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Mill House, Gearagh, Rossmore, Clonakilty, Co. Cork

3 Bed

3 Bath

154 m²



  • Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
  • Overall Floor Area: 154 m²
Mill House is a 19th century period residence that was built in conjunction with a corn mill development adjacent to the Argideen River that flows nearby and exits to the sea at Timoleague. The residence is a traditional stone built and slated structure that is renovated into a home full of both character and comfort. The house is set within a semi enclosed courtyard and benefits from a private 0.75 acre approx., garden oasis that has a south and west aspect adding to the charm of this unique property. The many features of the property include original stone facade, inglenook fireplace, oak flooring and staircase, bespoke kitchen, A-rated double glazed windows and oil fired central heating. The property has successfully maintained the traditional feel of the mill owners house whilst meeting the needs of a modern home. The ground floor accommodation includes living room, kitchen/dining room, sitting room / bedroom 4 and wc. The first floor includes 3 bedrooms with master ensuite, family bathroom and store. The outside buildings include a recently re-roofed barn, adjacent workshop/potting shed and the ruins of Gearagh Corn and Tuck Mill that are ripe for a project. The mills are believed to date to the early 19th century. There is ample off-road parking in the gravelled driveway. The sunny south west facing garden is laid out in a patio style, surrounded by a lawn that is interspersed and bordered with mature native and specimen trees and shrubs. The Mill House is located adjoining a quiet West Cork road and is close to Gearagh Bridge with adjacent park built by the active local community where the beauty of the Argideen River can be taken in. The village of Rossmore, Kilmeen National School and Drinagh Co-op shop are nearby while the town of Clonakilty is less than a 15 minute drive (approx. 6 miles). The property is located to take advantage of all that West Cork offers as a permanent place of residence or as a holiday destination. A viewing is recommended for this period home that is rich in heritage, comfort and character.
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BER No: 115042939

Energy Performance Indicator: 359.99 kWh/m2/yr





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