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Being part of the Mount Panther Estate historically and being originally used as a stable block and latterly as farm storage this old barn has been lovingly restored to create a modern, comfortable and contemporary living space with all the added history and character one would expect in a project of this nature. Spread over 2 floors and comprising: 4 bedrooms (two with En Suite), family bathroom, kitchen with gallery over, separate utility room, living room, sun room and detached double garage a purchase of this barn conversion presents the discerning purchaser with a most unusual opportunity to purchase a “one off” home with much history attached. Being situated roughly halfway between the villages of Dundrum and Clough and being only c. 1 mile off the Main Road the Barn is very well placed to access all of amenities on offer in the Mourne Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to include Murlough Nature Reserve with its 3 mile long sandy beach, Keel Point and Dundrum Castle Accessed via a private road from the Knocksticken Road and occupying a space nestled within rolling green fields with spectacular views across surrounding hills and valleys a great sense of peace and harmony exists here.

Key Information

Address Barn Conversion, Knocksticken Road, Dundrum
Style Detached house
Status For sale
Price Offers around £349,950
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3
Receptions 2
Heating Oil
EPC Rating C77/C77 (co2: C72/C72)

Summary

  • PC Sums available for Kitchen & Utility Room £12k, Floor Finish to GF Living Area £2k and Wood Burner £1,5k
  • Fully converted and restored 4 bedroom (2 with en suite) stone built barn
  • All bathrooms finished with contemporary sanitary wear
  • Remainder of property fully painted and ready to take purchaser’s finish
  • Double height kitchen space with oak stairs to gallery over
  • Retains many period features such as natural roof slates and stone boundary walls
  • Sun Room with full height glazing to 3 sides
  • Completely wired and plumbed with oak doors throughout
  • Security system
  • Beam vacuum system, pressurised water system, oil under floor heating with double glazing
  • Brand new double garage with dedicated boiler room to rear
  • Gravel driveway, parking and turning area with paved pathways and patio
  • Nestled among green fields with spectacular views across surrounding hills and valleys
  • In close proximity to Mournes area, Murlough Nature Reserve and Keel Point

Additional Information

ACCOMMODATION

Internal - Ground Floor

Entrance Hallway 27’8” x 4’3”
Living Room 16’6” x 15’7” with double doors to rear patio
Kitchen 19’6” x 16’8” (at widest)
Utility Room 10’6” x 5’7”

Bedroom (1) 12’4” x 11’7”
Ground Floor WC 8’0” x 4’1”

Bedroom (2) 12’10” x 11’6”
Family Bathroom 6’10” x 4’2” PVC door to patio
Sun Room 16’7” x 11’9”

Internal - First Floor

First floor landing 21’7” x 4’3”

Master Bedroom 12’10” x 16’9” (at widest) with roof light
Master Bedroom En Suite 6’2” x 4’11” with roof light

Family Bathroom 11’5” x 12’3” (at widest) Sloped ceiling with roof light

Bedroom (4) 15’6” x 16’8” (at widest) with roof light
Bedroom (4) En Suite 6’4” x 6’1” with roof light
Gallery 16’8” x 11’0” with 3 roof lights

External

Detached Double Garage 24’4” x 21’1” (at widest)
Dedicated Boiler Room 7’10” x 6’2” (within garage)
Full accessible overhead storage space

Paved patio
Extensive gravel parking and turning area
Impressive stone entrance pillars with boundary wall
Large grassed area secured from surrounding fields

Rating
It is estimated that the annual rates will be c. £1,800 for the current rating year 2016/17

Tenure
We are advised that the property will available by way of Freehold with a right of way being granted for use of the access laneway

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.

Directions

Take the A24 out of Clough travelling in the direction of Dundrum. Travel down to the bottom of the hill c. 0.7 miles out of the village and you will see Knocksticken Road on your right hand side. Turn into this road and travel c. 0.3 miles. Take a left up a private tarmac laneway c. 300 yards which bounds the old Mount Panther Estate and opposite the gates of the second house along this road there is a gravel laneway on your left hand side. Turn into this laneway and you will see the Barn up ahead.