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€1,250,000

Red Cliff Lodge, Spanish Point, Clare

6 beds 6 baths Energy RatingRefreshed on Jul 1, 2021
Eircode: V95HX22
#2 of 2 Properties Viewed in Spanish Point
Coldwell Banker Estates
Coldwell Banker Estates
Tel: 01 411 0012
PSRA Licence No. 002120
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Description

Red Cliff Lodge is a property of unsurpassed elegance, spectacularly located on top of the cliffs in Spanish Point on the west coast of County Clare, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Originally built in 1840 by the local landlord, Thomas Moroney, the house has been beautifully thatched and lavishly furnished. The opulent Reception Room and Drawing Rooms invite you to relax and view the setting sun by a roaring fire. A cluster of six individual stylish suites are arranged in a courtyard style setting. Unique in their design, these suites offer guests the opportunity to enjoy luxury, privacy and tranquillity in a beautiful setting. This stunning property is set on a generous site with unrivalled views and has the added benefit of full planning permission for a standalone artist retreat/studio to the rear. The property for sale also includes a parcel of land across the road on the beach side thus securing the views against third party development. LOCATION Spanish Point is located on the west coast of county Clare Ireland, and on the Wild Atlantic Way. Spanish Point takes its name from the unfortunate Spanish who died here in 1588, when many ships of the Spanish Armada were wrecked during stormy weather. Due to its natural beauty and stunning beach coupled with the superb outdoor activities it is nowadays home to many holiday homes and visitors. Activities range from Golf, Water Sports, Fishing, and Horse Riding. The internationally renowned Cliffs of Moher and Aillwee caves are nearby. As are the towns and villages of Lahinch, Doolin, Doonbeg and Kilkee. In 2019 visitor numbers were at their highest with the success of the Wild Atlantic Way. With Ireland and much of the International world reopening tourism bodies predict a rapid return due to pent up demand.

Accommodation

Entrance Porch x 3.3 Tiled Floor Reception x 4.0 Tiled Floor, Reception Desk Drawing Room x 11.5 Carpet Floor, Feature Marble Fireplace, Piano Corner, Sea View Restaurant x 5.3 Carpet Floor, Feature Marble Fireplace, Sea View, Coving Kitchen Area x 10.5 Tiled Floor Storage x.3.4 Tiled Floor Apartment 1 x 9.7 Carpet Floor, Kitchenette, En-Suite Apartment 2 x 9.2 Carpet Floor, Kitchenette, En-Suite Apartment 3 x 9.0 Carpet Floor, Kitchenette, En-Suite Apartment 4 x 10.0 Carpet Floor Apartment 5 x 14.3 Carpet Floor Apartment 6 x 13.9 Carpet Floor

Features

Ideal opportunity to acquire a beautifully appointed restaurant with self-catering suites on the door step of the Wild Atlantic Way Stunning location overlooking the Atlantic Ocean within walking distance of beach and golf course Elegant drawing room with feature fireplace and piano corner Spacious 88 sq. metre restaurant with wonderful high vaulted ceiling The property also offers six luxurious individual suites in delightful courtyard setting Full planning permission for a standalone 62 sq. metre art studio

BER Details

BER: C3

Viewing Details

Strictly by appointment with joint selling agents: Nicholas Hughes Coldwell Banker Property Consultants 28 Lower Leeson Street Dublin 2