When imaginative design and real creativity are combined with the character created by age the result is really a unique home. Situated at the junction of Ballygaddy Road and the Milltown road in the heart of Tuam this house scores in terms of convenience and yet is secluded and private.
A tiled porch leads to a high ceilinged hallway which in turn leads to a sitting room to the right and an open plan kitchen, family room and conservatory to the left. The sitting room has a bay window and an open cast iron fireplace with a tiled inset. The kitchen has painted solid oak units, granite worktop, and an island unit. The family room also has an open fireplace and a large bay window. The sun room is designed to catch the maximum sunlight and is surrounded by a truly charming garden. Throughout the whole ground floor respect for the history of the house is evident. Beamed ceilings, old style brass switches, a Belfast sink and polished pine floor boards have been combined with modern appliances. A good sized utility a downstairs toilet and a workroom offer easy family living.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. All three bedrooms on this floor are carpeted and feature traditional style picture rails while two have built in wardrobes. On the third floor the master bedroom is ensuite, has an inverted v shaped ceiling and a solid oak floor.
This is a house for a discerning buyer looking for a home of character and individuality in a perfect location.
Entrance Porch 1.78 x 1.43.
Hallway 7.31 x 1.80.
Sitting Room 6.62 x 3.47.
Kitchen 5.48 x 3.53.
Sun Room 3.20 x 3.68.
Dining Room 4.25 x 3.37.
Utility Room 2.72 x 2.14.