Nestled on a beautiful site with outstanding views over ‘Black’s Lough’ to the rear, is this exceptional five-bedroomed dormer bungalow on the outskirts of the Tidy Towns’ award-winning village of Castlecoote. It’s on the books of Ivan Connaughton Auctioneers.
‘Black’s Lough’ is a small lake of approx. 15 acres which is renowned as an excellent fishery for many species such as rudd, pike, roach and some hybrids.
This property is in absolute showhouse condition and has had no expense spared on the decorative finishes internally and immaculate landscaping externally.
The entrance hall has solid Scandinavian wood flooring which continues throughout the property on the ground floor and leads into an ample sitting room located to the front of the property. There is a solid fuel wood burning stove and sliding patio door to the side of the house. The kitchen/dining room has fully fitted kitchen with eye level ovens and integrated hob, not forgetting those views to the rear of the property and surrounding countryside. Off it is a utility room with fully fitted units and door to the rear patio area.
There are two large bedrooms on the ground floor, one with ensuite bathroom and the main bathroom. On the first floor there are three bedrooms in all and another full-sized bathroom.
The many special features include timber decking patio to rear with astroturf with a large 6-seater American hot tub which is under canopy and has full electrical lighting. The site falls away to the rear of the property down rolling lawns to the rear boundary. There are mature trees at the front boundary with fully tarcadamed driveway which wraps around to the side.
There is a large shed to the side with electric roller door and side entrance. Also, oil-fired central heating, septic tank and mains water.
This property is a must for viewing and strictly by appointment. Contact the office for full details and any additional information on 090-6663700 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Viewings accommodated at the weekends, evenings and bank holidays.