- Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
- Overall Floor Area: 225 m²
Modern waterfront home in turnkey condition
Built in 2016, high quality finish.
C. 2.96 ha (7.32acres) of land laid out in gardens and woodland.
Garage and carport.
Patio and terraces to enjoy the breath-taking views
Adjacent to Bunnow beach and a public slipway
Located on the Ring of Kerry
Underfloor heating, high quality glazed windows, air purifying health box system throughout, Solar Panelling powering hot water.
Exceptional BER B2 rating achieved by incorporating modern build systems
This truly South facing waterside property, positioned directly on the shoreline, is located just off the Ring of Kerry / Wild Atlantic Way . The residence enjoys spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and is surrounded by tropical vegetation, providing a colourful backdrop to the blissful haven.
Built in 2016, Bunnow House has a contemporary finish designed to blend into the shorefront. The house is on two levels and laid out to take advantage of the southerly views.
The main living areas are on the first floor, with three double bedrooms and further accommodation on the ground floor. Extending to 224.6 sq.m (2,417 sq.ft) of living space, Bunnow House offers modern design and services with direct access to the beach and sea. The finish throughout is meticulous, offering luxury villa living by the sea.
Floor to ceiling double glazing makes the most of the spectacular views. Underfloor heating warms the polished concrete floors and solar panels heat water throughout the house. The bespoke design kitchen at entrance level is characteristically contemporary with top grade domestic utilities, including a Miele built in coffee machine. An open plan dining area leads into a large living room which opens out onto the sun terrace enjoying uninterrupted views of the ocean and surrounding landscape. The evening room provides a peaceful space away from the dining and living areas.
Every area of the house offers privacy. The three double bedrooms on the ground level are accessed down the main stairs in the hallway. Two bedrooms benefit from ensuite bathrooms, including the master suite. There is a third communal bathroom downstairs and a large utility room.
A heavenly location on the Ring of Kerry (and the famous Wild Atlantic Way ). The nearby village of Sneem has two small supermarkets, butchers, shops, pubs, restaurants/hotels and a pharmacy. The luxury Parknasilla Hotel is only 15km from the property which enjoys tremendous walking facilities, golf, spa and restaurants. The Kerry Way also runs through this part of the country and has exceptional walking trails.
The Ring of Kerry is one of the most mystical and unspoilt areas of Ireland. Dramatic panoramas, majestic mountain shapes and ancient sites are found along the winding route of the N70 through the southern tip of Kerry, known as the Ring of Kerry. The 179km route is much travelled and renowned for its spectacular beauty and is a natural centre for outdoor pursuits that include golf, watersports, cycling, walking, running, riding, and the very best fishing in freshwater rivers for salmon and trout and at sea, for bass, ray, pollack, conger eel, cod, flounder, wrasse, mullet, mackerel and tuna. Some of the finest beaches in Europe are along The Ring of Kerry. The Ring of Kerry forms part of The Wild Atlantic Way stretching from Donegal to Kerry along the beautiful coastline.
The town of Kenmare is approximately a 40 minutes drive and is a haven of tranquility, gourmet food and breath-taking scenery in one of the most natural, unspoilt environments in Europe. Cradled in the heart of Kenmare Bay, the picturesque town of Kenmare links the internationally famous Ring of Kerry with the rugged Ring of Beara.
The picturesque village of Sneem is approximately 15-minute drive (10 Km).
The blue flag beaches at Caherdaniel/Castlecove is 15- 20 minute drive (10-16km)
11 km / 15 minutes to Sneem
37 km / 40 minutes to Kenmare
57 km / 75 minutes to Killarney
81 km / 1 hour 35 minutes to Kerry Airport
192 km / 3 hours 10 minutes to Shannon International Airport
133 km / approximately 2 hours to Cork City and International airport
(All times and distances are approximate.)
GARDENS & GROUNDS
Through the entrance, the avenue leads you to Bunnow House. A carport guides you in between the main house and the garage. Throughout the extensive grounds of some 2.96 ha (7.32acres) there are walks and paths to idyllic viewing points, with well positioned seating areas offering different vistas that the grounds enjoy. While taking in the views, you can also enjoy nature with otters and seals appearing along with numerous sea birds. A stream and waterfall encompass the northern and western boundary of Bunnow House
Swimming can be availed of at the beach below. With a private boathouse on the estate, on-water activities can be enjoyed. The mooring at the property provides anchorage for boats, along with direct launching from the slipway at Bunnow beach below.
The grounds are glorious with native shrubs, along with other exotic plants which run down to the rock formations at the water s edge.
GARAGE/CARPORT. The 30 sq.m (approx.) garage is connected to the residence by the carport. Electronic door.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICES Mains electricity, private well water, underfloor heating, hot water supply powered by solar panels, air purifying system.
SALE METHOD Private Treaty.
FIXTURES & FITTINGS All carpets, curtains and blinds, any integrated items and light fittings are included
in the sale.
TENURE & POSSESSION The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession being given at the closing of sale.
VIEWING Strictly By Private Appointment
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