Set in an acre of mature, well fenced gardens the grounds stretch out to a meadow below the property accessed through a pedestrian gate.
Balure House, once the preferred holiday home of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Cosmo Lang has been in the same family since it was built as a Dower House in 1872.
On the ground floor is a grand entrance hall with a drawing room, dining room and library leading off. The newly fitted kitchen is complete with modern appliances, fridge/freezer, large electric range cooker and a door leading out to the main garden and patio area. To the rear of the property is the boot/dog room with underfloor heating a WC and a laundry room with washing machine, dryer and second dishwasher and second fridge freezer.
To the side of the property is the Games Lodge, a Norwegian log cabin originally imported to be used as an art studio and now tastefully re-designed to provide extra social accommodation with a pool table, table tennis, and TV!
Outside the decking provides fantastic vistas to enjoy the famous west coast sunsets and a BBQ area leads into the paddock for summer evening ball games.
The owners of the house also run the family owned Point Sands Holiday Park, guests staying at Balure may use the beach an play park at Point Sands.