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Ballinluska House, Myrtleville, Crosshaven, Co.Cork

€595,000 - Asking Price Sale Agreed 450 sqm approx

BER exempt

Description

Sherry FitzGerald O’Donovan are proud to present for sale "Ballinluska House", this superb detached period residence and private Boathouse situated on a beautiful coastal site with panoramic views of the Southern Coastline of Ireland. The property offers the prospective buyer a once in generation opportunity to own and develop this historic property. The house itself stands at approx. 5,000 sq. ft. with the boathouse at approx. 1,000 sq. ft. with the entire site spanning approx. 1.25 acres of Atlantic coastline. The property boasts incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean and surrounding coastline.

The main residence of Ballinluska House is a, ‘Detached five-bay two-storey former coast guard station, built c.1890, having two-storey box end-bays to front (south). Single-storey lean-tos to sides (east and west) and rear (north). Gable-fronted bartizan oriels to sides (east and west) on moulded rendered corbels’ (National Inventory of Architectural Heritage).

Ballinluska House

“This elegantly proportioned former coast guard station is a prominent landmark of the Myrtleville townscape. The historic character of the building has been retained through the retention of much of its historic features including fine sash and casement windows, striking red brick chimneystacks and window surrounds as well as a finely proportioned pair of box bays. The bartizans located to the side elevations lend an interesting defensive aspect to the building. The coastguard was armed, thus a potential weapons source for insurgents. The coastguard was established in 1831 as part of the customs service and became part of the Admiralty in 1857. This coastguard station forms one of a number which were built in Cork harbour to monitor the movements of foreign warships, enforce custom and excise, and implement British law in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries”.

National Inventory of Architectural Heritage

BER Information

  • Rating: BER exempt

About the Area

Crosshaven is a village in County Cork, Ireland located in a scenic area with views of Currabinny Wood, and Cork Harbour. Originally a fishing village, the maritime sector is still important. Since the start of the 20th century tourism has became important to the town, which has 5 beaches within a 2 mile radius. Other attractions included Piper's funfair (known as "the merries"), the Cockleshell, which is now an arcade called La Scala. Today Crosshaven is becoming a commuter town for Ringaskiddy and Cork city.

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