This eye-catching traditional style cottage on the Galway/Clare border is really more a ‘package’ than just one property, which would perfectly suit anyone with a passion for all things equine.
Currently comprising a compact two-bedroom stone-built, but fully modernised cottage, the property has full planning permission for an additional 104 square metres of space.
The current owners present the entire property to a near perfect standard.
Just adjacent to the house lie the out-offices which comprise between them, 6 bay stables, a tack room plus storage area. And then to complete the equestrian check list, to the rear sits a functioning horse training ring.
The entire site comprises 0.55 hectares (1.36 acres) located at a corner, which undoubtedly holds future planning potential for the new owners and family.
Scarrif, Tubber is a lovely quiet country setting sitting on the Galway/Clare border with mainly only local passing traffic, yet is really central to the outside world and local facilities.
There is a choice of nearby local national schools, the local pub and shop are just 1.7km away, the M18 motorway is 8km and Gort town with the train station and all necessary infrastructural and commercial needs is only 12km away. Galway, Limerick, Shannon and Ennis are all within 45 minutes.
For more, read this week’s Connacht Tribune.