DescriptionIt gives us immense pride to list this stunning property, located in Tullymore, Renvyle, Connemara. This architecturally designed home is orientated to maximise on the most incredible sea and mountain views. Sitting on an elevated site, this three-bedroom house looks down and out onto the Atlantic Ocean, Mwelrea Mountain, and many islands and inlets. The house is flooded with natural light, partly down to a central atrium roof light that runs through the spine of the house, but also due to the large picture windows and glazing throughout. The property enjoys a bright and welcoming kitchen which leads into the dining area and off this is a beautifully decorated and tasteful sitting room. In addition to the three rooms, there is the large master ensuite and family bathroom.
Upstairs there are two mezzanines which also enjoy the spectacular views. Attached to the house and just off the kitchen there is an outdoor utility room. No expense has been spared in the construction of this house and the quality of which is evident throughout. There is current full planning permission to extend the house, adding a further two bedrooms, garage, boot room, bathroom and games room/ gym, studio should the buyer choose to do so.
Tully village is only a short stroll from here and the most wonderful beaches are on your doorstep.
Waste: Septic tank
This stunning property is located on the beautiful Renvyle Peninsula, a scenic haven along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Tully village is a short stroll from the property which has a shop, doctor’s surgery and riding stables. Tullycross Village is a 5-minute walk from here, which boasts bars, a hotel and restaurants and is renowned for its Mussel Festival which takes place in May every year. The acclaimed Renvyle House Hotel with award winning restaurant is a short distance from Tullymore. There are many stunning white, sandy beachy close by including White Strand and Glassilaun. Scuba Dive West is a 10 minute drive from the property for anyone interested in scuba diving.
Letterfrack is a 5-minute drive away (5km) , and a very busy little village with three pubs, a lovely restaurant, and a very well stocked supermarket. Letterfrack hosts a number of small festivals during the year – the most notable being Sea Week in October which is a celebration of all things maritime and includes walks, talks, exhibitions, and some very fine traditional music, and Bog Week in May which celebrates the local flora and fauna and again attracts many fine musicians, lecturers and poets. The furniture college in Letterfrack turns out some fine woodworkers and every year puts on an exhibition of the best work of the graduating class.
The Connemara National Park is just across the road from Letterfrack and provides a selection of lovely walks from wooded to mountainside, including one to the top of Diamond Hill. Staff at the park run activities for children during the summer months and the information centre gives a good history of the area.
Kylemore Abbey and Gardens is also just a 10-minute drive from the house. The Abbey is currently host to students from the famous Notre Dame University, but the spectacular and historic building on the edge of Kylemore Lake is open to the public and the grounds provide lovely lakeside walks. There is an extensive shop and coffee shop catering to tourists. The old walled Victorian gardens, which have been restored and refurbished, display a great variety of plants and trees and bring one back to another era.
Other things to do and see in the area:
Rosleague Manor Hotel for superb food in Moyard (20 minute drive).
Killary Harbour and marvelous Leenane with its bars, restaurants and shops is 20 minutes away
Little Killary adventure centre – (20 minutes drive) – providing a huge range
of outdoor activities for children and adults. It is the site of The Misunderstood Herron-a world famous coffee stop
Hill walking in the Twelve Bens and Maumturks
Salmon and trout fishing at various locations with local guides
Perfect cycling country
Clifden, with it’s wonderful array of hotels, shops, bars and restaurants and the renowned Arts Festival, is only a 20 minute drive away
The picturesque town of Westport is 40 minutes drive away.
Distance from cottage to Galway City: 84.8 km approx 1 hour 34-minute drive
Distance from cottage to Clifden: 20 km approx 26-minute drive
Distance from cottage to Knock Airport: 106 km approx 1 hour 52-minute drive
Distance from cottage to Dublin: 291.8 km approx 4 hour 33-minute drive
BER DetailsBER: D2 BER No.104702071 Energy Performance Indicator:298.96 kWh/m²/yr
DirectionsFrom Tully village, travel towards Renvyle and the subject property will be shortly after on your right-hand side, across the road from the Coast Guard Station.
Eircode: H91 R20D