A stunning period property on c.2.7 acres which has been tastefully converted to a tranquil and cosy home.
The property dates from c.1800 and retains many period features of that era.
The facade of the property compliments the overall architectural style with its natural cut stone, gothic windows, doors and arches.
Internally many of the original features have been retained, including high ceilings, large exposed wooden beams, original wooden flooring and deep window sills. Overall the property has been beautifully decorated making it a truly unique and charming home.
The property was converted to residential use in 1991.
The accommodation spans c.1400 sq ft, consisting of the following: Ground Floor, open plan kitchen/dining/ living area with high ceilings and a raised seating area. On the ground floor a cosy sitting room sits to the front of the property. There is a shower room with wc and fully fitted utility room.
On the first floor: There are 3 bedrooms one of which is a mezzanine bedroom overlooking the main living area. There is also an upstairs toilet.
The property commands a south westerly aspect. It is set on c.2.7 acres of garden with a mixture of flower beds, exposed rock and a meadow planted with birch trees.
There are many vantage points on the property that command stunning views over Bantry Bay. There is also a private picnic area/viewing point to the side of the property.
The property is located along Ballylickey’s golden mile. It is situated within 100 meters of Snave pier and the shoreline. This is ideal for mooring a boat, kayaking or swimming. The property is within 6 km of Bantry town, and 8km to Glengariff village. Cork City 60 minutes and Airport 1 hour and 10 minutes.