A substantial detached residence over 3 floors providing extensive quality accommodation and fitted to a very high standard. The property is bounded to the front by a substantial natural stone wall with natural stone entrance pillars and iron gates opening onto a gravel avenue, which in turn leads to parking area at the front and sides of the residence.
The current owners commissioned their architect to design a large family home with extensive free flowing living areas and room for a family to grow and develop. They subsequently built this residence in 2006 and finished it to a very high standard which is evident in the quality of the build and finishes throughout. It is a handsome three storey detached residence extending to approx. 616 sq m over the three floors, all rooms are bright, spacious and take advantage of the views over and onto the parkland setting.
Features include a concrete built home with concrete floor between ground and first floor level with under floor heating, floor to ceiling windows in many reception rooms to maximise light, Walnut panel walls in the entrance hall and extensive walnut book shelves and cabinets in the library room, engineered hardwood floors and porcelain tile floors in parts.
The kitchen/dining/living room is a large open plan space which looks west over the grounds and onto Kilcornan Woods, the area is bright and spacious with a high quality Surreal designer kitchen with two kitchen islands and Neff integrated appliances. The main entrance has a feature marble fireplace and walnut panel walls. Other rooms on the ground floor include library, sitting room, home office, utility room, shower room and rear hall.
On the first floor there are five large bedrooms all ensuite. The master suite boasts a sitting area, a dressing room, full bathroom and main bedroom. On the second floor there are three large rooms, one currently used as a bedroom with ensuite, a second used as a games/study room and a third as a home gym, there is further storage space at this level also.
Stone wall boundary to front with large natural stone entrance pillars and cast iron gates. Fine pebble avenue with lawns either side. Paddock with stud timber rail fencing. Paved parking area to front, side and rear yard areas. Granite capped walls at house entrance and granite paved entrance and steps to front door. Designed in cottage style, plastered walls and double glazed windows.
Raised side patio with natural stone paved slabs externally to sides and rear over looking the formal gardens. Shrub beds to side and rear of residence. Extensive side and rear lawns, with mature tree and shrub boundaries. Backing directly onto Kilcornan Woods. For the golf enthusiasts there is a putting green and tee boxes.
Double garage (9.5m x 8m) with electric roller doors, side pedestrian access, houses central heating boiler and central vacuum. Designed in cottage style, plastered walls and double glazed windows.
Stradbally is a popular convenient location approx. 1.6 kms from Clarinbridge village, 16 kms from Galway City and 69 kms from Shannon International Airport. It is accessed via a tree lined local road and neighbouring properties are predominately similar large detached homes on substantial sites. The area is bound to the north west by Kilcornan Wood a mixed deciduous and evergreen wood, a popular amenity in the area. Clarinbridge village is a thriving local village and boasts services such as supermarket, local primary school, restaurants, public houses, churches and has a strong sporting tradition. The village hosts The Clarinbridge Oyster festival annually in September and attracts local, national and international visitors. Morans of the Weir is a well recognised public house/restaurant that specilises in locally sourced seafood especially Oysters.
Galway City is the third largest city in Ireland and is only 16kms to the north west and known for its easy, hospitable, f