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Step inside this stunning £1.35m county Armagh home

Ever wondered what a £1.35m house looks like on the inside?

Wonder no more, for this truly spectacular detached mansion with its own guest bungalow, stables and games room – not to mention the spare 58 acres of land surrounding it – is on the market. Don’t all go rushing at once…

This huge property can be found on the edge of Richhill in county Armagh.

So what are you waiting for?

If you need a little extra persuading, here’s a rundown of what’s on offer:

*Imposing pillared entrance with remotely operated electric gates providing access to a private driveway.

*Extensive landscaped gardens incorporating trees, shrubs, flower beds and grass areas surrounding the house.

*3- Reception, 6-Bedroom, 4-Bathroom detached two storey residence constructed to a high specification with imposing architectural features. The property is constructed in both traditional cottage style with thatched roof to front and towards the rear to a contemporary two storey structure with pitched and slated roof.

*Interior finishes include oil fired under floor heating on all floors, timber double glazed sash windows to front, bespoke timber windows to rear with rounded window reveals, curved architraves and doors, stone floors, bespoke balustrades, feature metalwork and stone staircases, vaulted ceilings throughout principal rooms incorporating timber beams, recessed stair lights and spotlights.

*Detached double garage with first floor games room.

*2- Stable block providing 8 stables together with tack rooms and associated stores off a central brick pavioured courtyard, concrete yard area and silo.

*One Bedroom modern guest cottage with double glazing and oil fired heating.

*C. 58 acres – Agricultural/grazing/woodland/paddock – Extensive property which we feel will be of particular interest to those with equestrian interests.

For more details contact Frazer Kidd estate agents.

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