Spacious 5 Bed Detached House in Carrick On Shannon

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6 Caldragh Crescent, Attirory, Carrick On Shannon, Ireland, Carrick (Ireland)

5 Bedrooms · 3 Bathrooms · 190Floor area


Country home


5 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms



No pool

Not furnished


Nestled in Attirory, Carrick On Shannon, Ireland, at 6 Caldragh Crescent, this captivating five-bedroom country home presents an exciting opportunity not to be missed. It offers ample space, prominent features, and is located in a revered, family-friendly neighborhood in the heart of Carrick.

Dominated by a vast and scenic landscape, Carrick On Shannon offers a rich variety of recreational and leisure amenities including golfing, boating and rowing, all against the backdrop of the stunning Shannon River. The city's vibrant cultural scene offers a range of art galleries, theaters and music festivals, offering a balance between rural tranquility and active lifestyle.

Being the smallest county town in Ireland, Carrick On Shannon enjoys a temperate maritime climate, where winters are milder and summers are cooler than the inland. With average maximum temperatures hovering around 20 degrees Celsius in the peak summer months and rarely dropping below zero in winter, the weather is neither too harsh nor too hot, making it an attractive destination all year round.

The spaciousness of this residence is immediately apparent upon entering. The welcoming outer foyer leads you to the expansive central hall that bridges the gap between formal and intimate spaces within the home. The kitchen-dining area comes equipped with fitted kitchen units offering plenty of storage space while overlooking the serene enclosed rear garden. It is adjoined by a large utility area, facilitating all your laundry needs.

Property features:

- Five bedrooms, each with solid wood floors
- Two of the bedrooms boast large sections of built-in wardrobes
- The central bedroom with an arched top window can double as an ideal home office
- Three fully tiled bathrooms including a master ensuite bathroom
- Front sitting room and living area both featuring an open fireplace
- Large enclosed rear garden for recreation and outdoor living
- Ample off-street parking for two cars
- Fibre Optic Broadband availability
- Convenient proximity to the N4 highway

Local area amenities:

- Easy access to shopping, schools, and childcare facilities
- Convenient bus and train services
- Close proximity to a variety of sports facilities
- Leisure amenities including golf courses and boating activities

The house comes with a garden shed in the spacious rear garden, ideal for storage or potential conversion into additional recreational space. The garden lends itself to budding gardeners and those who crave lush greenery steps away from their living spaces.

Each of the five bedrooms enjoys solid wood floors, lending a rustic charm to the modern lay-out. Two of the bedrooms are equipped with large sections of built-in wardrobes to address all your storage needs.

An added appeal of this property is that it offers ample off-street parking for two cars and the rear garden is fully enclosed, ensuring both safety and privacy.

The well-respected Caldra Crescent Estate comprises just 12 impressive detached residences, all overlooking a central green area offering a scenic view and a sense of community among the residents.

This country home, with its abundance of space, well-designed interiors and outdoor areas, makes for an ideal dwelling for both young and growing families. It's not just a house, but a lifestyle waiting to be embraced. Relish the opportunity to transcend everyday living into an experience filled with comfort, convenience, and a strong sense of community at 6 Caldragh Crescent, Attirory, Carrick On Shannon, Ireland.


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Located in the peaceful and accessible countryside of Ireland is an attractive 3 bedroom bungalow, ready for new owners. This charming property offers remarkable potential for those with an artistic eye. The house is located in Carrickspringan, a pleasant area on the outskirts of Moynalty village, that provides the perfect fusion of tranquillity and accessibility. The bungalow sits on approximately three acres of green, lush land. Imagine the splendour of having your personal garden to explore, express your green thumb or create a playground for the children. Initially built over a century ago, it carries a historical charm and has experienced thoughtful extensions over time, all perfectly aligned to cater to contemporary needs. The living area is welcoming and inviting, featuring carpet flooring and a solid fuel stove. Providing a warm and cosy atmosphere during Ireland's chilly evenings. The kitchen is spacious and practical, fitted out with suitable amenities and a delightful window view to the beautiful outdoors. Further, the property offers utility areas. The primary bathroom and guest toilet are well-positioned within the space and possess tiled flooring for easy maintenance. There are three well-sized bedrooms, two of which provide fitted wardrobes, and a range of flooring options give each room its personality. Amenities include: - Well water supply - Septic tank - Oil fired central heating (OFCH) Property highlights: - Three well-proportioned bedrooms - Utility areas - Extensive land area - Historical charm with modern extensions Living in Moynalty, Kells you get the best of both worlds. It is a quaint, picturesque village where life moves at a relaxed pace. You'll enjoy being part of such a close-knit community. Yet, you are only a short drive away from Kells town and the M3 motorway, meaning amenities such as shops, eateries, parks, and other services are all conveniently available. Furthermore, this location is ideal for those seeking a peaceful lifestyle while maintaining the benefit of straightforward commute options. The local climate tends to be of a mild nature, with enough rainfall to keep the surrounding countryside green and flourishing throughout the year. Winters can be colder but are usually not excessively harsh. You will genuinely experience the beauty of all four seasons. Living in an Irish countryside house not only provides superior comfort and serenity, but it also situates you amongst history and culture. This property maintains a balance between its historical roots and modern life, making it the ideal purchase for those who appreciate rich history, culture and potential for personalisation. At 290,000 euros, this is an attractive proposition. Whether you're an overseas buyer looking to live, invest, or are considering a beautiful holiday home, this house offers fantastic potential. It is a good condition, meaning you won't need to worry about major repair work, yet there remains ample room for adding your unique touch. To fully appreciate all this home has to offer, we strongly recommend arranging a viewing. It stands proudly, ready for its next transition, and radiates potential for becoming your dream Irish countryside home.

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Introducing a charming and delightful three-bedroom bungalow situated uniquely in Febog, Rockfield Road, Kells, Ireland. This home, nestled amongst verdant landscapes, provides a quaint yet convenient dwelling. The property commands a generous space of about 72.49 sqm that's also an interesting opportunity for those looking to seamlessly merge the tranquillity of country living with the conveniences offered by the proximity to Kells town. The property parlays an acre of picturesque exclusivity accentuated by warm natural light flooding through every corner of the house. It is located a short drive (~3km) from the heart of Kells town making it an ideally-connected home. This property is within easy reach of the significant M3, making for smooth road connections to the rest of the country. Living in Balrathboyne, you will enjoy the beauty of the Irish countryside, easy access to city life, and the incredible atmosphere of the local GAA football pitches at Grangegodden. The mild climate, dominated by fresh oceanic air, adds an additional dose of pleasure to living in this part of Ireland. The bungalow's charmingly classic exterior gives way to a warm and welcoming interior. The abode incorporates three comfortably sized bedrooms, each donned with fitted wardrobes. The ample space in the living room is additionally warmed by a solid fuel stove and fitted shelving units. The sitting room, arrayed with an open fireplace, solid oak flooring, and a classic stacked stone fireplace invoking a sense of cosiness and nostalgia. The bungalow is equipped with 1 fully tiled bathroom coupled with luxury essentials, such as an electric shower, wash-hand basin, and WC. The heart of any home, the kitchen, is kitted out with a fully integrated oven, hob and extractor fan. List of amenities: - Three bedrooms - Sitting room with an open fireplace - Living room with a solid fuel stove - Fitted kitchen, - Parking space - Children's playhouse - Storage shed. - Outside fenced-off field - Patio area Property features: - Well-fitted wardrobes - Spacious rooms - Solid oak flooring and fitted shelving units - Rear porch - Store room Embrace the spirit of do-it-yourself with this original and solid condition bungalow. Although the property is in good condition, there's plenty of potential for the savvy investor or first home buyer to turn this property into their dream home. Living in this bungalow presents an opportunity to appreciate the beautiful country vistas, manicured grounds teeming with lush greenery and spots ideal for a relaxing afternoon or al fresco dining. Plus, as it is set on a large site, you can enjoy outdoor activities with your kids in your own backyard. Experience the calming ambience of countryside living while enjoying easy access to city conveniences. This bungalow is a delightful paradox of tranquillity and comfort. So, come live amidst the serene rurality of Kells, enjoy a captivating lifestyle, and make this charming bungalow your next home.

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Located in the prestigious location of Corcullen, Bushypark, this impressive 5 bedroom detached house offers a whole host of features that make it an exceptional property. Moycullen, located in Galway, Ireland, is the perfect setting for the prospective homeowner who values both tranquility and convenience. Built in 2000 and extending to a generous 370.77 sq.m (approx. 3,991 sq.ft.), this house Nests on a splendid landscaped site bordered with sturdy granite stone walls. Double gates greet you at the entrance, leading you to a tarmacadam driveway that provides ample parking all around the house. The impressive residence boasts a large annex attached to the rear and an integrated garage. Appealing double doors lead you to the double-height entrance hall complete with central staircase and large gallery landing. To the left of the hall is the main sitting room, beautifully laid with solid wood flooring and equipped with an open fireplace. Opposite the hall, a family room heated with an oil-fired stove treats occupants to delightful views of the front garden. From the snug room, you can easily move to the bright and expansive kitchen/dining area. The kitchen is fitted with an excellent selection of units and comes complete with integrated appliances and a helpful island unit. The dining area extends to the front for an airy feel, with tiled flooring throughout. A large, well-placed utility room is found at the rear of the kitchen that could be fitted with storage units as needed. The annex is a standout feature of this house, offering an incredible amount of space that can comfortably be converted to a separate family unit. On the first floor, a capacious landing overlooks the hall below. The master bedroom enjoys a full shower room complete with bath, power shower, w.h.b, & w.c., tiled flooring, and walls. A large walk-in wardrobe compliments this room. Across from the master bedroom are two double en-suite bedrooms fitted with built-in wardrobes. A striking feature is the games room, affording much potential for a gym, a study, a hobby room, or just a place to unwind and have fun. The property enjoys an enviable location between Bushypark and Moycullen. Bushypark is home to Bushypark National School, the Glenlo Abbey & Golf course, and Bushypark Church while Moycullen village is also only a few minutes drive. Moycullen, the nearby village, offers a variety of amenities. Local shops and commercial premises cover the needs of residents, from everyday essentials to more specific needs. The scenery around Moycullen is spectacular, making it a desirable location for a more relaxed way of life while benefitting from its close proximity to Galway City. The village is great for dining, with a variety of restaurants catering to different tastes. Additionally, it hosts a traditional farmers market every Friday. Community facilities are well provided for Moycullen, catering to both educational and recreational needs. Apart from a Church and an excellent primary school, there are also a post office, pharmacies, and a community office. The GAA (Gaelic Athletic Association) sports pitch is located to the east of the village, offering a great venue for local sporting events. Moycullen also enjoys several active community groups, making it a vibrant place to live. Property Features: - Splendid 5 bedroom home - Four en-suite bedrooms - Annex with potential for conversion into a second family unit - Home office with a separate entrance - Driveway and integrated garage - Landscaped gardens - Prime location, approximately 6.3 km from Galway University and University Hospital Living in Moycullen, you'll be known personally at local shops and cafes, becoming a part of the community in no time. The climate in Moycullen tends towards mild, with few extremes of temperature. Rainfall is distributed throughout the year, but the soggy days only enhance the verdant beauty of the landscape. This spacious and well-maintained home is an excellent purchase for potential buyers looking for comfort and convenience, with a great community on your doorstep and Galway city a short drive away. Moreover, it's the ideal way to jump into your next upgrade project that would cater to your specific preference or designs you've always dreamed about while preserving the charm and character this house offers in abundance.

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Introducing a charming, detached, three-bedroom, house nestled in the heart of Holycross, Thurles, Co. Tipperary, Ireland. This delightful thatched cottage situated at 1 Holycross Cottages, Holycross, Thurles, is an attractive accommodation opportunity featuring a perfect blend of Irish charm and contemporary comfort. Constructed in the early 1970s, this enchanting property blends traditional aesthetics with modern convenience. The property has remained in impressive condition over the years and has recently undergone redecoration, ensuring seamless and comfortable living for new owners. A snapshot of the comfortable accommodation on offer begins with a welcoming entrance porch, leading up to a spacious double-height sitting/dining room, powered by a homely solid-fuel stove. Additionally, the property accommodates a well-utilised kitchen, complete with all mod cons, a bathroom and two light-filled bedrooms on the ground floor. One will find a spacious third bedroom on the upper floor, alongside a large landing area with a hot press. Property features: - Oil-based central heating system - Double-glazed sash windows throughout - Garden with a southward sunny exposure - Driveway and parking facilities - Mains services connected With a South-facing backyard and front lawns complimented by a private driveway and a parking area, this property proves an excellent host for outdoor activities and secure parking. The property clasps a commanding location in historic Holycross, set amongst a small estate of ten thatched cottages. Embrace awe-inspiring, elevated views overlooking the River Suir and the Holycross Abbey, a renowned landmark. But living in this property isn't just about the house. It's about the location. Gaile, Ireland, is famous for its lush countryside, sleepy villages, and friendly communities. Infused with rich history and culture, it offers plenty of ways to stay entertained. The property is conveniently located close to the towns of Thurles and Cashel, making it the ideal spot for those who enjoy a serene setting while staying well connected to the urban hustle. Not to mention, it's conveniently located near major transport links such as the M8 Dublin/Cork Motorway via Horse & Jockey, which make commutes to work or travels as straightforward as possible. Living in Ireland, you'll enjoy a temperate maritime climate, with mild winters and cool summers. The scenery changes majestically with the seasons, offering different yet equally beautiful landscapes to admire throughout the year. Of course, this home comes with some bonuses - a modest annual management charge maintains the estate in impeccable condition, and each resident becomes part owner of a two-acre field adjoining the property, offering potential room for expansion with due consent and permissions. So if you're looking for a new home - whether you're a first-time buyer, a retiree or simply seeking new investments, this thatched cottage presents a rare opportunity to join a welcoming community and live in a home with undeniable charm and great potential. This distinguished property aligns all stars for overseas buyers searching for the perfect mix of Irish countryside setting, historical charm, and modern living.

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Introducing a charming four-bedroom detached home for sale, nestled in the serene townland of Graigue. This property, better known as The Old School House, enjoys a truly picturesque location on the verdant border of Kilkenny and Tipperary in Ireland. The area surrounding this unique country home is steeped in rich history and resplendent natural beauty, offering you an incomparable living experience. Graigue is conveniently a mere five-minute drive away from the bushy town of Urlingford, which is well-equipped with essential amenities including, but not limited to a well-stocked Centra convenience supermarket, a range of elegant restaurants, warm cafés, bustling public houses, friendly Credit Union, and vibrant Urlingford National School. The house itself is a premium country retreat set on approximately 1.33 Acres/0.54 Hectares of lush mature gardens with an additional adjoining paddock, an ideal space for adventurous children or pets. The home was conscientiously re-built in 1996 to an impressively high specification, seamlessly integrating simple, clean lines with timeless architecture that complements the tranquil countryside setting. Property Features: - Entrance hall - Sitting room - Family room or home office - Kitchen/dining room - Pantry - Utility room/boot room - Shower room/guest WC - Landing area - Four generously sized double bedrooms (two with en-suite bathrooms, and a master bedroom with a dressing room) - Main bathroom The masterly-designed property, spanning over two distinct levels and extending up to 2,669 Sq. Ft., has been diligently maintained and upgraded, offering you the comfort of moving in without any hassle or renovation. Adding to the appeal is the sophisticated and beautifully landscaped front garden, insulated by high beach hedges for complete privacy. As you step inside through the curved entrance wrapped with decorative wrought-iron gates, a smooth tarmacadam driveway beckons you, flanked by neatly-manicured lawns brimming with mature trees and herbaceous plants. With ample parking for several cars and spectacular rear gardens perfect for children's play or patio dining, The Old School House offers easy living amidst nature. Moreover, a detached garage, fully insulated with heating, electricity, and toilet facilities, offers additional space for a boiler house, fuel shed, and even an outdoor gym. Graigue enjoys a pleasant, mild climate, with abundant rain to keep the lush landscapes verdantly vibrant, and warm summers where you can savour the sun. Winters are generally cool and overcast, but the cosy warmth of this family home makes every season enjoyable. Living in Ireland, particularly in a house such as The Old School House, provides a unique amalgamation of peace, comfort, and natural beauty. Here, the tranquillity of the countryside meets the convenience of town living, with all your everyday necessities within easy reach. Moreover, the presence of practical transport links accentuates the property's appeal to international buyers. The M8 motorway is a short 3.5km away, connecting you to Kilkenny City in a swift 35-minute drive and Thurles town in 12 minutes. Furthermore, efficient daily bus services cater to various locations, including Thurles, Kilkenny, and Portlaoise. For those looking to travel further afield, Cork Airport is just 1 hour and 15 minutes by car, and Dublin Airport is a smooth 1 hour and 30 minutes journey, keeping you well-connected. In conclusion, this property is a privilege to present and a joy to live in. The Old School House offers you not just a house, but a home filled with warmth, comfort, tranquillity, and the unparalleled beauty of Irish countryside living. We look forward to welcoming you to picture this life for yourself and discover why this charming property could become your dream home. Love where you live, treasure where you stay, and thrive where you spend your days. Your Irish home of dreams awaits you! The grandeur of this country retreat is the fine price of €550,000.

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Introducing a beautiful bungalow nestled in the peaceful landscape of Tawnybeg, County Galway, where the charm of country living, with all its peace and serenity, meets the convenience of proximity to a vibrant village. This good condition south westerly facing two-bedroom detached bungalow is set on a mature half-acre site. A unique perk of this property is its sizeable floored attic, opening doors for further potential expansion, only limited by your creativity and vision. Built in 2005, it is clear that the current owner has invested a great deal of time and love in maintaining the property. This home is enveloped by natural beauty, with panoramic scenic countryside views. This tranquil setting offers a retreat from the fast-paced city life, a perfect backdrop to a slow and peaceful lifestyle, but without losing the comfort of amenities. Despite its rural charm, the property is a mere 6.2 kilometers from Moycullen Village, a dynamic town filled with local amenities, schools, and services. This beautiful convergence of rural and urban means you can enjoy the best of both worlds - tranquility during your days and the convenience of the village close by. This beautiful bungalow offers inviting living spaces, starting with the bright entrance hall that leads to a spacious living room, the perfect setting to unwind and relax at the end of the day. The heart of this charming house is the open-plan kitchen/dining room, a warm and welcoming place to create and enjoy meals. This communal space extends outdoors through sliding doors to a paved patio – a perfect outdoor setting for al fresco dining or a warm tea on a sunny day. The bungalow features an organized utility space adjacent to the kitchen, providing convenient access to the rear garden. The living accommodation completes with two light-filled bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite, a well sized main bathroom, equipped with a bath and a high-quality electric shower. The outdoor space is no less charming with the front of the bungalow featuring a stone chipping driveway encircling the house, allowing for plentiful parking. The front garden is part laid lawn with characteristic rural vegetation. The private rear garden is beautifully south west facing, consisting of a paved patio area, part laid lawn with a mix of privacy, and unmatched scenic countryside views, creating a beautiful environment. Living in a bungalow has its unique perks, with all main living areas on one floor, it provides easy access and an intimate living experience which harmonizes with the peaceful setting. All the rooms are well ventilated and receive natural light in abundance, creating a well-lit and airy space that feels homely in all seasons. The region's climate is typically Irish, mild, and temperate, with rainfall spread evenly across the year - a characteristic that ensures the panoramic landscape stays lush and green most of the time. Indeed, the bungalow truly captures the essence of tranquility that Tawnybeg offers, making it a coveted paradise for overseas buyers in search of an retreat or a homely base. The sheer potential of this property as a value-add makes it an excellent investment. An opportunity like this one won't stay available for long. We highly recommend arranging a viewing to truly appreciate the possibilities this property offers. Features: • Detached Bungalow • Size: 110sqm • 2 bedrooms (master en-suite) • Large floored attic • South-westerly orientation • Large private garden Amenities: • 6.2km from Moycullen Village • Local shops and restaurants • Well-regarded schools • Ample outdoor activities in the surrounding area

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Introducing a charming two-bedroom apartment situated in the vibrant town of Kildare, Ireland. Nestled in the modern Priory Court development, this ground-floor property revolves around a beautifully maintained large green area. Featuring approximately 740 square feet (69 square metres) of living space, this apartment manages to balance convenience with spaciousness beautifully. The apartment is currently in good condition, fitted with attractive laminate flooring throughout. Upon entering the apartment, you are welcomed into a lengthy 6.40m x 1.15m hallway. Leading on from there are two bedrooms. Bedroom 2 is a decent space of 3.20m x 2.86m, whereas Bedroom 1 is slightly more expansive at 3.45m x 3.05m and comes equipped with its own built-in wardrobe. The apartment boasts two bathroom facilities. The main bathroom is fitted with a crucial set of w.c., w.h.b., and a comfortable bath with a convenient attachment. The ensuite to the master bedroom comes equipped with a w.c., w.h.b., and a shower, lending privacy and convenience to its residents. The heart of the apartment lies within the combined Kitchen/Dining/Living area, a space of 6.75m x 4.25m. It's characterized by laminate and tiled flooring, a French door leading to a balcony, and is plumbed with ground and eye-level presses for considerate storage. It’s equipped with an electric oven, an electric hob, a stainless steel sink unit, and tiled surrounds. As for amenities, the apartment is connected to mains water, mains drainage, and electricity. Add to that the provision of gas-fired central heating - making it cozy during the colder months - and an alarm for ensuring security. Kildare itself is a picturesque county town, boasting an impressive variety of pubs and restaurants within walking distance from the property. Everyday convenience is assured with Tesco, Lidl, and Aldi stores in the vicinity. Additionally, Kildare Retail Outlet Village offers designer shopping options at discounted prices, making retail therapy an absolute pleasure. For those commuting further afield, the town has terrific bus and train services from the Square, linking directly to the city centre (Heuston Station or Grand Canal Dock) and major motorways at Junction 13. The local climate serves a blend of mild and rainy days with periods of beautiful sun, rendering the lush greenery all the more vibrant and inviting. The experience of residing in an apartment like this one in Kildare is a charming blend. It merges the intimacy and warmth of a close community with the convenience and thrill of city living. More importantly, it presents an opportunity for you to customize your living space as per your preferences, making it an invitation to create a home truly reflective of you. PROPERTY FEATURES: - Two bedrooms (one with ensuite). - Main bathroom with bath and shower attachment. - Kitchen/Dining/Living Area. - French door leading to a balcony. - Laminate flooring throughout. - Gas fired central heating. - Proximity to pubs, restaurants, and retail outlets. - Excellent road and rail infrastructure. - Alarm system for security. The apartment could serve as an ideal investment for overseas buyers due to its strategic location, excellent condition, and the promise of an enriching living experience. On a similar note, the ongoing management fees TBC. It carries a BER rating of C2, indicating a moderate energy performance. In a nutshell, this offering in Kildare ticks all the right boxes for anyone looking for an Irish home away from home in an area that blends tranquillity with convenience in the right doses.

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Property details: A charming 4-bedroom detached house, located at Twin Oaks, Kilbreedy, Killenaule, Co. Tipperary (E41 X368), Ireland. This property, which is steeped in rich history dating as far back as the late 16th century, offers a unique opportunity to acquire a tastefully refurbished residence nestled amidst idyllic countryside. Boasting an impressive size of c. 1,900 sq ft., the house encompasses a unique curved entrance hall, a spacious sitting room and an open-plan kitchen/dining room. The ground floor also houses 2 well-sized bedrooms along with a bathroom. The upstairs area features a further 2 large ensuite bedrooms. Notable amenities include: - Central Heating powered by Oil - Two solid fuel stoves - Double glazed windows throughout - Mains water supply and septic tank The property is perched on a picturesque 1.5-acre plot adorned by manicured gardens, mature shrubs, and blooming flowerbeds. There are a number of quaint stone outbuildings, a former milking parlour and a large haybarn, all ideal for varied domestic and hobby purposes. In total, the property spans across c. 11.8 acres, comprising excellent quality grazing land - a potential draw for those interested in equestrian activities or farming. Cosily tucked away in the bucolic locale of Kilbreedy, just 2.5km away from the town of Killenaule, living here offers an unbeatable blend of tranquillity yet proximity to amenities. Killenaule is home to primary and secondary schools, local shops and quaint cafes. Furthermore, the towns of Cashel and Thurles are just a short drive away, expanding the scope of dining, shopping and recreational choices. Ireland is famous for its year-round mild and moist climate, thanks to its Atlantic Ocean border. Expect comfortably cool summers, and relatively warm winters - a dreamy mix if you enjoy the outdoors! Being in close quarters of the globally acclaimed Coolmore Stud, Kilbreedy in particular is an equestrian lover's haven. The region is also the proud home to Ireland's horse-racing star, Rachael Blackmore. If you relish rural tranquillity yet crave modern necessities, Kilbreedy strikes the perfect balance. Living in this house provides an opportunity to have a slice of history as your own. The serene charm of the rural setting combined with the warmth of a refurbished vintage property is sure to enhance your quality of life. You will be drawn into its quaint elegance from the moment you set your eyes on the charming, long driveway leading up to the house. In conclusion, this property is more than just a house, it's a lifestyle - one that prioritises peace, history, and connection to nature. The house stands testament to tasteful preservation, promising a comfortable living space infused with character. The additional land is a canvas waiting for your personal touch, be it for horses, farming, or just lingering in leisurely walks. There is no additional outlay required, so it's ready for immediate occupation. Property Features: - 4 bedrooms (2 ensuite) - 2 bathrooms - Refurbished and well-maintained - Size: c. 1,900 sq ft. - Land: c. 11.8 acres - Manicured gardens and mature shrubs - Stone outbuildings and a former milking parlour - Large haybarn - Grazing land This home offers an embrace of quaint countryside living in modern-grade comfort. It's a wholesome lifestyle, waiting for its next chapter. Let's get in touch, embark on a virtual tour, and perhaps, make this historical gem your next home!

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