This house combines the traditional crafts of the past with the best contemporary architect's design. It is a lovely split-level house in pristine condition with a relaxing and calming atmosphere, and takes full advantage of the stunning scenery.
It overlooks Kenmare Bay and the magnificent Magillicuddy Reeks Mountains. There is a continuous view of nature surrounding it, with sea and mountains changing colours as the day goes by. It's filled with natural light and uncluttered but with cushions, rugs and throws to make your stay comfortable and welcoming.
The house has 4 large bedrooms with ample storage and all ensuite (2 Kingsize, 1 double and 1 twin, with two bedrooms having bath tubs as well as power showers in all of them).
There is a large open plan sitting room with a stunning traditional stone open fireplace, Irish oak floors and french doors opening to the west for the evening sun. There is satellite TV, video and DVD player and hi-fi system. Steps lead down to the dining room where there are floor to ceiling double height windows facing Kenmare Bay. The Kitchen is fully equipped with modern appliances (dishwasher, microwave, coffee-maker, juicer etc), plenty of crockery and equipment, and overlooks the gardens, and the sea.
There is a separate utility room with more cupboards, a washing maching and condensing tumble drier, and separate entrance for those walking boots or golf equipment. There is also a smaller, cosy, sitting room which has a selection of books for the quieter moments but also some toys, games and a second TV and DVD player. There is a travel cot, some cot linen, and a high chair and although children are welcome, very small children will need adult supervision because of the split level stairs.
There is a one acre garden, with a mix of landscaping, some flower beds of native fuschias and still room to play, with extensive gravel parking and turning areas. You can enjoy the patio, barbecue and garden furniture.
Oil fired central heating throughout.
Situated near the bustling town of Kenmare which has preserved its old world charm. It has excellent restaurants , pubs and quaint little shops. There is much to offer the visitor to this area. As well as the stunning scenery, there are golf clubs, alongside boat trips, fishing, hiking and horse riding...
Distances to the airports
Kerry (58km / 35miles), Shannon (193km / 119 miles) and Cork (99km / 60 miles)