With the cold nights ahead, nothing beats a wood burning stove, and this four bedroom Loughgall bungalow has two.
Those bitter nights are coming and many a great family memory could be made in front of the fire of this would-be home.
Nestled in the tranquil area of Annahugh Road, this stunning property, with its natural stone clad porch is the perfect family home and it is virtually turn key with it being decorated to highest order.
Marketed by Maison Real Estate, this superbly presented detached bungalow boasts an open plan kitchen, living and dining area, a second reception room, utility room and four bedrooms.
With a stunning garden and beautiful countryside view this really could be the perfect gathering place for a family Christmas.
To the front of the property is a garden laid in lawn which surrounds the property and is fully enclosed with clipped laurel hedging and wooden fencing.
A spacious lounge area with vaulted ceiling which holds a wood burning stove and is finished with laminate wooden flooring and recessed lighting.
The kitchen, dining and living area offers space to house a family dining table and chairs before leading to the living area.
The living area offers frontal aspect window views and holds a wood burning stove with feature beam mantle.
From the front to the rear of the property is an open plan kitchen, living and dining area, complete with a bespoke kitchen.
The central island with inset electric hob has an overhang and would the the perfect place for a family to gather.
It does not stop there, two of the bedrooms have en-suites, there is a large garage currently being used as a gym and a home office.
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