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Murreagh House, Durrus, Bantry, P75 FW62


Type
Detached House

Status
Sale Agreed

BEDROOMS
4

BATHROOMS
3

BER
BER
D1

Area
186 sq.m.

Floorplan
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Location
Durrus

Description

Nestled on the inner reaches of Dunmanus Bay, less than 1 mile from Durrus village, Murreagh House is a gem of a property. Set back from the main road, this most private residence is located towards the end of a secluded lane.

With panoramic views over Dunmanus Bay, taking in both the Sheep’s Head and Mizen peninsulas, the vista is truly spectacular with the ruggedness of the scenic topography framing the coastline. It is a particular view that can only be enjoyed from the water or a handful of residences, Murreagh House being one of the privileged few.

Set on circa 2 acres of well landscaped gardens which are exceptionally well planted and laid out with a mixture of lawn, flowering plants and shrubs with the western boundary running through a copse.

There are two separate kitchen gardens and a green house. Although not currently in use, they have been well laid out and will prove as bountiful as before due to West Cork’s temperate climate courteous of The Gulf Stream.

The residence measures approximately 2,000 sq. ft. The principal reception rooms are bright and modern with the living/dining room taking particular advantage of the wonderful coastal view. There are 4 bedrooms, 2 en-suites and 1 family bathroom. There is also a spacious garage and separate office which is accessed from the rear of the property.

Dunmanus Bay is an area of particular scenic beauty and the foreshore is only 200 meters from the property where one can engage in a number of water pursuits.

Durrus is a quaint village on the Wild Atlantic Way renowned for restaurants such as Blairs Cove and acting as a gateway to the Sheep’s Head Peninsula. There is also a shop, café, pubs as well as national schools located here. Bantry (market town) is less than 15 mins drive where there are a host of public amenities, as well as being famed for its literary and chamber music festivals during the Summer months. Cork International airport is approximately 70 minutes’ drive.

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