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109 Main Street, Dundrum BT33 0LX

Sale Agreed £179,950

Key Information

Address 109 Main Street, Dundrum
Price Last listed at Asking price £179,950
Style Mid Townhouse
Bedrooms 3
Receptions 3
Bathrooms 1
Heating Oil
EPC Rating E41/E46
Status Sale Agreed


  • A deceptively spacious mid-townhouse built in 1897 providing excellent family or business accommodation over two floors.
  • Many original features throughout including original tiled flooring, high ceilings, some original stained-glass windows, and cornice ceilings.
  • Newly installed plumbing system 2023, property re-wired 1997 along with a new roof installation.
  • Three well-proportioned bedrooms full of warmth and character with original fireplaces.
  • Three reception rooms including a lounge on the first floor overlooking the inner Bay, Mourne Mountains and Ballykinler, two further receptions rooms on the ground floor, all three having their original fireplaces.
  • Kitchen with range of high- and low-level units, understairs pantry area access to rear enclosed yard.
  • Separate bathroom and wc on the first floor.
  • Oil fired central heating, mainly upvc double glazed with some original sash windows.
  • Property requires internal uplift, painting, and carpeting.
  • An outstanding opportunity to acquire a property full of warmth and character in such a prominent location in the village of Dundrum.

Additional Information

Bennett Estate Agents are delighted to offer this unique opportunity to acquire a deceptively spacious property which enjoys a prominent position in the heart of Dundrum Village. Dundrum is a picturesque village situated along County Down’s southeastern coast and in close proximity to various local tourist attractions including the world-famous Royal County Down Golf Course, the ‘Blue Flag’ beach of Tyrella and Murlough National Nature Reserve, operated by the National Trust; Dundrum is a popular weekend retreat. Ideal location for lifestyle living – easy access to all Co Down’s attractions to include beaches, golf courses, Tollymore and Castlewellan Forest Parks, Silent Valley Reservoir, Strangford Lough, Coney Island and many more attractions. In addition to the more strenuous activities, Dundrum also offers shopping and dining in a variety of shops and restaurants.  The award-winning restaurant in Dundrum the Mourne Seafood Bar is across the road.



Solid wood front door, original floor tiling leading to inner hallway.

KITCHEN: 13' 6" x 9' 5" (4.15m x 2.88m)

A good range of high- and low-level units, single stainless-steel drainer, understairs pantry storage, access to rear yard.

RECEPTION 1: 14' 3" x 12' 9" (4.36m x .3.91m)

Original open fireplace. Cornice ceiling, picture rail.

RECEPTION 2: 14' 4" x 11' 5" (4.39m x 3.50m)

Original open fireplace. Cornice ceiling, picture rail.


Original twin-stained glass windows.

BATHROOM: 8' 8" x 5' 1" (2.69m x 1.55m) (Separate WC)

Panelled bath, pedestal sink unit, low flush wc, enclosed storage. Vinyl flooring.

RECEPTION 3: 19' 3" x 16' 2" (5.85m x 4.91m) (at widest points)

Original fireplace, cornice ceiling, picture rail.

MASTER BEDROOM: 12' 9" x 10' 3"(3.91m x 3.15m)

BEDROOM 2: 12' 2" x 11' 4" (3.72m x 3.48m)

BEDROOM 3: 11' 5" x 10' 3" (3.50m x 3.17m)

GARAGE: 17' 7" x 17' 0" (5.38m x 5.17m)

Roller door, lighting.


Property fronts onto the main Dundrum Road, large rear yard accessed by cobbled entrance lane to the left of the front of the building. Shed currently used as a utility, plumber for washing and drying machine.


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