Ballybrannigan House, a detached three-bay two-storey house was originally built in 1820 on a site beautifully nestled into the landscape, located only 500 metres from the expansive Ballybrannigan Beach. This unique property is set on approximately 1.4 acres of its own grounds, which include gardens and original outbuildings. The house, which is not listed, faces due south and has been modernised and extended by the present owners as their family home since 2008. The house is protected on all four sides by its mature gardens. Ballybrannigan House is situated within the rural area of Ballybrannigan and offers the perfect balance between peaceful and secluded rural living whilst being part of a small community and therefore not isolated. This attractive period property has retained a wealth of period features including high ceilings, original moulding, picture rails, open fireplaces, sash windows and exterior buildings. The property features two vehicular access routes. Currently used as pedestrian access the front entrance leads you up a tree lined avenue surrounded by Hydrangea revealing the house as you approach. The rear access leads to parking, original out buildings and reveals a new rear section sympathetic to the house which was added in 2008.
Location: This property offers purchasers the opportunity to experience sea-side country living at its best with Ballybrannigan beach only a short walk away along with many other beaches close by. This house offers an easy commute to Midleton and Cork city. The home is only a short distance of Ballycroneen N.S. and school bus routes.
Accommodation: Original Porch, Staircased Hallway, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Kitchen/Dining Area, Guest Toilet, Utility Room, 5 Bedrooms, 1 Family Bathroom, 2 en-suite & attic space. 4 out buildings.
Circa 2,700 sq. ft.

Ground Floor:

Porch: 2.45m x 1.84m Features an original large window with original tiled flooring.

Hallway: 3.05m x 3.12m Features stairwell and original timber flooring. Leads to two front rooms and rear of property.

Drawing Room: 4.3m x 4.3m A large reception room with a feature original fireplace containing a multi-fuel Stanley stove. The room features original doors, picture rail, library wall and deep-set sash windows. The room is carpeted.

Dining Room: 4.3m x 4.8m The dining room can be accessed from the front hall and the kitchen located at the rear making for easy entertaining. The room features an original open fireplace with original timber flooring and sash windows. Unique features like cornicing and deep-set doors and windows are visible.

Kitchen/Dining: 5.18m x 5.13m A unique feature of this space is the exposed stone wall linking us to the original rear exterior wall of this property. Located to the rear of the property the kitchen leads to outdoor decking area through French doors and leads internally to the dining room via another set of reclaimed antique French doors. This was part of the additions made in 2008 and features oak flooring and a two oven Stanley oven. The kitchen is a timber kitchen including a Bosch single fan oven, American style Samsung fridge/freezer and Whirlpool dishwasher.

Utility: 3.7m x 2.43m The utility room gives a nod to the old with a half door leading to the rear and a large Belfast sink. The utility is plumbed for a washing machine and dryer with painted timber flooring and shelving surrounds. The Tempest solar unit is fitted in the utility.

Guest Toilet: 1m x 1.7m W.C., Wash Hand Basin, pine flooring.

Bedroom 1: 4.82m x 3.4m A great guest room located on the ground floor with external access via French doors to a small garden space. A spacious double room with oak laminate flooring and high ceilings.

En-Suite: 2.05m x 2.1m W.C., Wash Hand Basin, power shower and pine flooring. Shower area fully tiled.

First Floor:
The stairwell splits in two directions leading to the front - the original part of the home and the rear which is the new addition.

Landing Area: Features a large window & original oak flooring.

Bedroom 2: 4.4m x 4.3m A spacious double room with 2 feature windows, fireplace, original door and original oak flooring.

Bedroom 3: 4.3m x 4.8m A spacious double room with a feature sash window, fireplace, original door and carpet flooring.

Bedroom 4
Master: 5.13m x 5.13m A bright spacious master bedroom featuring 2 windows and timber flooring. Access to attic.

En-Suite: 2.43m x 2.4m W.C., wash hand basin & power shower. Shower area fully tiled.

Bedroom 5: 4.9m x 2.16m A double bedroom with laminate flooring, high ceilings and access to attic.

Bathroom: 3.3m x 2.3m W.C., wash hand basin, bath & electric shower. Features pine flooring and fully tiled shower area.
Included in sale: Fitted carpets, blinds, white goods, stanley oven and stanley stove.

Outside: Multiple outdoor entertaining areas. 4 out-buildings. Original old stone walls surround the property. In the garden you can find an apple orchard, lime trees, a cold frame which would have been used as a greenhouse containing loganberries, a veg plot and a natural spring well supplying fresh water to the house. A two-minute walk to Ballybrannigan Beach, which is a long sandy beach safe for swimming and expansive views.

A 2-storey coach house to the front right of the property.
Two original stone outhouses used for storage.
A wood shed with original cobbles and a fireplace. This is a presumed old forge.
An outhouse housing a boiler and dog kennel.
Beach less than 500metres from your front door.

Special Features:
Well appointed accommodation with many original features.
The original building dates back to 1820 and additional build completed in 2008 with complete refurbishment throughout.
Property is 2,700 sq.ft. sitting on circa 1.4 acres.
New double glazed wooden windows installed to the extended building in 2008.
Georgian sash windows in original part of the home.
Original internal doors.
Attic area.
2 vehicular entrances.
Multiple outdoor dining areas.
Ample parking.
Smoke alarm & outside taps.
Original out-buildings in enclosed yard area.
Solar panels for hot water.
Private natural spring well supplying fresh water to the house
Septic tank.
Oil fired central heating.
Broadband suitable for working from home.
External lighting to front & rear.
Proximity to beautiful golden sandy beach of Ballybrannigan.
BER: C3. BER Number: 115417602.
Eircode: P25T202.

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