• Entrance Hall A
  • Kitchen Island
  • Kitchen 2
  • Kitchen Dining A
  • Living room A
  • Living room B
  • Bedroom three
  • Bedroom 2 2
  • Bedroom 2
  • Bedroom 3
  • bathroom
  • en suite
  • Front garden
  • Utility A
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Set against a backdrop of lush, green countryside, rests this impressive four bedroom, family home which offers well-proportioned accommodation boasting quality finishes and many exceptional features. It was constructed in the year 2000 and extends to 2,100 sq ft on a 0.70 acre site in a picturesque, rural setting, on a quiet residential road just off the N18, close to Kilcolgan Village and just one kilometre to the Gort-Tuam motorway interchange at Kiltiernan. The village of Clarinbridge renowned for its annual Oyster Festival and famed eateries and the sea port village of Kinvara, the gateway to The Burren in County Clare, with local water sports and beaches, are also within easy reach. Having always been owner occupied it is presented in turnkey condition and features zoned, oil fired central heating and energy efficient LED lighting throughout, giving this home an impressive B3 energy rating. Other notable features include marble tiling to a large, airy entrance hall; solid Oak floors in the living areas; solid Oak Shaker style kitchen cabinets with integrated appliances, granite worktops, integrated Siemens dishwasher, gas hob, electric oven and large movable island unit; a compact lime-scale water treatment system; cast iron fire surround in the living room and extensive coving. All four bedrooms are double in size and there are two en-suite bathrooms. In addition there is a family bathroom with Jacuzzi bath and tiled shower area, downstairs guest toilet with shower, large fully fitted utility and a two reception rooms. The gardens to the front and rear have matured beautifully over the years and offer a wonderful playground for young children to explore and enjoy. A stira provides access to the attic which is partially floored and could potentially be converted. There is also a ‘Steeltech’ shed to the rear. This property is part of a cost effective, group water scheme and there is a septic tank on site. There is a choice of schools nearby with Kiltiernan National School within walking distance and a bus service to Gort and Kinvara Secondary Schools. There are no shortage of nature trials in the area including Coole Park, a National Nature Reserve of almost 1,000 acres due to its great wildlife importance, its native woodlands and turloughs. The park is a wonderful nearby amenity of natural beauty and of historical and cultural significance. Once the home of Lady Gregory, dramatist and folklorist and co-founder with Edward Martyn and W.B. Yeats of the Abbey Theatre, it was, in the early 20th Century, the centre of the Irish Literary Revival. Yeats, George Bernard Shaw, John Millington Synge and Sean O’Casey all came to experience its magic. The park and walled garden, with its autograph tree, engraved with initials of many of the leading figures of the Irish Literary Revival, is open all year round to the public. In addition there are many local sporting and social activities on offer that one can partake in from golf either at Gort Golf Club or Galway Bay Golf Resort in Renville, sailing at Rinville Sailing Club or visit the Lady Gregory Hotel with its wonderful indoor pool and leisure centre, a great way to spend a rainy afternoon! This home demonstrates that it is still possible to live the rural dream within easy access of schools, local towns, Galway City and an excellent road network. This superbly presented home will not fail to impress and must be viewed to be fully appreciated. Offers in excess of €339,000 are most welcome.


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