(Reference number: 190273)
The Cottage Gibberwell is a beautifully restored and extended late nineteenth century cottage.
This has been done to an impressively high standard with four poster beds, en-suite bathrooms, free standing bath, electric power showers, cosy lounge with multifuel burning stove, flat screen T.V, fully equipped kitchen with range cooker.
This property is truly an oasis for a romantic getaway or families looking to share with generously beautiful appointed rooms. This cottage is ideally situated between the villages of Kilmore and Duncormick for leisure activities such as horse riding, fishing, boat trips, walking trails, bird watching, golf and close to many sandy beaches. Pony riding school for children nearby.
Further details indoors
This property exudes cottage elegance. The fully equipped country kitchen with range cooker promotes leisurely breakfasts and the generously appointed dining area for those entertaining evenings or open up the french doors for those sunny afternoons.
Relax in the rocking chair by the original brick fireplace with its multifuel stove burner in the cosy lounge. The utility room is handy for storing fishing rods, beach paraphernalia and walking boots. Downstairs bathroom with electric power shower.
Five bedrooms with attention to detail. Each room graciously combines old world charm with elegant comforts, four poster beds, wrought iron bedsteads, en-suite bathrooms, free standing bath. Rooms with leaded windows, deep window sills opening out to stunning views of the church steeple and surrounding countryside.
Further details outdoors
The cottage sits on over half an acre on a quite country lane, it is accessible by a pedestrian gate under a rambling rose archway or by large private gated driveway which can easily accommodate ample private and secure parking. Ideal as a family holiday base or peaceful retreat. Stylish garden furniture.
The cottage boundaries are made up of mature hedgerow and large overhanging trees giving additional privacy for lazy sunny afternoons spent reading. Th ...