Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 21 September 2014

A taste of country life

LOCATION is everything, which is why the sale of Ardtara Country House in the linen village of Upperlands, South Londonderry, is attracting such a high level of interest.

LOCATION is everything, which is why the sale of Ardtara Country House in the linen village of Upperlands, South Londonderry, is attracting such a high level of interest.

This substantial 19th century house has acquired a resounding reputation as one of the most exclusive country guest houses in Northern Ireland.

It is also perfectly situated for the golfing and fishing enthusiasts, sitting beside the River Bann, with Royal Portrush only 30 minutes away.

With a fully-equipped meeting room, Ardtara Country House offers an exceptionally pleasant environment for business meetings.

Boasting eight luxurious bedrooms, lounge, billiard room, dining room, conference room and drawing room, Ardtara Country House is full of atmosphere and character.

Each bedroom is ensuite, individually styled, offers panoramic views of the grounds.

An each still retains its original grand fireplace.

Siobhan Convery, of joint selling agents, Brown McConnell Clark, said: "It is rare that such an opportunity comes onto the market and it has attracted exceptional levels of interest."

The sale not only comprises the Victorian house and gardens but also 1.6 acres of development land with outline planning permission for five dwellings making the sale nearly eight acres in total.

Ms Convery added: "We have been instructed to sell Ardtara Country House as a going concern.

"However, we have also attracted many enquiries from interested parties who can see the potential to turn Ardtara into a private residence."

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