This Freehold property is located at 160 Main Street, Bushmills and is available for private sale. Located on the main path between the village centre and the Old Bushmills Distillery. It comprises of five bedrooms, bathroom/toilet, two reception rooms, dining room, kitchen, covered utility area and downstairs toilet. The property is currently lived in and was built circa 1930. It has a warm friendly atmosphere to it.
Front hall which measures 3.9m from the stained glass door. Beyond the door is a reception porch measuring 1.5 x 0.90m, this has an outer solid wood half door. Hall has tiled floor and mirror shelf with lights.
Front left reception room measuring 4.18m x 3.32m with cast iron fireplace and wood surround, power sockets and BT terminal. The room is currently used as a hobby room, there is a window behind the grey panel on the far left.
Main reception room measuring 4.17m x 3.78m. Room features original wooden floor, fireplace with back boiler, power sockets and radiator. The house has dual heating system oil and solid fuel.
Another angle of the main reception room.
Dining Room which measures 4.50m x 4.0m with power points, radiator and wooden ceiling with insert lights. This was originally the kitchen which was moved to the scullery. This now functions as dining / tv/ games room.
The scullery now serves as the kitchen measures 3.86m x 1.90m with eye level cupboard, sink unit and power points. Small but functional.
Covered area with downstairs toilet to left of back door leading to back yard area. The area measures 4.30m x 3.2m. Plumbed for washing machine and dish washer and with power points.
Upper landing which measures 6.60m from front to back bedroom door. Power points. The door to the right is a small room used as a study with a window to the back.
View from front window down to the bad bedroom.
Main Bedroom measuring 4.30m x 3.80m with built wall length wardrobe, power points, wall lights and radiator.
Guest bedroom t front measuring 2.30m x 3.90m with power points and radiator.
Back bedroom which overlooks roof of covered area and yard measures 3.30m x 2.35m with power sockets and radiator.
Back bedroom and storage measures 3.83m x 2.5m with power sockets and access to attic. Room is divided in half by a curtain, so larger than in the photo.
Bathroom with toilet, hand basin and large bath. Measures 2.4m x 1.85m
View from back bedroom over covered area to yard, window on left is the other back bedroom.
Private side entrance to yard and car parking.
Another view of yard
Garden is a large jungle It measures 23m x 14.6m. The garden once had a manicured lawn but I lost interest after the developer of the town houses in the photo, 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 very secluded though...a wildlife garden.
At the rear boundary are three large conifers with an eight foot high stone wall behind them. Beyond this is the church car park and the Old Bushmills Distillery. So no buildings will be built behind this property.
Street view of the property looking up towards the Distillery. As well as being close to the Old Bushmills Distillery the property is 2 miles from the Giant's Causeway, Dunluce Castle and Portballintrae, all within walking distance. Bushmills is a growing and prospering gateway village to the Unesco World Heritage site of the Giants Causeway (two miles away) and surrounding visitor attractions, it currently has in access of 1 million visitors passing through it every year.
The property has great potential for re-development, a family home or as a tourist accommodation/retail shop. We have preliminary architects drawings undertaken for additional accommodation behind which takes into account all the village restrictions and requirements. Opposite the house are trees and the river Bush, viewable from the upper windows during the winter when the trees loose their leaves. For any enquiries contact arthurward (@) yahoo.com
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