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€495,000

Beagh Beg, Caherlistrane, Co. Galway

5 Bed

2 Bath

147 m²

Detached

Description

  • Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
  • Overall Floor Area: 147 m²
EIRCODE: H91 FY6W DESCRIPTION PROPERTY PARTNERS EMMA GILL is pleased to bring this idyllic country home in north County Galway to the market. This property at Beagh Beag is a picture perfect, four/five bedroom detached house of character and class. Set on an exquisite site extending to approx. 1.1 acres and situate in a close-knit rural community of Caherlistrane. Featuring oodles of heritage charm, this virginia creeper cladded home is like something out of a period novel. The accommodation extends to c. 147 m² (1,582 sq.ft.) and consists of four/five bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living/dining room, sitting room, kitchen/diner and a utility room. Constructed c. 1945 this architecturally designed house is filled with light as it enjoys the full benefit of the sun as a result of its orientation. The property also enjoys dual access points together with large landscaped gardens with shrub laden lawns which offer with colour 'galore' At the southern point of the site there is a former commercial premises 'Lock up Shop' which forms part of the subject property. This property has commercial potential (subject to planning permission) as Creche, coffee shop, convenience store or home office. This property enjoys a convenient location just 8km from Headford, 12km from Tuam and 28 km from Galway city. It now awaits a new owner to start the next chapter in its history when it will undoubtedly star as the happy ever after of one lucky investor/homeowner. ACCOMMODATION This two storey country home is both elegant and homely and in the hands of the right investor will easily be transformed into a truly exquisite home of class and distinction. Entrance is via an arched porch into a welcoming hallway bordered by a sitting/dining room on one side and a second living room on the other. Both reception rooms have open fireplaces and afford wonderful views of the property's meticulously maintained gardens. The ground floor also features a large utility room located off the sitting room and adjoining the main kitchen. A bathroom with shower stall and adjoining storage space complete the downstairs accommodation. Upstairs there are four very generously sized bedrooms together with a family bathroom. This property also features roomy outhouses, ripe for conversion - subject to planning permission - for a myriad of uses ranging from a home office to a workshop or studio space or even supplementary accommodation for rental income. DIRECTIONS Caherlistrane is a wonderful rural north Galway community, boasting a rich history. Its most prominent landmark, Cnoc Ma', is the highest hill in the plains of North Galway and South Mayo, and there is evidence of a major pre-Christian settlement in the area. Set on the intersection between two quiet country roads including the L2105, this property is just a few minutes walk from the Church of Mary Immaculate, St Joseph and adjoins Donaghpatrick NS. Local amenities include the well-known Caherlistrane GAA Club while the nearby lakes of Hackett Lough and Lough Corrib make it a popular destination for tourists, water sports enthusiasts and anglers alike. Caherlistrane is just a 34-minute drive north of Galway city. It is close to the Mayo border and connects to Ballinrobe (24 minutes) and Castlebar (48 minutes) via the N84 route VIEWING A period property of this quality is a rare find on the market and therefore this pretty residence is likely to appeal to a wide variety of purchasers. Early viewing is highly recommended. Property Partners Emma Gill strives to be ultra-flexible around property viewings. For further information call 091- 884000 or text Claire on 085 710 2933. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these details and in the provision of any general data and information about this property, but it should be noted that any information, written or verbal, provided by Property Partners Emma Gill or their client is issued for guidance purposes only, is not contractual and does not form part of any legal documentation. Any floor plan provided is for illustrative purposes only and should be used as such by any prospective purchaser or tenant. The accuracy of measurement of doors, windows, rooms and any other items are approximate, and no responsibility is taken for any error, omission or mis-statement.
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Property Features

  • c. 1.8 acre site with beautiful mature gardens and dual access
  • Unique country home with period features including 2.7 metre ceiling height
  • Outbuildings with development potential
  • High speed broadband available

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BER Details

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BER No: 115176380

Energy Performance Indicator: 608.69 kWh/m2/yr

Statistics

09/08/2022

Entered/Renewed

6,939

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