Farrell Auctioneers, Valuers & Estate Agents LTD are delighted to bring to the market this beautiful family home set on 10 acres located just 5km from Ardrahan Village. The property has a host of additional features including a low carbon footprint heating system, heated built in wardrobes, rainwater storage with optional mains supply option, reverse osmosis filter for drinking water, large garage with upper storage to name but a few. Accommodation includes entrance hallway, lounge, kitchen, utility, w.c, 4 bedrooms (1 en-suite) and two bathrooms. The house and outbuildings are set in the centre of 4ha (10 acres) of broadleaved woodland. The land was originally used for conventional farming: livestock pasture and arable tillage. However, in 1993 the field was planted with 60% ash (Fraxinus excelsior) and a 40% Cherry (Prunus avium) / Sycamore (Acerpseudoplatanus) mixture in eight plots. Ash and cherry are indigenous, native Irish species; sycamore is non-native, but naturalised, having been introduced to Ireland many hundreds of years ago. This property is a must view, to arrange to view please contact Farrell Auctioneers, Valuers & Estate Agents LTD on 091-632688
• Located approx. 5km from Ardrahan and nearby links to national motorway
• Secluded sheltered location in 10 acres of deciduous woodland
• Approx. 1,855 sq. ft.
• BER: B2
• Low carbon footprint central heating system – O.F.C.H Wood fired stove
• Independent water supply rainwater storage with optional mains water supply.
• Reverse osmosis filter for drinking water
• Large garage/workshop with upper storage and lean too
• Landscaped herbaceous garden with two ornamental ponds and large polytunnel
• Fruit & nut orchard on the lands
• Fibre Broadband available
• Gas supply available and gas cooker in the kitchen.
BER: B2 BER No.107785404 Energy Performance Indicator:100.08 kWh/m²/yr
Entrance Hallway: 3.07m x 4.40m (10'1" x 14'5")
This area has oak laminate flooring, staircase with pine balustrade, two built-in half-height pine panel cupboards plus full-height broom cupboard under stairs.
Lounge: 4.90m x 4.36m (16'1" x 14'4")
This area has oak laminate flooring. A 1.8m wide rectangular portal connects to the kitchen. The raised solid fuel wood burning stove is mounted on a heavy-duty support stand (this minimises bending & associated back strain while loading fuel wood into stove). The stove features both front and side doors for loading fuel wood; the side loading door allows for efficient/minimal effort when loading from the log storage binto the right of the stove.
Kitchen: 6.00m x 3.30m (19'8" x 10'10")
This area has beige tiled flooring, shaker style light oak kitchen units with flush mount single sink unit and ¼-turn potable water tap. Rose granite finish melamine worktop, tiled splash back area. Reverse osmosis under-sink filter for potable water.
Utility Room: 2.98m x 3.37m (9'9" x 11'1")
This area has beige tiled flooring, pine shelving and coat hooks positioned to maximise available wall storage space. Cupboards and melamine worktop running the entire length of the room incorporate the washing machine, laundry storage, pre-filter, water pump, water supply switch-over manifold and oil fired central heating boiler.
Toilet: 0.88m x 1.80m (2'11" x 5'11")
This area has beige tiled flooring and contains w.c and w.h.b.
Bedroom 1: 4.70m x 3.20m (15'5" x 10'6")
This room has oak laminate floor, built-in full height cupboards provide copious storage space.
Bedroom 2: 3.69m x 2.32m (12'1" x 7'7")
This room has oak laminate flooring, shelving on two walls.
Bathroom (downstairs): 2.63m x 2.04m (8'8" x 6'8")
This area is designed as a wet-room and contains thermostatic
mixer unit, shower handrail & curtain. w.c, w.h.b, and heated towel rail.
Upstairs Landing: 4.57m x 1.66m (15'0" x 5'5")
This area has solid pine flooring. Velux window. Hot cupboard (hot-press) with copious storage and heavily insulated hot water cylinder compartment.
Bathroom (upstairs): 1.94m x 3.75m (6'4" x 12'4")
This area has solid pine flooring, pine panelled walls. Large cast iron bath, washbasin, low level WC and Velux window.
Bedroom 3: 4.69m x 5.53m (15'4" x 18'2")
This room has solid pine flooring, built-in wardrobes with integral ventilation and heating.
Bedroom 4: 3.40m x 5.53m (11'2" x 7'8")
This room has solid pine flooring, built-in wardrobes with integral ventilation and heating. Crawl space access; attic access.
En-suite: 1.38m x 2.34m (4'6" x 7'8")
This room has solid pine flooring, pine panelled walls, white tiled shower area. Thermostatic mixer unit, shower curtain, large shower tray, low level WC, w.h.b, and Velux window.
Large garage/workshop: 9m x 6m (30' x 20')
stair access at rear to upper storage floor (9m x 6m).
Steel frame with concrete block infill walls, fibre cement tile roof. Provision for window openings on ground floor currently blocked in. Inspection pit. Shelving for equipment storage, worktop bench. Removable hoist bay and gantry for lifting heavy equipment to upper storage floor. Steel double doors. Earth installation for electric stock fence unit. 32 amp socket for electric welder & 16 amp socket by door. Three 5' twin tube fluorescent lights on ground floor, one 5' twin tube fluorescent light on upper storage floor. Floodlight on garage gable: operated at garage entrance of from inside house back door.
Lean-to: 9m x 4m (30' x 12')
primarily used for fuel wood storage. External lighting under lean-to.
Utility Shed: 4m x 3m (12' x 10')
Located near the main entrance gate.
Polytunnel: 14.4m x 5.1m (48' x 17')
With vented doors.
Viewing is strictly by appointment only to arrange a viewing please contact Farrell Auctioneers, Valuers & Estate Agents LTD on 091 - 632688 to arrange to view the property.
Conveniently located at the centre of a triangle between the towns of Gort, Loughrea and Oranmore in a quiet
rural part of south Co. Galway. Nearest principal urban centres are Galway city (29km/18miles) and Ennis
(38km/24miles). The Burren limestone massive lies to the west, the granite mountains of Connemara to the
north-west and the Slieve Aughty mountains to the south.
Gort is the nearest town and has a range of small shops, three supermarkets (Aldi, Lidl & Supervalu) and two
builders providers (builders merchants). Additionally there are two excellent agricultural suppliers/hardware
stores at Labane and Peterswell.
There are many stunning, little known beauty-spots both nearby and a little further afield, plenty of things to
do and activities to enjoy. To mention just a few: the Burren lowlands for walking, with it's extensive patchwork
of lakes for canoeing and fishing, Coole Park just outside Gort for sedate walks, Garryland Wood with it's
breathtakingly beautiful turloughs and ash/oak/yew forest for exploring and solitude, the thriving cultural
community of Kinvara for music and community activities, Kinvara bay for sailing, the north Clare coast for
fishing and surfing, the Burren and Slieve Aughtys for long arduous walks, caving in the Burren; Lough Coutra,
Lough Bunny & Lough Corrib for cold swims and canoe excursions, Galway bay for sailing and windsurfing,
Portumna (40km/26miles) offers access to the Shannon waterway and Lough Derg for boating, fishing and
Ardrahan parish is served by three National Schools for primary level education. Three more National Schools
are situated within a 8km/5mile radius of the property. Additionally there is an independent "Educate Together"
National School in Kilcolgan (12km/8miles).
Excellent secondary level schooling is available at "Gort Community School". The nearest Gort school bus
pickup point is close by: just 10 minutes walk/3 minutes cycle ride (1.1km/0.7miles) away.
The property is 11.5km (7.2miles) to the Gort junction; 9km (5.6miles) to