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Sale agreed £375,000

Quarry House, 2 Donegore Hill Antrim , BT41 2HW

Sale agreed £375,000

Key Information

Address Quarry House, 2 Donegore Hill, Antrim
Style Detached house
Status Sale agreed
Price Price from £375,000
Bedrooms 4
Receptions 4
EPC Rating E51/E52

Features

  • Family home with origins dating back to the 1700's with a more recent contemporary extension
  • Fabulous views over South and East Antrim
  • One and a half acre site including paddock
  • Spectacular split level hall with double height windows and stone slab floor
  • Living room and dining room divided by contemporary dual sided glass fronted fire
  • Sitting room
  • Sun room
  • Office/playroom with exposed stone walls
  • Utility room with Biomass wood pellet boiler
  • Spacious modern kitchen with space for large table and sitting area
  • Master bedroom with three quarter wall dividing en-suite bathroom
  • Three further bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room and one with en-suite WC
  • Family bathroom with bath and water jet shower
  • Underfloor heating throughout
  • Cottage style pitch pine doors with thumb latch handles
  • 7.5 kW photovoltaic solar panels on main roof
  • Factory painted hardwood double glazed windows
  • Electric wooden entrance gate leading to courtyard
  • Log shed and outside WC
  • Garden in lawn, dog run, hen run and vegetable garden area
  • Paddock extending to around 1 acre. Total site area around 1.5 acres

Additional Information

A fine country house on a 1.5 acre site, the original part dating back to the eighteenth century, nestled on the hillside just below picturesque Donegore Parish Church with panoramic views spanning across South and East Antrim countryside, combining older features of the original house with a more contemporary extension.


The House


Quarry House was extended and renovated around 12 years ago and the result is a fabulous family home full of warmth, character and masses of natural light.  No expense was spared in creating this wonderful home with a combination of quality reclaimed materials along with more contemporary features. The hall is particularly impressive with its slab paved floor and double height windows with gallery landing above. The living room and dining room are in the original part of the house and retain the cottagey feel with clay tiled floor and windows with deep reveals overlooking the County Antrim countryside. These rooms are divided by a more contemporary double frontage glass fronted fire. The sun room leads from the living room to the office which has been converted from a natural stone outhouse. This would be a perfect room to work from home but it would also make a fine playroom. There is also a separate sitting room, downstairs w.c. and utility/boiler room.


The kitchen offers all you would expect from a country home of this type.  A Redfyre cast iron range cooker, loads of modern built in cream units by ‘Mobalpa’ with walk-in larder, space for a large kitchen table and sofas and chairs.


Upstairs there are four double bedrooms, the master bedroom divided from its en-suite with a three quarter wall. This feature works really well and needs to be viewed to appreciate.  Three of the bedrooms have en-suites and there is a fantastic family bathroom complete with water jet shower.


Outside


An electric powered wooden entrance gate opens to reveal a pink gravel courtyard with fruit trees growing against the wall and space for a number of vehicles.  The gardens surround the house with lawn on one side with sitting out area to the rear and steps up to veg garden on the other side with paddock beyond.  The total area of the site is around two acres


Heating and electricity


Of particular note is the heating system which is run by a Okofen Bio Mass wood pellet boiler with a three ton, vacuum fill hopper.  There are also 7.5 kW of photovoltaic panels on the roof which contribute to the electricity supply to the house. There is a grant which we understand stays with the house totaling £888 for the year 2016-2017 under the Government Feed-In Tariff Scheme.


Location


Quarry House is nestled in the hillside just below the picturesque St John's Donegore Church and is the sole property on the lower section of Donegore Hill which runs down to the footbridge over the M2.  Antrim is around ten minutes away by car while Templepatrick is even closer and Belfast Centre is around 25 minutes, making it an easy commute for work or Belfast schools. There are popular local primary and secondary schools in Antrim, Parkgate, Ballyclare and Templepatrick.  Belfast International airport is just a fifteen minute drive. The M2 junction at Antrim can be reached in around five minutes.

Ground Floor:

Entrance Hall:
7.16m x 3m (23' 6 x 9' 10)
Hall on two levels with two double height windows at either end with staircase and gallery landing. The floor is reclaimed Belfast Slab stone. Storage cupboard under stairs.
Living/ Dining:
9.37m x 4.88m (30' 9 x 16' 0)
This room in the original part of the house is divided by a chimney breast with contemporary double sided glass enclosed fire with flooring in reclaimed brown and black clay tiles
Sun Room:
5.79m x 5.18m (19' 0 x 17' 0)
Double glazed sun room with double doors to terrace.
Office/playroom:
4.37m x 4.42m (14' 4 x 14' 6)
This room has been converted from a stone outhouse and has exposed stone walls and an open timber clad ceiling with Velux window
Sitting Room:
3.38m x 3.86m (11' 1 x 12' 8)
Glazed porch with double doors leading to garden. Clay tiled floor as in living room
Downstairs W.C.
W.C., wash hand basin and clay tiled floor
Utility Room/ Boiler House:
4.95m x 4.88m (16' 3 x 16' 0)
Large sink unit and plumbing for washing machine. Okofen Biomass wood pellet boiler with three tonne vacuum fill hopper.
Kitchen/ Dining
7.06m x 5.31m (23' 2 x 17' 5)
Mobalpa modern fitted kitchen with range of high and low level units in cream with solid wood worktops incorporating large sink unit, Redfyre cast iron range cooker with four ovens, two hotplates and integrated 4 ring gas hob, walk in larder, ceramic tiled floor, integrated American style fridge/ freezer, microwave, part tiled walls and space for dining table, sofas and chairs

First Floor:

Gallery Landing:
Walk in cupboard and airing cupboard
Master Bedroom
7.01m x 5.31m (23' 0 x 17' 5)
With dual aspect windows, double doors with balcony railings, range of built-in wardrobes, incorporating contemporary en-suite bathroom with three quarter height wall separating bedroom. Walk in corner shower unit and screen, tiled shower area, bath, wash hand basin in vanity unit, WC and part tiled walls
Bedroom Two:
5.18m x 3.86m (17' 0 x 12' 8)
With en-suite WC and wash hand basin
Bedroom Three:
4.14m x 3.91m (13' 7 x 12' 10)
Built in wardrobes with desk and drawers
Bedroom Four:
4.98m x 4.88m (16' 4 x 16' 0)
En-suite Bathroom
2.74m x 1.52m (9' 0 x 5' 0)
P shaped shower bath with screen, tiled shower area and part tiled walls. Wash hand basin in vanity unit, WC
Bathroom:
3.94m x 2.08m (12' 11 x 6' 10)
Contemporary suite with bath, wash hand basin in vanity unit, WC, Jedo corner shower with water jets, chrome towel rail radiator and part tiled walls

Outside

Wooden electric gate leading to large courtyard with decorative gravel surface. Fruit trees planted against wall and steps up to upper level. Ample space for parking a number of vehicles, log shed and outside WC. Sitting out area adjacent to sun room and garden in lawn. Vegetable garden area, dog run and hen run. There is a paddock adjacent extending to around 1.5 acres

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