Chalet adds Alpine charm to stylish Ballydehob home

February 5th, 2018 5:50 PM

By Emma Connolly

The home comes with landscaped gardens with pond and stream, and panoramic countryside views, on 2.5 acres.

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CHALETS are usually associated with mountainy Alps but a property near Ballydehob boasts one charming enough to inspire spontaneous yodeling – although goats are optional. 

This four-bed contemporary residence is nestled deep in the panoramic countryside that West Cork is famous for. 

Rathulla House located down a private perch, off a cul-de-sac at Derrycarhoon. That’s just off the main Ballydehob to Bantry road (N71) around four miles north of Ballydehob village itself. 

It’s on the market for €375,000, and as well as the cute chalet (currently being used as an office, but with potential to be developed as accommodation) it also comes with a polytunnel and annex all located on a mature, attractively planted 2.5 acre.

Combined, it’s an attractive package:  a bright, modern interior, landscaped gardens with pond and stream, with panoramic countryside views in a private location. 

Accommodation comprises an open plan living/ dining room and sun lounge. 

Exposed beams and wooden floors and a painted wooden kitchen are stand-out internal features but it’s the views, space and activities it affords that will most likely clinch this deal. 

Pat Maguire Properties, The Square, Skibbereen are handling the sale of Rathulla House: 028 22822,

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