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The Barn, Clogheenduane, Ballinhassig, Co Cork, T12 RP8H

€450,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 163 sqm approx

Description

‘The Barn’ is a charming three/four bedroom country home lovingly restored to an exceptionally high standard by its current owners.

The original structure was built as a cottage in the late 1800’s and over the years was extended and converted to a barn to house animals . In the 1950’s an upper story was added and this was used to facilitate a local butter cottage industry.

In 2007, the building was stripped back to the bare walls and a costly and loving restoration project began. A timber framed shell interior was built inside the outer stone walls. All external and internal wall and ceiling cavities were insulated with Rockwool insulation making it an exceptionally warm and energy efficient house which is reflected in the BER report. In fact, the addition of Solar panels would make this an A rated property.

The house is roofed using Spanish natural slate which will last a lifetime. The slate window sills throughout are exceptionally deep reflecting the depth of the walls and the heat efficiency of the property.

The interesting intricate vaulted ceilings throughout the upstairs rooms capture the ‘barn’ atmosphere maintaining an authentic rural ambience.

Located only 10 minutes drive from Bishopstown and 2km off the R607 (road from Halfway to Kinsale ), ‘The Barn’ enjoys easy access to Cork city, the south ring road network, all Cork hospitals, schools and third level educational institutions. The local primary school is a five minute drive from the property and is adjacent to the local church. Ireland’s gourmet capital, Kinsale, is also on its doorstep and the area offers an exceptional range of local and social amenities.

A stunning home internally, ‘The Barn’ is equally impressive outside, a private landscaped garden and a fully fenced, well maintained, landscaped c2 acre grass paddock beyond. There is also a stable in place for the horse lover in the family.

This is a truly beautiful home for anyone looking for the perfect combination of modernity and olde world charm.

Garden:

Accessed through a long tarmac surfaced lane lined with landscaped shrubs and native trees, this home has a truly beautiful private rear garden with lawn and patio area and ample parking to the side. At the end of the garden is a gate into a second smaller garden area where there is a stable shed and access to the paddock beyond. For those with a love of animals this is an ideal home. The perfectly maintained lush grass paddock is wonderfully landscaped with a mixture of c 150 mature native trees along the border. There is a well maintained stream running the length of the border of the field.

Rooms

  • Entrance Hall (7.51m x 1.18m Has an impressively tiled floor and deep slated window sills, this is a wonderfully bright and welcoming entrance to the home. There is generous storage under the stairs. There are two beautiful stained internal glass windows giving a sense of space, character and light throughout the inside of the property.)
  • Living Room (4.56m x 4.52m An interesting shaped spacious room, with a rich coloured wooden floor and a feature stone fireplace surround, this is a wonderfully cosy and bright reception room. Antique leaded glass display cabinet.)
  • Kitchen/Dining Room (5.80m x 3.56m Running the depth of the home, the solid wood kitchen comprises of hand crafted fitted units and eye level units with an integrated oven and hob and a Belfast sink with a black granite worktop. There is a tiled floor and French doors to the rear garden.)
  • Family Room/Bed 4 (4.26m x 3.48m A bright dual aspect reception room, with a solid wood floor, this room has also been utilised as a ground floor en-suite serviced bedroom on occasion.)
  • Utility Room/Wet room (3.51m x 1.45m Located off the family room, this sizable fully tiled room is currently used as both a utility room and Wet room. A new electric power shower was only added in June 2017.)
  • Guest WC (1.85m x 1.43m Comprising a two piece suite, storage unit, access to flat screen utilities , this room is fully tiled.)
  • Landing (9.19m x 1.00m The landing is very bright with views over the rear garden.)
  • Main Bedroom (4.18m x 3.51m This is a large bright dual aspect double bedroom with vaulted ceiling and slate window cills.)
  • En-Suite (2.19m x 1.57m Comprising a three piece suite with a thermostatic pressurised shower, this room has a tiled floor and the walls are fully tiled around the shower with velux window.)
  • Bedroom 2 (4.27m x 3.09m This double bedroom is to the front of the home and has direct access to the spa style two roomed Jack & Jill bathroom. It has a tiled floor.)
  • Jack & Jill Bathroom (4.27m x 2.36m Comprising of a two room area for added privacy. There a high quality three piece claw legged bath suite in situ . The floor is tiled as are the walls to dado level. There is also access to eaves storage in this room.)
  • Bedroom 3 (4.27m x 3.59m This is a bright dual aspect double bedroom with vaulted ceiling and a timber floor. This bedroom is also en-suite serviced.)
  • En-Suite 3 (2.20m x 1.63m Comprising a three piece shower suite with an electric shower. this room has a tiled floor and the walls are tiled around the shower.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER B2
  • Number: 100576040
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 124.63 kWh/m2/yr

About the Area

Ballinhassig is a village situated 10.6 km south of Cork City just off the N71 Bandon road and not far from the source of the River Owenabue. Within a few kilometres of Cork airport, the area could not be better in terms of location. Traditionally an agricultural area, Ballinhassig has seen economic growth due to commuting, being within easy reach of Cork City and the many multinational chemical and industrial facilities located in the surrounding areas. 

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