the front, period ceiling coving, the original balustrade wood staircase with a storage cupboard below, telephone point and a feature leaded diamond shaped window to the front.
Lounge 4.27m x 4.14m (14' 0" x 13' 7")
With the original deep ceiling covings and a feature bay window overlooking the front. Note the size includes the bay window.
Kitchen 2.54m x 1.96m (8' 4" x 6' 5")
With a range of fitted eye and low level units, tiled between the worktop and the eye level units, bowl and a half stainless steel sink unit, ceramic hob, extractor fan, eye level double oven, plumbed for an automatic washing machine, tiled floor and open plan to the dining/breakfast room.
Breakfast Room 2.57m x 2.18m (8' 5" x 7' 2")
Including fitted storage units, an integrated fridge freezer, tiled floor plus an outlook to the rear courtyard.
Family Room 3.76m x 3.38m (12' 4" x 11' 1")
Tiled fireplace and hearth in a wooden surround, T.V. cabinet, ceiling coving and an outlook to the rear courtyard.
First Floor Accommodation
Bedroom 1 4.14m x 3.33m (13' 7" x 10' 11")
With an outlook to the front.
Bedroom 2 3.33m x 3.05m (10' 11" x 10' 0")
With a range of fitted bedroom furniture including wardrobes and a dressing table area with drawers.
Bedroom 3 2.77m x 2.74m (9' 1" x 9' 0")
With an outlook to the front.
Shower Room
With a w.c, pedestal wash hand basin, partly panelled walls, an airing cupboard and a tiled shower cubicle with a Redring electric shower.
Hard landscaped front garden area with a low level boundary wall.
Wall enclosed courtyard area to the rear with a boiler house/store.
Enclosed uPVC oil tank.
Garage/store to the rear.


This traditional townhouse occupies a superb situation literally within walking distance to all the town’s amenities and a 'stones throw' from the town centre. It's been exceptionally well maintained over the years whilst retaining many of it's original features including deep ceiling covings, moulded door architraves and the internal doors with the original ironmongery. It also boasts super living accommodation including 3 well proportioned bedrooms; a formal living room, a separate family room plus a well equipped kitchen with an adjacent breakfast room.  Wooden double glazing has been installed (many with leaded glass openings mirroring the traditional theme) whilst you also have the convenience off an oil fired heating system with a modern condensing boiler. As such this delightful property offers town centre living with traditional charm incorporating all the modern amenities - we therefore recommend an early viewing to appreciate the situation, proportions and character of the same.






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