Author: Our Reporter
~ 2 minutes read
Carraig Villa is an impressive detached residence and family home located in the sought after area of Cloonacauneen.
Cloonacauneen is a quiet country location on the edge of the city, close to Parkmore Business Park, the motorway network and only a short distance from the vibrant village of Claregalway with shops, schools, restaurants, pubs, and many other amenities.
This home is situated on a 0.62-acre site with private, mature, south-facing gardens and was built by its current owners in 2000 and has been well cared for and maintained, it is finished to a very high standard with timber and tiled floors, mahogany doors and architraves, coving, fully tiled bathroom and ensuites, and many other features.
The extensive and adaptable accommodation comprises porch/entrance hall, front toilet, large lounge, kitchen cum breakfast/living room, utility room, rear toilet, office/playroom, and self contained ensuite apartment with kitchenette. This could provide either rental potential or use as a granny flat.
On the first floor there are seven bedrooms (five ensuite), a spacious bathroom, walk-in hotpress and stairs to the second floor. The second floor with large space is finished to a standard which provides potential for a variety of uses.
The property has a natural stone wall boundary at the front, stone driveway around the house with parking at front and rear, mature lawns front and rear with well-established hedgerow boundaries and trees providing privacy and shelter. The rear garden has two sheds for storage.
Previously run as a Bed and Breakfast, Carraig Villa offers many opportunities, first as a luxury family home in a tranquil countryside location close to the city with bus route nearby, and second with income potential as a Bed and Breakfast or rental of the self-contained apartment.
Its convenient location within a short drive of the city, business parks and a selection of notable towns and villages, with a short walk to a local award winning restaurant and pub makes viewing highly recommended.
The asking price is €695,000. For further information or to arrange a viewing, contact Sherry Fitzgerald on 091 569123.
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