|Address||76 Ballygroobany Road Richhill Armagh, BT61 9NA|
|Price||Last listed at Offers over £390,000|
|Size||2,700 sq. feet|
"It is easy to be lost for words here. Manor & Mill welcome you to the exquisite home that is No 76 Ballygroobany Road, Richhill. Perched upon the rolling hills of County Armagh, this high specification four-bedroom family home provides perfect countryside living with the convenience of Richhill Conservation Village and the M1 motorway on your doorstep. Take a look around…”
Located in the hills surrounding Richhill Conservation Village, No 76 enjoys a prominent elevated setting with mature gardens, winding paths and uninterrupted 360 degree vistas beyond the Mourne Mountains, Belfast and Lough Neagh.
A Wildwood designed car port positioned in the gravel courtyard leads to a cobble pathway, surrounded by an array of stunning mature trees and planting.
Step inside the composite front door to a wide and airy entrance hall finished in reclaimed parquet floors, neutral wall finishes and quad Velux roof windows filling the space with natural light.
The eye is instantly drawn through the entrance hall to the hardwood door with porthole window and through to the living quarters of this exquisite countryside home. Awaiting is an open plan Kitchen, Living, Dining and Garden Room, natural tumbled travertine marble floors, neutral wall finishes and unrivalled views of the surrounding gardens and luscious countryside. Adding to the already luxurious feel of this space is the benefit of underfloor heating to the living and dining area.
The bespoke Alwood Kitchen designed by Alfred Briggs is spacious and fitted with steam oven, fan oven and dishwasher by renowned German manufacturer Gaggenau Hausgerate.
Glance across the corian top breakfast bar to the Living Room to find an inset wood burning stove and ground to ceiling triple glazed windows overlooking the wildlife pond. A spacious dining area with ground to ceiling windows and rear patio doors caters for garden room dining experiences by the fire. Finally, the glass clad Garden Room is positioned perfectly to take full advantage of the sun with patio door access to the outside dining area, views of the distant oak trees to the rear and the birdsongs elevating from the gardens.
A second reception room is located to the front of the property. Finished with crème carpets, neutral wall finishes and with patio door access to the raised wooden deck area this room caters for a wide array of uses for both indoor and outdoor enjoyment.
The private home office is finished in crème tiled floors and neutral wall finishes with a casting view of the Mourne Mountains beyond. A large utility room and fully tiled WC add family convenience to this end of the property.
Glide down the parquet hallway to the Master Suite. This tranquil double bedroom situated at the front of the property is finished in crème carpets and neutral wall finishes. A space to open the patio doors and enjoy private views and sounds of the mature gardens and countryside beyond. A fully tiled ensuite completes the room.
Three further double bedrooms are situated to the rear of the property, accessed off the main hallway. These three bedrooms are all finished with crème carpets and neutral wall finishes. Each has direct access to the outside dining area via glass doors which take full advantage of the garden views, mature trees and Richhill Village in the distance, making each room its own independent space. One double bedroom has the additional convenience of a fully tiled modern ensuite.
A luxurious four piece family bathroom with vanity unit and tiled floors, tiled W.C and two store rooms complete the accommodation quarters of No 76.
Triple glazed windows and hardwood doors are fitted throughout the property.
Externally, breath taking panoramic views come as standard. Multiple decked dining and seating areas are positioned right around this home, access through the multiple patio doors and winding gravel pathways. Mature gardens filled with an impressive array of species embrace the home and line its perimeter with the countryside.
The Wildwood designed car port is fitted internally with reclaimed teak flooring and bifold doors making this and ideal multiuse space for home gym, separate home office or even a vintage car.
For evening entertainment, the hilltop BBQ lodge should suffice. Finished with reclaimed brick and render walls, and a pitched slate roof, this is the perfect place to enjoy true countryside living with the Mourne Mountains as a dramatic backdrop.
An open block built and rendered garage is sheltered to the rear of the property with separate storeroom accessed through pvc door.
Full description of room sizes annotated on the 3D floorplans within the property pictures.
Richhill itself is an extremely popular community and hosts a wide range of local conveniences. Located less than one mile from No.76, the village provides easy access to Armagh, Portadown and Newry with Belfast and its airports less than 40 minutes’ drive away. Dublin Airport is located 1 hr 10 minutes away. A large recreation centre, renowned primary school, local award-winning pub and restaurant, local butcher, SuperValu, beauty salons, takeaways and bus routes to all major towns and Portadown Train Station ensure Richhill Conservation provides an abundance of facilities on your doorstep whilst being centrally located to Portadown, Armagh and Markethill High Schools.
"To take a closer look around, please call us on 07860 611 179 or email email@example.com"
*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.