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£259,950

Ballyfounder Road, Newtownards, BT22

  • 3 beds
Bungalow

£259,950

  • 3 beds
Bungalow
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Follow a sustainable healthy life style in a charming bungalow on circa 1 acre of land, set close to a designated Area of Natural Outstanding Beauty, approximately 1 mile distant from Portaferry, County Down and the wonderful secluded beaches of the Irish Sea coast. Yet, Belfast city airport is just 28 miles away and there is also good accessibility to Dublin airport. The bungalow has 3 bedrooms, a very large living/music room and kitchen, with a sizeable utility room which also doubles as an artist studio. There is also a large conservatory, and outside, separate detached greenhouse and garage which is currently used for wood crafting. The property has had major recent upgrades, including new double-glazed windows, new kitchen, new wooden floors, new oil-fired central heating system and two new bathrooms. The setting is private yet has the convenience of being close to facilities, schools, shopping and amenities in nearby Portaferry and the large town of Downpatrick. This is a great location for someone looking to relocate to the countryside and become more self-sufficient. There is high speed broadband for those wishing to work remotely.There are numerous raised beds, fruit bushes and the large greenhouse provides peppers, tomatoes and other fruits from April to January. The current owners previously took advantage of the extensive herb gardens to sell produce to Belfast restaurants. The current owners produce their own compost and vermiculture and use hügelkultur from own trees.For those considering investing in a property in Portaferry, or indeed buying a property in Northern Ireland, this property offers opportunities for vacation rentals, Air B&B etc. There is room for a tennis course and keeping animals, particularly poultry. The micro climate of the Ards Peninsula lends itself to growing plants such as sunflowers, tobacco and even tea. The huge space of the property can accomodate more polytunnels, particularly for niche high-end herbs and other botanicals.Aerial Video: https://youtu.be/mPU-qAr0SGA

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