2002 built, interesting, spacious, (227mÂ²) four bed house on circa 10 acres including substantial lake frontage onto Doolough. Approx 7 acres are planted with mixed deciduous and evergreen trees some 15 years old. Situated off of a quiet rural road with only local traffic, this property is tucked away in a secluded part of the county. It is within easy reach of the coast at Doonbeg, Quilty and Spanish Point, yet is less than half an hour from Ennis. From the house there are large views over the lake. Doolough has numerous trout. A great place for birds and other wildlife.
The house has a high internal standard of finish. Sale included large hay barn workshop. Southerly aspect.
If you wish to view the land, do bring boots! This plot is now very overgrown in parts.
PROPERTY COMPRISES (All dimensions in metres and are approximate)
Porch: 1.86 x 1.51
Entrance Hall: 3.64 x 3.39 Ornate tiled floor
Kitchen/Diner/living: 15.44 x 3.92 In three sections. Dining area has lake view. Kitchen has fully fitted pine kitchen with island, double Belfast sink, gas hob, electric oven. Living area has feature stone fireplace with solid fuel stove. Underfloor heating.
Sitting Room: 4.38 x 5.13 Stone fireplace
Utility Room: 3.88 x 4.00 Belfast sink. Plumbed for washing machine.
Bathroom 1: 1.69 x 1.76 Fully tiled. Shower, W.C. Whb
Bedroom 1: 5.16 x 3.31
Bedroom 2: 4.37 x 5.26 Inc. en suite
Bedroom 3: 3.04 x 2.72
Bedroom 4: 3.51 x 5.16
Bathroom 2: 2.37 x 3.07 Bath, Power shower, W.C. Whb
-Water from private well
-Biocycle septic tank
-Zoned heating system
-Double glazed wood effect windows with K glass
-7acres planted with a mixture of Alder, Ash, Sycamore, Larch, Spruce, oak and beech
-In an area where planning permission is severely restricted.
-Healthy wildlife area with many bird species
-2 bay hay barn with closed sides. Now a workshop with power and water supplied