|Address||84 Hill Street Lurgan, BT66 6BQ|
|Price||Last listed at POA|
|Size||2,190 sq. feet|
"Welcome home to 84 Hill Street, Lurgan, County Armagh. This striking 2190sqft period residence constructed in 1886 provides four bedrooms, four reception rooms, two bathrooms, large private gardens, outbuildings and town centre location. Take a look around…”
Upon arrival to No 84 you are greeted with wrought iron boundary railing and ornate window detailing. Enjoy the smell of roses in the front patio area as you arrive to the front door with brass handle.
Step inside to a regal entrance hall with three meter high ceilings, original doors and period plaster detailing leading to the spacious kitchen.
This room is full of character with Belfast sink, stained glass window, range cooker, brick work, pitched ceilings, stone floor and patio doors to the rear terrace. On through to the rear dining room and second kitchen/utility with patio door leading to the rear terrace and spiral staircase leading to the first floor games room.
The main reception room is a statement piece with solid wood floors, marble fireplace, feature stained glass sash window and ornate plater work. A truly breathtaking entertaining space.
A further snug room features real wood flooring and original cast fireplace and surrounds.
The three piece bathroom to ground floor level is understated country style chic with wood panelling, feature window and neutral décor.
The walk to first floor is a treat with feature arch and the original balustrades leading to two spacious landing areas.
Three double bedrooms are situated at first floor level. Two to the front with vistas of the adjacent church spire, the rear with vistas of the extensive rear gardens.
A further single bedroom completes the accommodation.
The three piece family bathroom at first floor hidden behind a statement stained glass door features wall panelling and a recessed shower.
At the end of the first floor corridor is the large games room, perfect for a multitude of uses and with access via the spiral staircase to ground floor level at the rear of the home.
Step on to the rear patio and be drawn to the green hedgerows beyond which lead to the extremely private extensive rear lawns of this property. Turn around to catch a glimpse of the adjacent church spire providing a stunning viewpoint of this home.
A rear block build outhouse provides multi level storage and functionality for a busy household.
The property benefits from gas central heating, a mix of double and original single glazed windows throughout and shared access via the arched entrance way between No 84 and No 86.
No 84 is perfectly situated for access to Lurgan and with easy links to Portadown and the M1 motorway it is also an excellent base for commuting. Lurgan offers a wide range of facilities expected in a Town and is minutes from Lurgan Train Station, Rushmere Shopping Centre and Craigavon Hospital. Lurgan Park is Northern Ireland's largest and most beautiful urban park with expansive lake, 5km of pathways through mature woodlands and home of Brownlow House, the perfect spot for a well earned break at the tea rooms.
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*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.