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Aughavannagh,Co. Wicklow,Y14TW89, Aughavannagh, Co. Wicklow


Price
€380,000

Type
Bungalow House

Status
For Sale

BEDROOMS
4

BATHROOMS
2

Size
105 sq.m.

BER
BER
E1
BER No: 117012633
EPI: 338.59 kWh/m2/yr

Description

A rare opportunity to acquire a lovingly restored 4-bedroom Irish cottage dating back to the early 1900s spectacularly located within a secluded valley at the foot of Lugnaquilla in the Wicklow Mountains.

Situated minutes from the Wicklow Way hiking trail, this pretty cottage is decorated in understated
Farrow & Ball shades and is tastefully finished in a traditional style that is both timeless and stylish. This lovely home enjoys unparalleled privacy, peace and quiet in an area of unspoilt mountain scenery of the Wicklow Mountains. Total circa 5 acres.

This part of County Wicklow is an outdoor enthusiasts paradise. For hikers and hillwalkers, Lugnaquilla, Wicklows highest peak, rises to over 3,000 feet behind the cottage. The nearby spectacular glacial valley of Glenmalure has endless hillwalking possibilities and features the popular Glenmalure Lodge pub and restaurant only a short 10-minute drive away in the next valley. The location is rich in history with the world-famous monastic valley and lake at Glendalough a little over 20 mins drive and beside Laragh – one of the many lovely villages in the area.

Aughavannagh Cottage occupies an idyllic site beside a little stream with a large, easy to maintain garden and adjacent field. The grounds also contain an old ruin and barn and a number of mature trees with gravelled.

Accommodation includes.
Entrance porch: 2.745m x 1.605m
Tiled flooring, with timber wall panelling, window to the right, allowing natural light to enter, latch door leading to kitchen.

Kitchen: 4.925m x 4.090m
Entering the kitchen area capturing the view of the rear garden, bright and inviting area with raised timber ceiling including recessed lighting. Tiled flooring throughout and tiled backsplash, Stanley cooker (oil fired). Integrated fridge and washing machine.

Sitting Room: 3.984m x 3.640m
Tiled flooring, window to the front of the property, antique cast iron open fireplace, raised timber ceiling, two wall hung lights either side of the fireplace.

Study: 2.147m x 2.982m
Tiled flooring, window to the rear of the property.

Hallway: 5.197m x 1.995m
Tiled flooring, timber stairway leading to 1st floor. Window to the front of the property, steps leading to the main bathroom and two double bedrooms.

Main Bathroom: 2.366m x 1.669m
Frosted window to the front of the window. Tiled flooring, bath/shower tiled around the bath to ceiling. Partially tiled walls within the remainder of the bathroom. Wall mounted heater.

Bedroom One: 3.148m x 4.668m
Tiled flooring, built in closet units and storage shelves. Window to the rear of the property.

Bedroom Two: 3.261m x 2.819m
Window to the property of the house, timber ceiling.

First Floor
Landing: 1.736m x 1.544m
Timber flooring

Bedroom Three: 3.342m x 2.346m
Bright and spacious double bedroom with timber flooring, build-in attic storage. Window to the side
of the property overlooking the forestry

Bedroom Four: 3.260m x 3.250m
Timber flooring, bedroom to the front of the property with large window providing natural light and views of the front gardens.

Bathroom: 1.812m x 1.544m
Tiled flooring, corner shower (triton T90Z) with tiles around the wet area, remaining of the walls partially tiled. Velux window facing to the rear of the property. Wall hung heater.

Storage Shed: 4.997m x 4.935m
Located to the left of the property, large double door access. ESB and water connection.

Front Garden
The grounds also contain an old ruin and barn and a number of mature trees with gravelled parking.

FEATURES INCLUDE:
– Hardwood double glazed windows
– Antique cast iron fireplace
– Latch door handles
– Stanley oil fire range
– Old ruins on site dating back to C. 1900
– small stream
– Gated entrance
– Mature gardens
– Private well and septic tank
– Broadband in the area