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Former creamery could be just the business

July 19th, 2017 5:40 PM

By Southern Star Team

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By EMMA CONNOLLY 

IT'S a case of three for the price of one when it comes to Skeagh House in Skibbereen. 

For €395,000 there's an elegant period home up for grabs along with an architect designed guest cottage. 

But that's not all, the former Skeagh creamery which has been converted to a large workshop and studio is part of this unique deal which comprises 4,000 sq feet in total.  

The main house is an elegant period home which four bedrooms (one en suite). It has an overall relaxed contemporary vibe– think country, but with an edge. 

The classic exterior doesn't hint at the subtle but stylish interior touches and together they offer the best of both worlds. 

The hand crafted kitchen is a charming space with a movable island (very useful when it comes to parties) and an adjoining back kitchen area which leads into a conservatory.

 A separate utility opens into a sizable garage.

Cute and cosy best describes the living area with a solid oak floor; original and eye catching fire place and traditional timber style ceiling. 

There is also a separate study, dining room and sun room offering plenty of living space for even the most discerning house hunter. 

The first floor contains the sleeping accommodation and family bathroom. 

The guest cottage boasts a master suite comprising en suite and walk in wardrobe; a considerable open plan kitchen/ dining and living space and a first floor study. 

The workshop and studio in the old creamery building offers a separate small studio space and large workshop with exposed timber beans. 

Gardens are extensive and include lots of little spots to while away the hours including a romantic pergola. 

Henry O'Leary Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents, Lamb St, Clonakilty is managing the sale of Skeagh House,  023 8835959 or  hol.ie. 

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