Ballydoole House is an exceptional period style property that is likely to attract local and national interest on the market. This fine home is set on 20 acres of land and approached via long driveway set beyond the property`s gated entrance. The grounds stretch uninterrupted to the front and from its elevated perch there is a captivating external space to the rear with breath taking panoramic views of the Shannon River, Bunratty Castle and the distant countryside of County Clare. This elegant home boasts beautifully proportioned accommodation with picture frame views from each room. The reception rooms are perfectly suited to entertaining guests with impeccably appointed space and flooded with light throughout. A house of sheer space yet perfectly designed to embrace a sense of warmth and comfort.
Set on 20 acres of land with a gated entrance and sweeping driveway to the property which is centred on the grounds. A large patio to the rear of the house opens out onto the majestic views of the Shannon Estuary. The land to the rear has 1000 maturing oak trees. Detached stables.
Entrance Hall: 5.03m (16'6") x 4.04m (13'3"), Imposing hall with gallery style entrance. The hall leads to an arch with double doors to the dining room. Access also to the living room. Solid timber flooring. Guest w.c.(fully tiled with w.c. and wash hand basin). Access to the Living room. Closet/Cloakroom (2.2m x 1.5m).
Dining Room: 5.07m (16'8") x 7.03m (23'1"), Impressive reception room with attractive feature marble fireplace. Domed windows and french doors overlooking the amazing site and balcony. Ceiling panneling and centre ceiling rose. Solid oak flooring. Access to kitchen.