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17a Barr Hall Road, Portaferry , County Down , BT22 1RQ

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£375,000

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5 Beds
3 Receptions
Detached
F 35
EPC Rating

Location of 17a Barr Hall Road

From the Portaferry Hotel on The Strand drive out towards the end of the peninsula and this becomes Barr hall Road. Continue past the residential home and 17a is on the right hand side.

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·        Delightful modern country home on a fabulous site with spectacular lough views

 

·        Views over the mouth of Strangford Lough towards Lecale and The Mountains of Mourne

 

·        Constructed, finished and presented to an exceptionally high standard throughout

 

·        Beautiful mature landscaped gardens offering a high degree of privacy

 

·        Large drawing room open plan to dining room and with double doors to the garden room

 

·        Spacious well fitted kitchen with casual dining area and wood burning stove, utility room and wash house

 

·        Three ground floor double bedrooms, one with ensuite bathroom, separate shower rom

 

·        Two further bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor

 

·        PVC double glazed window frames, oil fired central heating and alarm system

 

·        Detached matching garage

 

·        Close to all the amenities of Portaferry including shops, restaurants, marina, Portico Arts Centre and monthly market

 

·        A few minutes from secluded sandy beaches and The National Trusts Ballyquintin Farm

 

·        Regular ferry to Strangford giving access to Downpatrick and other parts of County Down

 

·        Less than an hour from Belfast via Newtownards

 

The sale of this very special property represents an excellent opportunity to purchase a modern home with breathtaking views in one of Northern Irelands most beautiful locations.

 

The house has been thoughtfully designed and constructed to the highest of standards using high quality materials and workmanship. The finishes throughout are all of an exceptionally high standard and the property has been tastefully presented and meticulously maintained.The accommodation is of an excellent layout and will appeal to a variety of purchasers.

 

What makes this home really stand out are the views over The Narrows (the mouth of Strangford Lough) towards Strangford and Kilclief with a dramatic backdrop of the Mountains of Mourne. This is an ever changing view which one would never tire of.

 

The popular village of Potaferry is just along the road and continues to see regeneration. The popular hotel and Saling Club are great places to enjoy a meal overlooking the lough and the marina. The recently opened Portico Arts Centre hosts a variety of cultural events throughout the year and the monthly market is a popular addition. This area is a haven for artists and musicians. With its sandy beaches and dramatic scenery there is plenty of inspiration.

 

This home is sure to attract interest from those who appreciate views, comfort and quality finishes in a stunning location less than an hour from Belfast.

 

ACCOMMODATION

 

Mahogany double entrance doors with leaded glazed side panels

 

GROUND FLOOR

 

Reception Hall - 
Oak flooring, cornicing and ceiling rose

Drawing Room -  17’10” x 17’10”
Mahogany fireplace surround with  marble inset and hearth and open fire, cornicing and ceiling rose

 

Open plan Dining Room – 15’4” x 10’2”
Cornicing and ceiling rose. Glazed mahogany double doors to -

 

Sun Room – 10’3” x 7’8”
Windows on three sides with panoramic views

 

Garden Room – 12’0” x 12’0”
Glazed mahogany double doors and side panels from Drawing Room. Tiled floor and vaulted pine ceiling. French doors to garden. Panoramic  views.

 

Kitchen with Casual Dining Area  –  18’4” x 14’0” (plus bay window)
Excellent range of oak Shaker style units with polished granite work surfaces. Inset one and a half bowl Frankee stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, Bosch double oven and Hotpoint ceramic hob with stainless steel extractor hood , plumbing for dishwasher. Concealed lighting and recessed spot lights. Maple flooring and cream Valiant wood burning stove.

 

Rear Hall – 7’3” x 6’0”
High and low level Shaker style units and tiled floor

 

Cloakroom – 6’0” x 5’0”
low flush toilet, wash hand basin, tiled floor and extractor fan.

Rear lobby –
Steps down to side entrance door and -

 

Utility Room –  12’5” x 10’9”
oil fired boiler,  plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer and chest freezer

 

Bedroom 1 – 13’4” x 11’0”
Bay window overlooking garden. Built in wardrobe with mirrored sliding doors.
Ensuite Bathroom – 9’6” x 4’6”
White suite with chrome fittings comprising panelled corner bath with mixer tap and hand shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush toilet. Wall and floor tiling

 

Bedroom 2 –  13’9” x 9’0”
Lough views, built in wardrobe with mirrored sliding doors

 

Bedroom 3 –  13’9” x 9’0”
Lough views, built in wardrobe with under stairs storage

 

Shower Room – 8’4” x 5’9”
Large shower enclosure with Triton power shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush toilet

 

FIRST FLOOR

 

Landing
Recessed spot lights and wall light point, double glazed skylight and large under eaves storage cupboard.

 

Bedroom 4 – 12’6” x 10’9”
Double glazed skylight

 

Bedroom 5 – 15’6” x 8’2”
Double glazed skylight and under eaves storage

 

Bathroom – 10’4” x 5’2”
White suite with chrome fittings comprising panelled bath with mixer tap and hand shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush toilet. Wall and floor tiling, chrome heated towel rail and double glazed skylight.

 

OUTSIDE

 

Double entrance gates, sweeping tarmac driveway and generous parking area.
Detached Matching Garage - light and power

 

Delightful landscaped gardens laid out in lawns, trees, shrubs, fruit trees and flowerbeds and patio areas. Panoramic views

 

Oil tank, outside lighting and water tap

 

Property Costs

  • Status: For Sale
  • Offers Around£375,000
  • Stamp Duty: £8,750*

* 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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