Superb Detached 5 bed House in Kerry ireland
RECENTLY REDUCED FOR QUiCK SALE
Built during the 1840s, this historic rural schoolhouse has been tastefully renovated into a stunning family home.
Unique features include the limestone blocks and pitch pine flooring on elevated site in a stunning location nestled amid the highest mountains in ireland.
The famous Ring of Kerry and Lakes of Killarney are on the doorstep, and village facilities are in walking distance.
Lake and river fishing are also close by.
The house has its own water supply and state-of-art filtration system. And also boasts a brand new insulated slate roof.
Wired for cable television, the house also enjoys strong Wi-Fi speeds.
The property benefits from a beautiful private garden and a poly tunnel with organic vegetables.
it would make a dream artists’ retreat with room for residential workshops and large family gatherings.
From an original two classroom building, the owners have constructed a first floor which has doubled the interior size, and it now has a floor space in excess of 850 meters.
(2,800 Sq Ft) Previously it housed seven bedrooms, this has now been reduced to five to allow for an exceptionally spacious master bedroom which has floor to ceiling glass overlooking the private gardens.
The property could be used either as a holiday home or as a permanent residence.
A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this uniquely beautiful area within Kerry ireland.
No. of Beds: Currently 5
No. of Reception Rooms: Currently one open-plan large room.
Floor Space (metres squared): 850
Plot (metres squared): 3035.142
Covered area (metres squared): house an additional 850 metres
Parking: Off Street Parking
No of Outbuildings: 2
View: Sea, Mountain, Country
Distance from Sea: 45 mins
Distance from Airport: 1.5 hours
Distance from Golf: 15 mins
Distance from Main Attraction: Walking
Property has Cable TV and Wifi througout
About the area:
County Kerry is a county in ireland. it is located in the South-West Region and is also part of the province of Munster.
it is named after the Ciarraige who lived in part of the present county.
Kerry County Council is the local authority for the county and Tralee serves as the county town.
The population of the county was 147,554 in 2016, according to the 2016 census.