Rarely do properties of this calibre come to the market. Entered through a majestic gated tarmac avenue this beautiful stone residence covering some 4000 sq ft is nestled in 7.14 acres of prime agricultural land in Crobally, Old Parish, Co. Waterford. Situated in most desirable location and enjoys breath-taking and uninterrupted sea views.
Featuring solid floors throughout this magnificent home boasts a wonderful entrance hall. As well as the main living room, conservatory, WC with shower, utility room and bedroom number one, the ground floor also accommodates a Scandinavian wood Christoff Kitchen and dining room with integrated dishwasher, American style fridge freezer, and a dual cooking area featuring gas and electricity.
The first floor features four further generously proportioned bedrooms, two with walk-in wardrobes and one with an en-suite. A large main bathroom and home office is also off the beautiful spacious landing.
The property which is independently fenced off from the rest of the land, is surrounded by peaceful landscaped gardens. The adjoining 1,000 square foot garage features 16ft wide automatic doors.
Six miles west of the friendly town of Dún Garbhán (Dungarvan) and overlooking Dungarvan Harbour and Muggort’s Bay lies the small coastal Gaeltacht area of Waterford. Nestling against the backdrop of the lovely Comeragh Mountains this Gaeltacht region embraces the Parish of Rinn Ua gCuanach (Ring) and An Sean Phobal (Old Parish).
An Sean Phobal (Old Parish) is a quiet, undulating rural area between Ring and the lovely seaside village of Ardmore. Rising high above the sea, the land is interspersed with numerous quiet glens, running down to small, secluded beaches.
An Rinn and An Sean Phobal have some of the most beautiful, unspoilt beaches in the South East of Ireland. An Coinigear in An Rinn, is perhaps the most famous, and when the tide is favourable, it is possible to walk out along the spit across Dungarvan Bay, practically as far as Dungarvan town, with spectacular views.
Other beaches in An Rinn include Baile na nGall and the Cove in Heilbhic, a lovely secluded, pebbled beach near Heilbhic Pier. More remote and secluded spots include Faill a Staicin, a quiet strip of stand, accessible over a cliff walk, which is also a very popular spot for on shore angling.
Baile Mhic Airt Strand in An Sean Phobal is less widely known and therefore an ideal place for a secluded picnic or sunbathing. The rock formations and coastal
Large entrance hall
Main living room
Toilet with shower
Bedroom / Games room
Master bedroom with walk in wardrobe and ensuite
Bedroom 2 with walk in wardrobe
Entrance Hall: 15.9ft w x 29.7ft l
Kitchen/Dining Area: 14ft width x 29.7ft length
Utility: 10.5ft width x 10ft length
Conservatory: 13.5ft width x 23.6ft length
Main Living Room: 18.11ft width x 31.8ft length
Bedroom one: 14.4ft width x 11.7ft length
Bathroom: 7.11ft width x 6.10ft length
Landing: 9.7ft width x 36ft length
Master Bedroom: 14ft width x 28ft length
Walk in Wardrobe: 6.1ft width x 8.5ft length
Ensuite: 9.5ft width x 8.2ft length
Bedroom 3: 14.3ft width x 13.7ft length
Walk in wardrobe: 5.4ft width x 7.7ft length
Bedroom 4: 12.7ft width x 18.5ft length
Bedroom 5: 12.5ft width x 18.5ft length
Main Bathroom: 8.3ft width x 14.4ft length
Home Office 6.0ft x 13ft
On the N25 take the road to Ring.
At the first Fork on the road take the top road sign posted for Old Parish/Ardmore
Pass Udaras na Gaeltachta
Pass John Paul’s Pub
Pass Primary school and play school
Take first turn left after John Paul’s pub.
At the Yield sign go straight through.
This is the 5th house on the right handside
12 mins to Dungarvan
12 mins to Ardmore
30 mins to Clonmel
45 mins to Waterford
55 mins to Cork