Sold €265,000 - Residential
Carrigmore, Clogheen is one of the most picturesque and idyllic properties to come to market in the Cahir area in recent times. Built to an exceptionally high standard and finished to a standard higher still, this home offers buyers a unique and highly recommended possibility to purchase their dream country home. Located within 5km of three villages, Clogheen, Burncourt, and Ballyporeen, and less than 18km from both Cahir and Mitchelstown, this home benefits from a wide range of amenities nearby, including dining, recreational, shopping, and educational facilities. The M8 Motorway network can also be accessed from either of these towns, connecting Dublin to Cork.
The home itself presents nobility at a glance, with sandstone walls dividing the property from its road frontage, and upon entry through the front gate, the home itself stands well placed on this full acre plot. This bungalow has clearly had no expense spared in all aspects. Upon entry through the front door, the rustic appeal of this property really becomes apparent. Antique travertine stone tiling covers the floor through the entrance hallway, onto the kitchen and extending towards both ends of the house. All internal doors of the property are made with Solid Oak.
The kitchen benefits from south facing windows flooding the room with natural sunlight throughout the day, and hand painted oak units and a centre island with a suspended light fixture overhead from designed by Gorey Kitchens. Integrated appliances, lighting and and inset stove complete this sleek and modern room.
Leading on from the kitchen through the antique travertine stone tiled corridor, both bedrooms and the main bathroom are finished to an exceptional standard.
Bedroom 1 offers an abundance of light in the morning, and benefits from inset lighting overhead. This double bedroom is completed with wonderful dark oak fitted sliderobe wardrobes.
Bedroom two offers similar features, also benefiting from inset lighting and ample space for a double bed, a lighter shade of timber construction of the fitted sliderobe wardrobes adds to the brightness of this room.
The main bathroom is style and sleekness personified. Tiled floor to ceiling, this room benefits from features such as a corner shower, corner bath, and heated towel racks.
On route to the living room, a wide and bright hallway with ornate tiling is completed with fitted storage units, offering perfect storage which could also serve as a pantry.
The living room benefits from hardwood flooring, and is boosted further still by windows on three walls allowing for a huge flow of natural light to flood the room at all hours of the day aiding the magnificent decorative lighting overhead. The main feature of the room is the stove, finished with a tile surround, and perfect for winters nights, while the floor is laid with solid oak.
Externally, the properties grounds are in need of a small level of maintenance, but this uniqueness of this home is very clear with features such as the remains of a decades old structure, adding a level of historical value not found anywhere else on the market. A shed with a full electrical supply and finished to a high level would make the perfect home office/studio.
Entrance Hallway 5’6″ (1.68m) x 3’7″ (1.09m)
Main Bathroom 8’1″ (2.46m) x 8’7″ (2.62m)
Main Bedroom 12’11” (3.94m) x 12’9″ (3.89m)
Bedroom Two 8’7″ (2.62m) x 11’10” (3.61m)
Corridor 4’11” (1.5m) x 12’3″ (3.73m)
Hallway 8’0″ (2.44m) x 14’8″ (4.47m)
Living Room 15’7″ (4.75m) x 18’7″ (5.66m)
Shed 10’5″ (3.18m) x 16’0″ (4.88m)
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