Errisbeg East, Roundstone, Co. Galway
Offers on €299,000
Quietly situated two storey property surrounded by its own grounds, with fabulous marine and mountain views, containing living room, kitchen / dining room, 3 bedrooms and bathroom. With abundant space to extend, this cottage offers enormous potential to create a luxury coastal property.
The property sits at the lower slopes of Errisbeg mountain which overlooks Roundstone Village. Errisbeg (Urrisbeg) was the original settlement on the side of the hill of that name and itself predates Roundstone.
The property has views of Roundstone bay and is within 10 minutes walk of Roundstone village itself. Both Gurteen Bay and Dog’s Bay ( which was originally known as Port na Feadóige, the bay of the plover), two of the loveliest and best well known Connemara beaches which attract a large number of visitors and are justly famous for their exceptional beauty and long white sandy beaches. These beaches are approx. 5 mins drive from the property.
Roundstone derives its name from the anglicised corruption of Cloch Na Rón, the rock of the seals. The bay was used by smugglers into the 18th Century while the village itself dating back to the 1820’s was built by Alexander Nimmo.
Roundstone is an exceedingly charming village tucked away on the rugged Connemara coastline. The village is both friendly and inviting with a wide range of amenities including shops, post office, school, hotels, and excellent restaurants most of which overlook the wide harbour and have stunning views over the Connemara landscape.
Clifden, the nearest town and only 11 miles away, is regarded as the Capital of Connemara, with banks and a large selection of shops, pubs, and other leisure facilities. Clifden is noted for its many fine seafood restaurants, the famous Connemara Pony Show which takes place there each August in the showground close to the property, and the Clifden Arts Festival in September, all of which attract many Irish and foreign visitors. The area is well provided for a wide range of sporting and leisure facilities, with fishing, boating and water sports most popular using the many beaches and bays which comprise this convoluted coastline. Golf is available at the Connemara Golf Club whilst there are six other courses within an hour’s drive of the property.
The property is 48 miles from the regional capital of the West, Galway City, with its mainline road, rail and air connections and extensive and substantial cultural, commercial and retail facilities. Shannon Airport is some 21/2 hours from the property and Dublin is approximately 3 ˝ hours.
THE HOUSE: Situated at the end of a lovely tree and shrub lined driveway the sits this charming house. The house was constructed in approximately 1930 of block construction with a rendered exterior under a fibre slate roof. The property has been internally dry lined, has an open fire in the living room and night storage heating and single glazed windows throughout. The property is comfortably set back from the Roundstone to Ballyconneely road on a quiet bye road and nestled within a selection of mature trees, giving privacy and shelter. Being South facing, it enjoys lovely views from ever room with coastal views from the first floor. The house would lend itself to extension to either side or the rear subject to necessary planning constraints.
A summary of the accommodation, with room aspects and approximate measurements is as follows:
Wooden single glazed front door leading into entrance hall.
ENTRANCE HALL: (S) wood paneled ceiling, tiled flooring throughout, main electric fuse box, doors leading to bathroom, living room, kitchen and stairs rising to first floor.
LIVING ROOM: (S) 4.12 m x 3.01 m (13’6 x 9’11), a bright south facing room with wood paneled ceiling, carpeted, television point, open fire with slate hearth, cast iron inset with tiled feature and wooden mantle. Night storage heater and telephone point.
KITCHEN: (S) 4.14 m x 3.45 m (13’7 x 11’4), continuation of the tiled flooring from the entrance hall, the kitchen consists of a range of wall mounted and base units with tiled splash back, inset stainless steel sink drainer, space and plumbing for washing machine, tumble dryer, under counter fridge and cooker. The kitchen has a wood panel ceiling and a night storage heater.
BATHROOM: (N) continuation of the tiled flooring from entrance hall, bath with paneled surround and part tiled walls, low level WC, wash hand basin and shaver light, wall mounted heater and wood paneled ceiling.
From hallway stairs rising to the first floor landing.
LANDING: (N), with doors to 3 bedrooms.
BEDROOM 1: (S) 4.16 m x 3.06 m (13’7 x 10’1), lovely double room with wonderful views over the bay, with solid wood flooring with wood paneled wall and ceiling, and wall mounted heater.
BEDROOM 2: (S) 4.19 m x 2.84 m (13’9 x 9’3), double room again with excellent views, solid wood flooring throughout, built in wardrobe, wood panel wall and ceiling, wall mounted heater.
BEDROOM 3: (S) 1.92 m x 3.34 m (6’4 x 10’11), wood panel flooring, wood panel walls, access to hot press which has shelving and a tank with jacket.
OUTSIDE: The property is approached by a gated entrance with a lovely level drive leading to the side and front of the property. To the side and rear of the property there are gardens which are now overgrown, but would easily be cleared to provide totally private and sheltered gardens. To the front of the property (being south facing) there is a patio area for relaxing and entertaining.
SERVICES: The property has septic tank drainage, mains electricity and mains water.
BER RATING: G, No. 105464929, 785.91 kWh/m˛/yr, 170.17 kgCO2 /m˛/yr
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