|Address||118 Lower Ballyarton Road, Claudy, L'Derry|
|Heating||Dual (Solid & Oil)|
Dating back to the mid 16th century this chocolate box perfect home had come to the market for the first time in over 90 years. Grade A listed this stunning home is steeped in history with some fine architectural features including an original stone floor that is over 350 years old and Royal Mail postbox that dates back to Queen Victoria. Externally one can marvel at the beautifully tended gardens or take advantage of the right to receive a free permit to fish in the Faughan (subject to purchasing a licence)
This well maintained house with complimentary farm buildings consists of a thatched house of seventeenth century date, a Victorian house which was formerly a shop and attendant barns attached to the house via a large arched gateway. The buildings are of special interest for: their architectural grouping which is very picturesque, their proportion, ornamentation, and style which is consistent and very well preserved. The unusual detail of the thatched house is unique in Northern Ireland with its steep roof, eaves gutter and tall chimney.
The property and farm buildings occupy approximately 3 acres and facing north onto the Ballyarton Road. These consist of a house and an L shaped courtyard of barns which are attached to the west via a curtain wall with large arched doorway. The house appears to the passer by as two dwellings each with a front door: To the east is a storey and a half harled and whitewashed thatched house with steeply sloping roof and with a tall rendered chimney on the gable rising 2 metres above ridge line. It has a projecting slated porch with an entrance door in the eastern side and a six over six pane sash to the gable. Its gable has a decorated Victorian barge topped by a finial.
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