A beautifully restored four bedroom traditional farmhouse with origins dating back to 1763.
Set in an elevated coastal location, the property has a panoramic outlook that is arguably one of the best to be found to the Islands west coast enjoying amazing and far reaching sea and coastal views over the Irish Sea which include the distant coastlines of Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Both internally and externally, this magnificent home has been sympathetically restored to exacting standards. To the older parts of the building, the original period features have been carefully restored and are beautifully balanced by an eclectic mix of modern appointment, particular features of which include an outstanding kitchen and bright living rooms.
The farmhouse sits in a comfortable and manageable acreage amounting to around 11.5 acres accompanied by a range of useful and desirable detached outbuildings which include a high vaulted studio with mezzanine, a separate garden house with boiler, gardeners sink and WC, and a garage with a sizeable adjoining workshop believed to contain elements from a re-positioned scout hut from Knockaloe.
The Farmhouse is accessed to the front by a private shared driveway and the immediate rear comprises a series of gently descending enclosed and paved patios.
The land is dog proof and has recently renewed stock fencing.
The accommodation offers; welcoming reception hall with cloakroom (WC) off, four reception rooms, stunning vaulted dining kitchen, walk in pantry and utility room. On the first floor there are four generously proportioned bedrooms, one of which is complemented by an en-suite and there is a family bathroom. There is also access to a large attic with excellent potential to be converted in to additional accommodation subject to relevant regulations.
Inclusions All fitted floor coverings, curtains and light fittings.
- Oil fired Rayburn
- Counter height fridge
Rates Payable Gross £825.20 (2019/2020)
Services Oil fired central heating. uPVC double glazing.