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Converted former Windmill, one of the largest in Ireland
Panoramic 360 views incorporating Strangford Lough and the Mourne Mountains
Showcase property in Northern Ireland Homes (August 2018)
4 Bedrooms including top floor master bedroom with en suite bathroom
Luxury galley kitchen with granite work surfaces and stunning lough views
Dining room with feature fireplace
First floor lounge with Petit Goudin wood burning stove
Fully equipped Utility room
Accessed via private laneway and electric gates
Extensive courtyard and detached double garage
Beautifully maintained gardens with greenhouse and summer house
Fenced nature trail along periphery
Large walled patio area accessed directly from the dining room
Inifinity wood deck with views of the surrounding countryside
Short commute to Belfast, Comber and surrounding towns
Walking distance to Killinchy primary school, much sought after for its academic success
Minutes away from the waterfronts of Ballymorran Bay and Whiterock
Conveniently located to local restaurants, sailing and golf clubs
Enjoying panoramic views of Strangford Lough and the surrounding countryside as far as the Mountains of Mourne, we present this extended, converted Windmill and adjoining Millar's cottage in the heart of Co.Down to the rental market.
Situated on the natural hilltop setting of Killinchy – a village within the Strangford Lough Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Steeped in history dating back to circa 1702, this landmark property has been sympathetically converted into a family home to the highest specifications – providing every modern convenience while retaining its original charm.
As featured in Northern Ireland Homes & Lifestyle ('Unique Situation,' August 2018), the Windmill is immaculately presented throughout, with well-proportioned accommodation incorporating four bedrooms, a luxurious pine kitchen, large dining room, and drawing room.
Bordered by mature hedging providing both a private and secure environment and the ideal setting to enjoy all the seasons surveying the Lough, Mourne Mountains and the open countryside.
Spacious bright cathedral entrance hall leading up to the Windmill via original quarry tiled steps.
Living/ Dining room:
Original Quarry tiled floors with impressive open fireplace. A lovely light and spacious area with a large dining area with French doors opening into an extensive patio area – a perfect secluded area for outdoor dining and entertaining guests with steps leading to the upper gardens.
Charming large 'Galley' kitchen' with expansive Lough views. An excellent range of bespoke hand painted cabinets, double range cooker with granite work surfaces, Bosch dishwasher and fitted fridge. The kitchen also benefits from a separate pantry.
Petit Goudin multi fuel wood burning stove, triple aspect windows all with exceptional views, New Zealand hardwood floors with a state-of-the-art Bang & Olufsen wall mounted television.
Also featuring a charming Juiliet balcony with Lough views just off the main room. Staircase leading to the master bedroom.
Large sunny bedroom with triple aspect panoramic views of the Mournes, Strangford Lough and Killinchy Parish Church belltower. Fully fitted walk in wardrobes including range of drawers & storage.
Stylish modern shower room with hand painted Spanish tiles.
Door from Master bedroom leading to large Observation deck with spectacular 360 degree views – an astronomers dream.
Beautifully designed Fired Earth bathroom with Albion Bath Company high level cistern and bespoke freestanding bath with full power shower facility.
Staircase leading to spacious bedroom with skylight windows with attic space for storage.
Two additional ground floor double bedrooms with large closets.
Large Fully equipped Utility /boot room fully fitted white goods, washer/dryer, large fridge/freezer. Large Linen cupboard, under stairs storage.
Stable door leading to rear gardens.
The extensive landscaped gardens are designed to enjoy the panoramic views from every aspect.
The grounds feature a summer house with direct views of the Lough and the fenced nature trail surrounding the Mill creates a perfect frame for this unique home. A large infinity wood deck affords uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside and spectacular sunsets.
A large greenhouse is situated between lower and upper gardens.
Private courtyard with ample parking and a detached double garage - accessed via private laneway and electric wooden gates
After Balloo House, turn left onto the Beechvale Road. Main Street is on the right hand side and the Windmill is on the right hand side country bound.