|Price||Offers around £140,000|
|EPC Rating||F24/E48 (CO2: F25/E44)|
We are delighted to offer to the market this beautiful 4 bed detached property, located in the centre of Ardglass. This delightful residence comes with Oil fired central heating, is double glazed throughout, two minute walk from the renowned Ardglass Golf Club, three minutes walk to the seaside Marina and has its own original architraves and skirting. All bedrooms cottage style sloping ceilings, original feature bay window in bedroom. Roof space insulation, front, former bake house dating back to c1900 - your chance to purchase a piece of history.
Property Rooms and Measurements
Living Room 16'7 x 13'9 - Recently decorated and freshly painted with new carpet to Floor, two double radiators, television point, storage cupboards and ample sockets.
Sitting Room 10'1 x 11'1 - Carpet to floor, single and double radiator, television point, fireplace and aple sockets.
Kitchen 7'10 x 9' - Tiled Flooring, high and low level cupboard space, space for cooker//dishwasher/fridge and freezer and ample sockets.
Dining Room 12' x 9' - Tiled flooring, multi fuel burner with back boiler, single radiator, television point, views overlooking the harbour and Irish Sea and ample sockets
Bedroom One 10'5 x 10' - Carpet to floor, single radiator and ample sockets
Bedroom Two 10'5 x 8'5 - Carpet to floor, bay window with views, single radiator and ample sockets.
Bedroom Three 10'5 x 9'1 - Carpet to floor, original fireplace that dates back to the 1900s, single radiator and ample sockets.
Bedroom Four 9' x 12'4 - Herringbone flooring, wooden styled ceiling, television point, single radiator, ample sockets and views overlooking the Ardglass harbour and Irish Sea.
Bathroom 9' x 7'10 - Rubber lino flooring, double radiator, bath, shower, wash hand basin, wooden finish ceiling, views over looking Irish Sea and Harbour.
Landing - With Original Pine lined 1900 double cupboard leading to roofspace area.
Rear Garden with three outbuildings and W/C and wonderfu views over the Ardglass coastline and Irish sea.