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This 'freehold' property is located at 160 Main Street, Bushmills and available for private sale.

 

Located between the Distiller's Arms and the Old Bushmills Distillery. The house which has a warm friendly atmosphere and lots of character is comprised of five bedrooms of various sizes, upstairs bathroom/toilet, two front reception rooms, dining room, scullery, covered utility area with downstairs toilet. The property is currently lived in and was built circa 1930. The property has a large  rear yard which can hold three cars comfortably, there is a large garden to the rear of the yard which is elevated and looks over the church car park, rural landscape and the Old Bushmills Whiskey Distillery. The private side entrance has a lockable front gate. On the far side of the road are trees and the river Bush, the river is viewable from the upper windows during the winter when the trees lose their leaves. There will never be any developments in front or behind the property.

 

Details:

 Front Hall measures 3.9m from the stained glass door and has a tiled floor.   Reception Porch measures1.5m x 0.90m, this has an outer solid wood half door and tiled floor.    Main Reception room measures  4.17m x 3.78m.  Features original wooden floor, fireplace with back boiler, power sockets, radiator and double glazed window.  The house has dual heating system oil and solid fuel.    Second Reception room measures  4.18m x 3.32m  with cast iron fireplace and wood surround, power sockets and double glazing.    Dining Room measures 4.50m x 4.0m with power points, radiator and wooden ceiling. This was originally the kitchen which was moved to the scullery. Double glazed window on entry side.    The Scullery now serves as the kitchen measures 3.86m x 1.90m with eye level cupboard, sink unit and power points.     Upper Landing measures 6.60m from front to back bedroom door.  Power points and double glazing.    Main Bedroom measures 4.30m x 3.80m with built wall length wardrobe, power points, wall lights, radiator and double glazing.    Guest bedroom  measures 2.5m x 3.90m with power points, radiator and double glazing.    Back1 bedroom  which overlooks roof of covered area and yard measures 3.30m x 2.35m with power sockets, radiator and double glazing.    Back 2 bedroom  over dining room measures  4m x 3m with power points, radiator and double glazing

Study room measures  4m x 2m with radiator and power points.    Covered area measures 4.3m x 3.2m with downstairs toilet leading to back yard area, plumbed for washing machine,   dish washer and with power points.

 

Rear Yard measures 14m x 12m this does not include the concrete steps and path leading to the garden nor the 3m wide entrance from Main Street. The entrance and yard are concreted.    Rear Garden measures 23m x 14.6m. It is a jungle which once had a  manicured lawn but I lost interest after the developer of the town houses in the photo (circa 2006)  dug down 2.5 metre beside the property and unfortunately or deliberately exposed the roots of a row of mature trees which then had to be removed. It is still is very secluded and sits up above new development screened by a 2m fence…...a wildlife garden.

 

Although a comfortable family home, the property has great potential for re-development as private dwellings, tourist accommodation or a retail shop.  We have preliminary architect drawings  for two additional accommodation  units behind the property where the garden is. These take into account all the village restrictions and requirements.  If you are seriously interested in the property then email me at arthurward (@) yahoo.com   -  (Offers over  £150,000)