Nestled in the South Connemara Gaeltacht at An Cloch Mor, Baile Na hAbhainn this traditional stone cottage has been sensitively renovated to retain a lovely warm feel when visiting. Once the home of former health minister Dr Noel Browne, credited with the radical reform of the Irish health system, the current owner has transformed the 80m sq of living space to create a perfect bolthole just 34km from Galway City on a 1.5acre site . Its proximity to the Wild Atlantic Ocean, Rossaveal harbour and the headquarters of TG4 make this a home that should appeal to a broad spectrum of potential buyers either as a holiday or permanent home.
Entrance Hall - 2.16m x 1.8m
Porch with tiled floor.
Living Area - 5.3m x 5m
Open plan with a feature traditional Hearth and overmantle. The original crane is still in place and a solid fuel Stanley range is in place. Tiled floors.
Waxed natural pine units with a lovely fitted Belfast sink are complimented by mosaic tiling at eye level and a range of modern appliances.
Bedroom 1 - 5.1m x 3.1m
Ground floor bedroom with a mezzanine level accessed by a ladder stair. Varnished pine floor and ceilings.
Loft Area - 9.2m x 3.95m
The first floor loft has been laid out as two bedrooms each with velux windows, varnished floors and built in wardrobe space.
Bathroom - 1.8m x 2m
White bathroom suite . Partially tiled.
Cut stone shed
The property has a cut stone shed in the garden area.
Fully renovated with new roof, and interior.
Close to the Sea, lo ...