Sale Agreed

The Old Post Office, 54 Moneydig Road, Garvagh, Coleraine, County Londonderry, BT51 5LE

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3 Beds
2 Receptions
Detached chalet bungalow
F 24
EPC Rating

Location of The Old Post Office

From Coleraine town proceed to the village of Castleroe and then left in he same (signposted to Kilrea) onto the Curragh Road. After c. 6.3 miles turn left onto the Agivey Road and then after c. 3.5 miles turn right onto the Carrowreagh Road. Continue for c 1.2 miles to the crossroads junction and then left onto the Moneydig Road. After a few hundred yards No. 54 is situated on the left hand side.

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  • Period property - built circa 1860.
  • Originally a sub post office and shop.
  • Fully restored in the late 1980's.
  • Attractive basalt stone external finish.
  • Deceptively spacious accommodation circa 1700 sq ft.
  • Complimentary internal finish with modern amenities.
  • Feature lounge with Inglenook fireplace – superb for entertaining.
  • Mature and landscaped gardens.
  • Hardwood traditional style double glazed windows- velux double glazed roof windows.
  • Oil fired heating.


Reception Hall/Living Room 4.52m x 4.34m (14' 10" x 14' 3")
Hardwood traditional stable style front door, traditional quarry style tiled floor, wood burning stove in an Inglenook style fireplace, wired for a T.V., recessed ceiling spotlights, balustrade staircase to the first floor, windows overlooking the courtyard to the front and the countryside to rear.
Lounge 6.98m x 4.52m (22' 11" x 14' 10")
Multi fuel stove in a feature red brick Inglenook style fireplace, numerous windows providing a superb outlook, french doors to the courtyard, wired for a T.V. and recessed ceiling spotlights.
Kitchen 4.52m x 2.57m (14' 10" x 8' 5")
With a range of fitted eye and low level units, Belfast style sink with a mixer tap, 5 ring stainless steel gas hob, electric oven, ‘Smeg’ stainless steel extractor fan, tiled between the worktops and the eye level units, plumbed for an automatic dishwasher, larder cupboard, traditional style tiled floor and 3 windows which provide a great outlook.
First Floor Accommodation
Spacious landing with solid wood flooring, 2 large velux windows, telephone/internet point and recessed ceiling spotlights.
Bedroom 1 4.55m x 3.33m (14' 11" x 10' 11")
(size includes the fitted wardrobes) T.V. point, fitted wardrobes with an internal heating pipe, recessed ceiling spotlights and views towards the countryside to the front.
Bedroom 2 3.53m x 3.05m (11' 7" x 10' 0")
With a large velux window and a partly opaque glazed door to the landing area.
Bedroom 3 4.09m x 2.74m (13' 5" x 9' 0")
(the sizes excludes the fitted wardrobe and an airing cupboard) There is a fitted telephone/internet point and a large velux window to provide lots of natural daylight.
Bathroom & w.c combined
Luxurious suite including a metal bath in a wood and panelled surround with a large feature mixer tap, Belfast style sink unit – again with a feature mixer tap, low level w.c, various aesthetic lighting and a large panelled shower cubicle with a Aqualisa Aquastream power shower and a glazed enclosure.
Exterior Features
The property is approached via a colour stone circular driveway with a shrub bed centrepiece. This allows for parking and ease of turning when leaving.
The mature gardens are mostly laid in lawn with an array of trees and landscaping to include patio and BBQ areas plus a feature circular basalt stone sitting area – constructed by a local craftsman.
EXTERIOR UTILITY HOUSE – plumbed for an automatic washing machine (cold water supply), light, power points, space for a tumble dryer and an adjacent toilet facility with a wash hand basin.


If you are looking for something unique; something traditional that oozes character and charm; and something in a semi rural situation - then this delightful old post office will surely tick all the boxes. Deceptively internal accommodation extends to circa 1700 sq ft including 3 well proportioned bedrooms and 2 reception rooms all finished in a traditional style which compliments the external basalt stone and slate roof finish.

 A large ground floor lounge with feature Inglenook fireplace, numerous windows and french doors provides a superb space for entertaining whilst benefiting from an outlook over the mature courtyard and surrounding countryside. 

 Originally built c. 1860 and functioning as a sub post office with shop it once featured the only phone box in the village. A full restoration was carried out in the late 1980's and the current owners have enjoyed over 2 decades of bliss in the same whilst carrying out some useful alterations and landscaping of the surrounding gardens.

 Although rural there are numerous educational establishments, shopping and leisure facilities in the major local towns being about 3 miles to Garvagh, 4 miles to Kilrea, 10 miles to Ballymoney and 12 miles to Coleraine. If you wanted to be really adventurous the local parachute training course is only c.1.5 miles away!

 We are delighted to have been given the instruction to offer this unique property for sale. Indeed on visiting the same you get a real feeling of calm and relaxation. A real joy to come home to after a hard days work. As such, it goes without saying that viewing is a real must to appreciate the character, position and generous living accommodation of the same.

 Note: Viewing is strictly by appointment only.



These are situated c. 1000 meters from the property and just off the Moneydig Road.

Property Costs

  • Status: Sale Agreed
  • Offers Around£199,950

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McAfee Ballymoney
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F 24

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