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Bluecove Cottage, Rusheenduff, Renvyle, Co. Galway.
Ref: R0577

Offers on €335,000

A BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED FOUR BEDROOM DETACHED FAMILY HOME SITUATED ON THIS EVER POPULAR PENNINSULAR BETWEEN THE RENVYLE HOUSE HOTEL AND TULLY VILLAGE. SET ON O.62 ACRES OF LARGLY BEAUTIFULLY MAINTAINED GARDENS THIS PROPERTY WOULD MAKE A PERFECT HOLIDAY HOME OR FULL TIME RESIDENCE.

The house is located on one of the loveliest and most favoured coastlines in the West of Ireland and in a village which is at the heart of the Renvyle peninsula. Rich in prehistoric remains, the peninsula, which forms the northern shore of Ballynakill Bay, is renowned for its beaches, its game fishing off the coast or fly fishing for trout or salmon in the lakes, walking the beaches or hills and the fabulous summer sunsets.

Tully Village derives its name from An Tulach, the hill to the south of Tully Lough, and has a full range of services, filling station, shops and pubs. Just 3 miles away is Letterfrack, the home of the Connemara National Park and the furniture college, Conservation Letterfrack, with further pubs hotels and restaurants of repute. Tullycross which is some 2 miles distant has a church, a selection of pubs and hotel. Letterfrack village which is also nearby is a lively, vibrant village that is the centre of Connemara National Park with a range of pubs, restaurants, supermarket and retail outlets, various community projects and G.M.I.T campus. The local area is well known for hosting a number of small festivals annually, from Bog Week (celebrating local flora & fauna) in May, the Connemara mussel festival also in the first week in May and the Sea Week in October – a celebration of all things maritime with walks, talks, exhibitions and some very fine traditional music.

Clifden, some 12 miles distant, is regarded as the Capital of Connemara, with banks and a large selection of shops, pubs, and other leisure facilities. The town is noted for its many fine seafood restaurants, the famous Connemara Pony Show which takes place there each August, and the Clifden Arts Festival in September, all of which attract many Irish and foreign visitors.

THE HOUSE: Constructed circa 2007 is of block construction with a rendered exterior under a concrete tile roof and comes to the market in excellent condition throughout. The accommodation comprises of inner hall, kitchen/dining room, living room, two ground floor bedrooms and separate bathroom. To the first floor there are two further bedrooms both with ensuite facilities. The property benefits from oil fired central heating throughout, treatment plant, double glazing and mains electricity. The property is comfortably set back from the road with a bank creating a natural sound barrier between the house and the main road. To the rear of the property there is a wheelchair ramp and to the side there is a wooden shed. There is an additional area to the rear of the house which is currently unused but could provide further gardens if required.

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

Double glazed door leading to inner hall.

INNER HALL: (S) 5’ x 3’10 with tiled flooring throughout, telephone point, power and door leading to kitchen/dining room.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM: (S, W) 20’7 x 12’2 with a continuation of tiled flooring throughout, a beautifully fitted matching range of wall mounted and base units with tiled splash back, ample roll edge work surface, inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink drainer, inset four ring gas hob and double oven, space and plumbing for slim line dishwasher, space for large fridge freezer, doors leading to rear hallway, living room and stairs rising to first floor with additional access to under stairs storage cupboard.

LIVING ROOM: (S) 10’6 x 15’9 with solid wood flooring throughout, fireplace with electric fire currently inset, television point, telephone point, built in range of bookshelves, door leading to bedroom / study room.

BEDROOM / STUDY ROOM: (N) 7’3 x 10’5 with continuation of wooden flooring throughout, range of wall mounted bookshelves, access to built-in wardrobes and views to rear.

INNER HALLWAY: (N) 10’2 x 3’2 with continuation of tiled flooring from kitchen area, doors to bedroom, bathroom and storage cupboard (storage cupboard houses washing machine and tumble dryer).

BEDROOM: (W, N) 11’9 x 8’10 with wooden flooring throughout.

BATHROOM: (N) 9’ x 10’3 (maximum) with tiled flooring throughout, heated towel rail, walk in shower cubicle with a Mira Elite ST wall mounted shower, bath with paneled surround, wash hand basin on pedestal and low level WC, range of built in cupboards and shaver light.

From kitchen/dining room stairs rising to first floor.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING: (N) (velux) carpeted stairs rising to first floor. Doors leading to hot press, 2 bedrooms.

BEDROOM 1: (N, S) 15’2 x 11’6 with carpeted flooring throughout, velux windows to front and rear, range of built in wardrobes, access to storage under void, door leading to:
ENSUITE: (N) with walk in shower cubicle, mains pressure wall mounted shower, low level WC, wash hand basin.

BEDROOM 2: (N, S) 15’ x 9’9 (maximum) with velux windows front and rear, a range of built in wardrobes, access to storage under void, door leading to:
ENSUITE: walk in shower cubicle with tiled walls and mains pressure shower, low level WC, wash hand basin and velux window to front (south).

HOT PRESS: shelved and houses a factory lagged tank and a pumped water system.

OUTSIDE: the property is approached by a tarmacked driveway with a gated entrance leading down to the side and rear of the property, the gardens are enclosed by natural boundaries with several seating areas making the most of the lovely location and views. There are several raised beds and borders with a variety of shrubs and bushes giving colour all year long.

SERVICES: The property is on mains electricity, group water scheme water and septic tank drainage.

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The Property
Kitchen
Living Room
Living Room
Study
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 3
Bathroom
Front Patio Area
Raised Seat Area
Real Elevation
Side Elevation
Side Garden
Unused Garden
View to Rear
Shed


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