Please note that the 3 reception rooms includes the open plan kitchen/dinette/living room.
A unique opportunity to purchase a superb residence in a Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) with amazing views and additional cultivated lands (c. 7 acres) within the Glens of Antrim.
In fact there are so many convenient features that number 45 includes that are not apparent immediately. The dwelling itself whilst offering 5 bedrooms and 3 reception areas benefits from an impressive reception hall with feature stove, Bison first floor concrete flooring; high level first floor ceilings (circa 8ft plus); oak internal trim plus uninterrupted views of the valley below from many rooms. A chemical free fresh water supply (of exceptional quality) is pumped via a borehole well approximately 345ft underground plus there’s a back up generator to the main electricity supply. In effect you can be self sufficient from the rest of the grid!
As such you have all the comforts and self sufficiency that modern construction provides whilst bordered by the spectacular exterior landscapes and nurtured additional lands. These have all been recently newly fenced (2020) with mountain streams running through the same; circa 210 mature deciduous trees planted (2020); an infant hazelnut grove, fruit orchard and wild flower meadow (which is beautiful in flower during the summer months) also established (March 2020). The lands (presently used for grazing sheep) would also suit the equestrian minded whilst there is a ready made pond for waterfowl if desired.
Although enjoying such a rural situation the property is fairly convenient to the main A26 Frosses Road for commuting to Ballymena/Belfast or visiting the famous Causeway Coast. If you arrive home in the evening the automatic and dusk til dawn lighting illuminates your approach. Alternatively switch all the lights off and take in the exceptional night time sky – there’s next to no light pollution – so ideal for any budding astronomers.
In essence all the hard work has been carried out to provide this tranquil rural small holding/permaculture on the ‘Orra scenic route’. So if you appreciate nature at its best then look no further.
Leave the main A26 Frosses Road at the slip road sign posted to Clough. Continue to the same and then onto Newtown Crommelin. In the village centre turn left onto the Old Cushendun Road proceeding for approximately 1.4 miles. Number 45 is then situated on the right hand side.