An impressive listed building dating from approximately 1800's. This fine Georgian property exudes a character and historic charm that should have wide ranging appeal. Originally built for the Lascelles family, at the time one of the wealthiest families in the Killough area.
The accommodation comprises, a spacious entrance lobby leading to a unique reception hallway with an arched curved staircase. There are two large reception rooms and study area in the main part of the property with access to a kitchen area with several ground floor storage rooms and wc. Upstairs are four main bedrooms, a bathroom and separate wc.
Occupied until approximately four years ago and benefiting from oil fired central heating, the property does require modernisation and refurbishment, however is blessed by many fine original features.
Outside is the original courtyard area with stables, stores and workshop area. This in turn is complemented by the parochial house garden enclosed by stone walls and delineators the dwelling plot of approximately 0.6acres.
It is imperitive that interested parties organise an early appointment to view this impressive property.
Impressive Listed Building Dating From Approximately 1800's
Former Parochial House Of The Parish Of Bright & Killough
Many Superb Interesting Architectural Features
Drawing Room, Dining Room, Study
Kitchen Area With Adjoining Pantry, Stores & Separate WC
Four Main Bedrooms, Bathroom, Separate WC, Storage Rooms
Delightful Courtyard With Range Of Original Stables & Storage Rooms
Parochial House Garden Enclosed By High Stone Walls On Approximately 0.6Acres
Whilst Requiring Modernisation & Refurbishment The Property Has The Potential For A Wide Variety Of Uses
Unique curving staircase to upper level. Door to kitchen and servants quarters. Cornice ceiling and ceiling rose. Door to..
Window to street. Cornice ceiling.
DRAWING ROOM: 18' 12" X 15' 9" (5.79m X 4.80m)
Unique cornice ceiling, two double original French windows to garden area. Feature marble fireplace with surround and mantle with marble inset and hearth with open fire.
LIVING ROOM: 21' 8" X 17' 8" (6.60m X 5.38m)
Two double original French windows with shutters opening to garden. Feature cornice ceiling, feature marble fireplace with surround and mantle with cast iron inset and glass fronted fire.
STUDY/OFFICE: 15' 9" X 11' 10" (4.80m X 3.60m)
BEDROOM (1): 17' 6" X 15' 9" (5.34m X 4.80m)
Feature fireplace surround and mantle with marble inset. Cornice ceiling, window shutters.
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM AREA:
Shower cubicle, low flush wc, wash hand basin in vanity unit.
BEDROOM (2): 18' 1" X 11' 11" (5.50m X 3.62m)
Fireplace surround with mantle, pedestal wash hand basin, cornice ceiling, window shutters.
BEDROOM (3): 13' 2" X 10' 6" (4.02m X 3.20m)
Fireplace surround and mantle. Operational window shutters, cornice ceiling.
Panelled bath with mixer taps and telephone hand shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin.
Low flush wc.
BEDROOM (4): 19' 4" X 13' 3" (5.89m X 4.04m)
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Take road from Downpatrick to Killough, Castle Street is the main street running through Killough.
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