- Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
- Overall Floor Area: 116 m²
Farmhouse on 10.90 Acres - potential to buy with less land - Sea Views
Detached farmhouse and stone outbuildings offered for sale by Private Treaty overlooking Lahinch/Liscannor with views over Liscannor Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. This is a beautiful property offering privacy to the owners but yet just a 5 minute drive to the Sea, the famous villages of Lahinch, Liscannor and Doolin. Ennistymon; North Clare€TM main market town is approximately 10 minutes by car. The house has been extended and renovated throughout and is in immaculate condition. Viewing is a must to be appreciated and by appointment with sole agents, Vaughan Hannon Auctioneers. BER E1. Price Guide: €370,000
Kitchen/Dining: 4.233m x 3.427m (13.88ft x 11.25ft) €" Flag Floor, fitted kitchen.
Living Room: 4.289m x 3.734m (14ft x 12.25ft) €" Flag floor, solid fuel stove.
Bedroom 1: 4.25m x 3.74m (14ft x 12.25ft)
Bathroom: 3.063m x 1.878m (10ft x 6.16ft)
Utility Room/Boot-room: 6m x 3.132m (19.68ft x 10.27ft)
Bathroom: 2.98m x 2.60m (9.77ft x 8.53ft)
Bedroom 2: 7.151m x 4.198m (23.46ft x 13.77ft)
This is a large room and maybe suitable to sub-divide is required. This is also the bar/music/entertainment room.
Heating: Oil Central Heating and solid fuel stove.
Further Information about the farmhouse and land at Ballyfaudeen Liscannor, Co. Clare:
Located 115 meters above sea level, the Country House offers spectacular and unobstructed views in all directions, including Lahinch, Liscannor Bay, Liscannor, the edge of the Cliffs of Moher and the west of County Clare
The property comprises approximately 11 acre (~ 45000 mÂ²) pastureland
The Country House is located between Doolin and Lahinch in a quiet location, 60 m next to the Lahinch-Doonnagore-Doolin side road with a private driveway from the side road to the Country House
Approximately equal distances (5-6 km) to Lahinch, Liscannor, Ennistymon, Doolin (Harbour to the Aran Islands, Singing Pubs), Cliffs of Moher. Distance to the famous Lahinch Golf Club: 4 km
116 mÂ² living space (without terraces / courtyards), whereby all rooms are at ground level (no stairs!), divided into the Main House, Guest House & Bar and a both houses connecting large room, currently used as a Housekeeping Room
The historic main house was extensively restored in 1996, without altering the original exterior of the building. However thorough insulation was added to the Main House. In 2006, the Guest House was added. North of the buildings, a 300 mÂ² large drivable cement platform was created. In 2019, the large terrace south of the buildings was renewed using original Liscannor flagstones
All buildings are very solidly built, well insulated and easy to maintain. The country house is suitable both as a permanent residence as well as a holiday home.
16 weatherproof (lockable) double-glazed windows and 4 exterior doors with windows provide unobstructed views / access. In 2014 the doors were replaced by ones with better insulation
The buildings are equipped with a 26 KW central heating based on Kerosene oil. The burner system was renewed in 2016. Alternatively, the Living Room and Kitchen in the Main House can be heated on fossil fuels with a 14 KW Wellington Stove. The Guest House owns a fossil fuel stove as well
The country house was exclusively used by the owner since 1996 only for about 8 weeks / year (no rental)
The guesthouse has an individually designed bar made of spruce wood (about 5 mÂ²). It includes a kitchen sink, sideboard, refrigerator, 2-plate ceramic hob, microwave oven (as part of the bar)
Option: All furnishing items (partly imported from Germany) are in good condition and can be taken over on request and for small surcharge..
The buildings include an approximately 18 mÂ² absolutely dry stone shed including all necessary gardening and craft tools
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