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€575,000
Refreshed on: 14/06/2019

Aisling, Rinneroon, Glann Road, Oughterard, Co Galway

4 beds Bungalow 2 bath 132.5 m 2 Energy Rating


Description

Aisling is a charming detached lakeside residence located at the end of Rinneroon Point on the shore of Lough Corrib and overlooking Rinneroon Bay. The site provides adequate space for relatively easy management of established mature gardens that are well sheltered. Shore frontage of approximately100 meters provides a clear unobstructed view of the lake. A private stone harbor supplies a safe home for boats. Also a separate slipway gives easy access to the lake for launching and extracting boats.

The residence is a detached bungalow style home in an elevated position to take maximum advantage of the gardens and lakeside setting. Aisling has been upgraded and improved by the current owners who have owned the property since 1996. It now provides comfortable accommodation. The main reception room is bright and spacious with windows on the North, East, and South walls forming a stunningly panoramic picturesque view of the lake and many of its islands. All rooms have views of the garden and or the lake.

Imagine if you lived in Aisling House at the very tip of Rinneroon Point. After a very restful energizing night with no interruptions from the usual city noises   you walk to the living room's three expansive walls of windows facing the lake. With this clear view of the lake you can evaluate if it is going to be a good day for fishing to bring home a trout or salmon or just enjoying the dramatic panorama views.

For restful sleep, there are four bedrooms. The main bedroom is en suite. The second bath is a shower room with a wc, shower and bidet. The laundry and oil fired central heating boiler are housed in an attached externally accessed room. A detached single garage is accessed externally.

Rinneroon is a scenic setting formed of only nine dwellings nearly hidden by mature trees and Lough Corrib forming a cul-de-sac. Tranquility and privacy are offered here. Lough Corrib is a major contributor to this peaceful atmosphere.   At 176 sq.km, the lake is the largest in the Republic of Ireland. Historically this lake has been famous for wild game fishing for Brown Trout and ...

Sherry FitzGerald Galway

One Galway Central, Forster Street, Galway

Tel: 091 569 123

PSRA Licence No.  002183

negotiator Tony  Kavanagh
Tony Kavanagh Director

Affordability

Stamp Duty: €5,750.00
Total Amount: €580,750.00


€575,000
€575,000
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