Residential Sales Stranorlar House, Stranorlar, Co. Donegal


Stranorlar House, Stranorlar, Co. Donegal

ID: 3730

Type: Country House

Sale Type: Private

New or Secondhand: Secondhand

Bedrooms: 5

Price: In the Region of €650,000

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Viewing: Strictly by appointment

Sales Agent: Kee Henry


Description

Stranorlar House, a detached, listed period residence built c.1905 in pristine repair. Set in mature grounds with a gated entrance and tree lined avenue creating a very private property yet located at the edge of town. Exhibiting many period features including full-height canted bay widows, open, cross-braced bargeboards, hipped natural slate roofs, timber sliding sash windows throughout, front door frame with fluted columns. Internally, high ceilings throughout, period fireplaces, extensive plaster coving are just a few of the period features. Accommodation comprises of two reception rooms, dining room, family den, kitchen, utility and ground floor WC. Upstairs there are five bedrooms all en-suite. Outside offers storage sheds, vegetable and shrub gardens, ample parking etc. A very successful Bed and Breakfast was operating until quite recently. Overall an exquisite, private residence/business opportunity which can only be appreciated through viewing.



Property Accommodation

Two reception rooms, dining room, den, kitchen, utility, downstairs WC and understair storage. Five ensuite bedrooms.


FloorRoomSizeDescription
Ground Floor Entrance Hall  24'8" x 5'9"  Parquet flooring. Coving. Two ceiling lights. Radiator.  
  Reception One  19'8" x 14'0"  Timber fireplace and tile surround. Timber floor. Large Bay window. Window overlooking orchard. Coving. Ceiling rose. Picture rail. Two radiators. Ceiling lights.  
  Reception Two  14'10" x 14'0"  Timber fireplace and tiled insert. Bay window. Coving. Picture rail. Timber floor. Two radiators. Ceiling light. 
  Dining Room  14'0" x 9'11"  Parquet flooring. Sash window. Picture rail. Ceiling light. Radiator. Door to hallway. 
  Famly Den  11'0" x 14'0"  Solid fuel stove with feature red brick surround open to kitchen. Tiled floor. Two windows to front. Radiator. Ceiling light. 
  Kitchen  19'0" x 7'6"  Solid oak kitchen with high and low level units. Belfast sink. Rangemaster cooker with extractor fan. Tiled floor to match family den. Two windows to rear. Part glazed door to utility. 
  Utility  11'9" x 6'3"  High and low level units. Plumbed for washing machine and tumble dryer. Tiled floor. Door to rear. Window. Radiator. Ceiling light. 
  Downstairs WC  8'6" x 2'6"  WC and WHB. Tiled floor and walls. Window. Ceiling light. 
First Floor Bedroom One  14'10" x 11'5"  Bay window to front. Timber floor. Picture rail. Ceiling light. TV point. En-Suite: 7'7" x 5'0" (maximum measurement) WC and WHB. Shower off hot tank. Tiled floor. Walls partially tiled. Extractor fan.  
  Bedroom Two  18'3" x 9'1" (maximum measurement)  Bay window to front. Timber floor. Picture rail. Radiator. Ceiling light. En-Suite: 8'11" x 5'2" (maximum measurement) WC and WHB. Shower off hot tank. Tiled floor. Walls partially tiled. Window to front. Radiator. Ceiling light. Extractor Fan. 
  Bedroom Three  14'5" x 9'8"  Timber floor. Window overlooking orchard. Picture rail. Radiator. Ceiling light. En-Suite: 7'5" x 3'8" WC and WHB. Shower off hot tank. Tiled floor and walls. Radiator. Ceiling light. Extractor fan. 
  Bedroom Four  14'5" x 10'0"  Timber floor. Window. Radiator. Ceiling light. En-Suite: 6'10" x 5'1" WC and WHB. Shower off hot tank. Tiled floor. Walls partially tiled. Radiator. Ceiling light. Extractor fan. 
  Bedroom Five  13'7" x 10'1"  Timber floor. Two windows. Access to attic via built-in ladder. Radiator. Ceiling light. En-Suite: 6'4" x 6'9" WC and WHB. Bath. Tiled floor. Walls partially tiled. Window. Extractor fan.  

Features
  • Listed period residence.
  • Town edge location.
  • Mature, spacious grounds of over one acre.
  • Strong attractive entrance with rendered piers and gates.
  • Five en-suite bedrooms.
  • Many period features from late Victorian/Edwardian era.
  • Described as a fine Gentleman's Residence.
  • Attractive stained glass windows on internal reception door and surrounding panels.
  • High level ceilings throughout.
  • Period fireplaces.
  • House in good repair and decorative order throughout.
  • Strong Bed and Breakfast potential.
  • Detached garage/store ideal for conversion into one or two apartments.
  • Extensive landscaping, which was designed and monitored by a landscape architect, adds to the turn of the century charm.
  • Landscaped into three distinct areas - the vegetable/orchard garden, the woodland walk and a water garden/pond.

Additional Images

Family Den
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Detached Garage/Store
Aerial View of House
Aerial View of House & Grounds
Front Entrance
Kitchen
Reception Room Two
Reception Room One
Dining Room