DescriptionPicturesque country house in a tranquil setting
Mill Farm House is a stunning period property on the Wild Atlantic Way that epitomizes peace and tranquillity. Set on four acres, the property is bound by the Dealaigh and Caheraderry rivers which flow into the Atlantic and surrounded by established mature trees.
The property is accessed through an attractive stone wall and tree-lined sweeping driveway that leads to the front of the property with ample parking. The house is superbly located just minutes away from the seaside town of Lahinch.
Mill Farm House is a vernacular style property with a stone exterior beneath a hipped slated roof. The light filled accommodation is of generous and elegant proportions, as shown on the accompanying plans. The property has been totally refurbished, insulated, replumbed and rewired to the highest standard with Penryhn slates shipped in from the Welsh valley. The detail and finishes internally are notable with the accommodation being equally suitable for modern family living and entertaining.
The property is entered through the bright kitchen which is centred around a classic oiled-fired Aga and connecting electric Aga. The kitchen gives access to the downstairs bedroom, parlour and garden room. The parlour is an attractive room with a Charnwood wood burning stove with original stone surround. The garden room has wonderful large windows which leaves the room very bright and light filled. It also gives access to the downstairs bathroom and utility room.
The first floor comprises two well proportioned bedrooms and a large study. One bedroom is equipped with a walk-in wardrobe.
The Mill is a fascinating two-story building of historical importance with industrial and food heritage. It was built in 1830, five years before O'Brien's Tower at the Cliffs of Moher. The Mill Race is in situ and includes a range of outbuildings, six in all, together with a two bay haybarn, hay lift, stables and tack room.
The house sits amidst wonderful mature grounds with many fine specimen trees and shrubs including
Ash, Sycamore and Oak. The private tranquil grounds are a haven for wildlife. The intersection of the rivers is home to many fauna including Heron, wild ducks and the rivers themselves are well stocked with a variety of fish including salmon.
Strictly by appointment by Savills Country Agency.
Fixtures & Fittings
All fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale including garden statuary, light fittings, and other removable fittings, although some items may be available by separate negotiation.
Oiled-fired central heating, broadband access, mains water, and private drainage.
Please be advised that the selling agents have not checked the services and any purchaser should satisfy themselves with the availability and adequacy of all services.
Entry & Possession
Entry is by agreement with vacant possession.
Offers may be submitted to the selling agents, Savills, 33 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2.
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Best Offers Date
A date for best offers may be fixed and prospective purchasers are asked to register their interest with the selling agents following inspection. The sellers reserve the right to exchange a Contract for the sale of any part of the subjects of sale ahead of a notified closing date and will not be obliged to accept the highest or any offer.
All offers (regardless of the country of residence of the offering party) must be accompanied by a guarantee or suitable form of reference from a bank, which gives the sellers satisfaction that the purchaser has access to the funds required to complete the purchase at the offered price.
Should there be any discrepancy between these, the General Remarks and Information, Stipulations and the Contract of Sale, the latter shall prevail.
Location & Amenities
County Clare is renowned for its dramatic and changing landscape, from the world-renowned Cliffs of Moher (12 km) to the unique limestone landscape of the Burren (29 km) with its extraordinary flora and fauna as well as ancient monuments.
Mill Farm House is located just 6 km from the vibrant seaside town of Lahinch, which is nestled in a magnificent coastal position at the head of Liscannor Bay. Lahinch offers a number of great restaurants, pubs, cafés, shops and hotels. A more comprehensive range of facilities and services can be found at Ennistymon (3 km), a pretty market town famous for its Victorian shop fronts, courthouse gallery, shops and restaurants.
Home to a 2 km long beach with golden sands, Lahinch is renowned as one of the top holiday resorts in Ireland. This coastal town attracts surfing and canoeing enthusiasts from all over the world and has earned a reputation as a top 'surf centre' with multiple surf schools in the area. Lahinch has a wealth of activities for children and lovers of water sports including, sailing, swimming, kite surfing, diving and fresh water fishing.
The keen golfer is well catered for with superb golf courses nearby including the championship links course at Lahinch (5 km). Lahinch Golf Club is a magnificent links golf course worthy of it's ranking in the World's Top 50 and host to the 2019 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open. Woodstock Golf Club (28 km) Spanish Point Golf Club (20 km) and Trump International Golf Links at Doonbeg (35 km) are also close by.
A variety of local schooling is available in the Ennistymon and Lahinch. A wider range of schooling can be found in nearby Ennis.
- 3-bedroom country house
- Private and tranquil setting
- Approx. 2, 152 sq ft
- About 3.9 acres
- Numerous outbuildings
BER DetailsBER: C2
BER No: 106286677
Viewing InformationStrictly by appointment with Savills Dublin - Country on + 353 (0) 1 663 4350