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Badgers Lane, 107 Mullalelish Road Richhill, BT61 9LT

Guide price £725,000

Key Information

Address Badgers Lane, 107 Mullalelish Road Richhill, BT61 9LT
Price Guide price £725,000
Style Detached Farm House
Bedrooms 5
Receptions 2
Bathrooms 5
Heating Oil
EPC Rating C69/C69
Status For sale

Additional Information

"Welcome home to “Badgers Lane”, Mullalelish Road, Richhill, County Armagh.  This exquisite, fully restored 3,150 sqft farm house sits upon a c.1.09 Acre mature plot with five bedrooms, five bathrooms, two reception rooms, tranquil gardens, detached 670sqft studio and the option of additional land.  Situated less than 40 minutes from Belfast this home offers luxurious countryside living combined with commuter convenience.  Take a look around…”  

Located a short distance from the beauty and convenience of Richhill Conservation Village, upon Mullalelish Road, the turn off to “Badgers Lane” is truly an experience.  After meandering for 420 metres  past lavender, birdsong, rabbits and butterflies the first glimpse of this fine, one of a kind countryside home is visible.  

Surrounded by lush rolling fields, turn the corner to a pea gravel driveway and the presence of this lovingly restored farmhouse with stone facade, limestone render, timber sash windows, arched brickwork and a quaint navy front door.  

With your breath already taken away by the stature and surroundings of No 107, step inside to the equally as impressive interiors.

An entrance porch leading through restored double doors to reveal marble floors mixed with a heritage painting pallet, original cornice and timber staircase.  Through to the fully open plan heart of this home. 

The hand crafted kitchen sits upon herringbone floors underfoot with marble worktops, central island and range cooker.  This stunning kitchen sits at the centre of both reception rooms, and has front and rear access, utility room, boot room and ground floor W.C for convenience. 

Step over the threshold and through to the luxurious dining/living room.  A true feature piece with apex ceilings, exposed wood work, stone fireplace with woodburning stove and ground to ceiling windows taking full advantage of the unspoilt countryside vistas beyond the babbling pond. 

A further reception room leads off the kitchen and is accessed via feature glazed metal doors.  With a continuation of the herringbone floors, duel aspect windows, and woodburning stove, this room serves as a more formal reception space. 

The master suite at ground floor level provides duel aspect windows and plump carpet underfoot, complimented by a heritage colour scheme with further door leading through to the walk in wardrobe and fully tiled luxurious ensuite.  This bedroom also has the benefit of exterior access and further doorway through to the central hallway. 

Up the restored staircase to first floor level flooded with light through the arched landing window.  Three further double bedrooms, all with private ensuites, carpet underfoot, built in wardrobes and countryside vistas are accessible off the central landing, with the bathroom serving bedroom two, also accessible as a beautiful four piece family suite with stand alone bath.

A further single bedroom and study room are located off the central landing. 

Externally this home benefits from a multitude of outdoor space accessed via a central gravel courtyard.  A 490 sqft car port provides additional functionality and sits across from the detached 670sqft studio/workshop.  The wood clad studio is separately accessible from the rest of the home and provides an opportunity for a multitude of uses such as home gym, office, games room or with its practical sliding door system, a double garage space. 

A covered outdoor entertaining area sits upon the fringes of the stunning gardens and leads across to the log cabin with front porch, living area, bathroom and wood fired hot tub. 

Further potting sheds, wood stores and green houses are located throughout the rear of the gardens and lead to further vegetable patches. 

The gardens themselves wrap this home in a 360 degree manner.  Meticulously planned and maintained, the vibrant array of colour and species is truly remarkable.  Look beyond to lush green pasture in all directions.

Further adjacent land opportunities can also be negotiated. 

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

No 107 sits on the outskirts of Richhill Conservation Village. Richhill itself is an extremely popular community and hosts a wide range of local conveniences.  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 Village provides an abundance of facilities on your doorstep whilst being centrally located to Portadown, Armagh and Markethill High Schools.

If you require a 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.