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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Guide Price €285,000

Ireland - Bantry, Cork

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Call: 03339 395984

Key features:

  • Views of Bantry Bay
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • Combination oil/solid fuel central heating

Full description:

Bantry Bay View House is without doubt one of the more significant properties in Bantry and what sets it apart from many other impressive properties in the town is its unparalleled views up the Bay and out to sea.

With all principal reception rooms and bedrooms having views out over the water being only a short way from the town the sale of Bantry Bay View House represents a fantastic and rare opportunity to acquire a wonderful family and or weekend holiday home

The property is also a great house for entertaining and has plenty of light.
With all principal reception rooms and bedrooms having spectacular views out over the water being only a short way from the town the sale of Bantry Bay View House represents a fantastic and rare opportunity to acquire a wonderful family and or weekend holiday home

The property is also a great house for entertaining and has plenty of light.
This House is located approx. 3 minutes drive from the busy market town of Bantry in a secluded setting surrounded by mature landscaped gardens and stunning views of Bantry Bay and the Sugar Loaf Mountains. The property is close to all the amenities of Bantry town and all amenities, e.g. shopping, schools, pubs and restaurants hotels, leisure Centrers, are close by. This area of South West Ireland is of outstanding beauty and the property is located close to the beautiful West Cork coast as well as beaches all within easy reach. Leisure activities are well catered for with Bantry Golf Club within approx. 10 minutes drive. Fishing facilities are nearby. Other recreational pursuits include walking, bathing, surfing, and horse riding. Cork International Airport is conveniently located approx. 1 hours drive from the property with direct links within Ireland and to many major European and UK cities.
The Bantry and West Cork character is considered the most friendly, helpful, outgoing, quick witted, generous and possessing the gift of unlimited conversation with a great sense of humour. West Cork is recognised as one of the last bastions of true Irish hospitality. You are assured a warm welcome.

Bantry, in the heart of West Cork, is a region of lush vegetation, palm trees and semi-tropical flowers. Hemmed in by high mountain ridges, an azure blue sea and cascading mountain streams, it is a place of unparalleled beauty where the landscape changes with every mood of wind and sky.

In this breath-taking splendour of mountain scenery, hilly pastures, meandering streams, lakes and woods, where megalithic monuments and ruins of monastic settlements dot the country-side, visitors can find peace and tranquillity. The landscape is mountainous with parallel ridges running through the various peninsulas to the sea - mainly in a north-east/south-west direction. The rest of the terrain is occupied by valleys, hidden glens, hills, fast running rivers, woods and forests.

The climate is very mild with moist Atlantic breezes giving a medium to heavy rainfall. The influence of the Gulf Stream of warm sea water has a pronounced effect on the climate allowing the growth of semi-topical vegetation and foliage which can be savoured in the many gardens both private and public.

The Bantry region is divided into three main areas corresponding with the peninsulas: The Beara Peninsula, The Sheep's Head or in Irish (Muintir Bhaire) Peninsula and The Mizen Peninsula. These extend south-west in the Atlantic up to 30 miles.

Touring routes are numerous and include the breath-taking scenery of the coastal routes around each of the peninsulas, spectacular winding roads through the mountains, cliff-face roadways, and the unrivalled vistas of mountain lakes, waterfalls, fast running rivers, prehistoric monuments, ancient castles and Christian settlements, forts and stately homes with their majestic gardens.

Bantry is part of the Wild Atlantic Way whch runs the length of Ireland's West coast, one of the wildest, most enchanting and culturally rich coastal touring routes in the world.

Lounge; 6m x 4,175m

Ground Floor Bedroom; 3.8m x 3.8m

Kitchen; 6m x 4.175m

Sunroom; 3.9m x 3.9m

Ground Floor Shower; 2m x 1.59m

Master Bedroom, ensuite; 4.175m x 3.950m

Bedroom 2; 4.175m x 4m

Bedroom 3; 3.2m x 2.67m

Family Bathroom; 4.175m x 2.02m

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Nearest Airports*

  • Kerry (International), 34.7 miles
  • Cork (International), 41.8 miles
  • Shannon (International), 73.9 miles

*Distances are straight line measurements. This feature is currently in beta.

To view this property or request more details, contact
Irish Rural Homes, Cork

Main Street, Schull, Cork, Ireland
03339 395984  Local call rate
About Irish Rural Homes, Cork

About Us

Irish Rural Homes Estate Agents and Auctioneers is run by Mary Cotter Estate Agent & Auctioneer. Mary has had over 20 years of experience selling property both in the London housing market and the Irish rural property market. She has a keen interest in renovation of old buildings and farming.

Mary lives in West Cork with her husband and 2 two children and when they first came to live in Ireland they purchased an old farmhouse on 3 acres of and which her and her family completely restored and was then turned into a functioning smallholding which supplied the family with vegetables and fruit and her livestock supplied the family with milk and eggs. During the time that she has worked in Ireland she has helped many families settle in reland and given them practical help about the medical and education system and the of sourcing materials and livestock.

Her mobile phone is always on 0035 8573 99250 she is happy to share her knowledge of settling in Ireland and if she cannot answer the query she will endeavour to find the relevant information for you.


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Main Street, Schull, Cork, Ireland
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