This substantial - 2,850 ft2 (265 m2) - property was mainly built in 1852 , extended considerably in the 1960`s and a conservatory was added in 2002 by the current owners. It now offers in the main house - 5 bedrooms , 2 bathrooms plus kitchen, dining room and lounge. In addition there is a self-contained â€˜granny annexe` at the rear of the house which consists of a double bedroom with en-suite, lounge/diner, kitchen, storage area / office and conservatory. This can be accessed independently through the conservatory or via connecting doors from the main house. The property retains much of its original character and charm. It was rewired completely in 2000, including integral smoke alarm system. In addition it was fitted with two independent central heating systems , one for the main house and one for the â€˜granny annexe`. These utilize LPG driven condenser boilers and independently thermostatically controlled radiators in all rooms. Whilst the bulk of the restore / renovation work has been carried out by the current owners, and the property is ready to be moved into, there are some additional works that a future owner may consider ; for example the main kitchen area requires upgrading. Externally, the property includes approx. 0.3 acre of mature garden with herbaceous borders, pond, 20` x 10` polytunnel, 2 sheds and several raised beds. The raised beds and polytunnel have been used until recently to grow organic produce. There are also various mature fruit and nut trees and bushes around the garden.
Situated on the Wild Atlantic Way, in the peaceful village of Pollatomish with its school, post office/general store and two pubs, this property has beautiful views of the Sruwaddacon Bay estuary and sea as well as the surrounding hills and unspoilt landscape.
Hallway (9.3 mÂ²)
Front door leading to the hallway. Utility space and staircase leading to the first floor. Neutral decor and tiled floor.
Dining room (23.4mÂ²
Free-Sat TV point and large window with sea views. Flag-stone floor.
Wood-burning stove ...