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Kintala

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446 Drumrane Road, Dungiven, Londonderry, Co Londonderry, BT47 4PH
Kintala

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Renovated 4 bedroom house set in the beautiful Roe Valley. Fully approved fire alarm, smoke detection system throughout .Spacious, airy lounge/ dining room with stunning view of river from floor to ceiling window. Glass fronted wood burning stove [firewood provided] . French doors opening onto the terrace / BBQ area.A Sonos entertainment system is installed which is linked to a smart TV for a full cinematic experience.

Cosy lounge / study overlooking the river and garden. Open fire and a exstensive selection of books, games and classic novels.
Spacious bright hallway.
Shower room /WC
Kitchen: Fully equipped kitchen with 3 oven range, dishwasher and Nespresso coffee machine.
Utility room / Cloakroom
Fully equipped with washing machine, dryer and ironing facility.


1 X Double bedroom with ensuite bathroom and river view from the bed.
2 x Double bedrooms with vanity unit and garden /river view
1 x twin bedroom with vanity unit and tranquil garden view
All bedrooms have spacious storage.
All bedrooms have blackout blinds.
Bedding is Egyptian cotton 200 TC, Towels provided
Main Bathroom : Large bath, rain shower and WC

Spacious south facing terrace to the front of the house with uninterrupted garden and river views.
Extensive seating, dining table and BBQ facility.
Kintala is set in 4 acres of secluded, mature garden and woodland on the banks of the River Roe and Owenbeg.
Fishing is available onsite with the appropriate licence which is available from
2 Kayaks are available on request

PLEASE NOTE : The garden is completely open to the river and is unfenced. Children would require supervision at all times for their own safety.

Fishing is available from the garden at Kintala as the River Roe and Owenbeg River are the garden boundry. Stendhal Festival 10th and 11th August 2018.
Danny Boy Jazz and Blues Festival June 2018 Game of Throne fans can see "The 5th Door of Thrones" in Frank Owen's Bar on Main Street Limavady while they enjoy a creamy pint. [ Frank Owen's Bar on Facebook]
Endless forest and mountain walking opportunites close by.

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