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This delightful, quaint and very charming traditional 3 bedroom cottage occupies an elevated 0.7 acre site in the lower Mournes close to Trassey Valley outside Bryansford and close to Newcastle. It is packed full of original features such as granite windowsills and lintels, stable style doors, internal timber ledge style doors with metal latches, stone fireplaces and farmhouse rough cast plaster. All these traditional features are set against a very modern functionality such as a modern kitchen, modern bathrooms, under floor heating via a wood pellet boiler, a pressurized water system and solar panels for heating water all making this property a real “one off” for those who are interested in traditional Mournes style living with a modern twist. Access to No. 141 is via a short stone laneway from the main road and this takes one though double entrance gates to the front apron for parking and turning. The gardens are sloped and stepped with numerous stone steps and pathways where magnificent views can be enjoyed across the surrounding countryside. Also included is a sizeable timber shed, a fully functioning green house, a stone outhouse which houses the wood pellet boiler and plenty of open space to grow vegetables or perhaps keep bees. The property also boasts a converted barn which could be used as flexible work from home office or studio space or alternatively could be used as holiday accommodation (subject to consents).

Key Information

Address 141 Bryansford Road, Kilcoo, Newry
Style Cottage
Status For sale
Price Offers over £310,000
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 3
Receptions 2
Heating Wood pellet
EPC Rating F26/F38 (CO2: B84/B88)

Summary

  • Fantastically quaint and extremely charming traditional 3 bed cottage on 0.7 acres
  • Stunning location in the lower Mournes
  • Magnificent westerly views towards Lough Island Reavy
  • Packed full of traditional features such as stable style entrance doors, internal timber ledge style doors with metal latches, granite sills and lintels, stone fireplaces with granite insets and farmhouse rough cast plaster to walls
  • Pressurised plumbing system with solar panels to heat water
  • Wood pellet boiler feeding ground floor under floor heating with radiators above
  • Separate stone out building suitable for a range of uses such as home office/work/studio space or holiday letting (subject to consents)
  • Multi layered mature garden full of pathways and stone steps
  • Includes large garden shed and greenhouse
  • Includes ownership of adjoining laneway over which the local farmer has a right of way to access his fields
  • Bags of space to develop other self-sustaining hobbies

Additional Information

INTERNAL

 

Ground Floor

 

Kitchen

Painted sloped ceiling with skylights

Painted walls over farmhouse style rough cast plaster and quarry tiled floor

Mixture of both high and low fitted solid oak units with matching worktops

Single white sink with drainer

Double width range style cooker with overhead extractor canopy

(Range style cooker available to purchase separately if desired)

Built in drawer fridge and space for slot in dishwasher

 

Utility Room

Painted ceiling with skylight, painted walls and quarry tiled floor carried through from kitchen

Mixture of both high and low level fitted timber units with matching worktop

Space for slot washing machine and fridge under worktop

 

WC

Painted ceiling with skylight, painted walls and quarry tiled floor again carried through from kitchen

White suite to include WC and pedestal WHB

Built in oak double broom cupboard

 

Glazed Walk Through/Dining Space

Double glazed sun room style glazed walk through made of painted timber with quarry tiled floor again carried through from kitchen

Includes space within set against original feature stone wall for dining

Pedestrian door to rear garden

 

Main Entrance Hallway

Accessed via a timber painted stable style front door with old style latches

Painted ceiling and walls with quarry tiled floor again carried through from kitchen

Timber stairs to first floor

 

Living Room (1)

Painted ceiling and walls with quarry tiled floor again carried through from kitchen

Tall arched style stone fireplace with granite sidings and reclaimed timber mantle housing a multi fuel stove on slate style hearth

 

Living Room (2)

Plaster painted ceiling and walls with quarry tiled floor again carried through from kitchen

Feature stone wall with multifuel stove inset on quarry tiled hearth

 

Master Bedroom

Plaster painted ceiling and walls with quarry tiled floor again carried through from kitchen

Door opening to front

 

En Suite

Plaster painted ceiling and walls with quarry tiled floor again carried through from kitchen

White suite to include WC, pedestal WHB and corner shower cubicle with mains shower

Mirror fronted cabinet with glass shelf and tiled backsplash

Chrome radiator

 

FIRST FLOOR

 

Landing

Timber stairs curl up through open aspect roof glazing to first floor

Landing has plaster painted sloped ceiling with 2 skylights, painted walls and oak flooring currently being used as a study.

 

Family Bathroom

Painted sloped ceiling with oak beam, recessed spotlights and skylights

Painted walls and oak flooring

White suite to include WC, pedestal WHB and stand alone bath

Tiled backsplash to bath and sink

Mirror fronted cabinet with light over WHB

Corner shower cubicle with mains shower

Hot press housing pressurised water system

Shelved cupboard space under eaves

Chrome heated towel radiator

 

Bedroom (2)

Painted sloped ceiling with oak beam and skylight

Painted walls with oak flooring

Trap door to roof space

 

Bedroom (3)

Painted sloped ceilings with oak beams and 2 skylights

Plaster painted walls and oak flooring

 

EXTERNAL

 

A stoned driveway bounded by an old stone wall leads to entrance pillars and a pair of wrought iron gates

The laneway curls to the right and leads into adjoining fields (adjoining landowner has a right of way across this lane)

Extensive parking and turning space to front apron of house

Lower garden features various stone walls and feature steps which lead down towards the main road

Stepped gardens to side of house comprising separate stone building suitable as office/studio space or holiday let, large garden shed and greenhouse

 

Converted Barn

Suitable as work from home space or a holiday let (subject to consents)

Timber entrance door leads to bedroom or office space

Plaster painted ceiling and walls with state tiled floor

Includes En Suite with WC, pedestal WHB and corner shower cubicle fitted with REDRING electric shower, chrome towel rail and extractor fan

 

A timber staircase leads to open plan living room or studio space on first floor

Plastered painted ceiling with three roof lights providing panoramic views over the surrounding countryside

Plastered painted walls and oak floor

Multi fuel stove in corner on slate hearth

 

Green house and garden shed

2 out houses one of which houses the wood pellet boiler, the other housing the wood pellets

The septic tank is located at the edge of the apron at front of the property

 

(NB All dimensions are included on the floor plans & 3 dimensional views contained within the photo slide show)

 

My client advises that the internet speed is strong and every room is wired with cat5 sockets linked to a home network system.

 

Rating

The current rates payable for the rating year 2020/21 is £1,629.82 

 

Tenure

We are advised that this 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)

Directions

Take the B180 out of Bryansford Village in the direction of Hilltown. Travel up past the Trassey Valley and go past the left turn to Slievenaman Road. c. 0.6 miles beyond on the main road you will see No. 141 on the hill on your left hand side.