|Address||51 - 53 Ardreagh Road, Coleraine|
|Price||Offers around £249,950|
Nestled along the banks of the Agivey River, 51-53 Ardreagh Road occupies a mature landscaped site. Purpose built in the early 1900's, the property was originally designed as a dwelling house, general merchant store and stone construction stables. Over the years this stunning property has seen a change in use moving with changing retail climates and customer requirements, it has indeed been home to a general store and forecourt, Mace shop, Post Office and lately an antiques shop. The dwelling house has been sympathetically restored by the current owners of twenty-four years yet retains many of the original features.
High ceilings, cornice, ceiling roses, sash windows, original internal doors, an Aga oil fuelled stove takes pride of place in the Morning Room. Externally, extensive lawns and patio area together with well stocked seasonal planting and mature trees pave the way to the banks of the Agivey River which meets the bottom of the garden. The cherry on top? The property comes with its own fishing rights which are transferable with the sale, the Agivey known for its superb stock of trout and salmon.
Practically perfect with endless opportunities, we strongly encourage internal inspection to fully appreciate all that is on offer.
Leaving Coleraine along the Dunhill Road, turn left onto the Drumcroon Road. Take the turning on your left onto Moneybrannon Road. Having travelled circa nine miles, turn right onto Ardreagh Road. Number 51 - 53 will be on your right.