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197 Seacon Road, Ballymoney, BT53 6PZ

Asking Price £369,950
  • status For Sale
  • bedrooms 5 Bedrooms
  • receptions 3 Receptions
  • style Detached
EPC Rating
  • Price Asking Price £369,950
  • Style Detached
  • Bedrooms 5
  • Receptions 3
  • Heating Oil
  • EPC Rating D55 /D67
  • Status For Sale
Ballymoney Office: 028 2766 7676

Description

**The 3 reception rooms includes the open plan family/living room**

We feel exceptionally privileged to be instructed with the sale of this fine residence which occupies arguably the best situation in Ballymoney town. That is, it occupies a semi elevated private situation with outstanding views over the town plus the surrounding countryside towards the Antrim Glens and Causeway Coast in the distance. 

On top of this it's situated on the highly sought after Seacon Road whilst offering a super flexible arrangement of living accommodation including what must be one of the finest open plan family/living rooms we have seen in a long time -  a huge room with  large opening bi fold doors to the southerly orientated and mature rear garden – allowing you to enjoy indoor/outdoor living - a real joy during periods of good weather. 

In all there’s an abundance of well finished and presented accommodation including 5 bedrooms and 3 receptions rooms (including the feature open plan family/living/dining room) all nestled amongst the spacious and mature exterior gardens.  

With accommodation and bedrooms on both the ground floor and first floors No. 197 is perfect for entertaining and zoning alternatively to meet the needs of any discerning buyers.

As such we highly recommend viewing as this ‘one off’ property should appeal to all age groups. Especially coupled with the super convenient location – a stones throw to the A26 Frosses Road for commuting or visiting the Causeway Coast; and yet also conveniently within walking distance to the town centre, local amenities and  highly regarded educational establishments.

Please note the viewing is strictly by appointment only.

 

Features

  • Probably the best situation of any house in Ballymoney - superbly elevated and as such enjoys a semi rural feel with outstanding views over Ballymoney town, the surrounding countryside and towards the
  • Also conveniently with walking distance to the town centre, local amenities and the renowned Dalriada Grammar School.
  • Impressive reception hall with a decorative antique fireplace and a central staircase with ornate balustrades.
  • Feature family/living room with the extensive sliding Bi Fold doors to the southerly orientated and mature rear garden.
  • This delightful room allows you to enjoy indoor/outdoor living and a real joy during periods of good weather.
  • A flexible arrangement of family living accommodation comprising 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 3 reception rooms (this including the fantastic open plan family/living room).
  • Indeed No. 197 is perfect for entertaining and zoning alternatively to meet the needs of any family.
  • uPVC double glazed windows.
  • Oil fired heating system.
  • Contemporary oak internal panel doors in many rooms.
  • Beam vacuum system.
  • uPVC fascia and soffit boards.
  • Detached garage with access to an adjacent store.
  • A real opportunity for one lucky discerning buyer.

Room Details

  • Entrance Porch

    uPVC Georgian style front door with glazed side panels and a fan over, tiled floor, coved ceiling, centrepiece and double bevelled glass panel doors to the reception hall.
  • Reception Hall 17' 5" X 13' 4" (5.31m X 4.06m)

    (average size) With a feature central staircase to the first floor accommodation, decorative antique fireplace with a slate hearth, ceiling coving, centrepieces, telephone point, beam vacuum point, a leaded/ stained glass window to the lounge and fitted oak wooden flooring.
  • Lounge 15' 10" X 15' 9" (4.83m X 4.80m)

    Attractive cast iron fireplace in an ornate wooden surround with a slate hearth, T.V. point, points for wall lights, ceiling coving and a large window to the front providing superb views over the mature gardens and the open countryside in the distance. Note: The lounge is presently being used as an additional bedroom. 
  • Kitchen/Dinette 19' 10" X 12' 0" (6.05m X 3.66m)

    Comprising an extensive range of fitted traditional style painted eye and low level units, tiled between the worktop and eye level units, bowl and a ½ ceramic sink with a mixer tap, "White Westinghouse" gas hob and electric oven in a pillar type surround with an integral extractor fan, integrated dishwasher, glass and corner display units, double larder unit, concealed display lighting, window pelmet with integral display lighting, concealed display lights, wine rack, island unit/breakfast bar with vegetable baskets and storage below; recessed ceiling lights and a sliding door to the family/living/dining room..
  • Utility Room 11' 11" X 5' 9" (3.63m X 1.75m)

    Fitted low level unit, plumbed for an automatic washing machine, vented for a tumble dryer, recessed halogen ceiling lights, tiled floor and a door to the boiler house with a tiled floor, oil fired boiler and the beam vacuum system.
  • Family/Living/Dining Room 25' 7" X 24' 2" (7.80m X 7.37m)

    (L shaped) (widest points) A superb living/ entertaining area with the feature bi fold doors to the rear gardens and patio area; part tiled flooring in this area with a corner fitted seating/dining area, T.V. point in the family area with feature windows overlooking the front gardens; and ceiling coving throughout.
  • Bedroom 1 11' 11" X 9' 11" (3.63m X 3.02m)

    With ceiling coving and superb views to the front.
  • Bedroom 2 12' 0" X 12' 0" (3.66m X 3.66m)

    With ceiling coving and views over the gardens to the rear.
  • Bedroom 3 12' 0" X 11' 11" (3.66m X 3.63m)

    With ceiling coving.
  • Shower Room 11' 3" X 8' 10" (3.43m X 2.69m)

    Fitted out as a wet room with a contemporary vanity unit and storage below, original feature w.c with a raised cistern, traditional cast iron radiator, recessed ceiling lights, partly tiled walls and the tiled open plan shower area with a Triton mixer shower.
  • First Floor Accommodation

  • Gallery Style Landing

    Approached from the main reception hall and with ceiling coving, a beam vacuum point, a walk in storage cupboard with a light and access to the attic
  • Bedroom 4 15' 7" X 12' 0" (4.75m X 3.66m)

    With fitted double wardrobes, ceiling coving and a centrepiece.
  • Bedroom 5 14' 9" X 9' 11" (4.50m X 3.02m)

    With a feature archtop window providing superb views to the front.
  • Shower Room

    Comprising a w.c, vanity unit with storage below, partly panelled painted walls, extractor fan, recessed ceiling lights and a low level corner tiled shower cubicle with a Triton electric shower.
  • Exterior Features

  • Detached Garage: 16' 3" X 15' 3" (4.95m X 4.65m)

    With a remote control electric roller door, lights, power points and a rear roller door to an adjacent store.
  • A sweeping tarmac driveway leads through the mature gardens to the front with parking and a turning area to the front and side.
  • The front garden is mostly laid in lawn and bordered by mature trees, hedges and shrub beds.
  • A rear patio area (with direct access from the family/living room) leads onto the spacious gardens to the rear which are bordered by mature shrubs and trees including some fruit trees.
  • uPVC oil tank.
  • Outside lights and a tap.

Location

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Firstly we should say that the Seacon Road is probably viewed as Ballymoney"s version of the Strand Road in Portstewart or the Lisburn/Malone Road in Belfast! - In other words one of the most desirable residential locations in Ballymoney. Couple this with the fact that it"s also within walking distance to the town centre and a stone"s throw from the Frosses/Newbridge Road for travelling further afield; yet enjoys a semi-rural feel to the same. Leave Ballymoney town centre on the Coleraine Road turning left at the mini roundabout continuing on the Coleraine Road and then right after a few hundred yards onto the Seacon Road. After 350 yards turn left onto the tarmac drive leading up to number 197.

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