I just wanted to say thank-you very much for all your help throughout the sale. I believe it was your endeavour and enthusiasm that got us over the line in the end after a somewhat tricky process.
After our initial meeting at the very beginning of it all I was impressed with your passion and sales skill and my wife and I are so happy/relieved we chose Templeton Robinson (and specifically you) to represent us as we have said to others that potentially if we hadn't we could well have still been sitting in our old house and missed out on the house of our dreams.
I am more than happy to reflect our gratitude to any of your superiors within the company as I believe your efforts in this case should be recognised and acknowledged.
Thank you ever so much once again
- Michael Kirkwood
We were trying to sell our house for about a year before we got Templeton Robinson involved. We immediately noticed an uptick in enquiries. Once we had a active buyer, Robin Lyons did everything he could to ensure that the process went smoothly, including helping to manage various other suppliers as I am not based in N Ireland.We are very satisfied with the outcome.
- Philip Smith
Staff always friendly and helpful. Good lines of communications at all times throughout the sale. Prompt response to all calls and emails. Appreciated weekly update on sale position, staff leaving informative voicemail was great – no need for return calls etc.
Photos by Gary were fantastic and staff very willing to amend brochure when requested. We were totally happy with our Templeton Robinson sale and very impressed with the service provided.
- H Bell
The school house in Lower Ballinderry is a significant building in the local history of Ballinderry, originally operating under the National School System and used as a school building from 1827 to 1980. Shortly after this, the Georgian property was converted into a residential dwelling. The property retains alot of its original character but has also been sympathetically modernised in recent years. The heart of the character centres around the open plan luxury fitted kitchen and centre island units with granite work tops, which is open plan to a spacious living/dining area. Downstairs the property has 3 well proportioned bedrooms, bathroom with roll top bath and a separate shower.
Ideally suited to those who want a unique period home in this beautiful rural location where one can enjoy all the benefits of country living and yet be convenient to amenities, this individual property is sure to appeal to a variety of purchasers. To fully appreciate this very special house we recommend early viewing.
Historic Detached Former School House
Luxury Fitted Kitchen with Integrated Appliances, Granite Worktops and Breakfast Bar to Open Plan to Dining Area with Feature Brick Fireplace
Three Well Proportioned Bedrooms
Modern Bathroom with White Suite including Roll Top Bath and Separate Shower
LPG Calor Gas Heating/Sliding Sash Window
Driveway Parking for Several Vehicles
Enclosed Paved Back Garden
Within Comfortable Commuting Distance of Belfast, Lisburn and Many Parts of the Province
Internal Viewing Strongly Recommended to Appreciate all this Wonderful Unique Property Has to Offer
Hardwood front door to...
Ceramic tiled floor.
Solid wood stable door with stained glass inset leading outside.
KITCHEN: 41' 11" X 17' 9" (12.77m X 5.41m)
Original solid oak floor boards, low voltage spot lights, range of high and low level units with granite work tops, breakfast island unit with old Belfast sink and mixer taps, Smeg 6 ring gas and electric range cooker, matching stainless steel extractor fan, integrated fridge freezer, integrated washer/dryer, integrated Diplomat dishwasher, part tiled walls, leading to....
Feature brick wall and solid wood mantle, tiled hearth, stairs down to...
BEDROOM (1): 16' 10" X 15' 2" (5.13m X 4.61m)
Built in wardrobes, wash hand basin, ? with splash tiling.
BEDROOM (2): 10' 5" X 9' 3" (3.17m X 2.82m)
Picture rail, built in cupboard.
BEDROOM (3): 10' 6" X 6' 4" (3.21m X 1.93m)
Ceramic tiled floor, low voltage spot lights, part tongue and groove panelled walls, low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin with splash tiling, free standing roll top bath with telephone hand shower.
Ceramic tiled floor, plastic panelled walls, shower with Mira electric shower.
Wrought iron electric gates to concrete driveway with parking for several vehicles.
Property enclosed by mature trees, stone wall and wooden fence and railings.
Paved and gravel back garden, outside tap.
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On entering Lower Ballinderry from the Lower Ballinderry Road the School House is on the right at the crossroads.