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Maison Real Estate are pleased to release Ardress Cottage to the open market. This property offers a truly unique opportunity to own one of Northern Ireland's historic homes in one of its most beautiful settings. The Cottage was originally part of the Ardress House Estate which is now a National Trust property. It is nestled in the heart of the apple orchards that make this part of County Armagh famous. The oldest sections of the house date back to the 18th century with later additions being completed in the 19th and 20th century. The Cottage grounds have an informal beauty that must be seen to be fully appreciated. The woodland path to the front of the property is punctuated by spots of wild flowers as it winds its way beneath mature oak and beech trees to a secret summer house and barbeque area. The rear of the property offers a sheltered courtyard with multiple outhouses that are perfect for further development.With Loughgall, Moy, Portadown, Armagh, Dungannon and the Belfast/ Dublin motorways all a short drive away, Ardress Cottage is a uniquely magical property in a prime location and a wonderful family home with a choice of excellent schools.
Entrance Hall: 2.39 x 4.1
Impressive original solid panel door entrance with stained glass above and glazed side panels.
Dining room: 4.2 x 5.4
Period oak fireplace surround with tiled inset and hearth, open fire with copper canopy. Oak flooring, picture rail and ceiling rose. Large front aspect sash window.
Drawing room: 4.8 x 4.1
Period mahogany fireplace surround with tiled inset and hearth, open fire with brass canopy (back boiler heats water). Solid oak flooring, picture rail and ceiling rose and large front aspect sash window.
Pine Panelling, original sandstone floor, under stair storage
Study: 3.13 x 1.8
Fitted library shelving, pine wood panelling, painted wood fireplace surround with cast iron grate.
Sitting room: 4.8 x 3.1
Slate fireplace surround, wood burning stove and slate hearth, painted tongue and groove ceiling, dual aspect with garden and courtyard views.
Kitchen: 4 x 4.2
New oil fired Firebird range, high and low level oak units with tiled work surfaces, stainless steel Franke one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap, Smeg dishwasher, built in larder storage, ceramic tile floor, gas hob and oven, courtyard views through two rear aspect windows.
Boot room and utility: 3.93 x 5.76
Original open fire with brick surround, painted mantle and cast iron crook, exposed stone walls, Belfast sink, housing for auto washer, ceramic tile flooring, one and a half door to rear courtyard.
Ground floor bathroom: 2.19 x 2
White suite comprising of pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC, tiled shower enclosure, tiled floor, pine panelling and feature window seat and original antique water pump.
Bedroom 1: 4 x 4.5
Fire place with tiled hearth, carpet flooring and dual aspect sash windows with shutters.
Bedroom 2 (Master): 4.4 x 4
Generous double with feature glazed door and Juliette balcony with views of front garden, Victorian fireplace with slate hearth and vaulted pine ceiling, dressing room off.
Dressing room: 4 x 4.6
Vaulted pine ceiling and carpet flooring.
Bedroom 3: 4.5 x 2.7
Front aspect double with carpet flooring.
Bedroom 4: 2.7 x 2.4
Front aspect with carpet flooring.
Family bathroom: 2.1 x 3.1
Period suite comprising of free standing cast iron bath with claw feet, wash hand basin and high flush WC. Painted wall and ceiling panelling. Hot-press with shelved airing cupboard.
Beautiful informal grounds of approximately 2 acre comprised of a secluded woodland area with mature native trees and a gated driveway leading to an ample parking area to the front of the property.
To the side and rear of the property the grounds include a sheltered courtyard with several outhouses that are perfect for further development.
To the south side there is a hay-barn with storeroom that opens out into a paddock with mature trees that runs down to the Tall River.
A sunny rear garden with petanque piste, lawn area, apple tree and green house with mature grapevine.
Including additional tree lined orchard plot with some heritage apple trees and separate access gate to road offering opportunity for development site subject to planning permission.
Drive through garage: 4.4 x 3
Farmhand's Old Cottage with Loft and Cow Byre:
Store 1: 4.6 x 3.4
Store 2: 4.7 x 3
Loft: 6.8 x 4.6
Stable with loft: 2.6 x 3.5
Garden store: 4.2 x 2.9
Benched workshop 3: 4.1 x 3.1
Hay-Barn with Ground Floor Storeroom: 6 x 12 approx