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41 North Street Lurgan BT67 9AG
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Address 15 Lough Road, Lurgan
Style Mid-terrace House
Status For sale
Price Offers around £157,500
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Receptions 2
Heating Oil
EPC Rating E51/D61

Additional Information

Rarely seen on the market, this is an opportunity to purchase a large Victorian Townhouse (circa 1886) with many original features. Centrally located and ideally placed for transport links it offers a bright, comfortable family home with many original features and an enormous garden.

The interior is bright, spacious and generously proportioned with ten foot high ceilings, original Victorian cornicing and decorative woodwork that lend character and charm to this period property.

This three-story period property is a colossal 1900sqft and is one of only five original Victoria Townhouses in this exquisite row.

Accommodation consisting of:

Entrance Hall Featuring Original Cornicing, Centerpiece & Solid Wood Flooring.

Lounge With Mahogany Fire Surround And Cast Iron Insert Incorporating Solid Wood Floor, Original Cornice.

Family Room With Stone Tiled Flooring Featuring An Inglenook Fireplace With Wood Burner And Brick Built Surround, Original Cornice.

Kitchen With Oak Fitted Units Featuring A Brick Built Hearth and ceramic tiled floor.

Victorian Style White 3 Piece Bathroom Suite Including A Stand Alone Roll Top Bath & A Walk In Corner Shower Unit.

3 Generous Bedrooms, With Master Boasting The Entire 3rd Floor Of The Property Offering Large Dressing Room En-Suite. 

Gas Heating.

White PVC Double Glazed Windows.


Substantial renovation works haven been carried out with giving special attention to restoring some of these much-loved features, details below:

The floors of the hallway, and first floor bedrooms have been fully restored and re-varnished. The central staircase with it’s curved wood detailing, decorative features and multi-toned varnish finish has also been restored and returned to it’s true Victorian splendor. Original Victorian plaster cornicing and detailing is continuous from the entrance hall, extending up through the stairwell to the first floor.

The attractively crafted interior wood paneling and moldings that surround the imposing windows at the front of the house have been restored, with the woodwork on the first floor having been stripped entirely of over a century’s worth of paint layers to reveal the original craftsmanship that lies beneath.

These four grands, south-facing windows form a prominent and striking architectural feature, allowing the interior to be flooded with natural light and warmth.

The entire top floor consists of a single substantial bedroom spanning the whole width of the house, with a large en-suite of shower, sink, toilet and wardrobe.

To the rear of the property, a door in an enclosed courtyard leads to a large private graveled parking area (approx 40 foot/12 meters). Vehicle access is via private, lockable gates and the whole area is off-street and secure.

Beyond this and through another wooden gate, a path leads to a paved patio which extends in to a large secluded garden cultivated with a rich variety of fruit, flowers and vegetables. A large tree dominates the end of the garden offering shade and privacy. In total the garden and parking area extend approx 140 foot and is entirely private offering a secluded oasis full of wildlife, peace and calm.

Do not let this Town Centre location fool you, for any garden lovers this property is a must offering breath-taking manicured gardens with too many gorgeous plants and shrubs to mention, and that’s just in the fully enclosed front garden.  To the rear you will find a fully enclosed courtyard   which leads onto what only be described as an outdoor sanctuary offering an abundance of mature plant life with the added enjoyment of vegetable patches scattered throughout. 

Positioned less than a minute’s walk from Lurgan railway station the house is ideally located for direct train links to Belfast in the north or to Dublin in the south. Additionally, a direct train service to Sydenham station brings you within a ten minute walk of Belfast city airport offering a superb and convenient uninterrupted connection to the airport and all the possible destinations available from here.

The M1 motorway network is a short drive away and Lurgan is a central hub for bus links to many surrounding towns.

Viewings for this amazing home come highly recommended.