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'Woodcock Way', Barnagorteeny, Glann Road, Oughterard, Co. Galway
Ref: R0505

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SITUATED ON A BEAUTIFULLY ELEVATED COMMANDING POSITION, THIS FABULOUS 4 BEDROOM FAMILY HOME IS NESSLED IN BRIGHT COLOURFUL GARDENS OF CIRCA 3/4 ACRES WITH PANORAMIC VIEWS OVER LOUGH CORRIB, THE SURROUNDING COUNTRYSIDE AND THE PARTRY MOUNTAINS.

Constructed in the 1970’s and completely renovated in the early 2000’s, this fabulous family home offers luxurious and spacious bright well-proportioned rooms throughout. With fabulous views from virtually all windows of the property, the living accommodation takes advantage of this, as does the master bedroom. The property is of block construction with a rendered exterior under a concrete tile roof and is fully alarmed throughout. There is accommodation comprising of inner hall, living room, kitchen dining room (being divided by a glass wall with oak framing and doors, thus allowing light to fill the house) conservatory, study, 4 double bedrooms with master en suite and dressing room, a second en suite double room and family bathroom. To the rear of the property there is a covered walk way which benefits from good light and provides access to the boiler house and garage. The property has oil fired central heating and double glazed windows and doors throughout, with upgrades of additional cavity wall insulation and attic insulation. The property is being sold with curtains and carpets included.

Oughterard also known as the "Gateway to Connemara" and the "Brown Trout" capital of Europe is a friendly village which has grown substantially in size over the past few years. Visitors and locals are well catered for with a good range of shops, lively pubs, bank, post office, and restaurants which cater for almost every need and not to mention walking, fishing, shooting and other leisure activities for which this area is justly famous. Golf is available only 15 minutes from the property at the Oughterard golf course, set in natural parkland, and there are six other golf courses within an hour's drive. Oughterard has a diversity of spectacular scenery on the doorstep of Connemara with the tranquility and comfort of country living, yet less than 25 minutes’ drive to Galway City. The area abounds with wildlife, some of it rare, and is the home of one of Ireland’s most elusive mammals, the tree dwelling pine martin, as well as deer, otter, fox, hare, rabbit, badger, stoat and all manner of birds. A virtual nature lover’s delight.

The road upon which the property is situated is part of the Western Way, a 50km walking trail from Oughterard to Leenane and the road finishes some 4 miles past the house at the hill of Doon. There are also many walking trails through forests and moorland intersected with many small rivers and streams and with spectacular views over Lough Corrib.

A summary of the accommodation, with room aspects and approximate room measurements is as follows:

The accommodation comprises of large double glazed sliding door leading to inner hall

ENTRANCE PORCH: (NW) 2.17 m x 1.20 m (7'1 x 3'11) with door leading to storage cupboard and additional door leading to inner corridor.
STORAGE CUPBOARD: 1.03 m x 1.15 m (3'4 x 3'9)

INNER HALL: (N) 4.45 m x 10.93 m (14’7 x 35’10), is L shaped in design, with solid wood flooring throughout, coving, doors leading to study, living room, utility, 4 bedrooms, bathroom, storage cupboard and hot press. Access to loft via stira style ladder, with partial flooring.

CUPBOARD INNER HALLWAY: shelved with hanging space.

WALK IN SPORTS CUPBOARD: With drying facilities, extractor fan, shelving and fishing rod racks (previously used as a toilet).

LIVING ROOM /KITCHEN: being divided by a toughened glass and oak framed inner wall (NW, S) 10.16 m x 5.46 m (33’4 x 17’11), this bright triple aspect room provides panoramic views over Lough Corrib, and the surrounding countryside and mountains. With a combination of solid wood and tiled flooring throughout this spacious room has a feature fireplace with slate hearth and wooden mantle and surround with built in cupboards and shelving to either side. Large double glazed sliding doors leading onto a front patio area, further door leading to conservatory and door leading to utility area. The kitchen area comprises a matching range of wall mounted and base units with tiled splash back and inset stainless steel sink drainer. There is an integrated Bosch electric oven, Bosch electric hob with extractor fan above and integrated fridge freezer. There is ample storage space and an attractive oil fired range (Nestor Martin) set into a feature brick built fireplace and chimney.

CONSERVATORY: (SW, N) 4.40 m x 3.79 m (14’5 x 12’5), with tiled flooring throughout, block built base with panoramic windows on all three aspects, door leading to rear patio area and wood panelled ceiling with inset ceiling lights and central ceiling feature.

UTILITY AREA: (S) 2.45 m x 3.01 m (8’ x 9’10), with built in cupboards, both floor mounted and wall mounted with inset stainless steel sink drainer, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, tiled flooring throughout and double glazed sliding door leading to rear covered porch-way. Access to hot press with shelving and factory fitted lagged tank.

STUDY: (N) 3.53 m x 3.78 m (11’6 x 12’4), with wood effect flooring throughout and range of built in wardrobes with shelving unit above. Large window with views over Lough Corrib. With future potential for a further bedroom if required.

BEDROOM 1: (N) 3.75 m x 5.37 m (12’3 x 17’7), views over Lough Corrib, coving, with carpeted flooring throughout, television point, telephone point, doors leading to dressing room and ensuite.
DRESSING ROOM: (S) 2.97 m x 1.92 m (9’9 x 6’3), with carpeted flooring throughout, shelving and hanging space on both walls.
ENSUITE: (S) with tiled flooring throughout, part panelled wood walls, low level WC, wash hand basin, bidet and large walk in shower cubicle with mains pressure wall mounted shower. There is an extractor fan, wall mounted heater and shaver light.

BEDROOM 2: (N) 3.60 m x 3.30 m (11’10 x 11’10), views over Lough Corrib, coving, wood effect flooring throughout, built in wardrobes and dressing table and door leading to:
ENSUITE: (N) part tiled walls, low level WC, wall mounted heater and shaver light, wash hand basin and large walk in shower cubicle with Triton T90 SI wall mounted shower.

BEDROOM 3: (S) 3.19 m x 3.04 m (10’5 x 9’11), with wood effect flooring throughout, range of built in wardrobes incorporating upper level storage space.

BEDROOM 4: (S) 3.04 m x 3.05 m (9’10 x 10’), with wood effect flooring throughout.

BATHROOM: (S) 2.57 m x 1.71 m (8’5 x 5’7), with tiled flooring throughout with part panelled walls, low level WC, wash hand basin, bath with panelled surround and shower attachment, electric shaver light and coving.

GARAGE: (E, S) 5.08 m x 2.37 m (16’8 x 7’9), with sealed concrete floor and a range of shelving with access to loft, double glazed window to the south and double wooden doors to the front. To the rear of this is the boiler house which houses a BIASI oil fired boiler (B30) with shelving and drying facilities and oil gauge.

OUTSIDE: the property is approached by a private driveway over a cattle grid leading up to the side and rear of the property with a gated entrance, the driveway is tarmaced throughout and sheltered by mature trees and shrubs creating a beautiful array of colour throughout the year. To the rear of the property there is a covered area which measures 7.11 m x 2.27 m (23’3 x 7’5), with a patio painted floor throughout.

THE GARDENS: The gardens equate to 0.77 acres and have been created by the former owners to provide colour and enjoyment all year round, there are patio areas paved with Liscannor stone to the front and rear of the property with a wide range of mature shrubs and bushes in dispersed and an attractive water feature with pumped water system culminating in a pond at the lower edge of the garden. The views from the property are impressive with the Partry Mountains, Lough Corrib and rolling hills surrounding the house.

SERVICES: Mains water, telephone line, mains electricity and Bord Na Mona puraflo treatment system.

BER: C2, number 100742246

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The Property
Entrance Hall
Kitchen
Conservatory
Sitting Room
Study
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 3
Bedroom 4
Bathroom
Ensuite
Avenue
Gardens
Gardens
Gardens
Gardens
Glann Rd Lake View
Water Feature
Water Feature


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