Price: 250.000 EUROS
This partly slated, partly thatched house was constructed in 1994 and includes many unusual and individual features including the use of some heritage materials within the construction.
The property is very strong in character and atmosphere and has many exposed beams, doors from an old church and numerous touches of design not found in other houses. Part of the building was once used as a craft shop.
The house is comprised of porch with old church doors, entrance hall, kitchen with wooden floor, exposed beams, Belfast sink, dual electric and gas hob, electric oven, feature wooden kitchen unit doors and doors to patio. The sitting room has wooden floor, large German wood-stove and double doors to patio. Utility room with Belfast sink and plumbing for washing machine. Former shop, now games room, semi-circular at one end, wooden floor, wood stove, exposed beams and double doors to patio. Office & downstairs WC.
Four bedrooms all with wooden floors. One bedroom has en-suite bathroom with corner bath, wash-hand basin and WC. Family bathroom with shower, wash hand basin & WC.
Outside is a flag-stone patio, gravelled parking area, lawns and grass-roofed garage.
The property has mains water, mains electricity, electric storage heaters on night meter and wooden double-glazed windows. Telephone, broadband Internet and alarm system.
Situated on the edge of a cluster of houses in the village of Mountshannon with all local amenities, such as the National School, village pub, restaurants and the picturesque Mountshannon Harbour are within easy walking distance.
Located 6 km from Scarriff, 28 km from Portumna, 50 km from Shannon airport and 92 km to Galway city.
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