Period elegance on the shores of Lough Foyle

Dating back to the 1930’s Greenbank House is a fine example of how a period property can look if well maintained over the years. Enjoying spectacular views over Lough Foyle this fantastic property comes to the market retaining all of its original features which include high ceilings, 7 Art Deco fireplaces, original cornicing, timber panelled walls etc. Externally the c.2.6 acres of manicured, fully drained gardens possess a beautiful mix of lawned green areas together with many well stocked mature flowerbeds and growing bays. The converted stables now provide a 3 bay garage and interestingly the additional detached building was once home to a shirt making factory stretching back to the 1850’s.

 

The accommodation is arranged as follows;

Hardwood front door with half glazed side panels & fan light over leading to;

Entrance Vestibule; 2.20m x 1.40m original tiled floor, further decoratively glazed door to;

Entrance Hall; 6.90m x 2.60m parquet flooring, feature oak panelled walls, cornice to ceiling, door to understair recess, door to;

Lounge; 6.30m (into bay window) x 4.70m double aspect with stunning views of Lough Foyle, original pine flooring, 10ft high ceiling, original mahogany fireplace with tiled inset & tiled hearth, original cornice

Dining Room; 5.10m (into bay window) x 4.70m stunning views of Lough Foyle, original pine flooring, mahogany fireplace with tiled inset & tiled hearth, high ceiling with original cornice, door to;

Split Level Sun Room; 4.00m x 2.70m tiled floor, spectacular garden & lough views

Internal Hallway; 2.30m x 1.90m tiled floor,  rear stairs to first floor, half glazed hardwood door to outside, further door to;

Kitchen/Dining Room; 5.70m x 3.40m double aspect with views over gardens, tiled floor, comprehensively equipped with solid oak wall & base units, Rangemaster cooker with electric oven & hob, integrated dishwasher, stainless steel single drainer sink unit with separate waste bowl, understair recess,  door to;

Utility Room; 3.10m x 2.60m matching range of solid oak wall & base units, plumbing for washing machine, wiring for tumble dryer, stainless steel single drainer sink unit

Bedroom 5; 4.60m x 2.70m views over garden, carpet flooring, original tiled fireplace, high ceiling with original cornice

Shower Room; 4.80m x 2.20m fitted 2 piece suite, vanity unit, storage cupboards, separate fully tiled shower enclosure

Mahogany staircase to;

Split Level Landing; Door leading to rear stairs and double doors to front balcony;

Cloakroom/WC; 1.90m x 1.00m white wc, vinyl flooring

Bathroom; 3.60m x 2.40m coloured 3 piece suite, fitted shower & curtain over bath, doors to hotpress, original sash window

Master Bedroom; 5.30m (into bay window) x 4.60m double aspect with spectacular views of Lough Foyle & garden, original cornice, fitted wash hand basin, original tiled fireplace, floor to ceiling built in sliderobes with additional vanity unit & storage cupboards

Bedroom 2; 5.00m (into bay window) x 4.90m double aspect with spectacular views over Lough Foyle & garden, original tiled fireplace, original cornice, carpet flooring

Bedroom 3; 4.60m x 2.70m carpet flooring, views over garden, built in wardrobes

Bedroom 4; 4.90m x 3.60m carpet flooring, views over garden, built in wardrobes, fitted sink & vanity unit, small original tiled fireplace

Office/Bedroom 6; 4.20m x 3.70m carpet flooring, garden views, fitted vanity unit, fitted mirror plus shaver light & socket

Outside; Overall grounds of c.2.6 acres, block built entrance pillars with wrought iron gates, sweeping kerbed & gravel driveway, front garden extensively laid to lawn with well stocked mature flower beds, complete privacy from the main road, landscaped rear gardens with 20 ft conifers to side & rear boundaries, orchard (apple, plum & pear trees), c.0.5 acre paddock, extensive bricked patio to the rear

Triple Garage; Stone built – former stables

Outbuilding; 13.40m x 5.30m (former shirt factory) his & hers toilets, shower room, small kitchen area

 

  • Elegant period property
  • C.2.6 acre grounds
  • 5/6 bedrooms
  • C.3000 sq ft
  • Pvc double glazing
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Security alarm fitted
  • Many original features maintained
  • Stunning views of Lough Foyle
  • Outbuildings

 

Coming into Quigleys point from Muff, Greenbank House will be found on the left hand side just before the Foyle View Point development easily identified by our For sale sign.

Quigleys Point offers a modest range of local shopping facilities. Local churches and schools in the area include St. Columbas Drung and Scoil Naomh Fionan. Derry City Centre accessible within a 20 minute drive and it would be here where most locals travel to carry out their weekly shopping requirements.

 

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