10 TULLYNAKILL ROAD, BALLYDRAIN, COMBER, BT23 6EJ

£900 per month (Includes Rates)

Bungalow    3 bedrooms    3 receptions

Available from 05 February 2019

12 months plus

Description

'Burnfield Cottage' is a charming, deceptively spacious, detached cottage which enjoys views over rolling countryside towards Scrabo Tower and Strangford Lough in the distance. Although rural the property is convenient to Comber, Lisbane, Killinchy and Whiterock. Some of the activities on offer in the area are sailing, country pursuits, equestrian interests, cycling and walking. Attractions nearby include Castle Espie Wetland Centre and the historic Nendrum monastic site. Strangford Lough, an area of outstanding natural beauty and is right on the doorstep. The local area is steeped in history with the original parts of 'Burnfield Cottage' being in excess of two hundred and seventy-five years old. Recently upgraded this is a rare opportunity to rent a desirable cottage in a highly sought-after location.

Internally the property comprises, entrance porch, inner hall, living room, family room, country style kitchen, utility room, family room, three bedrooms, shower room and separate bathroom with Jacuzzi bath.

The property has generous, mature gardens, the front being south facing and benefits from a concrete parking area, detached garage and store.

Viewing strictly through Pinkertons.

Features

Three Bedroom Detached Cottage

EPC - E42/E48

Two Large Reception Rooms

Country Style Kitchen With Rayburn Range (Cooking Only)

Utility Room

Shower Room

Modern Bathroom Including Jacuzzi Bath

Oil Fired Central Heating System

Double Glazed

Garage And Workshop

Mature Gardens With Stunning Views

Concrete Parking Area

Rent Includes Rates

Room Dimensions

D42/C48

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