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Gannough Cottage, Cleggan, Co Galway

€575,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 140 sqm approx

Features

  • Double Glazed PVC Windows
  • Oil Fired Central Heating
  • Septic Tank Drainage
  • Mains Water
BER F RatingView floorplans (1)

Description

Charming traditional cottage style residence on approximately 11 acres of lands that span the Aughras peninsula at Gannough. The property benefits from having approx. 450 meters of seashore frontage, including beaches facing both North and South on either side of the small peninsula. The area is scenically stunning, on the Atlantic shore with views to north to Inisbofin, Achill, Croagh Patrick, to the west Friar Island, to the south Slyne Head and inland to the east, the Twelve Pins and Mweelrea Mountains.

The residence comprises an extended and enhanced traditional cottage style home with large bright well proportioned rooms most with dual aspects to take full advantage of the light and views. Entered via porch into large reception room with feature open hearth fireplace, there is one bedroom and bathroom off this room. A study/dining room leads to the master bedroom suite with extensive built in wardrobes, en suite bathroom and the bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and windows facing south, west and north. To the rear of the main structure is the kitchen ‘com breakfast room again taking full advantage of light and views, this room has fitted kitchen units, a Stanley stove, pantry press and built in under window seating. There is a guest wc and wash hand basin off the kitchen area. The house has been extended and upgraded, double glazed PVC windows, oil fired central heating and tiled floor for ease of maintenance.

Externally the residence is accessed off local road over a cattle grid onto a small tree/shrub lined avenue with garden to front, sides and rear. There is off road parking to the rear of the residence for a number of vehicles. Natural stone paved patio off kitchen and back hall which is sheltered by the residence and looks out towards Inishbofin. Immediately behind the residence is one large field in grass that leads directly to small beach and open shoreline, giving occupiers direct access to their private seashore and beach frontage facing West-North. Across local access road there are two small fields and further seashore and pebble beach frontage facing South. There are two outbuildings to the side and rear of the residence for storage.

Cleggan and Claddaghduff are the local villages which boast good pubs and restaurants. Clifden town is approx. 12km and Galway City is approx. 88km.

This is a quality property in a scenically stunning location, with private beach shoreline frontage on 11 acres spanning a small peninsula which makes for a rare and special property offering.

Accommodation:

Entrance Hall tile flooring, cloak press.

Living Room Tiled floor, feature pine surround open heart fireplace, stairs to mezzanine store space.

Bedroom 1 Double bedroom, dual aspect room, tiled flooring.

Bathroom/Utility Tiled floor, fitted storage presses, plumbed for washing machine and dryer, wc, shower, wash hand basin.

Breakfast Room Tiled floor, window overlooking the sea, fireplace.

Dining/Hall Tiled floor, double doors onto patio overlooking the sea.

Bedroom 2 (Master) built in wardrobe, feature raised open fireplace. Triple aspect light filled room, large window overlooking the sea. Vaulted timber ceiling.

En Suite Bathroom Tiled, wc, wash hand basin, bath, shower, bidet.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room Tiled floor, timber fitted kitchen presses, bright room. Built in pantry press, storage presses, Stanley stove.

Back Hall Guest wc with wash hand basin.

Garden:

External Gate entrance with cattle grid onto small shrub lined avenue, lawns to front and side, off road parking to side and rear of residence. Two outbuildings – one used as store for water and one as general store. Land in two parcels, one to rear of house running directly and including shoreline and second parcel across the road running south again to seashore, lands suitable for grazing.

Special Features:

Double Glazed PVC Windows

Oil Fired Central Heating

Septic Tank Drainage

Mains Water

Private Beaches and shoreline on both sides of Peninsula

Directions:

From Clifden take the N59 Westport Road for 2.5 miles and take left towards Claddaghduff, continue through the village. Take the first left and continue towards end of the road. Property on the right hand side.

BER: F

BER Number: 106626021

Energy Performance Indicator: 447.81 (kWh/m2/yr)

Rooms

  • Entrance Hall (Riled flooring, cloak press.)
  • Living Room (Tiled floor, feature pine surround open fireplace, stairs to bedroom/storage.)
  • Bedroom 1 (Dual aspect room, tiled flooring.)
  • Bathroom/Utility (Tiled floor, fitted storage presses, plumbed for washing machine and dryer, wc, shower, wash hand basin.)
  • Breakfast Room (Tiled floor, private window overlooking the sea, fireplace.)
  • Dining/Hall (Tiled floor, double doors onto sea, facing patio.)
  • Bedroom 2 (Master ensuite, built in wardrobe, feature raised open fireplace. Triple aspect light filled room, large window overlooking the sea. Vaulted timber ceiling.)
  • En Suite Bathroom (Tiled, wc, wash hand basin, bath, shower, bidet.)
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room (Tiled floor, timber fitted kitchen presses, bright room. Built in pantry press, storage presses, Stanley stove.)
  • Back Hall (Guest wc with wash hand basin.)
  • External (Gate entrance with cattle grid onto small shrub lined avenue, lawns to front and side, off road parking to side and rear of residence. Two outbuildings are as store for water and one as general store. Land in two parcels, one to rear of house running directly and including shoreline and one across the road running South again to seashore, lands suitable for grazing.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER F
  • Number: 106626021
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 447.81 (kWh/m2/yr)

About the Area

Cleggan is a picturesque fishing village in County Galway, 10 km northwest of Clifden. Traditionally the main source of income in the village has been fishing, but recently tourism has brought prosperity to the area. Fishing continues to be an important industry. The village has four bars, one grocer, a post office, and a sit-down restaurant, as well as a take-away. In addition to trips to the local islands, popular leisure activities for visitors include horseback riding and fishing.