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19th April 2017

Homes For Sale in County Clare

By Sherry FitzGerald.



The west of Ireland has many gems, not least of which is Co Clare, famed for its rugged natural beauty and craggy charm. With a landscape peppered with traditional cottages and a spectacular coastline it’s easy to see the attraction for the many visitors to the area, drawn not only by the scenery but also by the deep rooted tradition in music and dance.

A visit to any of the small pretty villages dotted around will soon uncover a pub playing host to a trad session, check out Kilfenora, Lisdoonvarna, Ballyvaughan and in particular Doolin, where the music and the craic goes on throughout the seasons. Away from the music there’s the stunning scenery, the Cliffs of Moher are a huge attraction, set dramatically against the coastline they have featured in many a magazine because of their beauty. Set this against a visit to The Burren, a wild expansive area of stone formations thought to date back to the Stone Age.

There’s plenty to do and see, the AliweeCaves, one of the oldest caves in Ireland opened to visitors back in 1976 where you get a chance to view stalactites, stalagmites and an underground waterfall. For evening entertainment BunrattyCastle is a great place to bring guests for a bit of medieval fun complete with banquet! So if you’re looking for a full-time home or a weekend bolt-hole, we’ve got a great selection of Clare properties on our books for you to look at. Here’s a taste of what’s currently on offer:-

Lough Garr House, Dromore, Ruan, Co. Clare  €875,000

Lough Garr House is a haven of tranquillity with the beauty of Dromore Woods and Lake on your doorstep. Set on 16ha (40 acres) of which 2ha (5acres) is lake, it is surrounded by mature trees in an extremely private setting, with avenue to the main house.. The house was built in 2001 and is an ideal family home due to its spaciousness and light-filled rooms.

The two storey residence with an attic conversion is laid out very well to accommodate family living. Downstairs is the drawing room, open plan kitchen and breakfast room/ sun room and dining room, bedroom one with en suite and study. The first floor comprises of four bedrooms which are all en suite.

The rear of the house has a patio which looks onto the lake and surrounding countryside, while the front of the house is in lawn. The farm buildings are located away from the house with separate road access and comprise a slatted house, handling areas and utility sheds, the buildings cover 300 sq. m. The paddocks are fenced and supplied with water.This property could lend itself very well to a small farm or a family with horses.

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25 Tullyglass Hill, Shannon, Co Clare  €350,000

A very attractive 5 bed, 3 reception, architect designed home in this popular part of Shannon. This spacious home offers generous accommodation on a lovely site that is convenient to all amenities and schools.

The unique design maximises the elevated site and generates lovely light within the house. The garage could easily be converted into additional living space if required and the property enjoys lovely gardens and a lovely sunny patio area. The house is in excellent condition throughout and it would make an ideal family home.

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Ichtus, Sixmilebridge, Co. Clare   €350,000

A very impressive 4 bedroom, detached home on a lovely quiet site just minutes' walk from Sixmilebridge. This high tech home comes with a separate detached office/granny flat and a superb garden. The house has solar panels, an Intelligent three oven Aga cooker, zoned central heating and many other modern features.

The internal layout and extensions were designed by an architect to maximise the light and the lovely views of the garden. The house is finished to a very high standard throughout. The office/granny flat would be ideal for many different uses and it could also be used as a games room/gym. This property would be ideal for a family looking for a high quality modern home that has easy access to amenities and the school.

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Lenife, Urlanmore, Newmarket on Fergus, Co Clare - Asking Price €380,000

A very impressive five bedroom detached home on a lovely half acre site that offers easy access to Shannon, Limerick and Ennis. This quality home that was constructed in 2004 has well laid out accommodation and a detached garage that has heating, is plastered, a wc and could easily be converted to a granny flat/home office.

The house has many attractive features including a whirlpool bath, pumped showers, a solid pine kitchen, a laundry chute and many more. It has a lovely garden that is ideal for children/pets and it has a sunny west facing sun room.

This would make an ideal family home with easy access to Shannon and the M18.

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Fernhill, Doolin, Co Clare - Asking Price €320,000

This fine 4 bedroom family home is situated on 3.5 acres of land is ideally located within 2.5 miles from Doolin village.The property is deceivingly spacious and has been finished to a very high standard throughout. Accommodation comprises a kitchen, utility room, sitting room, a wet room, living and dining area, a loft room, bathroom and 4 bedrooms (2 en suite).

Externally, the gardens are mature with striking features such as a large fish pond, rockery and patio area, an enclosed external seating area and elevated decking area with fabulous countryside and sea views.

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Abbey View House, Bellharbour, Ballyvaughan, Co Clare, €320,000

Abbey View is a stunning old world home set in the heart of the Burren. The house has two reception rooms and 3 double bedrooms with the potential to convert the store room into a fourth single bedroom. It has been carefully modernised to retain a charm that complements its beautiful location. The house is nestled in a valley near Turlough Hill just 1.5km from BellHarbour and the sea. It is set on a secluded site hidden from the main road and accessed via a private road. The house is surrounded by lush green fields and has the backdrop of Burren limestone hills.

The house is a deceptively spacious traditional stone built cottage that has been extended into the first floor. The accommodation on the ground floor includes an entrance hall, a modern kitchen (with a solid fuel stove where the old hearth fire would have been situated), a double bedroom, a bathroom and a stunning large open plan triple aspect living/dining room with another solid fuel stove.

Upstairs is a generous first floor landing with a living space and large south facing Velux window. The first floor is completed by two generous double bedrooms at each gable end, a store room (with the potential for conversion into a single bedroom) and a bright bathroom with views to the rear. There is a walled garden area to the rear of the property and some outbuildings. There is additional garden space to the side and front of the house.

Abbey View
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