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Property: Make the move to Moneymore

Top amenities, excellent transport links and lots by way of rural character – put your money on Moneymore

Introducing 21 Millrace Square, Moneymore. On the market for offers around £144,950
Introducing 21 Millrace Square, Moneymore. On the market for offers around £144,950 Introducing 21 Millrace Square, Moneymore. On the market for offers around £144,950

Nestled discreetly between Magherafelt and Cookstown in the heartlands of splendid Mid-Ulster, the village of Moneymore is perfect for house hunters longing for charming country appeal and a sense of community all while moments from excellent amenities and transport links. 

And this spacious end townhouse in popular Millrace Square has plenty of appeal for first-time buyers, families and savvy investors. 

Brought to you by Mid-Ulster Letting and Sales, number 21 is on the market for offers around £144,950. Deceptively spacious, the lucky homeowner here can enjoy three excellent bedrooms, a beautiful side garden and lots of lovely little extras such as tiled flooring in the hallway and a feature fireplace in the lounge. 

What’s more the property is located within walking distance of all local amenities and is just a short hop and a skip from the busy towns of Cookstown and Magherafelt. 

And there’s plenty to see and do when you make Moneymore home. Explore the wonderful rich heritage and culture of this beautiful conservation area. The village dates back to over 400 years and boasts a proud historical past with a rich array of important architectural buildings. 

It’s also of course home to Springhill which is commonly described as “one of the prettiest houses in Ulster”. 

Its welcoming charm reveals a family home with portraits, furniture and decorative arts that bring to life the many generations of the Lenox-Conynghams who lived here from 1680. Meanwhile the old laundry houses one of Springhill’s most popular attractions, the Costume Collection with some exceptionally fine 18th to 20th century pieces. Here you can also admire a 1,000 year old yew tree with natural play trails beguiling younger visitors. 

You’re just a stone’s throw away from the grassy shores of Lough Neagh. And whether it’s exploring Lough Beg, mountain biking and star gazing in Davagh Forest or jetting off from Ballyronan Marina, the opportunities for unforgettable days out are endless. 

And this splendid Moneymore property is your perfect base from which to open this new and exciting chapter. 

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