£340,000 Fixed price
Charming Victorian former manse of manageable proportions set in a beautiful elevated location with superb country views. Being an elevated site situated on the edge of the conservation village of Barr the house commands vistas overlooking its sloping lawns to the Stinchar Valley. This delightful property dates from 1844 and retains many of its original period features. The Mount is set within approximately three quarters of an acre of garden grounds and the property itself extends to approximately 200m2. There is also an excellent sized garage and greenhouse. An interesting feature of the property is the large garden which subject to planning may afford scope for further extension to the property and/or for residential development. A number of other similarly large gardens and areas locally have been utilised for residential development.
The accommodation on the ground floor comprises; attractive hall with staircase to upper floor, bright lounge, spacious family/dining room, fitted breakfasting kitchen with utility room off, boiler room and store. There is also a cloakroom on the ground floor with wash hand basin and w.c. On the upper floor; master bedroom with en suite shower room, 3 further double bedrooms, and spacious bathroom with four piece white suite. The property further benefits from all the main modern amenities including oil fired central heating and double glazing.
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