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Ashdene House, 86 Church Street, Dromore, BT25 1AA

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4 Beds
4 Receptions
Detached House
F 30
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  • 3 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms
  • Original features such as "deep reveal" windows, panelled doors, leaded glass to windows. Some windows are double glazed.
  • Oil fired central heating and original cast iron antique radiators.
  • Detached double garage


Ground floor

Entrance vestibule
Hardwood entrance door with brass furniture and feature leaded side panels and over light, tiled floor
Entrance hall
Entrance door with original leaded glass, original mahogany staircase to first floor with feature carved mahogany newel post, cornice to ceiling, central ceiling rose.
Sitting room 4m x 4.98m (13' 1" x 16' 4")
(measurement into bay) Original antique marble fireplace with tiled inset. Polished wooden flooring. Picture rail. Bay window. cornice to ceiling, central ceiling rose. Door to garden room...
Garden room/ Conservatory 2.1m x 6.4m (6' 11" x 21' 0")
Pitched ceiling. Tiled floor. Large glass side window. Concealed oil fired boiler.
Dining room 4.8m x 5.1m (15' 9" x 16' 9")
(measurement into bay) Bay window. Antique fireplace with cast iron inset and tiled hearth. Polished wooden strip flooring. Feature arched recess. Cornice to ceiling, central ceiling rose. Picture rail. Access to wine cellar.
Family room 3.7m x 3.9m (12' 2" x 12' 10")
Feature antique fireplace with slate hearth. Antique tiled floor. Picture rail. Feature ceiling beams.
Kitchen/ dining area 3.5m x 4.7m (11' 6" x 15' 5")
Modern oak and cream painted fitted kitchen finished with granite worktops, sills and splashbacks with an excellent range of high and low level units. Inset 11/2 bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps. Feature antique brick chimney breast housing a range style cooker. Integrated dish washer. Space for fridge/ freezer. Terracotta tiled floor.

First floor

Impressive feature gable window. Spindled gallery. Cornice to ceiling. Doorway leading to roofspace.
Bedroom 1 3.6m x 4m (11' 10" x 13' 1")
Feature fireplace with tiled inset & hearth, Picture rail. Central ceiling rose.
Bedroom 2 4m x 4.9m (13' 1" x 16' 1")
(measurement into bay) Cornice to ceiling, central ceiling rose. Original antique fireplace with tiled inset
Bedroom 3 4m x 4.9m (13' 1" x 16' 1")
(measurement into bay) Excellent range of modern fitted wardrobes and desk. Central ceiling rose, cornice to ceiling. Picture rail.
Bedroom 4 2.5m x 2.8m (8' 2" x 9' 2")
Cornice to ceiling
Traditional style bathroom suite comprising; cast iron "slipper" style bath with chrome telephone mixer taps and shower attachment, pedestal wash and basin and large corner glass shower enclosure. Original panelled walls. Picture rail. Antique style chrome towel rail. Separate WC - Feature "Sanitan" antique style wc with polished copper "Fordham" high cistern. Wash hand basin. Original panelled walls. Picture rail.


Attic 3.6m x 11m (11' 10" x 36' 1")
Accessed via a fixed staircase. Velux skylight window. The attic could be suitable for further development subject to the necessary approvals.


Wine cellar
Accessed from the Dining room. Feature bar area modelled from an antique pulpit. Tiled floor. Fitted seating.


Gardens and Grounds
Double wrought iron entrance gates leading to tarmac driveway and two front gardens in lawn. Period style light features. Matching red brick double garage (4.9m x 7.5m) up and over door. Outbuildings which include an outside wc, utility/store and a storeroom. Private terraced gardens to the rear in various patios. Summerhouse. Child's wooden play castle. Gateway leading to an extensive wild/ natural garden, this garden area falls within the town boundary of Dromore, so it could be possible to obtain full planning approval for one or more homes (subject to necessary planning approvals). See attached map for further clarification. two outhouses/store rooms, outside WC, parking on driveway for several cars and substantial grounds and development potential (subject to planning), to the rear of the property, with a garden house and a mixture of patio and grass areas.


This property may be subject to additional costs & annual charges (rates, ground rent, management charges etc) please check with agent & solicitor for details of these. No surveys have been carried out on this property nor appliances checked, any purchasers should carry out any checks or surveys they deem necessary. Floor plan layout and measurements are approximate and are for illustrative purposes only. We recommend you conduct an independent investigation of the property and its grounds to determine its exact size and suitability for your space requirements. Please note Locale Home Sales & Lettings may receive a commission should you choose to use mortgage or rental management services.


Rarely does the opportunity arise to purchase such a prestigious gentleman’s residence.

In the ownership of the same family for over 50 years, we are delighted to be offering for sale, Ashdene House. A magnificent period property, set in the privacy of its own grounds, on the periphery of the historic town of Dromore. Built around the turn of last century, this substantial red brick property offers an abundance of original period features for the discerning purchaser.

 The accommodation offers 3 reception rooms and 4 bedrooms with period cornicing and fireplaces which exude the charm of a bygone era. The modern oak and cream painted fitted kitchen is finished with granite worktops, sills and splashbacks. A conservatory/garden room and a bespoke wine cellar also feature in this beautiful property. The toilet and bathroom have their original wood panelled walls and are complimented with modern white bathroom furniture. The toilet also features a spectacular period copper cistern.

Outside there are two front lawned gardens, period light features, a matching red brick double garage, two outhouses/store rooms, outside WC, parking on driveway for several cars and substantial grounds and development potential (subject to necessary approvals), to the rear of the property, with a garden house and a mixture of patio and grass areas.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to acquire a truly unique family home and grounds and viewing is a must and thoroughly recommended.


Property Costs

  • Status: For Sale
  • Offers Around£499,950

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F 30

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