|Address||The Station House, 6 Tierkelly Hill Road, Ballyroney, Banbridge|
An extremely rare opportunity to acquire an outstanding local landmark.
This most attractive brick dwelling formally Ballyroney Station was constructed in the late 19th Century and opened on 14th February 1880. The station was an important goods terminal with the monthly fair at Rathfriland bringing droves of cattle for the export market and in the Autumn cartloads of potatoes.
The railway closed for both passengers and freight on 2nd May 1955.
We are delighted to offer a wonderful opportunity to create a stunning family home in a delightful rural location.
Viewing highly recommended. You won’t be disappointed!!!
Mahogany panel Hall Door to entrance hall with tile floor.
Lounge: 12’0” x 11’3” (3.63m x 3.43m). Tile fireplace.
Sitting Room: 11’9” x 10’9” (3.60m x 3.30m). Tile fireplace with marble inset, picture rail.
Kitchen: 13’5” x 11’6” (4.10m x 3.51m). Range of high and low level units with ample worktops, single drainer stainless steel sink unit, cooker space, stainless steel extractor hood and fan, half tiled walls and tile floor.
Utility Room/Store: 20’0” x 12’6” (6.11m x 3.81m) at widest point. Bowl and half stainless steel sink unit and vinyl tile floor.
Shower Room: White suite comprising shower cubicle with Redring shower, w/c, fully tiled walls and tile floor.
Staircase to landing.
Bedroom : 13’9” x 12’2” (4.19m x 3.73m) at widest point.
Bedroom : 10’9” x 11’10” (3.28m x 3.62m).
Bathroom: White suite comprising panel bath, w/c, wash hand basin and half tiled walls.
Attached Room: Known as ‘The Waiting Room’ with adjoining office, store and w/c.
Exterior: Brick pavior platform with garden and enclosed garden at side.
Location; Take Castlewellan Road to McCoys Garage and right unto Katesbridge Road for 1.7 miles. Right unto Ballyroney Road for 1.4 miles and right unto Dromara Road for 0.6 miles and property is on left hand side (See For Sale Board).