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Tully, Renvyle Peninsular, Co. Galway.
Ref: R0496

Offers on 149,000

A CHARMING AND TOTALLY RENOVATED 3 BEDROOM TERRACE PROPERTY IN A SOUGHT AFTER VILLAGE WITH THE BENEFITS OF A SOUTH FACING ELEVATED DECKED GARDEN. INTERNAL VIEWING IS ESSENTIAL TO FULLY APPRECIATE.

The property was constructed in the mid 1850's is of stone construction with a rendered exterior under a slate roof. The property was completely renovated in the late 1990's with new electrics and plumbing and a high level of insulation resulting in a BER rating of C3. The property has accommodation of open plan living room/dining room, fitted kitchen, rear yard and to the first floor there are 3 bedrooms and separate shower room. The property is being sold with floor coverings, carpets and curtains and additional contents are available by separate negotiation.

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.

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.

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

Double glazed door leading into:

LIVING ROOM: (N), 6.03 m x 4.02 m (19'9 x 13'2) with a combination of wood effect flooring and lino throughout, this spacious room has large double glazed window to the front with a deep window ledge, large wall mounted mirror, inset ceiling lights throughout, a raised solid fuel stove with back boiler capabilities providing heating to radiators and hot water, set on a black tiled heath with wooden mantle and surround. There is an attractive built in corner cabinet, serving hatch and door leading to kitchen, access to under stairs storage cupboard and stairs rising to first floor.

KITCHEN: (S) 3.87 m x 3.40 m (12'8 x 11'1), with tiled flooring throughout, an attractive range of wall mounted and base units with space for large fridge freezer, built in Tricity Bendix electric oven, inset four ring gas hob with extractor fan above, integrated breakfast bar with settled style shelving above, space for dishwasher, inset stainless steel sink drainer and double glazed door leading to rear courtyard.

From living room stairs rising to first floor.

LANDING: (S) (velux) with laminate flooring throughout, access to hot press, 3 bedrooms and shower room.

BEDROOM 1: (N) 3.24 m x 2.73 m (10'7 x 8'11), double bedroom with laminate flooring throughout and built in wardrobes.

BEDROOM 2: (S) (velux) 3.44 m x 3.01 m (11'3 x 9'10) (maximum), with laminate flooring throughout, vanity wash hand basin, tiled splash back, mirror and shaver light.

BEDROOM 3: (S) 3.74 m x 2.83 m (12'3 x 9'3) (maximum), with laminate flooring throughout and double glazed door leading to elevated decked area.

OUTSIDE: to the rear of the property on the ground floor there is an enclosed courtyard which currently houses an oil fired boiler and provides space for additional storage, stairs rising to the elevated decked area. The raised decked which is accessed from both ground floor and first floor is primarily south facing and provides circa 40 sq. meters of south facing raised deck with assorted beds and borders surrounding the deck and fabulous views of the Tully mountains.

SERVICES: Mains electricity, mains water, septic tank drainage.

BER: B3, No. 105876577, 144.3 kWh/m/yr, 35.45 kgCO2 /m/yr


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The Property
Kitchen
Kitchen
Dining Area
Living Room
Living Room
Landing
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 3
Shower Room
Rear Deck
Rear Elevation


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