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Rosemount, 99 Kirk Road, Ballymoney, BT53 8HN

Price on Application
  • status Sale Agreed
  • bedrooms 4 Bedrooms
  • receptions 3 Receptions
  • style Detached
EPC Rating
  • Price Price on Application
  • Style Detached
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Receptions 3
  • Heating Oil
  • EPC Rating F32 /F32
  • Status Sale Agreed
Ballymoney Office: 028 2766 7676


This distinctive Residence can only be described as one of the most impressive properties in the Ballymoney area occupying a choice rural elevated setting with panoramic views over miles of the surrounding countryside yet within a short drive of the town centre, schools, churches and all local amenities.  Rosemount boasts an array of original antique fixtures including an impressive Mahogany Balustrade staircase, original fireplaces in many of the Living Rooms and Bedrooms, original tiled flooring in the Reception Hall and Kitchen, coved ceilings, hand made Kitchen, an antique cast iron roll top bath, exposed eaves and a range of sympathetically restored outbuildings to the rear.  The spectacular views stretch on a clear day from the Antrim Hills/Knocklayde Mountain to the Donegal Hills. 

It’s not surprising then to find out that this location has been the family home since the 1700's with the current property constructed circa 1924.  In brief the property provides 4 spacious bedrooms, 3 reception rooms, shower room and bathroom, scullery, study, useful attic rooms and a range of stone built outbuildings including the original stables, extensive hay loft, the bull house, Tractor house plus the option to purchase up to circa 19 acres of agricultural land.

The property and outbuildings were extensively renovated circa 1992 retaining all the original features as mentioned and therefore providing a unique opportunity to purchase this fine residence in superb order, situated on a choice plot and offering a range of original features.

As selling agents we therefore highly recommend for the most discerning of buyers to arrange immediate inspection to fully appreciate the character and charm of Rosemount.


  • Exceptional Period residence with an array of original antique fixtures.
  • Choice elevated rural situation.
  • Panoramic views over miles of the surrounding countryside.
  • Extensively renovated circa 1992.
  • Well proportioned 4 bedroom and 3 plus reception room accommodation
  • Family bathroom plus a separate shower room
  • Recently redecorated with new carpets.
  • An array of stone outbuildings with concept drawings for conversion - Subject to Planning.
  • Double glazed windows - treated pine frames.
  • Oil fired heating system - new Grant condensing burner fitted circa 2016.
  • Conveniently located close to the main A26 Frosses Road for commuting or visiting the Causeway Coast.
  • Option to purchase up to 19 acres of adjacent agricultural lands.
  • Viewing highly recommended.

Room Details

  • Entrance Porch

    With coved ceilings, decorative Antique tiled floor, glass panel door and side panels to:
  • Reception Hall

    With an impressive Mahogany Balustrade staircase to First floor Landing.
  • Drawing Room 18' 3" X 14' 11" (5.56m X 4.55m)

    (Including bay window) With original antique fireplace with copper insets, tiled hearth and detailed over mantle, coved ceiling, picture rail and superb views to the front.
  • Family Room 14' 11" X 17' 7" (4.55m X 5.36m)

    (Including bay window) With original tiled fireplace and hearth with detailed carved surround and over mantel, T.V. point, picture rail and ceiling coving.
  • Rear Reception Hall

    With double cloaks cupboard, tiled floor, storage understairs with light and cloakroom, Separate cloakroom, comprising w.c., wash hand basin with tiled splashback, part wood panelled walls and a tiled floor.
  • Dining Room 15' 0" X 12' 11" (4.57m X 3.94m)

    Original marble fireplace with tiled inset and hearth, picture rail and coved ceiling.
  • Kitchen 15' 0" X 15' 0" (4.57m X 4.57m)

    With hand made eye and low level units, wooden worktop, Belfast style sink, Antique style hot and cold taps, AGA oil fired range, pine over mantel, plumbed for an automatic dishwasher, telephone point and original tiled floor.
  • Scullery 13' 4" X 10' 3" (4.06m X 3.12m)

    Recently fitted grey finish units and larder cupboard, single bowl stainless steel sink unit, plumbed for an automatic washing machine, original tiled floor and the original Maid"s staircase to the first floor.
  • First Floor Accommodation

  • Spacious First Floor Landing

    With coved ceilings, telephone point and panoramic views to the front.
  • Bedroom 1 15' 4" X 13' 11" (4.67m X 4.24m)

    With original cast iron fireplace with tiled inset, tiled hearth and Mahogany surround, picture rail and ceiling covings.
  • Bedroom 2 15' 5" X 12' 10" (4.70m X 3.91m)

    With original cast iron fireplace with tiled inset, tiled hearth and Mahogany surround, picture rail and ceiling covings.
  • Bedroom 3 15' 6" X 10' 6" (4.72m X 3.20m)

    With original cast iron fireplace with tiled inset, tiled hearth and Mahogany surround.
  • Shower Room

    Recently upgraded with contemporary fittings including a vanity basin with storage under, w.c., shaver point and a tiled shower cubicle with a thermostatic shower.
  • Bedroom 4 12' 0" X 13' 10" (3.66m X 4.22m)

    With original cast iron fireplace with tiled inset, tiled hearth and Mahogany surround.
  • Bathroom & w.c. combined

    With an antique pedestal wash hand basin, an antique cast iron roll top bath with claw feet, and waste/plug, w.c., shaver point, point for a wall light, painted wood panelled walls and ceiling; and a tiled shower cubicle with a thermostatic shower.
  • Study 13' 5" X 7' 11" (4.09m X 2.41m)

    (Including hotpress and immersion heater) With storage cupboard, hotpress and immersion heater.
  • Stairway to Attic Rooms

  • Attic Room 1 15' 6" X 15' 7" (4.72m X 4.75m)

    With light, power points, access to eaves storage and door to:
  • Storage 6' 9" X 15' 9" (2.06m X 4.80m)

    With access to attic storage.
  • Attic Room 2 15' 6" X 15' 8" (4.72m X 4.78m)

    With light and power points.
  • Exterior Features

  • Option to purchase up to circa 19 of agricultural land.
  • Garden laid in lawn to front and side with stocked flowerbeds and decorative pillars to the front.
  • Cattle grid at front access with tarmac driveway and extensive tarmac parking to front, side and rear.
  • Water trough.
  • Outside lights.
  • Outside tap.
  • Well drained concrete yard to the side.
  • Stone Outbuildings Include:-

  • Bull House 15' 5" X 21' 6" (4.70m X 6.55m)

    With stable door, light and sash style windows.
  • Cottage 28' 8" X 14' 6" (8.74m X 4.42m)

    (Sub divided internally) With light, power points, stable door, fireplace and provision for w.c.
  • Original Stables/Piggeries 70' 4" X 25' 0" (21.44m X 7.62m)

    (External) With lights, windows and a ladder to the Hay loft (70"4 x 25"0-External).
  • Tractor Store/Piggeries 37' 2" X 25' 0" (11.33m X 7.62m)

    With lights and swing doors to the Tractor store.
  • Original Hen Houses 61' 1" X 23' 8" (18.62m X 7.21m)

    With sash style windows, light, power points and subdivided internally.


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Although enjoying a rural situation the property is also conveniently only a few miles drive to Ballymoney town, the A26 Frosses Road and on route to the famous "Dark Hedges" (as featured on the Game of Thrones T.V. series) and the Causeway Coast. Leave Ballymoney town from the Portrush Road roundabout on the A26 Frosses Road heading towards Ballymena and then left after 1 mile onto the Kirk Road (sign posted to Ballintoy and the Gracehill Gold Club). After c. 2.5 miles then Rosemount is situated on the right hand side.

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