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2 Creeghduff Road, Clough, Seaforde, Down, BT30 8NJ

Asking Price

£325,000

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3 Beds
3 Receptions
Detached
E 39
EPC Rating

Location of 2 Creeghduff Road

From the village of Clough in Co. Down take the A25 in the direction of Downpatrick for c. 1 mile. The property is located on the Main Road it’s junction with the Creeghduff Road.

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features

  • Beautifully maintained detached family home on c. 0.65 acres
  • Boasting 3 bedrooms (master en suite), 3 reception rooms, 3 bathrooms and sun room
  • Modern fitted kitchen with associated utility room and cloakroom
  • Contains many period features such as ceiling roses, decorative cornicing, moulded plaster work, wainscot panelling, radiator covers and cast iron feature fireplaces
  • Fully double glazed with oil central heating with gas supply to fireplaces
  • Accessed through wrought iron access gates from both Creeghduff Road and the Downpatrick Road
  • Winding driveway with ample parking/turning
  • Extensively manicured gardens to include stable, garden workshop and garden room
  • Set amidst the rolling countryside of Co. Down in close proximity to both Newcastle and Downpatrick

comprises

Entrance Hallway 4.87m x 3.33m (16' 0" x 10' 11")
Timber arched entrance door with antique ironmongery and decorative stained glass side panels leads to entrance hallway, Painted ceiling with ceiling rose and decorative cornicing, Painted walls with decorative inlay plasterwork and carpet to floor, Carpeted mahogany staircase to first floor with decorative mouldings to treads and risers
Morning Room 4.33m x 3.36m (14' 2" x 11' 0")
Painted ceiling with ceiling rose and decorative cornicing, Painted walls with decorative plaster mouldings and carpeted floor, Open fire (but also piped for gas) set into cast iron antique surround with brass inserts, Matching cast iron hearth with brass hearth fender, Window seat with Wainscot panelling and cushioned top
Drawing Room 5.46m x 4.6m (17' 11" x 15' 1")
Double doors lead through from entrance hallway, Painted ceiling with ceiling rose and decorative cornicing, Painted walls with carpet to floor, Open fire (but also piped for gas) set into cast iron antique surround with brass inserts, Matching cast iron hearth with brass hearth fender, Painted radiator cover
Dining Area 2.73m x 4.73m (8' 11" x 15' 6")
Enjoys a feature raised area which is open plan to drawing room accessed via mahogany steps and bounded by mahogany balustrades, Painted ceiling with decorative ceiling, painted walls with cornicing and carpet to floor, Double mahogany doors lead through to sun room to rear
Sun Room 4.36m x 4.33m (14' 4" x 14' 2")
Hexagonal shaped sunroom with full double glazed windows and perspex roof covering, Parapet walls with window sills and patterned tiled floor, Double PVC patio doors lead to garden with glazed side panels, Built in wall insets to both sides of double doors
Kitchen 3.12m x 4.86m (10' 3" x 15' 11")
Painted ceiling, painted walls and carpet to floor, Feature bay window, Range of both high and low level fully fitted oak units with matching worktops and tiled splash back, Sink and a half with drainer into bay, Eye level built in Belling oven and grill, Decorative corner glass fronted unit, Built in Philips Whirlpool fridge and freezer, Built in Ceran electric hob, Built in Philips Whirlpool dishwasher, Feature raised corner area giving access to raised dining room beyond
Utility Room 2.71m x 1.07m (8' 11" x 3' 6")
Painted ceiling with painted walls and carpeted floor, Fitted low level units with space under for slot in washing machine and additional fridge/freezer
Cloakroom 1.43m x 1.13m (4' 8" x 3' 8")
Painted ceiling and walls with lino to floor, Coloured WC and wall mounted WHB
Landing/Reading Office Area 4.2m x 6m (13' 9" x 19' 8")
Painted ceiling with ceiling rose, Sloped painted walls with carpeted floor, Decorative mahogany radiator cover
Master Bedroom 4.6m x 6.23m (15' 1" x 20' 5")
Painted ceiling with ceiling rose, Part papered walls and carpeted floor, Built in wardrobes (0.57m x 1.67m) with double doors, hanging space and shelving
Ensuite Bathroom 1.99m x 3.96m (6' 6" x 13' 0")
Painted ceiling, painted walls and carpeted floor, White suite to include WC pedestal WHB with tiled back splash, TRITON electric shower in fully tiled and separate double shower cubicle with glass door, Decorative radiator cover
Bedroom (2) 3.12m x 3.33m (10' 3" x 10' 11")
Painted ceiling and walls with carpeted, Decorative radiator cover, Built in hot press with double opening doors to include hanging space and shelving floor
Bedroom (3) 4.09m x 3.33m (13' 5" x 10' 11")
Painted ceiling papered to slope painted walls and carpeted floor, Single wardrobe with shelving and hanging space, Decorative radiator cover , Trap door to roof pace
Family Bathroom 1.98m x 3.55m (6' 6" x 11' 8")
Painted ceiling and papered walls with carpeted floor, White bathroom suite to include WC, pedestal WHB and bath with telephone shower head set into decorative mahogany surround, Hot press with shelving accessed through double doors with glazed inset panels
The property is accessed through double wrought iron gates which lead to a winding tarmac driveway up to front of house, Additional double wrought iron gates provide access from the main Downpatrick Road, Ample parking and turning space with the hardstanding continuing around house on all sides, A mix of mature hedgerows and ranch style fencing bounds the property on all sides, Extensive lawns with a multitude of mature beds and shrubs, The gardens include a stable, a garden workshop, and a tool shed all with power and water supplies, Outside water taps and electrical sockets, Includes oil tank
Rating
Current rates payable for 2019/20 = £1,566.39
Tenure
We understand the property is Freehold
These particulars do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. None of the statements contained in these particulars are to be relied on as statements or representations of fact and any intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. The Vendor does not make or give and neither T.L Graham & Son nor any person in their employment has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property. Please note that we have not tested the services or systems in this property. Purchasers should make/commission their own inspections if they feel it is necessary. Photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item is included for sale with the property. (NB. All measurements are approximate)

description

No. 2 Creeghduff Road occupies a beautifully scenic location amongst the rolling hills of Co. Down close to both Downpatrick and Newcastle. Having been lovingly maintained over the last 20 years by the current owners this extremely comfortable home extends to more than 2,500 sqft of living space and boasts 3 bedrooms (master en suite), 3 reception rooms, 3 bathrooms, sun room, modern spacious kitchen, utility room and separate dining room.

 

Situated on c. 0.65 acres of beautifully manicured gardens the property boasts a stable, a garden workshop and a tool shed set amongst extensive lawns and mature beds full of interesting flora and fawna. Accessed through grand double wrought iron gates the tarmac driveway takes you up to the front of the house where there is ample parking and turning space. The hardstanding continues around the property to the owner’s courtyard to the rear.

 

Being situated on the main Clough to Downpatrick road this property presents the would be purchaser with an opportunity to purchase a well proportioned and well appointed family home in easy striking distance of the Belfast commute.

 

Vendors Narrative

“20 years ago when we moved into number 2, we bought it because we liked the look of it, little realizing what a wonderful experience it was going to be, from its star studded night skies to the delights of seeing the seasons in the garden.  Views of the Mournes welcome me in the morning and overhead passing my kitchen window, I see Harriot the Heron, ducks, swans etc, and a family of Buzzards keep me entertained whilst I peg out the laundry. 

A house and where it sits can tell a story and this house not only has a tale to tell, it has everyday facilities to make life flow smoothly, excellent schools, Doctors, shopping, Leisure Centre etc all within easy reach.  A stones throw away beautiful walks at Murlough Bay and birdwatching at Dundrum Bay, Newcastle and Tollymore forest for cycling, a good hike and fresh air.  Good access to Belfast, Lisburn and Banbridge.

All in all a super place to live, it captured our hearts, it could do the same for you.”

Property Costs

  • Status: For Sale
  • Asking Price£325,000
  • Stamp Duty: £6,250*

* 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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E 39

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