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Property: Duffmount - a unique chance to own a landmark piece of 18th century history


Offers Over £425,000

Mid-Ulster is an area known for historical properties that can truly inspire - but few captivate quite like this gem dating back to the 18th century.

A farmhouse that has remained in the same family for over 200 years, 96 Drumenny Road, also known as Duffmount, represents an exceptionally rare opportunity on the market.

The main dwelling - extending to approximately 3,900 sq ft and spanning over three floors - requires repair and sympathetic restoration to return Duffmount to its former glory.

The property, despite the restoration that’s needed, is essentially of sound structure and its character still shines through, with many period features providing a clear glimpse of its glorious past and what it could be again.

With sliding sash windows, feature high ceilings, numerous fireplaces, two staircases and terrazzo flooring, you can’t help being intrigued by this elegant property, which boasts well proportioned and spacious accommodation to include eight bedrooms, two reception rooms, two bathrooms and fitted bar and lounge.

The impressive farmhouse makes a strong first impression, with its grand entrance hallway boasting a staircase with feature wooden carved banister. 

The dining room is spacious and has a fireplace with back boiler, a bay window, sliding sash windows and feature high ceilings with cornicing.

Stained glass windows in leaded glass and wooden floor give an extra edge in the drawing room.

Elsewhere, a four-door oil fired 1920s AGA cooker and terrazzo flooring enhance the main kitchen, with the back kitchen leading to a fully fitted bar and lounge.

Eight bedrooms - six on the first floor and two on the second - are full of character and hidden delights. Many have their own fireplaces, while the lucky occupant of the third bedroom will be treated to views over Slieve Gallion.

Close to Ardboe and just a few miles from the shores of Lough Neagh, this is an opportunity to be cherished and is expected to attract interest from a wide range of parties.

To arrange a viewing please call 028 7930 1116 or visit for more details.

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