Mary Horgan T/a Horgan Properties - PSR Licence No 001683 is instructed to offer for sale this three bedroom dormer dwelling incorporating a traditional stone cottage, with exceptional character. A modern comfortable home with unique traditional features and excellent workmanship.
Located four kilometres from Tarbert village in north Kerry on the R551, this spacious three bedroom dormer style cottage was built in 2005. The original dwelling was a traditional Irish stone built cottage, and the stone feature was retained when the dwelling was extended. The cottage was demolished except for the feature walls, three sides of the original cottage were dry lined, and a new structure built around it, including new wiring, plumbing, roofing, insulation, flooring, two hot water systems installed, underfloor heating in the kitchen area and conservatory. This is a high specification comfortable spacious home which is no more than 10 years old. The accommodation consists of entrance porch, living room, kitchen, conservatory, utility, cloakroom, and ensuite bedroom on the ground floor, a spacious landing which could accommodate a fourth bedroom and two ensuite double bedrooms on the first floor. There is excellent storage in all areas. The aspect of the property is ideal with south facing back garden. The grounds are extensive and there is a storage shed, workshop and three polytunnels at the rear of the dwelling. Heating includes an oil fired burner, an oil fired range in the kitchen and a wood burning stove in the living area. There are solar panels which provide hot water. The dwelling measures c. 135 sq meters on the ground floor with a further c. 70 sq meters overhead. The property is connected to mains water and septic tank. A well water system is available but not currently in use.
Cross of the Woods is situated 4 kilometres west of Tarbert on the R551 leading to Ballylongford and Ballybunion on the Wild Atlantic Way. It enjoys excellent access to the many attraction of Kerry including Killarney, Dingle and many beaches. Also the convenience of major national roads and airlines. Tralee (40 mins) Limerick (45 minutes) and Dublin (3 hours). Kerry International Airport ( 50 mins ) and Shannon Airport (one hour).