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Coach class...a quaint historic home at the foot of the mountains

By Stephanie Bell

This 19th century home enjoys an idyllic location in picturesque Bryansford village at the foot of the Mourne Mountains, backing on to Tollymore Forest Park.

The attractive, three bedroom house is in the heart of the village on a large site with beautiful gardens and outbuildings, which include a coach house and storage shed.

Inside there is a lovely clean, modern feel, but with enough period features to add unique charm.

The generous ground floor offers a hallway, kitchen, sun porch, storage room, sitting room and living room, with three bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs.

The kitchen is a good size, with oak units and feature oak beams.

It has an electric oven and hob, a built in washing machine, fridge freezer and integrated tall fridge.

The sun porch has lovely views of the pretty cottage gardens.

A mahogany fireplace is the centrepiece of the spacious sitting room which has a bay window and rich polished wooden floor. There is also a cosy second living room.

Upstairs the bedrooms are pleasantly presented and the master has a feature bay window with window seat from which to enjoy the spectacular views and gardens and comes with a vanity dressing table and wardrobes.

The house also offers the option to buy a shop and post office in the grounds.

The house is situated at 64 Bryansford Village, Newcastle.

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