|Address||Foley Hill, 16 Ballinderry Road, Moira, Aghalee|
|Price||Last listed at Offers around £350,000|
|EPC Rating||A24/C52 (co2: A18/B40)|
'HOME OF DISTINCTION'
Foley Hill, built in the 1880s, is a gracious period style residence set on beautiful mature gardens extending to about one acre. The property enjoys panoramic views over Portmore Lough and beyond. It uniquely offers family oriented accomodation plus a separate substantial Coach House with self-contained facilities.
Many period style features have been retained including; original sliding sash windows with deep reveals, some with shutters, 3 metre high ceilings many with original cornices, original panelled internal doors.
It is well located on the main Ballinderry / Crumlin Road convenient to the A26 Airport Road and the M1 at Moira.
Enclosed private courtyard accessed via double wooden gates and leading to the Coach House and the back access to Foley Hill.
Double solid panelled entrance doors.
Spacious entrance hall
Sindled staircase to first floor with feature carved Newel post.
8.00m x 3.60m (26' 3" x 11' 10") Impressive fireplace, feature bay window with window seat offering beautiful elevated countryside views over Portmore Lough and Lough Neagh.
Formal dining room
8.00m x 4.00m (26' 3" x 13' 1") with deep reveal sliding sash windows with shutters, built-in cupboards
Wooden double glazed conservatory
6.50m x 3.40m (21' 4" x 11' 2") Double doors to garden
Range of built-in cupboards, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin, wc, tiled floor.
6.10m x 4.20m (20' x 13' 9") Feature fireplace with inset cast iron multi fuel stove, solid wooden strip flooring, recessed low voltage down-lights and archway to kitchen.
3.90m x 3.60m (12' 10" x 11' 10") Excellent range of traditional style limed oak high and low level units, 4 oven oil fired Aga, solid wooden strip flooring, stainless steel double bowl sink unit with mixer taps and waste disposal unit, recessed down-lights.
3.70m x 2.00m (12' 2" x 6' 7") Range of high and low level fitted units,inset single drainer sink unit.
Cloakroom off with wash hand basin and wc.
3.10m x 1.70m (10' 2" x 5' 7") Access to courtyard.
Spacious landing over-looking gardens
Suite comprising panelled bath with shower over and glass shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush wc. Fully tiled walls. Heated towel rail. Built-in hotpress
5.90m x 4.00m (19' 4" x 13' 1") recessed spotlights to ceiling.
Dressing Room: 3.1m x 1.9m (10'2''x6'3'')Built-in wardrobes
En-suite: Large shower enclosure with steam jets and steam facility, wash hand basin and low flush wc. Built-in airing cupboard
Feature period style fireplace and extensive rural views
Feature period style fireplace and extensive rural views.
Enclosed central courtyard accessed via double gates from driveway. Finished in tarmac. Wrought iron side gates. Fuel store.
Garage 5.90m x 6.00m (19' 4" x 19' 8") Up and over door.
Mature gardens all around in an array of plants, trees and shrubs. Flowerbeds and borders. Patio area to side. Beautiful views. These grounds have to be experienced to fully appreciate the privacy and tranquillity on offer.
THE COACH HOUSE
The Coach House is a separate two-storied building annexed to the courtyard. It is currently designed with a kitchen, bathroom, lounge and two bedrooms but this could be configured to suit a variety of purposes including , guest accommodation, rental income, keep fit, business use or hobbies. Parking and separate access are available.
This unique combination of period dwelling plus Coach House should appeal to the discerning buyer seeking an exclusive family home with the potential for other activity. Viewing is highly recommended if you desire a home of distinction.