Mill Lodge in Ballinderry is estimated to have been constructed in the 1800s as a lodge to an Old Mill. It has acted as a Police Station in the 1920s with a history of escaped prisoners. It was purchased by its present owners in 2008 and lovingly refurbished both inside and out with care and attention to detail. The property has been re-plastered internally and externally, with all new electrics and plumbing. The lower ground floor consists of mud room/cloak room, kitchen/dining area, reception room, utility room, shower room and bedroom/office. The middle floor has main living room, bathroom and bedroom with the top floor having a 2 further bedrooms and bathroom.
Hand made solid Oak fitted kitchen with Belfast sink.
Natural slate roof tiles.
2 solid fuel stoves.
Detached garage plus a detached work store.
Kitchen, utility and shower room fully tiled.
Lobby/Boot Room - 1.55m x 2.14m
Reception Room 1 - 3.55m x 5.5m
Kitchen/Dining - 4.17m x 4.97m
Oak fitted kitchen, solid fuel stove, belfast sink
Utility Room - 2.39m x 2.98m
Built in Oak units
Washroom - 1.37m x 2.86m
Double shower, toilet, whb
Bedroom/Office - 2.69m x 4.96m
1st floor living room - 4.3m x 5.02m
Solid Fuel Stove
Bathroom/Dressing Room - 3.05m x 3.94m
Master Bedroom - 2.68m x 5.13m
Bedroom 2 Top Floor - 5.17m x 2.7m
Bedroom 3 Top Floor - 4.33m x 5.08m
Bathroom - 3.88m x 3.07m
Bath, wc, whb, tiled