Charming 2 Bedroom Detached Home in a Peaceful, Picturesque Setting - The Old Kerryway Cottage, Tahilla, Kerry, Ireland

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Tahilla, Kerry, Ireland, Tahilla (Ireland)

2 Bedrooms · 2 Bathrooms · 139Floor area




2 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms



No pool

Not furnished


This detached house located in the small rural village of Tahilla, Kerry, Ireland is an ideal home for those looking for a peaceful country lifestyle. Set on c. 1.6 acres, this two bedroom property boasts stunning mountain and countryside views all-round.

The house itself provides ample space for comfortable living with c. 139 sqm of accommodation split over two floors. On the ground floor, there is an entrance porch leading to a hallway with a separate living room and kitchen cum dining room on either side. The living area opens to a sunroom with French doors leading to the garden, offering plenty of natural light, and commanding views over the garden and mountain beyond. The bright kitchen is fully fitted with wooden units, and there is a utility room just off the kitchen. Also located on this floor is the guest WC.

Upstairs comprises of two spacious bedrooms en-suite with Velux windows proving plenty of light. Both bathrooms, one with a shower over bath and the other with a walk in shower are fitted with quality sanitary ware.

Externally, the property is beautifully landscaped with a well-maintained lawn, mature plants and shrubs, and a paved driveway providing plenty of parking.

The area is known for its stunning beauty and wide range of activities, making it perfect for those who love outdoor pursuits. There are a number of walking trails close by, as well as kayaking, surfing and swimming spots. Parknasilla Resort and Golf Course is also nearby, while the colourful village of Sneem with all its amenities is just a few minutes' drive away. Kenmare has all the modern comforts including excellent restaurants, while Cork and Kerry airports offer transport links within Ireland and to most major European and UK cities.

Tahilla is the ideal place for those seeking a tranquil and undisturbed country home. With its picturesque landscape, convenient location and wide range of activities, this house offers the perfect combination of peace and adventure.


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