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Knocknahaw, Moyard, Co. Galway

3 Bed

2 Bath



  • Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
We are delighted to introduce to the market this 3-bedroom cottage located in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The cottage is of a very attractive traditional style with a hipped roof and is located at the end of a long tree lined avenue, off a quiet country lane. Sitting on a large, private site in an idyllic setting, this enchanting property is the epitome of a traditional cottage on the west coast of Ireland. Surrounded by green rolling fields, the sea is also located very nearby. This cottage is extremely charming and tastefully decorated throughout. There is a cosy sitting room, with is a solid fuel stove. To the rear of the house is a large kitchen with a dining area and a bedroom ensuite. Further accommodation comprises of 2 double bedrooms, a bathroom and utility room. There is also a large stone haybarn on site. This property is located in an attractive position in Moyard, which is at the midway point between Clifden town and Letterfrack village. Letterfrack is only a 5-minute drive away with the National Park, bars, restaurants and shops, along with other amenities such as the national school and post office. The beautiful Rosleague Manor 4-star hotel is a short distance away. This property offers a variety of attractive characteristics such as a private site, beautiful setting and great location- close to the sea, beaches, scenic walks and also lively towns and villages. Local Area Moyard is a village in the Ballinakill Parish. It is a very scenic and central location, easily accessible from Clifden town, Letterfrack and Cleggan villages. Clifden, with its wonderful array of hotels, shops, bars and restaurants and the renowned Arts Festival, is only a 10 minute drive away Letterfrack is a 5-minute drive from the property, and is a very busy little village with three pubs, a lovely restaurant, and a very well stocked supermarket. Letterfrack hosts a number of small festivals during the year the most notable being Sea Week in October which is a celebration of all things maritime and includes walks, talks, exhibitions, and some very fine traditional music, and Bog Week in May which celebrates the local flora and fauna and again attracts many fine musicians, lecturers and poets. The furniture college in Letterfrack turns out some fine woodworkers and every year puts on an exhibition of the best work of the graduating class. The village of Tullycross is an easy drive from the house and boasts two pubs and the Maol Rae hotel which serves lunches and dinners. The Connemara National Park is just across the road from Letterfrack and provides a selection of lovely walks from wooded to mountainside, including one to the top of Diamond Hill. Staff at the park run activities for children during the summer months and the information centre gives a good history of the area. Kylemore Abbey and Gardens is also just a 10-minute drive from the house. The Abbey is currently host to students from the famous Notre Dame University, but the spectacular and historic building on the edge of Kylemore Lake is open to the public and the grounds provide lovely lakeside walks. There is an extensive shop and coffee shop catering to tourists. The old walled Victorian gardens, which have been restored and refurbished, display a great variety of plants and trees and bring one back to another era. Other things to do and see in the area: €¢ Many lovely beaches within a 5 to 15 minute drive- Ross Beach, Omey Island, Rossadillisk, The White Strand, Lettergesh, Glassilaun. €¢ Killary Harbour and marvelous Leenane with its bars, restaurants and shops €¢ Little Killary adventure centre €" providing a huge range of outdoor activities for children and adults. It is the site of The Misunderstood Herron-a world famous coffee stop €¢ Scuba dive west €" for experienced divers or beginners they provide courses and trips for every level. €¢ Hill walking in the Twelve Bens and Maumturks €¢ Salmon and trout fishing at various locations with local guides €¢ Horse riding in Tully village Directions: Eircode: H91 NYN1 Services: Electricity: mains Water: local supply Heating: oil fired central heating Sewage: septic tank These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property only and are in no way guaranteed, nor do they form part of any contract. They are issued on the express condition that all negotiations are conducted through Matt OSullivan Ltd. All properties are offered subject to contract and to being unsold.
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Property Features

  • Turn Key Condition
  • Large, Private, Idyllic Site
  • Close to the sea
  • Excellent Location Close To Clifden Town And Letterfrack Village

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BER No: 115380016

Energy Performance Indicator: 514.69 kWh/m2/yr





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Matt O'Sullivan

095 21066/ 21428
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