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Cooleen, 6 Brookmount Road, LISBURN, County Antrim, BT28 2TD

Offers Over

£300,000

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4 Beds
2 Receptions
Detached
F 25
EPC Rating

Location of Cooleen

When heading out of Lisburn toward Ballinderry along the Ballinderry Road turn left into Brookmount Road, through the feature bridge and the property is on the left hand side.

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features

  • Superb Country Residence with stunning views to open countryside
  • A Mature, elevated site close to many commuter links
  • Impressively proportioned Reception Hall with feature Staircase
  • Formal Drawing Room with large feature bay window
  • Family Living Room with feature fireplace open through to dining area
  • Well -Proportioned Kitchen Diner with range of fitted units
  • Downstairs WC
  • Four Bedrooms (Master En-suite)
  • Family Bathroom (Panel bath and separate shower cubicle)
  • Exceptional attention to detail in its design dating to 1900
  • Panelled internal doors with decorative mouldings above
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Detached Triple Garage including Workshop, Small Stable & Paddock (Facilitating further development potential)
  • Landscaped surrounding gardens. Extensive tarmaced driveway accessed via pillared entrance
  • Just minutes from Lisburn and a host of its amenities including Sunday Times Ranked Grammar Schools. Easy commuting distance from Belfast via Sprucefield/M1 Motorway

comprises

ARCHED ENTRANCE PORCH:
Overhead light. Quarry tiled steps.
SPACIOUS ENTRANCE HALL:
Solid wood panelled front door with leaded stain glass top panel. Feature corner windows, double height ceilings, feature spindle staircase with newel posts and storage under.
DRAWING ROOM: 7.62m x 4.19m (25' 0" x 13' 9")
(at max). Feature granite tiled fireplace with cast iron inset and hearth, cornicing and picture rail. Feature bay window with tongue and groove pine panelled ceiling, panoramic views from bay.
FAMILY ROOM: 4.52m x 3.28m (14' 10" x 10' 9")
Feature fireplace with ceramic tiled inlay and hearth, timber mantle, cornicing and picture rail, wall light points. Open through to...
DINING AREA: 5.03m x 3.28m (16' 6" x 10' 9")
Windows on all side, tongue and groove pine panelled ceiling with large skylight window. Part glazed solid wood panelled door to garden.
KITCHEN / DINER: 5.54m x 4.47m (18' 2" x 14' 8")
Range of high and low level units with work surfaces, display cupboards, 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, additional separate tap with water from Brick Natural Lined spring well, ceramic tiled splashback, plumbed for washing machine, feature wood panelled wall, recessed lighting, ceramic tiled floor, double aspect window. Door through to..
REAR HALL:
Ceramic tiled floor, wood panelled walls, space for fridge freezer, part glazed solid wood glazed door to rear.
DOWNSTAIRS WC:
Matching ceramic tiled floor, low flush wc, wash hand basin with mosaic splashback.
LANDING:
Split level landing. Cornicing and decorative archways.
MASTER BEDROOM: 4.11m x 4.5m (13' 6" x 14' 9")
Integrated fitted furniture with wardrobes, high level storage, dressing table with mirror and light, cornicing.
ENSUITE:
White suite comprising low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin, part tiled walls, vinyl flooring.
BEDROOM (2): 4.11m x 3.66m (13' 6" x 12' 0")
Cornicing.
BEDROOM (3): 4.11m x 2.97m (13' 6" x 9' 9")
Stain glass feature above door. Panelled door. Access to eaves storage.
BEDROOM (4): 4.04m x 2.74m (13' 3" x 9' 0")
BATHROOM: 4.11m x 3.3m (13' 6" x 10' 10")
Coloured suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, panel bath, low flush wc, separate shower cubicle wtih Showerlux screen door and Mira power shower, part tiled walls, hotpress off. Access to part floored roofspace.
Twin entrance pillars with wrought iron gates and cattle grid. Tarmac driveway leading to triple garaging and adequate parking for multiple vehicles. A mature garden which includessmall apple and fruit orchard and paddock extends to one acre with river boundary. Presenting generous lawns with fully stocked beds, specimen and mature trees. Many sheltered tarmac and paved areas for outside entertainment with a great outlook to open countryside with Magheragall Parish Church as a delightful backdrop.

description

A charming countryside residence with warmth and character throughout. Built in 1900 by Retired Sea Captain James Patty in an Arts and Crafts style it has many detailed touches in its design.
Set on an elevated and generous site of around one acre, set behind mature beech and chestnut trees 'Cooleen' provides great scope for sympathetic modernisation.

This four bedroom family home has been built to a high specification and offers spacious accommodation throughout. Generous and numerous reception rooms allow for flexibility to suit modern family day living.

A great opportunity to acquire an exceptional family home in a peaceful rural setting. Yet it is very convenient to Lisburn, Sprucefield and both the M1 and A26 road connections.

Property Costs

  • Status: For Sale
  • Offers Over£300,000
  • Stamp Duty: £5,000*

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Energy Performance Certificate

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F 25

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