THE impressive Mullaghmossan House in Magheramorne, Larne, Co Antrim is on the market and will surely appear to equestrian enthusiasts. The 25-acre country estate boosts a Georgian style gentleman’s residence, extending to c.8,000 sq ft (excluding secondary and tertiary accommodation), a comprehensive equestrian hub with a huge outdoor arena, as well as a range of workshops, outbuildings and yards.
The main residence, which was built in 2010, boasts generous family accommodation, with up seven double bedrooms, to include a 700 sq ft principal suite with dressing room, walk-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom. All bar one of the other six bedrooms enjoy en suite facilities, and three with walk in wardrobes.
The scene of the home is set as soon as you enter the grand reception hall, with feature height ceiling, handcrafted central staircase with double gallery landings, central roof light above, and range of bespoke coving and joinery finishes which continue throughout the remainder of the property.
In addition to the reception hall with informal lounge area to rear, there is a separate formal drawing room, an 850 sq ft entertainment room with fitted bar area, large open plan lounge through kitchen with informal dining area, rear hall, utility room, boot room, furnished cloakroom, separate ground floor shower room and first floor laundry room.
Externally there are twin entrance pillars with electric operated entrance gates and an intercom entry system, leading to a long, sweeping driveway, generous parking areas and gardens finished in lawn, mature trees and paved patio area.
The detached stone outbuilding houses a triple garage (currently utilised as a home gym), golf simulator/games room and first floor, self-contained, two-bedroom apartment/annex.
To the south of the estate there is a concrete yard, service area and 2,000 sq ft workshop with 9.5m wide hangar door and lean to store/stabling.
The equestrian hub, to the north of the estate, comprises a nine-stable block which extends to 3,000 sq ft of stabling and includes a tack room, feed room and store, as well as a dry bay/wet bay.
Outside the stables, there is a lunging pen, an impressive 80m x 40m Martin Collins CLOPF sand arena, horse walker, concrete yard, 2,000 sq ft workshop (with adjoining one bedroom annex), and more than 20 acres of quality agricultural land. The stable yard has been in use as a competition yard for show jumping horses.
Facilities at Connell Hill can be found just over 35 minutes away (26 miles), while Portmore is 50 minutes away (34 miles) and The Meadows Equestrian Centre is just under an hour away (42 miles).
Whilst enjoying quiet, semi-rural surroundings, the property is only a short commute from Belfast, and the surrounding towns.
Brought to the market by Colin Graham Residential, the selling agent is open to offers over £1,950,000.