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26 Moss Road Annaghmore , Co. Armagh , BT62 1NB

Offers around £125,000
3 Bedroom, Semi-detached Bungalow

Key Information

Style Semi-detached Bungalow
Status For sale
Price Offers around £125,000
Receptions 1
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Heating Oil
EPC Rating D57/D66



With its spacious private garden this quaint cottage is the perfect opportunity for someone seeking peace and quiet. Accommodation comprises hallway, lounge, kitchen, 3 bedrooms and bathroom.


PRICE GUIDE: £125,000 (cash purchase only)


HALLWAY: Glazed PVC front door. Single panel radiator.

LOUNGE: 13’7” x 10’2” Brick fireplace with wood burning stove. Double panel radiator. Power points.

KITCHEN: 10’4” x 7’0” High and low level units. Single drainer sink unit. Plumbed for automatic washing machine. Power points.

BEDROOM 1: 10’0” x 10’0” Double panel radiator. Power points.

BEDROOM 2: 10’0” x 10’0” Double panel radiator. Power points

BEDROOM 3: 10’0” x 7’4” Built in storage unit. Double panel radiator. Power points.

SHOWER ROOM: Corner shower area, wash hand basin and low flush w.c. Partially tiled walls. Single panel radiator.

HEATING: Oil fired central heating.

OUTSIDE: Front garden in lawn and shrubs. Tarmac driveway. Spacious private rear garden in lawn and shrubs. Workshop (20’0” x 12’0”)

This bungalow was constructed in 1953/54. It was originally known as Ulster Cottage. A very large garden to the rear of the property was originally intended for vegetable and home grown products. This extensive back garden is on the deeds and registered with the Land and Property office. There is also a well above average front garden. (Deeds map of area provided).
A drive way which allows access and is the only right of way to all of the rear of the house. This driveway can be widened with the removal of a laurel hedge. This will give an extra five feet out to the boundary line (no planning permission required) allowing accommodation for up to four cars.
An old outside toilet and coal house have been earmarked for demolition (again no planning permission required) this will give direct access for any vehicles into the back garden. A large security fence surrounds the entire garden.
This bungalow is not of any great age, just over 60 years. However, it has been brought up to modern standards. The premises did not need any refurbishment or renovation work. The old roofing was simply removed and a new roof has been professionally installed by David Jameson Roofing in September 2013. The new roofing included new extra joists for strength. (Invoice provided). A new ceiling has also been installed with new joists for extra strength.
The 1950’s iron windows have been removed and new double glazed (E glass) installed. E glass does not allow any heat to escape. These windows were professionally installed by Turkington Windows in January 2015 with a ten year guarantee. (Invoice provided).
The heating is two sources, a wood burner and oil heating. The house was heated by a large cast iron fire which was also used for cooking. The house is designed so that a fire of this description will het the entire premises. A new fireplace and wood burning stove was installed in June 2017 (invoice available) this alone will heat the entire house. The house can be heated by oil. This is in perfect working order. In the end bedroom is an open fire. This is covered by a piece of hard board and can be used. Initially consideration had been given to the instillation of new chimneys. However it was decided against because the removal th the originals would destroy the 1950’s design. The roof and wall colours are almost the original colour.
A large workshop (20’0” x 12’0”) made and constructed by Sergeant (invoice available) with a working wood burning stove (January 2014) along with three other sheds are included in the sale.
The area is central to Armagh, Portadown and Dungannon, all approximately eight miles away, with a rail connection in Portadown to all the province. Dublin Air Port is two and a half hours away and both Belfast International and the George Best airports are less than one and a half hours away.
The M1 motorway is one and a half miles away and accessed at the Loughgall turn off, making Belfast City Centre forty five minutes away. Enniskillen, Sligo and the West of Ireland and and two hours respectively and the City of Derry sixty miles away. (Google maps and satellite).
The Orchard primary school is three hundred yard away and Peatlands Park is just two miles down the road with free access.

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