Just off the A29 on the main route between Enniskillen and Portrush, with beautiful mountain views of Sleive Gallion in The Sperrins, is Cranny School House. Built by the Drapers company 1820 (early 19th century), it is situated in the town land of Cranny on the scenic route to Draperstown. It is well within travelling distance of attractions for both young and old alike, with two such settings being Rueben's Glen and Iniscarn Forest (both situated on the same road as the property). It is an ideal getaway for anyone interested in admiring the outdoors in a tranquil setting, however for the more adventurous there is The Jungle (an award-winning outdoor entertainment facility) only a five minute drive on the A29 towards Moneymore.
As well as nature-settings the area also boasts a wide range of National Trust properties such as; Springhill House, Wellbrook Beetling Mill and The Argory. Leisure Complexes; the closest being Magherafelt (which houses a fifty metre swimming pool), and is siutated just under an hour's drive to either Londonderry and Belfast with buses leaving regularly from Magherafelt (fifteen minute drive from property). Just eight miles away is Cookstown, which hosts an excellent Saturday street market, and for anyone interested in the Arts there is also a Cinema and Theatre (The Burnavon).
With regards to the property itself, Cranny School House provides a welcome retreat to anyone wishing to leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life. It is surrounded by lush Irish countryside that would not look out of place on the back of a postcard. That said, the property does provide modern day amenities. Key-pad electricity is in place and the property offers both oil-fired or solid fuel central heating. It is a spacious setting with gardens both to the front, rear and side of the property.