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Old Cushendun Road, Newtown Crommelin, Ballymena, County Antrim, BT43 6RJ


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5 Beds
3 Receptions
D 67
EPC Rating

Location of Old Cushendun Road

Leave the main A26 Frosses Road at the slip road sign posted to Clough. Continue to the same and then onto Newtown Crommelin. In the village centre turn left onto the Old Cushendun Road proceeding for approximately 1.4 miles. Number 45 is then situated on the right hand side.

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  • A unique opportunity to acquire a superb residence and additional lands c. 7 acres in a Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with exceptional views.
  • The dwelling has many fine features including the impressive reception hall with feature ‘Rocol’ stove; bespoke handmade oak/fluted Iron decorative staircase; Bison concrete first floor
  • House water supplied by borehole well, commissioned July 2020. Chemical free fresh water supply pumped from 345ft underground below basalt rock. The water is then filtered through a standard filter a
  • Oil fired central heating with dual zone controls separate hot water system.
  • Connected for electrical back up generator alternative to mains supply.
  • Dwelling benefits from security lighting security lighting all around lumen LED lights that are energy efficient and will light upon approach, This in turn is linked with a dusk til dawn front porch o
  • Lands all recently newly fenced with fresh water supplies via mountain streams including a small waterfall.
  • Recently installed (August 2020) new fencing in preparation for hedge planting – 210 native deciduous trees planted recently (March 2020) sourced from sustainably approved nurseries via the woo
  • Infant hazelnut grove planted for future benefit.
  • Infant fruit orchard planted amongst a recently established (March 2020) wildflower meadow which is beautiful in flower during the summer months.
  • The area of outstanding natural beauty is a rich source of native botanical species including many acres of wild heather. A fantastic opportunity for potential bee keeping, with nature’s vast l
  • Extensive screened parking area to the front and 3 areas laid in lawn.
  • Possible business opportunity for a B&B or Air BnB subject to the necessary approvals.
  • Conveniently situated for accessing/commuting to Belfast, the Airports, Cushendun/Cushendall Coast line or the famous Causeway Coast.
  • The area itself benefits from scenic beauty areas on the doorsteps including many areas used by the film industry for their exceptional wild beauty and unspoilt views.
  • Viewing strictly by appointment only.


Reception Hall
Porch area with a partly glazed front door and open plan to an impressive bespoke open tread and balustrade sweeping staircase, tiled floor, cloaks cupboard with a light, feature multi fuel stove and a Separate Cloakroom with a w.c, pedestal wash hand basin with a tiled splashback and wooden flooring.
Lounge 5.49m x 3.89m (18' 0" x 12' 9")
Cast iron fireplace in an attractive wood surround with an inset multi fuel stove, granite hearth, solid oak wooding flooring, T.V. point, telephone point, points for wall lights and outstanding views over the valley to the front.
Kitchen/Dinette 7.65m x 4.06m (25' 1" x 13' 4")
With an extensive range of traditional style fitted units, granite worktops and tiled between the eye and low level units, Belfast style sink, plumbed and provision for a gas range type cooker, large extractor canopy, pan drawers, larder unit, glass display units, wine rack, tiled floor, island/breakfast bar area with storage and pan drawers, french doors to the rear, recessed ceiling lights and a door to the utility room.
Utility Room 2.16m x 1.98m (7' 1" x 6' 6")
Matching units to the kitchen, stainless steel sink unit, tiled splashback around the worktop, plumbed for an automatic washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, broom cupboard and a tiled floor.
Family Room 3.66m x 3.45m (12' 0" x 11' 4")
With wooden flooring and outstanding views over the valley to the front.
Snug/Bedroom 5 3.18m x 3.02m (10' 5" x 9' 11")
First Floor Accommodation
Gallery Landing Area
A walk in airing cupboard and high level ceilings (circa 8ft) throughout the whole upper floor accommodation.
Master Suite 5.46m x 4.04m (17' 11" x 13' 3")
T.V. point and a walk through dressing area to the ensuite – with a w.c, pedestal wash hand basin with a tiled splashback, extractor fan, tiled floor and a large tiled shower cubicle with a Mira electric shower and a curved glazed enclosure.
Bedroom 2 4.17m x 4.09m (13' 8" x 13' 5")
Bedroom 3 4.09m x 3.68m (13' 5" x 12' 1")
Bedroom 4 3.48m x 3.18m (11' 5" x 10' 5")
Bathroom and w.c combined 3.15m x 2.97m (10' 4" x 9' 9")
A luxurious suite with a feature freestanding roll top bath – with a telephone hand shower attachment and claw feet; a large pedestal wash hand basin, w.c, tiled floor, extractor fan, fitted illuminated mirror, partly tiled walls and a spacious tiled shower cubicle with a Mira electric shower and a curved glazed enclosure.
Exterior Features
Detached garage 6.88m x 6.88m (22' 7" x 22' 7")
Double block construction with an electric roller door, uPVC double glazed windows and pedestrian door, strip lights and power points.



Please note that the 3 reception rooms includes the open plan kitchen/dinette/living room.

A unique opportunity to purchase a superb residence in a Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) with amazing views and additional cultivated lands (c. 7 acres) within the Glens of Antrim.

In fact there are so many convenient features that number 45 includes that are not apparent immediately. The dwelling itself whilst offering 5 bedrooms and 3 reception areas benefits from an impressive reception hall with feature stove, Bison first floor concrete flooring; high level first floor ceilings (circa 8ft plus); oak internal trim plus uninterrupted views of the valley below from many rooms. A chemical free fresh water supply (of exceptional quality) is pumped via a borehole well approximately 345ft underground plus there’s a back up generator to the main electricity supply. In effect you can be self sufficient from the rest of the grid!

As such you have all the comforts and self sufficiency that modern construction provides whilst bordered by the spectacular exterior landscapes and nurtured additional lands. These have all been recently newly fenced (2020) with mountain streams running through the same; circa 210 mature deciduous trees planted (2020); an infant hazelnut grove, fruit orchard and wild flower meadow (which is beautiful in flower during the summer months) also established (March 2020). The lands (presently used for grazing sheep) would also suit the equestrian minded whilst there is a ready made pond for waterfowl if desired.

Although enjoying such a rural situation the property is fairly convenient to the main A26 Frosses Road for commuting to Ballymena/Belfast or visiting the famous Causeway Coast. If you arrive home in the evening the automatic and dusk til dawn lighting illuminates your approach. Alternatively switch all the lights off and take in the exceptional night time sky – there’s next to no light pollution – so ideal for any budding astronomers.

In essence all the hard work has been carried out to provide this tranquil rural small holding/permaculture on the ‘Orra scenic route’. So if you appreciate nature at its best then look no further.


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D 67

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