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IrelandCorkWest CorkGlandoreStone Hall, Glandore, Cork


Stone Hall, Glandore, Cork

8 beds 7 baths 3500ft 2Energy RatingDetached House
Eircode: P81 KW32
#8 of 9 Properties Viewed in Glandore
Charles McCarthy Auctioneers
Charles McCarthy Auctioneers
Tel: 028 21 533
PSRA Licence No. 001176
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Exceptionally well restored waterfront Georgian property overlooking Glandore harbour. Stone Hall unquestionably occupies one of the finest coastal settings in West Cork. Located adjacent to Glandore village, yet commands an unrivalled elevated situation overlooking the harbour with breath-taking southerly views to Adam & Eve islands, the coastline and ocean. Originally built c. 1760, Stone Hall was completely renovated and extended in the early 1990's. This imposing house, along with The Rectory and Seamark, forms a group of three distinct houses sharing similar design traits such as the advanced end bays. Stone Hall appears to be the earliest house of the group, while the others were built by members of the Allen family within its grounds. The grandeur of the house is accentuated by its raised location and prominent position. The residence, having undergone such a comprehensive restoration encompassing major refurbishment to all facets of the building structure, is in excellent condition throughout marrying the charm of a Georgian property with all the convenience of modern living. Great care was taken to enhance and retain its period features. Stone Hall measuring approx. 3,500 sq. ft (325 sqm) offers bright and airy accommodation of generous proportions. Upon entry it is remarkably elegant, behind the large front door there is a beautifully proportioned entrance hall with stone flagged flooring, ceiling cornicing and a wonderfully ornate ceiling rose. The drawing room and dining room both have polished oak timber flooring, attractive marble chimney pieces with built-in gas fires and splendid cornicing and ceiling roses. At the western end, there is a warm and homely family day room with open hearth fireplace with wood burning stove, impressive windows, large sliding door opening to sun terrace and polished timber floor. The kitchen/breakfast room is an elegant and welcoming space with door leading to the walled garden and service hatch connecting to the dining room. At the eastern end, there is a self-contained guest apartment including living room, kitchenette, bedroom and shower room. On the half landing, there is an en-suite guest bedroom while the first floor comprises of the master bedroom suite including an en-suite bathroom and dressing area. There are two more en-suite bedrooms on the same floor and all but one of the bedrooms take advantage of the majestic coastal view. On the second floor, there are three further bedrooms and a separate family bathroom. Approached by a private electronic gated entrance through an immaculate lawned garden, the drive slowly inclines to the front approach with limestone steps leading to the front door and sun terrace. The gardens are a wonderful and particular feature of the property offering stunning views over Glandore harbour including a summer house and a wide variety of temperate climate loving trees and shrubs leading down to the edge of the property. Beyond the public road, there is significant water frontage. Hidden to the rear of the house lies a most enchanting tiered garden with a beautiful curved wall encasing it. This walled garden has a sublime aesthetic value but also retains its original and very valuable function: to raise the temperature of the garden and provide a more protective environment for the plants within. The remainder of the grounds are laid out in woodland. The location itself needs little introduction. Glandore (Harbour of the Oaks) is acclaimed as one of the most scenic villages in Ireland. This much sought-after village is set in a superb position at the head of a spectacular natural wooded harbour and enjoys an easy-going cosmopolitan atmosphere, with residents drawn from around the globe. The village has pubs and restaurants whilst the nearby fishing village of Union Hall, reached across the iron harbour bridge, provides a shop as well as further restaurants and pubs. Glandore has a delightful sheltered harbour with much year-round on the water activity including sailing school, sea angling, whale watching, rowing championships and regattas. Further along The Wild Atlantic Way, Skibbereen market town is circa 11 km away with extensive shopping and banking facilities and includes a popular country market. Cork International Airport is approximately one hour distant. West Cork offers many leisure opportunities and sporting facilities together with a peaceful pace of life. This area provides some of the finest sailing along the entire south coast, whilst golf is catered for at Skibbereen, Clonakilty and Bantry. There is excellent fishing by arrangement on the Rivers Ilen, Argideen and Bandon. Sandy Blue Flag beaches are to be found at Inchydoney, Rosscarbery and Tragumna. Accommodation Entrance & Reception Hall: Stone flagged floor, Ornate ceiling rose & cornice. Drawing Room: 5.0m x 6.3m. A bright and airy room with double aspects. The room has feature picture sash windows affording wonderful views overlooking garden to the sea and inner harbour beyond. Gas fireplace with marble chimney piece, ceiling rose & coving. Polished oak timber floors. Dining Room: 5.0m x 6.8m. Polished oak timber floor, Double aspect room with feature picture sash windows south overlooking gardens to sea beyond. Ceiling rose & coving, marble fireplace with gas fire. Family/Day Room: 9.8m x 4.7m. A superb room of fine proportion with large glazed sliding door opening onto the south facing sun terrace. Polished timber floor, open hearth fireplace with built-in wood burning stove. Guest Cloakroom: Wash hand basin & WC Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 7.7m x 4.5m. Bespoke cream kitchen with an extensive range of wall and floor cabinets, black glass splashback, granite worksurfaces, Miele integrated appliances, double sink, central island with built-in butchers block and two oven electric AGA. Utility Room: 3.4m x 2.2m. Tiled floor, plumbed for washer/dryer and store room off. Access through interconnecting door to guest apartment Hall: 5.3m x 1.6m. Polished timber floor, full length wall inbuilt storage units. Bedroom (5): 5.3m x 4.0m. Triple aspect window taking advantage of the spectacular coastal aspect. Living Room: 4.4m x 5.3m. Polished timber floor, mounted electric fire. French door access to sun terrace. Shower Room: Wash hand basin, WC & Shower Kitchenette: 4.0m x 2.4m. Tiled floor, built-in wall and floor kitchen cabinets, integrated appliances. Half landing Bedroom (4): 3.3m x 4.1m. A bright double aspect room. Picture sash windows overlooking walled garden and courtyard. En-suite Bathroom: Tiled floor, shower, wash hand basin, WC. First Storey; Landing/Upper Hall: 3.0m x 8.5m. Sash window overlooking gardens and harbour, Linen cupboard Master Bedroom (1): 5.0m x 4.7m. Double aspect room with views over the harbour, ceiling rose & coving, French Marble fireplace, dressing area with built-in wardrobes. En-suite Bathroom: Marble tiled floor, wc, bidet, wash hand basin with vanity unit, bath with marble surround & panelled bath. Bedroom (2): 4.9m x 3.8m. Similar to Master Bedroom with spectacular views over the harbour. En-suite Bathroom: Marble tiled floor, wc, bidet, wash hand basin with vanity unit, bath with marble surround & panelled bath. Bedroom (3): 7.7m x 4.3m. Bright spacious triple aspect room with seating area. Two ceiling roses & coving. En-suite Bathroom: Tiled floor, wc, wash hand basin with vanity unit, bath & partially tiled walls. Second Storey; Bedroom (6): 3.9m x 7.0m. Double aspect room with views to the harbour and walled garden. Bedroom (7): 3.9m x 3.7m. View to the harbour. Bedroom (8): 3.9m x 3.7m. View to the harbour. Family Bathroom: Tiled floor, wc, wash hand basin & corner Jacuzzi Bath. Outside: Detached garage with workshop, store rooms Summer house Services: Gas-Fired Central Heating Air to water heat pump Solar thermal collector Mains Water and pressurised water pump Septic Tank Sewerage Disposal Security alarm system Title: Freehold

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BER: D2 BER No.111455978 Energy Performance Indicator:274.27 kWh/m²/yr
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