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26 Northland Row Dungannon , BT71 6AP

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For sale | 6 Bed End-terrace House |
Guide price £225,000
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Key Information

Address 26 Northland Row, Dungannon
Style End-terrace House
Status For sale
Price Guide price £225,000
Bedrooms 6
Bathrooms 2
Receptions 2
EPC

Summary

  • Exceptional Georgian residence in town centre location
  • Significant potential with rear courtyard, stone stable block with loft and extensive, mature gardens
  • Two reception rooms, six bedrooms, two bathrooms
  • Conservation area residence retaining many of the magnificent, original features
  • Prime location, amid a mix of professional office and homes
  • Beautifully proportioned, with refined architectural detailing
  • Leading primary and grammar schools only a few minutes' walk away.

Additional Information

Northland Row, Dungannon

This magnificent Grade B+ listed property was built in 1792, and is one of the last remaining residences on Northland Row, Dungannon. The stunning Georgian home, is one of a terrace of eight, which has been described as “one of the most handsome Georgian terraces in the North of Ireland.”

Ideally situated, it offers convenience to shops and restaurants on its doorstep, with leading primary and secondary level schools only a few minutes’ walk away.

Beautifully maintained with respect to the original nature and design, this elegant home offers extensive family accommodation with six well sized bedrooms, two generous reception rooms, kitchen and two bathrooms spanning across three levels. The additional spacious upper attic and an expansive cellar at basement level, provide ample storage and room for potential expansion.

The character and ambience of this home welcomes you throughout, transporting you to a town centre hideaway, that cannot be easily forgotten.

 There are many historic design features which can only be appreciated by an inspection.

Occupying a generous site, with extensive mature gardens extending up to the Hill of the O’Neill and courtyard to the rear, the large stone stable block with loft is an added benefit which would be suitable for potential development.

 Rarely does a sale like this come to the market and early inspection is a must, to fully appreciate everything that this property has to offer.

 For full details contact Conor Mallon or Samantha Thompson on 02887722663.

 

Viewing strictly by appointment.

Accommodation

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall: 6.2m x 1.9m
Porch area, carpet flooring, feature fanlight with glass paneling to entrance and inside hallway, storage cupboard, small cloak space through to cellar

Drawing Room: 4.3m x 6.1m
Carpet flooring, feature molded coving to ceilings, open fire place with marble surround, tiled hearth

Dining Room: 3.8m x 5.5m
Carpet flooring, open fire place with painted brick, feature coving to ceilings, French doors to verandah

Kitchen: 6.1m x 3.0m (at widest point)
Upper & lower cabinetry, stainless steel sink, formica worktop, carpet flooring, Rayburn Royal cooker which heats water and heating in bathrooms.

Level 1

Main Bathroom 1: 2.7m x 2.7m (at widest point)
Carpet flooring, large shower cubicle with Mira electric shower, heritage low flush toilet, heritage pedi basin, hot press with shelving

Master Bedroom: 4.3m x 6.1m 
Carpet flooring, pedi basin, open fireplace

Bedroom 2: 3.8m x 5.6m
Carpet flooring, pedi basin, open fire place

Bedroom 3/Office: 1.9m x 2.5m
Carpet flooring

Second Floor

Main Bathroom 2: 3.1m x 2.9m (at widest point)
Carpet flooring, low flush toilet, Twyfords pedi basin, shower cubicle with Mira electric shower, large press/ linen cupboard

Bedroom 4: 3.8m x 5.7m
Carpet flooring, open fire place, fitted cupboard

Bedroom 5: 4.3m x 6.3m
Wooden flooring, open fire place

Bedroom 6: 1.9m x 3.0m
Carpet flooring

Top Floor/ Attic Space
Wooden flooring

Lowest Level/Cellar
Utility room with two store rooms, flagged floor, security bars on windows, oil fired boiler, Belfast sink, door to rear courtyard

* The property has recently been fitted with smoke and carbon monoxide detectors



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