The Munster Property Auction in partnership with J.J O'Sullivan
Offered at bids over €249,000
Spectacular Location. Private Domain. C. 5 acres with 2 properties on the slopes of the Horse-Shoe mountains looking out over the Valley, Beach, Sea and Islands. In an area of outstanding natural beauty, yet only 10 minutes walk to the village of Allihies, and a further 5 minutes walk to the beach.
The Main House is unusual, full of character and offers light and airy accommodation, which includes 3 bedrooms (2 large, one small), large halls, a sitting room with open fire, a kitchen with a gas range (both a gas and electric oven), a dining area, an upstairs toilet and shower, a downstairs bathroom with cast iron roll-top bath and Oil fired central heating.
The Alpine Chalet is a charming and unique property, designed by a private Architect and professionally built in 2006. Accommodation consists of a Kitchen/sitting room with wood-burning stove, 3 beds (2 double, one single) shower, a balcony with sea views, and a beautiful secluded garden. Solid and easy to heat.
The house is well set in approx 5 acres. The grounds are diverse: wooded dells, hidden fields, gardens, rock, open hill field, sheds, large stable yard, ruins, sports/equestrian arena. A brook runs through the centre of the land. The 19th Century Cornish miners chose this elevated, secluded and sheltered position to build their village. The properties are set amongst the picaresque ruins of the, “ Cornish Village.”
Walk straight out onto the mountain tracks and stunning views of the Beara Way, a national walking/cycling/riding route of 125 miles. Walking in the mountains and hidden valleys of this unknown part of Ireland is unforgettable - the scenery is timeless, untamed and spectacular. The sea and air are crystal clear, and the area is known for the luminous quality of it's light and it's temperate climate, warmed by the Gulf Stream.
Allihies is located at the tip of the Beara Peninsular – at the very edge of the Atlantic - in County Cork on the South West coast of Ireland, on the Wild Atlantic Way. The colourful village has pubs with regular Trad sessions, a cafe, a restaurant , a post office, a Museum and a shop.
The Area: The Beara Peninsula is Magical: a place of wild, unspoiled beauty, with rugged coastline, hidden coves, remote mountain valleys and over 300 lakes. The Peninsula is dotted with islands and bordered by Kenmare Bay to the north and Bantry Bay to the south.
The nearest city and airport is Cork City - 120Km. Our nearest town, Castletownbere (15km) is a small pretty ,vibrant, market town and fishing port.
Activities: Join a traditional Irish music sessions in one of the pubs: Climb hungry Hill: Sail, windsurf and power boat in Adrigole: visit Allihies Coppermine museum and Cafe: Visit the spectacular Healy Pass and Josie's lakeside restaurant, The Skelligs and Bantry House. : Sea Kayaking from Castletown: see Garnish Island - one of the most exotic garden islands in the world: fly fish in Cloonee lakes for salmon and white trout: visit the beautiful Dereen gardens. Climb, Canoe ,Cycle. Coast/Beach 2 minutes drive, or 15 minutes walk to the beach. A river circles the beach and flows into the sea. The river is shallow and ideal for small children. The sea is crystal clear and renowned for snorkeling and diving. There is a diving school in the village. There are fishing trips from Castletown. Further beaches and a cable car to Dursey island 7km away.
Renowned diving and canoeing waters / Swimming in the sea, lakes, river cascades or in the hidden Star lake on the mountain top behind the house. These are rich fishing waters; fish from beach, rocks or sea / Watch whales and Dolphins. Golf: 9 hole course with views over Bere Island. Rare birds: Fulmar Peregrine and Chough. Many Chough roost and winter here. The Peninsular has a rich pre-historic history and meditate at the cliff-top Tibetan Buddhist Centre
Services: Elecrticity, telephone, broadband, oil central heating, septic tank, private water. BER G / BER no. 109108316
TO VIEW OR MAKE A BID - Contact J.J O'Sullivan on 027-70900, or Munster Property Auction, 021 234 9696 - www.munsterpropertyauction.ie.
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