DescriptionDerrynacaheragh is a 4 bed-house nestled on 2.32 acres (0.94 ha) with elevated views over the surrounding countryside and mountains.
The original part of the house is an 1800's farm house. Extensions were added to the house in 1996 & 2006. In 2012 the house underwent substantial renovation and insulation works. The house has been tastefully decorated, complementing the old-world charm of the house.
The accommodation consists of a spacious internal area of 2,185 sq. ft (203 sq.mts) and is currently divided between the main house and a guest apartment. Main house GF: Entrance-hall, kitchen, dining room, living room, bedroom, bathroom, pantry. FF Bedroom (en-suite), study. Guest apartment: Living room, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, utility.
The grounds around the house are landscaped with a wide variety of trees, shrubs, plants & flowers. There is a courtyard and patio areas from which you can enjoy the natural beauty of the property and the countryside views. On the eastern section of the lands there is a large stream flowing through an area of native woodland. There are also the remains of a small old stone cottage along with moss covered, stone wall field boundaries. A barn houses some farm animals and opens out to well managed paddock fields.
Within 8.8km of the centre of the heritage town of Kenmare with all it's amenities.
The property provides the opportunity to live in a mature property with a contemporary feel from which you can enjoy the surrounding natural and historic beauty of the Bonane area.
Set on 2.32 acres (0.94 ha). Landscaped grounds with courtyard and patio areas. Eastern section has native woodland dissected by a stream. Remains of a small old stone cottage along with moss covered stone wall, field boundaries. A barn houses some farm animals and opens out onto well managed paddock fields.
The property commands elevated views over the beautiful Sheen River Valley and the surrounding Caha Mountains with the Priest's Leap and the magical Derrynacaheragh Mountain.
HISTORIC BONANE AREA
The Bonane area brings you back in time and is full of history. In the Derrynacaheragh area there are two ring forts and a Megalithic Tomb. Nearby is Bonane Heritage Park. From the property you can see a Standing Stone erected by the inhabitants of Bonane over 2000 years ago nestled between Castle Rock and Barraduff Mountain.
- High quality finish and decoration
- Natural Italian slate flooring
- Vintage internal doors
- House insulation improved in recent years
- Landscaped grounds
- Commanding views of countryside and mountains
Water supply from spring well.
Sewerage by septic tank.
Oil central heating.
4G wireless broadband with Eir.
AccommodationEntrance Hall 3.73m x 2.57m. Doorway leading from courtyard. Two windows with valley views. Lofted timber ceilings with exposed wooden beams. Exposed natural stone walls. Italian natural slate tiled floor. Large open space which acts as entrance to the main part of the house and guest apartment.
Main House (Ground Floor)
Hall / Dining area 3.42m x 5.85m. 3 large windows fill the room with natural sunlight all day long. Views over the surrounding countryside. Natural wood ceiling. Italian natural slate tiled floor. French doors leading to front garden. Open arched passage to living room.
Living Room 4.83m x 4.23m. Views over surrounding countryside. Large old traditional chimney with old oak wooden beam mantle and large stove. Exposed wooden celling with old timber. beams. Italian natural slate tiled floor. TV & telephone. Cottage half door to front garden.
Kitchen 4.10m x 3.35m. Views over courtyard. Fully fitted oak kitchen with walnut worktop. Exposed wooden ceiling. Italian natural slate tiled floor. 5 ring gas hob. Electric oven & microwave. Integrated fridge. All appliances are manufactured by "CDA". Spotlighting.
Pantry 1.27m x 2.60m. Shelving for storage.
Master Bedroom 3.98m x 4.26m. Views over surrounding countryside. Open fireplace with mantel. Spotlighting. Carpet flooring. Vintage wooden door. Open passage to dressing area / bathroom.
Bathroom / Ensuite 5.16m x 3.36m. WC, WHB, walk in shower. Natural slate tiled floors and part of walls. Spotlighting. French doors to back courtyard. Fitted wardrobe.
First Floor 8.67m x 4.26m. Open plan space of 36.93 sq.mts (397 sq. ft) comprising of Bedroom 2 , ensuite and study. Could be reconfigured back to 2 separate rooms.
Bedroom 2 3.45m x 2.80m. 3 windows at floor level. Carpet flooring. Store room (1.80m x 1.40m) has fitted wardrobe with clothes rails and shelving.
Ensuite 2.32m x 1.06m. WC, WHB, Bath with shower connection. Italian natural slate tiled floors and parts of walls. Vintage wooden door. Velux roof window.
Study 3.27m x 4.24m. Spacious area currently used as an office. Slate stone tiled wall with wooden boards. Carpet flooring.
Living Room 2 4.91m x 3.72m. French doors leading to courtyard. Lofted ceiling. Timber flooring.
Bedroom 3 3.22m x 3.73m. French doors leading to side patio area. Lofted ceiling. Timber flooring.
Bedroom 4 / Office 2.73m x 3.08m. 2 large windows overlooking courtyard. Vaulted ceiling. Carpet flooring.
Utility Room 1.88m x 3.25m. Timber work counter with sink. Storage units. Plumbed for washing machine & dryer. Tiled flooring.
Bathroom 3.25m x 1.75m. WC. WHB. Bath with shower connection. Wall mounted hairdryer. Tiled flooring.
Stable Internal area 70 sq.mts (753 sq. fts). Used to house animals and fodder storage. Access out to paddock fields. Lighting, electricity, water. Constructed in 2006.
FeaturesServices: Water supply from spring well. Sewerage by septic tank. Telephone. Oil central heating. 4G wireless broadband with Eir.
BER DetailsBER: C2
BER No: 100778661
Performance Indicator: 199.26
DirectionsEIRECODE V93 W902. Leave Kenmare in the direction of Glengarriff. Continue for 7km . Then turn right (Derrynacheragh directional sign here). Continue for 1.8km. The entrance to the property is to the left through the red gate.
VIEWING BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Viewing InformationStrictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Kenmare on 064 6641213