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Kilmourne is a delightful collection of stone buildings or 'clachan' enjoying expansive views across the rolling hills of County Down. Situated at the top of a private laneway, the cottage and separate barn conversion are set back from the ever popular Killyleagh Road, in Killinchy. Fully restored some years ago, the original house was constructed in the late 1700s - a date commemorated by one of two plaques.
The two wings of the main residence are linked together by a distinctive circular kitchen, with a vaulted ceiling and bespoke kitchen. The barn conversion benefits from a newly constructed sunroom with views to the Mournes and Scrabo Tower. A stone built office/studio is also available with solid oak floor, separate electricity supply and period radiator. Patio doors and windows again offer fantastic views across County Down to the Mournes. The three-car garage and large workshop have been converted from another stone built cottage and offer further potential. The main cottage has a circular bespoke handcrafted painted kitchen leading to a beautiful reception area. Off this, is a modern spiral staircase to a bedroom under the eaves of the cottage. There are a further three bedrooms and superb drawing room with multi fuel burning stove and separate stone built office or studio which would be ideal for someone who works from home. The converted stone barn could easily accommodate either visiting guests, teenage children or an independent relative. Again, the conversion is superb with a fabulous sunroom, sitting room, kitchen and bathroom.
Whilst enjoying a rural location, the property is perfectly located as Killinchy village is only a few minutes drive away with its well renowned Killinchy primary school, award winning restaurant Balloo House, Whiterock Sailing Club for the yachting enthusiast, Comber town centre and also within commuting distance of Belfast.
Detached Stone Cottage, circa 1816 Offering Excellent Accommodation
Reception/Dining Hall with Rayburn Range
Circular Bespoke Handcrafted Kitchen
Sitting Room with Multi Fuel Burning Stove
4 Bedrooms - 2 with Luxury Ensuite Bathrooms, Further Study or Bedroom 4
Separate Stone Barn Converted into Self-Contained Guest Annex with 1 Bedroom, Sitting Room, Kitchen and Sun Room
Further Stone Built Office/Studio or Playroom
Oil Fired Central Heating/Double Glazed Windows
Detached Stone Building used as Double Garage
Magnificent Gardens and Patio Area Designed by Award Winning Garden Designer of 2006
* Click boxes to display surrounding locations
From Balloo House, Killinchy Road becomes the Killyleagh Road. After the 30 mph sign, No 16 is a few hundred yards along up a steep laneway on the left hand side with '16' and viewing mirror on right hand side of entrance. Therefore a viewing appointment is essential.
EPC: 28/32: 7909-2908-0250-6658-9034