~ DETACHED BUNGALOW IN NEED OF MODERNISATION
~ DETACHED DERELICT COTTAGE AND FARMYARD
~ MATURE TREES
~ STUNNING SEA VIEWS ALONG THE NORTH ANTRIM COASTLINE AND SCOTTISH COAST
This superbly located property consists of a detached, three bedroom bungalow, in need of modernisation and a derelict cottage with adjoining sandstone built farmyard on a spacious plot with mature trees offering you an excellent opportunity to unlock the potential of this fabulous site.
Set on an elevated site with panoramic sea views over the sea of Moyle.
A planning application has been recently submitted for a second dwelling on the property which is pending.
The main bungalow, No 86 Layde Road is habitable but in need of modernisation. Situated beside the bungalow is the former farm dwelling which is now derelict and in need of renovation but has fantastic charm and character.
The spacious grounds include many mature trees resulting in a rustic atmosphere and abundant bird wildlife. The entire property looks out over the Red Bay and both the Irish and Scottish Coasts.
This sale offers a unique opportunity to acquire a property with loads of potential and
uninterrupted sea views.
ACCOMMODATION BRIEFLY COMPRISES:
ENTRANCE PORCH: 1.5m x 1.0m with tiled floor.
HALLWAY: 3.2m x 1.5m with tiled floor.
LIVING ROOM: 4.3m x 3.8m Rayburn Stove, tiled floor and sea views.
KITCHEN: 3.0m x 2.5m s/s sink, range of cupboards and tiled floor.
BATHROOM: 2.5m x 2.0m comprising bath, toilet and wash hand basin.
LOUNGE: 3.7m x 3.3m open fire with tiled fireplace.
BEDROOM NO 1: 4.3m x 2.5m.
BEDROOM NO 2: 3.3m x 3.5m with fireplace.
BEDROOM NO 3: 3.0m x 2.5m.
The property has the benefit of oil-fired heating and uPVC double-glazing.
This superbly located property, close to Cushendall Village is set in one of the most sought after locations in the Cushendall area and has excellent road frontage to the Layde Road. Both the road frontage and the approach lane-way to the property have natural sandstone built walls, which lead on to the former farmyard and stables at the rear, which although in poor condition, are also built with local sandstone and would make a superb restoration project with holiday accommodation being one suggestion.