This house, built in 2003 is in Cushendall, a village in the “Glens Of Antrim, Northern Irela“ a designated area of outstanding natural beauty.The house is located on the world famous Causeway Coast Road, and has stunning views, overlooking the sea and the Antrim Hills.
The house itself is in a development ,at the end of a quiet cul de sac, and behind it are fields and a stream which runs behind the house.
There are 4 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms and a downstairs toilet and washbasin.
There is a separate living room to the front and a large kitchen at the back which gets the sunshine from early morning right through to evening during the summer, and overlooks the hills, the sea and the fields.
The dining room, overlooks the garden.
The house has been maintained to a high standard, and is beautifully decorated throughout. Rooms capitalise on the spectacular views and the house is bright and cheerful.
The owner is a keen gardiner and the garden to both the back and side of the house if full of flowering shrubs, herbs, and seasonal flowers and trees.
The village of Cushendall is popular with visitors for its natural charm and its proximity to the sea and beaches.
There are 2 supermarkets, a post office, bank, library, sports shop,numerous small shops for gifts ,crafts, and food. etc and 3 fine restaurants as well as local bars where visitors love to go to join in the local musical evenings.
An additional attraction to Cushendall is the picturesque golf course which is located at the seaside.
Whilst Cushendall is a village the towns of Ballycastle and Ballymena are within half an hour by car, and Belfast , the capital of Northern Ireland is just over an hour away.
The international airport is some 45 minutes drive and Belfast City airport is approx. one hour and twenty minutes.
The world famous Giant’s causeway is about 45 minutes drive, as is the home of Bushmills Whiskey ,and the fabulous white sandy beaches of Portrush and Portstewart.