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Colm & Fiona McCeever
The Moorings, Main St., Courtmacsherry, Co Cork
1,727 Sqft - Main Street, Courtmacsherry
• Stunning period style seaside residence & gardens
• Substantial 4-bedroom c. 160 m²/1727 ft² in great condition
• Central position in the beautiful seaside village of Courtmacsherry
• Expansive 90 metre rear garden with south facing patio area
• Spectacular sea views
• Great working from home possibilities with broadband connected
Dating from the mid 1800’s, this truly stunning period home and its expansive grounds is located in the centre of the welcoming seaside village of Courtmacsherry in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Exuding curb appeal this property is a jewel in crown of the beautiful lifeboat village of Courtmacsherry. In superb condition this substantial special 4 bedroom residence, c.1727 Sqft has excellent living accommodation overlooking the water of Courtmacsherry bay.
The property has been extended and renovated in recent years with the highlight being the 90 metre long elevated, tiered gardens. Such a peaceful and tranquil coastal setting whilst nestled in the centre of the village and all its amenities.
The property is located less than 1 hour’s drive from Cork City & International Airport. Courtmacsherry is a well-known as an international sea angling centre and the harbour boasts an ever-increasing traffic of all type of boats from pleasure to yachts and fishing boats. It is on the Wild Atlantic Way and caters for tourists and a thriving local community alike with great pubs and restaurants.
Busy in summer and with a strong local community spirit in the winter and the offseason, the area harbours a very distinct atmosphere which is welcoming to all. There are world class amenity beaches close by including Dunworley, Broad Strand and Blind Strand.
Local amenities include the now famous Seven Heads Walks, various wildlife activities in the estuary and beyond and shore fishing in a variety of areas.
River fishing for salmon, sea trout & brown trout can be availed of in the nearby Argideen River.
Nearby activities include tennis courts, horse riding stables, sailing & dinghy school including wind surfing, power boating and a newly developed club house and facilities for the thriving rowing club. The nearby village of Timoleague is another lovely village which is well serviced with pubs and an award-winning restaurant.
BER No. 114883150
Energy Performance Indicator: 270.58 kWh
Accommodation c.160 m²/1727 ft²
Entrance Hall 9.1 m x 1.2 m
Welcoming entrance hall with stunning Victorian style tiled floor and wall panelling.
Kitchen 2.7 m x 4.6 m
Beautiful fitted kitchen with water views. The modern fitted kitchen has an integrated cooker, hob, extractor, microwave, dishwasher and fridge freezer. Beautiful timber floors, mosaic wall tiles. Via the kitchen you can access the dining area.
Dining Area 2.4 m x 2.9 m
Timber floors and painted panelled ceiling. Central room intercommunicating to the lounge and kitchen.
Lounge/Sunroom 4.5 m x 3.7 m
Beautiful south-facing, light-filled and spacious room with access via large sliding doors to the outdoor patio area. Gorgeous room with timber floors.
Bedroom Four/Reception Room 2.75 m x 5 m
Multi-purpose room, currently used as a double bedroom with ensuite. It could also suit as a reception room, study, office or playroom. Timber floors.
Ensuite/Shower Room 2.9 m x 2.9 m
Bright and spacious ensuite/shower room with shower, WC and wash hand basin. Recently redecorated and beautifully tiled throughout. Jack & Jill style as the room can be accessed as a downstairs guest toilet from hallway. Recessed lighting.
Utility Room 2.3 m x 4 m
Spacious utility room with door to the rear patio area and large garage.
Garage 2.3 m x 3.6 m
Spacious garage with excellent development potential subject to pp. Wooden double doors to the main street.
Stairs to first floor landing
Bedroom One 2.4 m x 3 m
South facing, single bedroom, carpeted with timber panelled ceiling and velux window.
Bedroom Two 2.3 m x 4.5 m
Double bedroom with stunning sea views, timber floor, painted timber panelled ceiling and original fire surround.
Bedroom Three 2.2 m x 4.6 m
Double bedroom with stunning sea views, carpeted with timber panelled ceiling. Door to ensuite.
Ensuite 2.2 m x 3.8 m
Bright and spacious ensuite with shower, WC and wash hand basin. Tiled floor, south facing window and velux.
Upstairs Lounge/Sitting room 4.9m x 4.6m
Spacious sitting room with two picture windows presenting stunning water views. Timber floor, timber shelving and ceiling panelling. Stone faced fireplace with solid fuel stove and black marble hearth. Door to bedroom three.
Bathroom 3.9 m x 3 m
Bright & spacious bathroom with excellent storage. South facing window and velux.
All mains services are connected to the property and include mains water and drainage. Heating is via oil fired central heating. There is also a multi-fuel stove in the main sitting room. UPVC double glazed windows and doors. High speed satellite broadband connected.
Expansive 90 metre long south facing garden which is elevated and tiered. From here there are the most spectacular views. We understand there is a right of way access to the laneway east of the garden. Directly to the rear of the house is a sheltered south facing patio area.
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Martin Kelleher Property Ltd.
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ADDRESS: Faxbridge Roundabout, Clonakilty, Co.Cork, Ireland
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