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  • Property

No horsing around with attractive Knockduff House

Monday, 12th November, 2018 5:50pm

Story by Emma Connolly
No horsing around with attractive Knockduff House

Knockduff House, two miles from Dunmanway, combines style, space and stables which make it a very attractive property.

HOUSE OF THE WEEK Four-bed near Dunmanway for €425,000

 

FOUR large bedrooms, stables, a workshop and three-and-a-half acres make up the attractive package that is Knockduff House, near Dunmanway. 

The two-storey house is spread over 3,500 sq ft making this an attractive family option. It also features an attic conversion, all for its price tag of €425,000.

The accommodation comprises entrance hall, reception room, sitting room, kitchen/dining room, sun lounge, utility, guest wc, master bedroom with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe, guest bedroom with ensuite, two further double bedrooms, study/general space, family bathroom with shower.

However, the gardens, grounds and outside accommodation will be an equally strong draw with a large garage/workshop (600 sq ft), stabling, feed and tack room with paddocks. The three loose box stables, each 12ft x 12ft, have lighting and water connected.

Sherry FitzGerald O’Neill, Clonakilty is managing this sale; see sfon.ie for more.