A once-off designed artisan home on 1.3 acres with river frontage, it was built in 2002 at the foot of Cnoc Garbh in the spectacular Coomhola Valley.
Make the move that will change your life into a lifestyle, this is a truly beautiful home in a magical setting, photos cannot possibly capture the special ambience of this exclusive property.
This much loved octagonal home has been so designed as to take full advantage of the daily path of the sun; with an east facing kitchen and a west facing sitting room. There is also a sun room/ dining room, to the south, with full wall windows facing south, east and west, which serve to bring the outside into the house. Outside the sunroom/dining room, and sitting room a large wooden deck follows the contours of the house.
This home is nestled at the back of Coomhola Valley, at the foot of Cnoc Garbh, to the west. The property is bounded on the east by the Glash na Garbh stream, and to the south by the Cooleemane river. At the southern end of the site, approximately 60 metres from the house, sits a polytunnel, approx 10â€™ x 12â€™ x 50â€™. The frame structure of the polytunnel is set in a concrete base.
There is also a landscaped oval wildlife pond in the centre of the main paddock. Planning permission had previously been obtained for a Summerhouse/ Workshop to the northern end of the property. To the northwest stands a wooden weather-proof shed on a concrete plinth measuring 12â€™ x 8â€™ approx.
There is a strong community spirit within the Coomhola and Borlin Valley area and a ten year strategy, with a view to enhancing broadband/ mobile phone coverage, environmental issues, walking trails and other amenities, is currently in the process of implementation.
Glengarriff is 6 miles, Bantry 7 miles and it is approx. an hour an a quarters drive to Cork airport.
Services: Own water supply, septic tank, oil fired central heating and broadband is available.
Aerial Video, virtual tours and floor blans at: http://www.hol.ie/coomhola_details.htm