For Sale

The Grove, 7 Legaterriff Road, Ballinderry Upper, Lisburn, County Antrim, BT28 2EY

Offers Over

£675,000

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4 Beds
Detached
F 37
EPC Rating

Location of The Grove

From M1 motorway take junction 9 and follow Glenavy Road which becomes the Moira Road, continue through Ballinderry crossroads and Legaterriff Road is on the left hand side

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features

  • An Outstanding B1 Listed Detached Villa in a Tranquil Rural Setting
  • Adjoining Agricultural Land Extending to Approximately 14 Acres
  • Disused Large Henhouses Fenced inside a Concrete Yard Accessed from Separate Laneway
  • 4 Separate Reception Rooms
  • Fitted Kitchen with Oil Fired Aga, Pantry & Utility Room
  • 4 Well Proportioned Bedrooms
  • Bathroom with White Suite/Ground Floor Cloakroom with wc
  • Exceptionally Well Presented Throughout
  • Original Solid Wood Panel Doors & Original Features
  • Range of Well Maintained Stone Outbuildings in a Courtyard Setting to Include Workshops, 4 Stables, (Potential for 2 more stables in one of the stores), Store Rooms & Garaging/Disused Corn Mill Dating
  • Beautifully Maintained Private Formal Gardens in Lawns with Sheltered Sitting Area
  • Within Comfortable Commuting Distance of Belfast, Lisburn & Many Other Parts of the Province via the Motorway Network
  • Oil Fired Central Heating/Woodburning Stoves

comprises

Hardwood panelled front door and glazed side panels with fan light window over.
ENTRANCE HALL:
Herring bone oak solid wood floor, wood panelled ceiling, feature staircase with mahogany newell posts, cast iron radiators.
DINING ROOM: 4.78m x 3.51m (15' 8" x 11' 6")
Solid wood floor, marble fireplace and tiled inset, feature wood panelled ceiling, cast iron radiator, original inset shutters, single glazed stained glass door to garden.
STUDY/LIVING ROOM: 4.85m x 2.84m (15' 11" x 9' 4")
Solid wood floor, mahogany fireplace and tiled inset, feature wood panelled ceiling, original inset shutters, cast iron radiator.
FAMILY ROOM: 5.41m x 4.57m (17' 9" x 15' 0")
Terrazzo flooring, built-in cupboard, feature brick fireplace with wooden mantle and solid fuel burning stove (connected to central heating and water), beamed ceiling, stained glass panels on feature doors.
SUN ROOM: 3.91m x 3.33m (12' 10" x 10' 11")
Slate floor, vaulted ceiling, soild fuel burning stove, exposed stone walls, double glazed and partial glazed door leading to garden.
REAR HALLWAY:
Terrazzo floor, leading to utility room services, entered through a half stable door.
KITCHEN: 5.08m x 4.01m (16' 8" x 13' 2")
Magnificent country style kitchen with good range of high and low level units, granite and wooden work tops, oil fired Aga linked to hot water system, old Belfast sink unit, integrated dishwasher, beamed ceiling, built-in mircrowave and larder, recessed spotlights. Stable door to . . .
PANTRY: 4.47m x 1.47m (14' 8" x 4' 10")
Matching tiled floor, access to roofspace. Door to . . .
UTILITY ROOM: 3.99m x 3.28m (13' 1" x 10' 9")
Plumbed for washing machine, single drainer twin bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, oil fired boiler.
WC:
Low flush suite, access to roofspace.
Mahogany staircase to . . .
LANDING:
Walk-in hotpress, insulated tank, velux to ceiling, tongue and groove panelled walls.
BEDROOM (1): 4.88m x 4.04m (16' 0" x 13' 3")
Sanded Piranha pine wooden floor, marble fireplace and tiled inset, double aspect windows overlook gardens, vaulted ceiling.
BEDROOM (2): 4.8m x 2.79m (15' 9" x 9' 2")
Solid wood floor, coved ceiling, double aspect windows.
BEDROOM (3): 4.8m x 2.9m (15' 9" x 9' 6")
Solid wood floor, access to roofspace, double aspect windows.
BEDROOM (4): 4.27m x 3m (14' 0" x 9' 10")
(at widest points). Solid wood floor, double aspect windows.
BATHROOM: 3.07m x 2.36m (10' 1" x 7' 9")
White suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, Victorian style rolltop bath with ball and claw feet, corner shower cubicle with Aqualisa shower unit, ceramic tiled floor, tongue and groove painted ceiling.
WORKSHOP: 7.24m x 5.64m (23' 9" x 18' 6")
With power and light, oil tank, sliding doors, stairs to small loft and door to . . .
STABLE A:
With power and light.
STABLE B:
With power and light.
STABLE C:
With power and light.
STABLE D:
With power and light.
STORE:
With power and light, taircase to . . .
HAY LOFT A: 16.46m x 5.79m (54' 0" x 19' 0")
With power and light.
STABLE WITH HAY LOFT B ABOVE AND WORKSTORE SUITABLE FOR MANY USES:
With power and light.
WOOD STORE;
With power and light.
WORKSHOP B:
Suitable for many uses, with power and light.
GARAGE: 10.9m x 5.38m (35' 9" x 17' 8")
Light and power, double wooden doors, greenhouse to side.
Formal gardens in lawns with well stocked mature beds, boundary hedging and fencing, many interesting vantage points with views over surrounding gardens and countryside, old mill with water wheel.
WATER MILL:
A wild garden leads down to a listed corn mill with water wheel dating from 1836.
DISUSED HEN HOUSE A: 73.15m x 14.63m (240' 0" x 48' 0")
Presently no longer worked as a poultry farm, suitable for business purposes, generator connected to main house.
DISUSED HEN HOUSE B: 36.58m x 14.63m (120' 0" x 48' 0")
OFFICE/SHOWER ROOM:
Generator, shaving store, wc.
Enclosed by secure fencing.

description

This outstanding B1 Listed detached family home accessed through a tree lined lane (similar to dark hedges/Game of Thrones) is situated on an excellent rural site and combines the benefits of countryside rural life whilst enjoying this tranquil location within commuting distance of Belfast and Lisburn and many other parts of the province.

The property offers bright and spacious accommodation and has been designed and finished to a high specification, well presented and tastefully decorated by its current owners providing family accommodation whilst retaining a feeling of warmth and character. In addition the property benefits from well presented formal gardens, an additional 14 acres of agricultural land and additional sheds of approximately 17,000 square foot for business purposes. Also characterful stone out buildings of historical interest providing stabling and further business opportunities.

An excellent opportunity to purchase a family home in a beautiful rural location, which can only be fully appreciated on internal inspection, viewing is highly recommended.

Property Costs

  • Status: For Sale
  • Offers Over£675,000
  • Stamp Duty: £23,750*

* Stamp duty rates provided as a guide only. Additional charges may apply. Please refer to the tax service's website for more information.

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