DescriptionBay House is the quintessential smallholding which consists of a sympathetically restored residence which is nestled in the idyllic heart of West Cork. This charming family home is in a truly remarkable private setting with breath-taking views down on to Bantry Bay and Glenlough and with a backdrop of the Caha Mountain Range.
The property is an approached by an impressive long drive and sits on 1.5 acres of good pasture. To the rear is a very useful hay shed.
Accommodation consists of three bedrooms and bathroom to the first floor and the ground has a very welcoming lounge, reading room, kitchen diner, office which could be used as a fourth bedroom if needed and a ground floor bathroom. Oil Central Heating. Deep Bore Well and Septic Tank and ground floor bathroom.
Bantry town is only 10 minutes away where you will find everything you need, along with its multi-screen cinema, leisure centre, Bantry House and Gardens, and an 18-hole championship golf course Cork’s airport, the city and ferry port are about 50 minutes or so away by car, giving great access to the country and beyond. According to ancient folklore, the first inhabitants of Ireland arrived in Bantry Bay, landing in Donemark on the outskirts of Bantry town. As one of the safest and most spectacular deep-water harbours in Europe, Bantry is steeped in tradition and during the Napoleonic years prospered with the population reaching over 14,000 people. There is a regular bus service to Cork City. Bantry has all modern conveniences with a wide variety of shops, pubs & restaurants as well as banks, schools, churches & a hospital.