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The accommodation comprises of entrance hall, lounge with door trough to fully fitted kitchen/dining room, utility, 2 bedrooms and includes a family bathroo...
Ideally located 3 bedroom residence situated in the middle of kildorrery village and with rear access and parking.
Location is in a spot called Ballylynch, on a height above the road from Skibbereen as its curves around to the final run into Baltimore, and this big property on a decent 12 acres of ground has views over the inner section of Baltimore harbour, down towards Church Strand.
The amount of acreage is unusual for modern builds in this neck of the woods and its cluster courtyard feel is enhanced thanks to the presence of a retained older cottage on the site (kept, but not upgraded), which enhances the overall feeling of enclosure.
Entrance hall bespoke understairs storage, tiled floor.
Of course, they’re only of relevance if going out for a bit of fine dining: as it stands, this home is the sort of place you wouldn’t have to run out of, and has an excellent, bright kitchen with range cooker, granite worktops, window seat and has a landing overhead.In fact with a tally of up to seven bedrooms, it’s the sort of place visitors will flock to, and possibly not want to leave.If all filled up, it’s still going to be hospitable, and has good living and dining spaces, plus a large and quite sheltered outside, south facing terrace with adjacent sunken feature garden all prepped up for outdoor dining, and with views down to the inner harbour, Reenarogy island and the Ilen river.Original design was by Murphy O’Connor Architects, and after making good use of it for several years, with two ground floor and two overhead bedrooms, the growing family decided they wanted the main bedroms all on the one level so they extended, adding more ground floor bedrooms.
Selling agent is Maeve Mc Carthy of Charles P Mc Carthy in Skibbereen, who says it’s private, set off a quiet back road, stunning with high, feature wood-finished ceilings and beams, and it’s spacious, all within a walk of the town.“Baltimore is bustling again, it had a great summer last year and a very strong start to this summer: it was packed for the Bank Holiday weekend, helped of course by the fine weather, and it’s looking fantastic of course also,” says Ms Mc Carthy.