23 Church Street,
Telephone: +353 (058) 42168
Mobile: 087 6294754
Size: c.3000 ft²
Ceol na Mara is a beautiful spacious house located in the heart of the Gaeltacht area of Ring. This detached period residence is situated on about three quarters of an acre that has been refurbished by the owners within the last number of years. The house also has a self contained annex and a studio apartment on site; these offer various options for potential buyers, including the provision of accommodation for students attending the Gaeltacht schools in summer, year long rentals to students studying locally or as private guest rooms for visitors.
Ceol na Mara is only 5 mins drive from the bustling town for Dungarvan which includes three golf courses and the new Deise Greenway linking Dungarvan to Waterford with uninterrupted walk ways and cycle paths.The house is also within a short walk of the Coinigear a beautiful 4 KM stretch of sandy beach.
Elegant high ceilings and large light filled windows ensure rooms in the main house at Ceol na Mara are bright, fresh and spacious. The layout on the ground floor allows for ease of movement throughout. With a wonderful balance of reception areas and bedroom accommodation, it provides all the essential ingredients for the perfect family home.
Accommodation on the ground floor includes a lounge, a living room with a double garden aspect, a fitted kitchen cum dining area with wood burning stove, leading to a conservatory with patio doors to an enclosed walled in garden.
The first floor accommodation includes four bedrooms of which three are ensuite.
In addition the self contained annex has a kitchen /dining room, bedroom, bathroom and a living room.
In the garden is located a large stone shed and for gardening enthusiasts, a potting shed. A further two sheds are located in the outer garden. The property has mature gardens both front and rear, planted with various shrubs and flowers. There is ample space for parking. The driveway is tarmaced.
Set in the sunny south east, in the land of the Déise, is the picturesque Gaeltacht of Ring (An Rinn). With the Comeragh Mountains in the background and the Nire Valley just beyond, the land embraces the full sweep of Dungarvan Bay and its shimmering waters. Famous the world over for its rich heritage and folklore, Ring is justifiably proud of its unique identity and Gaelic tradition.
Colaiste na Rinne, the Irish language boarding school, is one of the few remaining in the country. It continues to play a key role in preserving the Irish language attracting generations of students from throughout the country.
Only 10 kilometres away is Dungarvan, the county town of West Waterford offering superb award winning restaurants and an extensive choice of shopping. The same distance in the opposite direction is Ardmore, a beautiful coastal village and recent national winner of the Tidy Towns Competition. Closer to home is Helvick Head with its fishing port and lifeboat station, an idyllic spot for a casual stroll or brisk walk. The ocean views are truly breathtaking and the pervading sense of calm a genuine tonic.
With such an abundance of clean fresh sea air and unspoilt natural surroundings, it’s little wonder that Ring is renowned for its quality of life and choice of activities. From cosy pubs and fine eateries to championship golf course and water sport Centre, there’s no shortage of things to do and places of interest to see.
Waterford: 55 minutes
Cork: 55 minutes
Dublin : 120 mins