|Address||26 Meeting Street, Dromore|
|Price||Offers over £100,000|
Historic listed building built in 1777. Along with its adjoining property it was built as part of a summerhouse and later became the first Presbyterian manse in Dromore. The property was divided sometime in the late 19th century. Some original feature’s have been retained namely sliding sash windows to the front of the property. This property forms part of the history of Dromore and provides town living over three floors to include spacious hall, living room, kitchen - dining room with recently fitted kitchen, three bedrooms, bathroom. Enclosed courtyard and parking space at the rear of the property.
Entrance Hall: (20’1 x 6’) (6.12m x 1.83m)
Original tiled floor, 1 single power point.
Through Lounge: (19’9 m x 8’7) (6.03m x 2.61m)
Cast iron fireplace with tiled inset. 2 double power points. 1 double panel radiator. Solid wooden flooring.
Kitchen : (10’9 x 13’1) (3.18m x 4.00m)
Range of high and low level grey units. Built-in in appliances include ‘Smeg’ gas hob. Under oven. Built in fridge freezer. 1 ½ bowl stainless stell sink unit. Plumbed for automatic washing machine. Extractor fan. 2 double power points. 2 single power points. 1 single panel radiator.
Upstairs - Landing
Bedroom 1 (15’6 x 10’10) (4.72m x 3.30m)
1 double panel radiator. 1 double power point, 1 single power point. 1 television point.
Bathroom: (8’7 x 8’7) (2.62m x 2.60m)
White bathroom suite comprises bath, wc and wash hand basin. Hotpress with new Immersion heater. Tiled splash backs.
Bedroom 2: (15’4 x 10’2) (4.67m x 3.10m)
1 double panel radiator. 1 single power point.
Bedroom 3: (9’10 x 9’1) (3m x 2.77m)
1 single panel radiator. 1 double power point.
Enclosed rear yard
Oil Fired Boiler
UPVC Oil tank
Rear car parking.
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