DescriptionAn Cuilean is a development of detached bungalow dwelling houses in Carraroe village known locally as The Holiday Village.
Offering spacious accommodation the layout of the house includes an entrance porch, hall, hot press, living room / dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms (1 en-suite) and bathroom. There is a stove in the living room and wood flooring in the living areas and bedrooms and kitchen. The entrance hall and bathrooms have tiled floors.
In very good order throughout the property presents itself as an excellent opportunity to those looking for a starter home or downsizing in the area. Alternatively it would make an excellent base as a holiday home to take advantage of the excellent amenities the area has to offer.
RoomsEntrance Hall - 4' 9" x 4' 1"
Living/ Dining Area - 22' 10" x 11' 6"
Bright & spacious open plan living/ dining area, with red deal flooring throughout, stove, sliding door to the rear garden.
Kitchen - 9' 6" x 9' 9"
Fully fitted kitchen with red deal flooring, plumbed for washing machine and dishwasher, electric oven and gas hob, and extractor fan.
Return Hall -
Tiled flooring with storage heater.
Hot Press -
Bathroom - 8' 9" x 6' 9"
Fully tiled, bath, w.h.b., w.c.,.
Bedroom 1 - 11' x 10' 6"
Positioned to the rear of the home with red deal flooring, with space for built-in wardrobes.
Bedroom 2 - 12' 3" x 12'
Master bedroom positioned to the front of the home with red deal flooring, space for built-in wardrobe with ensuite bathroom.
Fully tiled, with shower, whb & WC.
Bedroom 3 - 11' 9" x 10' 1"
Positioned to the front of the home with red deal flooring, space for built-in wardrobes.
FeaturesConstructed in 1998
In good order throughout
Excellent starter home
Ideal for letting both seasonal and long term
Within easy walking distance off the village
Excellent amenities locally
Bus service to city
Wonderful scenic area
South facing rear aspect with large west facing rear garden
BER DetailsBER: D2 BER No.113619241 Energy Performance Indicator:297.3 kWh/m²/yr
DirectionsIn the village of Carraroe take the right turning in the centre of the village at 'An Cistin' pub and then left at the Garda Station, go past the Hotel and take the next left go past the entrance to Sli na hAiteann and continue in to An Cuilann Estate. No.11 is located on the third cul de sac to the left, and can be located using the Eircode H91 CDC4.
Viewing DetailsStrictly by prior appointment through the sole selling agent DNG Martin O'Connor Tel 091866708
Services & AmenitiesThe primary and secondary schools in Carraroe are some of the largest outside of Galway city. NUIG (National University of Ireland - Galway) also has a branch of it's Irish department here, situated in the heart of the village (Aras Mhairtin Uf Chadhain). Here, courses are run for adults and third level students. There are also two well-established Irish summer colleges in Carraroe catering for up to 1000 students per month from all over the country during the summer months.
Carraroe is also serviced by Shops, Restaurants, Pubs, Hotels, Chemist, Library, Council Offices, Industrial Estate, Credit Union, Post Office, Laundry, Church, Garages, Nursing Home, Medical Centre, 24 hr Ambulance Service and Golf Course (3 miles)
Some of Ireland's most beautiful unspoilt beaches can be found in Carraroe. Most noted would be 'Trá an Dóilin - the CoralStrand, very unique with it's fine coral. This beach is life guarded during the summer months. The fishing port of Rossaveal is just five miles away, the second largest fishing port on the western seaboard. Rossaveal also houses the terminal for ferries to the Aran Islands.
LocationCarraroe is a lovely coastal village and derives its name from An Cheathrú Rua, the red quarter or the russet rocky land. It is a popular holiday area for Irish speakers being in the heart of the Connemara Gaeltacht and also attracts many visitors who come to appreciate the wonderful scenery in the area. Several of the early Christian sites in the vicinity have been associated with the saints of Aran but the area appears to have been inhabited at an even earlier age by prehistoric people.