Superb Modern House For Sale in Louth ireland
Unique Modern Property for sale, in the sleepy town of Annagassan (5 minutes walk) This property sits on a unique site on the shore line of Annagassan a hiden gem in the North east of ireland, Annagassan gained its tourism status with the finding of the first Viking settlement in ireland.
The breathtaking view from this property include but is not limited to the vast shoreline of Carlinford, the cooley and mourne mountains and the beautiful views of Annagassan pier and shoreline. the river Glyde flows under the old bridge to the left of the property meeting the sea to the centre of the property – this property is surrounded on three sides by water
The house itself was rebuild just under 7 years ago and finished to the highest specification with all modern fittings including, underfloor heating and superb insulation. To see this house is to fall in love with it.
the downstairs of the house is compromised of two seperate dwellings but this can easily be changed to one larger dwelling. The second dwelling is single floor and comprises of a large living/dinning are, a fully fitted modern kitchen, two double bedrooms, a very spacious master bedroom with a walk in wardrobe and ensuite, a modern fitted bathroom. the first of these dwllings comprises of a very large open planning, living/dinning/kitchen with large open windows in order to fully apprecaite the stunning views, two double down stairs bedrooms and a large bathroom complete with shower and double sink. The upsairs of this stunning property is in itself is a self contained haven of tranquility, compromised of a large bedroom/living area, a large walk in fully fitted wardroble, a kitchenette, and a large bathroom with a beautifully finished shower, bath and double sink. there is a complete wall of window and door leading to a balcony with canopy with two circular patio areas for outside dinning and entertainment
The ground of this stunning house is a true marvel for any land lover, it is low maintance and beautifully finished, with large green area, patio area, a beautifully finished rockery and a stone path that circles the property.
Out houses included a truely unique reflection room, with a stunning view of the shore line and complete with a stove for true relaxiation and comfort. Also included is a large double garage, fitted with shelving and storage solutions.
This property is truely a stunning investment that is not to be missed its uniques and stunning dwelling is complements by its beautiful and stunning view, its high specification keeps it low cost and low maintance. it is truely a gem that will not be found else where.
Sea and Mountain Views
Floor Space; 5000m2
About the Area:
Annagassan (irish: Áth na gCasan, meaning “ford of the paths”) is a village in the townland of Ballynagassan, County Louth, ireland. it sits where the River Glyde enters the irish Sea.
Annagassan was first mentioned as Linn Duachaill in AD 841 when the establishment of a Viking longphort was recorded. This has subsequently been confirmed by archaeological work.
in 827 the Annals of Ulster record that the Vikings attacked the Ciannachta people of Louth and north Meath. These early raids were sporadic coastal attacks by small seaborne forces; however, from the 830s, a new phase was characterised by larger fleets, which penetrated up navigable rivers and plundered extensive inland areas. There is a legend that one such Viking was stranded after a raid and settled there. The locals believe this Viking heritage is evidenced by the long-held residence of a seafaring man of “mythic proportions” and wild Scandinavian appearance and demeanour, known to the villagers as “The Bear”.
Annagassan was once as important as the Viking settlement at Dubh Linn (The Black Pool). The modern village is generally believed to be built on what archaeologists consider to be a man-made polder structure, constructed to provide shelter for the fjord. The original settlement was located further upstream; navigation was considerably easier on the River Glyde in the 9th century before the intervening build-up of sediment.