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Ballyagan House & Fishermans Lodge, 105 Carrowreagh Road, Garvagh, BT51 5LH

Offers Around £375,000
  • status For Sale
  • bedrooms 4 Bedrooms
  • receptions 4 Receptions
  • style Detached
EPC Rating
  • Price Offers Around £375,000
  • Style Detached
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Receptions 4
  • EPC Rating F37 /E40
  • Status For Sale
Coleraine Office: 028 7034 2224


“Often sought yet seldom found” is perhaps the best description of this impressive period Residence, Cottage and Yard which sits on a total site area of circa 8.5 acres including the exceptional Gardens and Paddock. Retaining

many of its original features “Ballyagan House” was built in 1910 at which time the then owners moved from “Fisherman’s Lodge” which had been occupied since circa 1710 although some of the outbuildings have been dated to the 1600’s.

An ideal purchase for the equestrian minded family this superb property offers generous well proportioned living accommodation and is also the perfect base for anyone who enjoys the “Country Life” – Hunting, Fishing and Shooting as well as being within easy driving distance of the North Coast and its many famous Golf Courses. Potential also exists to convert part of the yard into further holiday cottages.

One which needs to be seen to be truly appreciated – early viewing is highly recommended.

Accommodation Comprising:

“Ballyagan House”

Entrance Porch:  With tiled floor. Glass panel door with fan and side lights to:

Hall:  With feature display recess, storage under, dado rail, coving, centerpiece, plate rack and tiled floor

Drawing Room: 15’0 x 14’6 With feature wooden surround fireplace, tiled inset and hearth, mirror over mantel, picture rail, coving and centerpiece. Glass Panel Door to:

Conservatory: 11’10 x 11’0 With Chinese Slate floor and French Doors to side patio area

Dining Room: 15’0 x 12’8 With feature slate surround fireplace, cast iron inset, slate tiled hearth, dog grate, picture rail and coving

 Inner Hall  With tiled floor and storage under stairs

Study/Bedroom (5):  10’0 x 9’9 With tongue and groove wooden flooring, book shelving, picture rail and dado rail

Ensuite/Cloaks:  comprising WC, wash hand basin dado rail, half paneled walls, extractor fan

Breakfast Room:  15’2 x 11’8 With double drainer stainless steel sink unit, storage under, ESSE oil fired range with feature brick surround and tiled splash back, spice cupboard, dado rail, laminated wooden flooring

Kitchen:  13’8 x 9’6 With stainless steel sink unit, range of pine fronted eye and low level units, Bosch gas hob, electric under oven, extractor, tiled between work tops and eye level units, plumbed for automatic washing machine and dishwasher, feature half door

 Stairwell to half landing:

Bathroom and WC combined:  With bidet, vanity unit, telephone hand shower, tiled walk-in shower cubicle with mains fitting, sheeted ceiling, part tiled around Bath and vanity unit

Hot Press and Immersion Heater

First Floor:

Bedroom (1): 14’6 x 12’7 With telephone point, TV point and double aspect

Bedroom (2):  15’1 x 11’3 With feature slate surround fireplace, cast iron and tiled inset, wash hand basin and double aspect

Bedroom (3):  15’0 x 11’8  With feature slate surround fireplace cast iron and tiled inset, vanity unit and double aspect

Bedroom (4):  13’0 x 10’10 with feature cast iron fireplace and mirrored over mantel, recessed vanity unit, storage, built-n wardrobe, telephone point and double aspect

Fixed ladder from Landing to:

Attic Room (1):  15’0 x 10’10 With light, power and velux window

Attic Room (2):  22’10 x 11’1 With light, power and velux window

 “Fisherman’s Lodge”   N.I.T.B Approved

Accommodation Comprising

Open Plan Living Room/Kitchen:  22’0 x 16’6 With feature full height reclaimed brick fireplace, inset beam, “Mourneview” wood burning stove, quarry tiled floor, Belfast style sink, brass taps, wooden draining board, cupboards under, brick pillars, storage under stairs, part tiled around the work tops, original Oak beam and support, part vaulted sheeted ceiling, recessed lights, French doors to rear garden

Shower Room:  With WC, wash hand basin, tiled walk-in shower cubicle, RedRing Plus Extra shower fitting, shaver light, half paneled walls, paneled ceiling, wooden flooring 

Bedroom (1):  11’10 x 11’2 With wooden flooring

Fixed Stairs to

L- Shaped Room: 12’6 x 6’5 (min) 10’0 (max)

Exterior Features

Utility Room:  16’8 x 5’7 With stainless steel sink unit, low level units plumbed for automatic washing machine and vented for tumble dryer

A good working yard lies to the rear of the property with a lined well and an excellent range of outbuildings which include:

Stable Block:  49’0 (ext.) x 15’9 (int.) With four good indoor loose boxes, water, light and power

Garden Store:  13’5 x 5’10

Stables:  15’10 x 13’4 With three individual stables and light

Barn:  32’2 x 18’7 With double doors, pedestrian door, access to half loft, light and power

Boat House:  41’8 x 15’8 With light and power

Lying In Shed (1):  19’2 x 17’3

Lying In Shed (2):  17’0 x 13’9

Hay Shed:  26’1 x 21’0 With feeding trough and light

Log Store:  47’6 x 21’4 with light

Garage:  14’3 x 9’6 plus 2 Gardens Stores with loft over

Outside and security lighting

Spacious well tended mature gardens laid in lawn surround the property to the front and side and are well stocked with a large variety of indigenous flowers, shrubs, plants and evergreens. There is an additional private garden area in lawn to the rear of the “Fisherman’s Lodge” including an Orchard.

A good paddock which extends to circa 5.5 acres lies adjacent to the yard and also enjoys some frontage onto the Carrowreagh Road. There is also a sand arena and woodland area

The property is approached by a tree lined driveway from the County Road and also has the benefit of two additional rights of way, one on to Movenis Hill and the second also on to the Carrowreagh Road.


Other Features

Oil Fired Heating—condensing boiler installed 2012

Wooden Double Glazed Windows

Original 4 Panel Internal Doors and most Fireplaces

Total Site Area extends to Circa 8.5 acres

Choice rural Location

Access to Roofspace storage

For Further Details and Permission to View Contact Selling Agents

Solicitor:  M/s. MacAulay Wray Sols, 35 New Row, Coleraine



Drive into Garvagh town centre along the Coleraine Road and at the crossroads/traffic lights turn left on to Bridge Street and then left on to the Station Road. Proceed along same and on to the Carrowreagh Road for approximately 1.1 miles and Ballyagan House is on the right hand side.

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