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Property: Come on down to Dromara and find your own source of inspiration

Nestled at the foothills of the Mourne Mountains, the idyllic village of Dromara in Co Down is a truly rare find as it looks much the same today as it did in the 1950s. 

Here, where the River Lagan begins, those longing to return to a quieter way of life can enjoy beautiful stone bridges, a quaint drumlin countryside with undulating views of grazing cattle and crops and of course, the awe inspiring Slieve Croob.

However these many charms do not come at the expense of modern lifestyles as Dromara is only some seven miles to the busy market town of Ballynahinch and 12 to Lisburn. Meanwhile the A1 is easily accessible at both Dromore and Hillsborough opening up convenient travel to Newry, Belfast and beyond.

It’s an ideal location for family life and here at 2 Woodvale in the village, discover the ideal family home.

This immaculate detached villa enjoys an enviable position in this popular development. For offers in the region of £170,000 house hunters will find a home with nothing to do in terms of renovations or adjustments.

It is a four bedroom property, main with ensuite, with two reception rooms and easily managed gardens to the front and rear. And alongside the luxury family bathroom upstairs, there’s the added bonus of a downstairs shower room. 

As the saying goes, the kitchen is the heart of the home and life won’t be any different here in Dromara. This open plan kitchen and family room is a truly modern space flooded by natural light. There is then a sliding patio door leading through to a beautiful sun room/dining room. This space will be both perfect for formal entertaining or casual coffee any given Sunday morning.

Outside homeowners can enjoy a tarmac driveway with ample parking space, an easily maintained stone area to the front and a paved patio to the rear. There’s also of course the detached garage proving even more useful storage space.

The village of Dromara enjoys a real community feel offering, alongside its stunning natural beauty, shops and a primary school. 

Adventurers will meanwhile never be short of things to do with easy access to glorious Castlewellan Forest Park, magical Tollymore - playground of the young Stark children and their Dire Wolves in Game of Thrones - and of course beautiful Newcastle, where the “Mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea”. 

You can of course start right on your doorstep by enjoying unparalleled views of the Mourne Mountains, as well as Lough Neagh and Carlingford Lough, as you climb Slieve Croob - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Savour the spoils of a life in Dromara at 2 Woodvale. For more information or to arrange a viewing, contact the selling agent, Quinn Property Sales and Letting Specialists today on 028 9756 4400.

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