Dear Mr Liddell, just a few lines to say many thanks to you and the staff at Templeton Robinson for the efficient way they dealt with the sale at 7 Kerrington Court. They have been pleasant and helpful at all times and we wish all of you success into the future.
- Caruth & Rosemary Logan
We were very pleased with Templeton Robinson . Thought they provided excellent and professional service and in particular a big thank you to Nicky and William. The move was complicated and stressful but went very well.
- Wilson and Sharon Small
I am writing to thank Nicky and in particular, William Liddell who successfully guided us through the sale of our family home. They were professional and attentive to the family’s needs throughout. Despite a few knock backs, their positive attitude and commitment to the task drove the sale over the line. Wishing you continued success.
- Angela Murphy
A magnificent family home on an excellent site with exceptional views of the Causeway coast, over Portballintrae, across the North Channel to the Isle of Islay and Scotland beyond.
The property is situated within 4 miles of Portrush and 1 mile from Portballintrae. Set within 2 acres of gardens, with large lawn areas, mature shrubberies and a well-stocked rockery.
The excellent accommodation comprises, on the ground floor a drawing room, dining room, superb modern kitchen opening to living room and breakfast area, and an impressive conservatory. Additionally, on the ground floor is a master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and walk-in dressing room, study, utility room and cloakroom with wc facility.
Upstairs are an additional three well-proportioned bedrooms (one with ensuite shower room), and a family bathroom.
In addition the property benefits from 'Andersen' double glazed windows, oil fired central heating, integral double garage and magnificent views to the north and west.
Magnificent Family Home (circa 4520 sq ft) with Outstanding Views of Coastline
Exceptional Accommodation Offering a Flexibility that will have Wide Ranging Appeal
4 Main Reception Areas Including Excellent Conservatory
Superb Modern Handcrafted Kitchen Area
4 Well Proportioned Bedrooms (Master with Ensuite Bathroom & Separate Dressing Room)
Ground Floor Study, Cloakroom & Utility Room
Family Bathroom with Three Piece Suite
High Specificaton Construction
Bespoke Double Glazed Andersen Windows with PH Outside Coating
Oil Fired Central Heating
Integral Double Garage with Twin Roller Shutter Doors
Approximately 2 Acres of Surrounding Gardens with Extensive Lawn & Mature Shrubbery
Solid hardwood front door with glazed feature side panels to . . .
Minstral gallery from landing overlooking hallway, understairs cloakroom and storage. Double doors with glazed panels to . . .
DRAWING ROOM: 26' 0" X 13' 5" (7.92m X 4.09m)
Impressive polished French limestone fireplace surround, mantle and hearth with open fire, ornate cornice ceiling, solid oak floor. Open aspect to . . .
DINING ROOM: 16' 3" X 13' 0" (4.95m X 3.96m)
Solid oak strip flooring, carved ceiling. Double doors with glazed panels to . . .
EXCEPTIONAL KITCHEN/LIVING & BREAKFAST AREA: 28' 7" X 20' 0" (8.71m X 6.10m)
Outstanding hand painted 'Crownwood' kitchen with superb range of high and low level units, extensive corian work surfaces, ceramic sink unit with built-in five ring Bosch gas hob with extractor fan and canopy over, integrated fridge, built-in Bosch double oven, built-in glazed display units, Chinese slate floor, cornice ceiling, low voltage spotlights. Open aspect to breakfast area and well-proportioned living room area with solid oak strip flooring, feature brick chimney breast with cast iron wood burning stove and heat recycling system from side of chimney breast. Double doors with glazed panels to . . .
IMPRESSIVE CONSERVATORY: 19' 0" X 17' 0" (5.79m X 5.18m)
French door to westerly facing patio area. The conservatory designed and built by Hampton's has outstanding panoramic views of the Causeway coastline, Bushmills, Portballintrae, and on a clear day the Isle of Islay.
UTILITY ROOM: 11' 7" X 10' 5" (3.53m X 3.18m)
Excellent range of high and low level units, ceramic sink unit with mixer tap, plumbed for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, ceramic tiled floor, door to garden.
Access door to double integral garage.
MASTER BEDROOM SUITE: 16' 7" X 11' 6" (5.05m X 3.51m)
SEPARATE WALK-IN DRESSING ROOM:
Extensive range of built-in robes.
Oval bath with mixer tap, inset in tiled surround, telephone hand shower, vanity unit with twin wash hand basin and storage underneath, low voltage spotlights, separate shower cubicle with thermostatically controlled shower unit, ceramic tiled floor, extractor fan, heated towel rail.
Low flush wc, bidet, ceramic tiled floor.
STUDY: 17' 4" X 10' 6" (5.28m X 3.20m)
Built-in double robe with mirrored doors.
Low flush wc, wash hand basin, ceramic tiled floor.
SPACIOUS LANDING AREA:
Hotpress with pressurised water system.
BEDROOM (2): 19' 10" X 13' 5" (6.05m X 4.09m)
Excellent range of built-in robes.
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM:
Fully tiled shower cubicle, thermostatically controlled shower unit, vanity unit with wash hand basin, low flush wc, ceramic tiled floor, extractor fan.
BEDROOM (3): 16' 10" X 13' 5" (5.13m X 4.09m)
Study area off.
BEDROOM (4): 15' 0" X 10' 11" (4.57m X 3.33m)
Panelled bath with mixer tap and telephone hand shower attachment, low flush wc, vanity unit with wash hand basin, ceramic tiled floor, low voltage spotlights, extractor fan.
Approached via private driveway accessed from Ballyclogh Road to parking area and access to double garage with twin roller shutter doors. Impressive south facing courtyard area leading to front door. Surrounding gardens and extensive lawns in total approximately 2 acres of outside space. The superb lawns are bordered by mature hedges, mature rockery and quite simply the most magnificent views towards the Causeway coastline, Bushmills, Portballintrae and on the horizon the Isle of Islay, on a clear day.
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Leaving Portrush on the Coast Road to Portballintrae turn right at Historic Dunluce Castle into Ballytober Rd. Then after 100yards turn a sharp left into Ballyclogh Rd opposite the ruins of St Cuthbert's Church. The house is the 2nd on the left about 2/3rds of a mile along Ballyclogh Rd. The house cannot be seen from the road the entrance is designated by two white stone pillars. Just before the house is a viewing point on the ulster cycling route, a great spot from which you can appreciate the views from this magnificently situated property.