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Hollyhill House 3 Hollyhill Road, Enniskillen, BT74

Offers around £550,000
  • Once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a very desirable property which offers that rare blend of privacy yet the ultimate in convenience of location.
  • Adjoining paddock may provide future development potential (subject to Planning Approval).

Description

BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED 5 BEDROOMED PERIOD HOUSE IN ENNISKILLEN'S MOST PRESTIGIOUS RESIDENTIAL AREA WITH SUPERB VIEWS OVER TOWN AND MOUNTAIN SCENERY AND WITH ITS OWN ADJOINING PADDOCK AND STABLES

 "Hollyhill House"  occupies one of the best sites in Enniskillen within walking distance of many town amenities especially schools, shops and Enniskillen Tennis Club yet with maturity providing screening & privacy.  The easily maintained grounds provide ample vehicle space & include a patio/barbeque area which provides views you will never tire of.  The paddock with 2 stables & workshop provides a veritable oasis in town, an adaptable area which could prove to be very therapeutic/ideal for your hobby.

The gardens are mature and easily maintained with a relatively small lawn area to mow yet including the paddock the total site area is almost half an acre.  The house dates from around 1830 and with Yew Trees at the entrance and majestic Scotch Pine and Beech Trees and a generous forecourt to suit today's vehicles this is an impressive property of a type which is only offered for sale once in every generation or so.  The property has the benefit of the sun throughout day light hours yet its maturity provides excellent privacy particularly on the generous patio which is well screened on 3 sides yet enjoys beautiful views to the front.

The interior of this residence is a delight.  It has been tastefully modernised yet retains many period and period style features including column radiators, Victorian tiled hall floor, mainly sash windows (with double glazing for heat retention) ceiling cornices, picture railing, ornate fireplaces, Irish Elm flooring and flagged floors and the all important Aga Oil Fired Cooker.   Period houses often provide larger heating bills and/or lower room temperatures, the lucky purchaser of Hollyhill House need not worry, the external walls of this cosy residence are lined internally with insulated plasterboard and it features oil fired central heating which provides efficient underfloor heating to many areas with the remainder serviced by radiators.  Additional energy efficiency is provided by double glazing and additional roofspace insulation.

This could be the property you always promised yourself.  Contact us now to discuss this lifestyle opportunity.

ACCOMMODATION DETAILS

Entrance Porch:-  Tiled floor, fanlight over Double Front Doors.  Matwell.

Entrance Hall:-  Ornate Victorian tiled floor with original Staircase from circa 1830.  Fanlight over internal door.  Cloakroom with white whb & wc,  Irish Elm flooring.

Drawing Room:-  16' 6" x 14' 9" Open fireplace with 'French' marble surround.  Ceiling cornice & centrepiece.  Picture rail.

Dining Room:-  13' 8" x 12' 0" Open fireplace with black surround featuring original ornate glazed Victorian tiles.  Picture rail & ceiling cornice.

Family Room:-  11' 11" x 9' 11" Open fireplace with inset multi-fuel stove in brick surround.  PVC French doors.

Kitchen:-  20' 3" x 17' 1" Reclaimed stone flagged floor and Aga Oil Fired Cooker set in arched surround with tiled backdrop, and separate gas hob.   Modern antique style hand built kitchen with part "Emerald Pearl" granite worktop and part Beech worktops & central island unit.  American style fridge freezer.  Painted timber tongue & grooved ceiling with recessed lighting.  Adjoining traditional walk-in pantry.

Utility Room:-  11' 4" x 5' 4" Belfast sink unit.  Reclained quarry tiles.

Rear lobby with reclaimed stone flagged floor.

MEZZANINE FLOOR:-

Whb/Wc compartment with Irish Elm Floor.  Hotpress.

Bedroom 1:  12'0" x 10'7" plus Ensuite Shower Room - 6'4" x 5'4" White suite of Whb/Wc & Electric Shower.  Part tiled walls.  Irish Elm Flooring.

Bathroom:  White Period Style Suite of Freestanding Bath with Claw Feet & Telephone Shower attachment.  'Sanitan' Period Style Whb & high flush Wc.  Full Shower Cubicle.  Irish Elm flooring.

First Floor:-

Landing:-  Irish Elm flooring.  Three section Bay Window provides excellent natural light and wide views over town and views of Coles Monument and distant mountain scenery.

Bedroom 2:-  14' 8" x 14' 3" Open fireplace with ornate cast iron surround.

Bedroom 3:-  13' 8" x 12' 0".

Bedroom 4:-  15' 1" x 10' 1".

Bedroom 5:-  12' 0" x 9' 11"

OUTSIDE

Enclosed side yard, part paved, part tarmacadamed ideal for pets, children, etc.

Garage:-  17' 3" x 16' 11" Oil fired boiler.  Fuel store: Aluminium Greenhouse 12' 0" x 6' 0".

Elevated paved patio providing excellent views & sheltered by hedging. Enclosed and secure paddock ideal for pony, dogs, etc. and with sand based enclosed 'turn out' area with two stables and a workshop.  Small side lawn with fruit bushes requires less mowing provides more time for leisure/chilling out on the patio.  Mature shrubs.  Spacious tarmacadamed forecourt provides ample parking.

Important Points to Note:-

Central Heating - Oil fired underfloor heating to Ground Floor (except hallway which is serviced by a traditional style column radiator).
First Floor:- Part underfloor heating, part traditional column raditors.
Walls insulated internally and floor insulated where underfloor heating.

Rates:-  2017/2018 £2,124.86 after discount.

Viewing;  Strictly by appointment with our office.

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