Cloughmoyle House on approx. eight acres is home to the ruins of Cloughmoyle Castle, which was built in the 1600's by the Mac Guilfoyle family. The present day house is set within it's castellated walls, in an elevated and very private setting on the edge of Shinrone Village.
It is a perfect country retreat in a village setting. A wonderful house with many cosy rooms, some unique, a beautiful enclosed courtyard, three loose boxes, cobbled paths, an original stone Barn with endless potential to convert and all surrounded by eight acres of paddocks and private woodlands.
Accommodation extends to three reception rooms, four/five bedrooms, and two bathrooms. A pine fitted kitchen with Belfast sink, quarry tiled floors, new cobbling, beautiful open fires, wood panelling, and plenty of space all add to the joy of living in such a unique house.
The house has had a considerable amount of renovations carried out over the past number of years and it is ready for immediate occupation. To the front it is approached by limestone steps leading to a small front courtyard with a formal garden. Double gates provide separate access for all cars etc., into the sun drenched rear garden with a large lawn, and surrounded on all sides by stone walls, the original stone Barn and the loose boxes. You pass through a gated stone arch, to access the eight acres, and they have the added advantage of separate road frontage and two access points.
Cloughmoyle House has been a much loved home and is offered for sale in great condition with endless potential for a new owner to enjoy this special property in the coming years.
Entrance Hall 1.99m x 3.89m.
Living Room 3.83m x 4.85m.
Pantry 1.75m x 4m.