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Key Information

Address Dyan Mill, 7-9 Mullyneil Road, Dyan, Caledon
Price Guide price £300,000
Style Townhouse
Bedrooms 4
Receptions 1
Bathrooms 1
Status For sale
   
Selling Agent Jeremy Baird
Contact Jeremy Baird
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Features

  • Exceptional Mill Building Dating Back to 1829
  • Grade B+ Listed Complex Comprising Corn Mill, Tow Kilns, Workers Houses and Stores
  • Excellent Structural Order
  • Two x Two bedroom semi detached properties
  • Corn Store suitable for Conversion (Subject to Necessary Planning Permissions)
  • Original Mill Building Partly Converted to Commercial Premises & suitable for Conversion to Residential (STPP)
  • Mill Will House with Original Working Water Wheel
  • Many Original features and Mill Machinery
  • Circa 4.5 Acres of Agricultural Land with Mill Race and Pond
  • Located in the centre of the Tranquil Dyan Village
  • Electrical Heating System

Additional Information

 Dyan Mill, 7-9 Mullyneil Road

Additional Information

Dating back to 1829 this Mill Building was built by the Earl of Caledon's Estate. The 9,500 Sq Ft complex has been granted a Grade B+ listing and originally comprised a cornmill, two kilns, worker's houses and stores. The property has been painstakingly built from locally quarried cut stone. This beautiful stone structure sits in a prominent position in the heart of the village on circa 4.5 acres with the Mill race and Pond running through this land. It is a truly beautiful property and its sale represents a wonderful opportunity to acquire an exceptional listed building of significant architectural merit and historic importance.

Extensive works have been carried out on the building in recent years to modernise the property. The worker's houses have now been converted into two semi detached properties with lounge, dining kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom and enclosed rear yard with stores. The Corn Store and main Mill Building have also been modernised and with further work (and subject to necessary planning consents) could be adapted for either residential or commercial purposes. The original working Water Wheel is still located in the property along with a number of other pieces of the original Milling machinery.

The value for insurance purposes to re-instate the property constructed in this way would be in excess of £1,500.000.  The two residential properties are currently tenanted and income producing to a total of £800 per calender month.

Viewing is recommended to fully appreciate all this fine property has to offer.  For further details please contact Jeremy in our Dungannon branch on 02887880080 or jeremy@maisonni.com.

Semi Detached 1:

Ground Floor:  Hardwood entrance door with glazed panel leading to . . .

Entrance Porch:  Tiled floor.

Lounge:  16'6" x 13'9" (5.03m x 4.19m) Widest Measurement.  Fireplace with multi fuel burning stove, stone tiled hearth and timber mantle.  Door to rear.  Double door to kitchen.  Stairs to first floor.

Kitchen/Dining:  15'6" x 9'10" (4.72m x 3.0m) Widest Measurement.  Range of high and low level units.  Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap.  Concealed extractor fan.  Integrated fridge/freezer.  Tiled splash back.  Tiled floor.

First Floor Landing: 

Hotpress with lagged tank.

Bedroom 1:  13'9" x 12'2" (4.19m x 3.71m)  Widest Measurement.  Built-in storage.  Access to room space.

Bedroom 2:  10'6" x 8'11" (3.2m x 2.72m)  Widest Measurement.

Bathroom:  White suite comprising panelled bath with shower.  Low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin.  Extractor fan.  Partly tiled walls.

Outside:  Wall enclosed courtyard garden with paver patio area, store room and external wc.

Semi Detached 2:

Ground Floor:  Hardwood entrance door with glazed panel leading to . . .

Entrance Porch:  Tiled floor.

Lounge:  16'6" x 13'9" (5.03m x 4.19m) Widest Measurement.  Fireplace with multi fuel burning stove, stone tiled hearth and timber mantle.  Door to rear.  Double door to kitchen.  Stairs to first floor.

Kitchen/Dining:  15'6" x 9'10" (4.72m x 3.0m) Widest Measurement.  Range of high and low level units with mixer tap.  Concealed extractor fan.  Integrated fridge/freezer.  Tiled splash backs and floor.

Bedroom 2:  10'6" x 8'11" (3.2m x 2.72m) Widest Measurement.

Bathroom:  White suite comprising of a panelled bath with shower over.  Low flush wc.  Pedestal wash hand basin.  Extractor fan.  Partly tiled walls.

Outside:  Wall enclosed courtyard garden with paver patio, store room and external wc.

Corn Store:  39'9" x 18'9" (12'12m x 5.72m) Widest Measurement.  Timber double entrance doors.  Solid timber floor.

Kitchenette:  Stainless steel single sink with mixer tap.  Quarry stone tiled floor.  Low level units.

WC:  Quarry Stone tiled floor.  Low flush wc and pedestal wash hand basin.

Fixed stairs leading to . . .

Loft:  44'4" x 19'0" (13.51m x 5.79m) Widest Measurement.  Exposed original timber ceiling beams.  Conservation roof lights.

The Mill Building A:

Upper Ground Floor:  Hardwood entrance door leading to . . .

Room 1:  28'0" x 22'0" (8.53m x 6.71m)  Exposed brick and stone walls.  Timber ceiling joist.  Door to . . .

Rear Hallway:  Store room and stairs to first floor and low ground floor.

Study/Office:

First Floor Landing: 

Room 2:  28'1" x 23'0" (8.56m x 7.01m)  Exposed stone walls and timber ceiling joists.

Lower Ground Floor:

Hallway:  Hardwood entrance door.  Tiled floor.

Disabled WC:  Wall mounted wash hand basin.

Kitchenette:  5.7" x 5.7" (1.7m x 1.7m)  Stainless steel single drainer sink unit.  Low flush wc.

Main Room:  28''1" x 20'10" (8.56m x 6.35m) Quarry stone floor.

The Mill Building B:

Drying Store:

Upper Ground Floor:  27'9" x 20'4" (8.46m x 6.2m)  Exposed original stone and time beams.

Lower Ground Floor:  27'9" x 20'4" (8.46m x 6.2m)

The Mill Building C:

Upper Ground Floor:  26'3" x 20'5" (8.0m x 6.22m)

First Floor: 

Loft:  26'3" x 20'5" (8.0m x 6.22m)

The Mill Building D:

Upper Ground Floor: 36'4" x 20'7" (11'0m x 6.27m)  Access to Mill Wheel Housing.

First Floor:  36'4" x 20'7" (11'07m x 6.27m)

Lower Ground Floor:  36'4" x 20'7" (11'07m x 6.27m)

Mill Wheel House:  Enclosing original working Water Wheel.

Outside:  Enclosed courtyard with car parking.  Wrought iron fencing and entrance gates.  Garden areas in lawns.  Further enclosed courtyard at upper ground level with car parking area.  Working Mill Race with pond, external lighting and landscaped lawns with mature specimen trees c.4.5 acres of agricultural land extending out along the Mill Race.

 

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