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Site 8 '4 Bed Detached', Mill Road, Annalong, BT34 4RH

Sold Guide Price £155,000

4 Bedroom Detached Chalet

Part of the Mill Road Development


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Key Information

PriceGuide Price £155,000
StatusSold

Features

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 1 reception room
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 1550 sq. feet

Description

Eco 4 bed

Modern 4 bed detached timber frame homes designed and built to an exacting standing and will provide bright and spacious accommodation while being eco friendly in both construction and running. The high thermal performance is indicated by the EPC rating of B87, this is sure to be a very affordable home to run.
Set on the outskirts of the coastal Village of Annalong they provide convenient access to the Mournes while enjoying the amenity of both Newcastle and Kilkeel with a 10minute drive. With just two available early viewing is highly recommended.


Specification

  • PC sum: £8,000.
  • Oak Doors with painted trim.
  • Granite window cills.
  • Gardens top soiled, tarmac drive way with flagged patio.
  • UPVC double glazed windows.
  • Oil fired central heating.
  • High Specification Sound insulation, these will be a quiet home to live in.

Benefits of Timber Frame
The thermal insulation in a timber frame home is contained inside the inner leaf so no heat is lost in the block work, resulting in a damp-free, cosy and energy-efficient house, benefits which can be enjoyed for decades. In addition, sound insulation is comparable to a traditional house.

Approximately 40% heat savings. The superior insulation in a timber frame house translates into approximately 40% heat savings, meaning lower energy bills and improved comfort. This remarkable energy efficiency also means that houses stay warmer for longer once they have been heated.

Timber frame manufacture is an environmentally-friendly, sustainable process creating none of the carbon footprint of other build options. All timber used by Kilbroney Timber Frame in the manufacture of our houses is sourced from managed forests in Scandinavia. While trees grow they absorb carbon dioxide (C02) and produce oxygen, and the carbon is stored with the wood. Converting the trees into building materials takes less energy and generates significantly less volumes of greenhouse gases than the common alternative building materials such as steel and concrete.

 

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