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30 Crewcatt Road Richhill, BT61 8QN


Key Information

Address 30 Crewcatt Road Richhill, BT61 8QN
Price Last listed at Guide price £750,000
Style Country House
Bedrooms 5
Receptions 3
Bathrooms 4
Heating Oil Fired Under Floor
EPC Rating B83/B83
Status Sale Agreed
Size 5,062 sq. feet

Additional Information

"Welcome home to 30 Crewcatt Road, Richhill, County Armagh.  Sitting proudly upon an idyllic 0.9 acre site amongst the apple orchards, rolling pastures, roaming wildlife and adjacent the historic Armagh Railway, this highly efficient, modern 5,000sqft country residence offers five double bedrooms, four bathrooms and three reception rooms with simply striking proportions throughout.  We invite you to have a look around..." 

Turn on to the gravel driveway just before the old stone railway bridge and meander through the apple orchard until the drive turns just past the mature oak trees to reveal the grandeur of No 30.  

On arrival to the spacious courtyard, this home is clearly a nod to sophisticated architecture with its mix of modern standing seam porch roof, traditional sash windows, slate roof and rough render exerior.  

Step inside and immediately be taken back by the scale from first impression.  The main hallway is flooded with light, fully tiled with high ceilings and beautifully crafted oak staircase.

The large aspect floor tiling leads through to the open plan kitchen/dining/living area providing a luxurious solid country kitchen with two tone breakfast bar, granite tops range cooker and Quooker boiling tap.  Large aspect patio doors provide unspoilt views of the adjacent horseshoe meadow bounded by mature trees.  The rear hallway provides access to the fully fitted utility room, a ground floor W.C, the double garage and to the exterior of the home.  

Over to the far side of the home sits the main reception room with fully tiled floors, high ceilings and ground to ceiling window aspect of the countryside beyond.

A further snug room, larger than most modern main living rooms provides further functionality as a home office, gym or even a 6th bedroom.  

The ground floor double bedroom is located off the main hall and offers simply beautiful vistas of the adjacent meadow.

A further bathroom and communications room completes the 2,722sqft ground floor.  

The walk to first floor is a feature piece in itself up the beautifully crafted solid staircase which leads to landing with glass balustrade and view to the front courtyard.  

Step through to Bedroom 2 which is of luxury hotel suite proportions and provides walk in wardrobe with access to Bedroom 3, ensuite and green pasture vistas beyond.

Bedroom 4 and 5 continue to surprise with their scale, functionality and vistas, with bedroom 4 benefitting from walk in wardrobe. 

A spacious family bathroom and two storage cupboards complete the first floor. 

The double garage with electronic doors provides significant storage space and has access to the main house at ground floor level and also to the garage's first floor level, again providing opportunity for a multitude of uses.  

The extremely high quality of this build has to be recognised.  With a B Energy Efficiency Rating, this fully block built home provides oil fired underfloor heating throughout sat upon concrete slab ground and first floors, Vent Axia heat recovery systems and insulated ceiling plasterboard.  The heating system is also future proofed to accommodate Air 2 water heat pump.  

The tech spec is also incredible with fast fibre broadband, ceiling wifi extenders, industrial alarm system accessible at both floors, wired for full cctv system and Cat 6 ready.  Furthermore is a built in vacuum system, black out blinds to all openings and wiring to the bridge for electronic gate install with all rooms wired for television and multi zone heating controls throughout.  

Step outside and take in the tranquillity of the setting.  Wild rabbits, pheasants, birds and distant horses provide the only noise amongst the mature tree lines and apple orchards.  The property is wrapped by grass boundaries to front side and rear and is a blank canvas for the new owner.  The rear aspect overlooks a wild meadow and is steeped in sunshine from afternoon to late evening.

Full description of room sizes annotated on the 3D floorplans within the property pictures.  

Richhill Conservation Village itself is an extremely popular community and hosts a wide range of local conveniences.  With easy access to Armagh, Portadown and Newry it is also an excellent base for commuting.  A large recreation centre, renowned primary school, local award-winning pub and recent lottery funding investment make Richhill a long-term village to reside in.  

If you require a free valuation on your own home, please feel free to contact us...

"To take a closer look around, please call us on 07860 611 179 or email"

*Any sizes quoted in this advert are approximate.   The details included in this advert should not be relied upon as a statement or representation of fact.  Any interested purchaser should satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any facts or figures stated.