Unique home’s location in the countryside is breath-taking

Sagamore Lodge, Moycullen
Sagamore Lodge, Moycullen

Seldom does the opportunity arise to acquire such a unique residence which combines breath taking views of Lough Corrib, a stunning countryside setting and yet located only minutes from Moycullen village and a mere 12-minute drive to Galway City.

Sagamore Lodge, Kylebroughlan, Moycullen, is a beautifully presented three-bed detached family residence with a separate garden room/artist’s studio, located in one of the most picturesque settings and sure to delight even the most discerning of property hunters.

Located in an area of great natural beauty, this home is located at the top of a private tree-lined laneway which integrates quite easily into the backdrop of native woodland trees and shrubs.

It is set on a premier elevated site of circa 0.7 of an acre, which offers stunning views over Lough Corrib and the surrounding woodland.

The current owners have spared no expense in creating a wonderful family home environment with attention to detail and good taste foremost throughout. The accommodation extends to 1,644 sq. ft. and comprises an entrance porch, hallway, bedroom 1/family lounge, bedroom 2, a shower room, office/study, separate front-facing dining room, an art deco style kitchen and light-filled conservatory. The large living room has a dual aspect and features a Portuguese fireplace surround and solid fuel stove.

Upstairs the accommodation consists of a master bedroom with a private balcony and stunning views over the front garden, Lough Corrib and the surrounding countryside. The master bedroom also has access to a full-size bathroom with jacuzzi bath and shower.

The property also has the added benefit of a separate garden room with an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area and a separate bathroom, making this an ideal artist’s studio or workroom.

Homes in this idyllic location rarely come to the market making this one of the finest family homes to become available for some time, according to the selling agents O’Donnellan & Joyce.

For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.