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Seven Heads views and a large attic conversion

March 17th, 2017 3:25 PM

By Southern Star Team

The three-bed house at Butlerstown is a short distance from the sea, between Courtmacsherry and Dunworley

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THE stunning views of Courtmacsherry Bay are one of the top selling points in this three-bed bungalow on the edge of Butlerstown village, on the Seven Heads Peninsula.

The house, guiding €275,000, is a cosy modern home, on the outskirts of the village, which lies between the wonderfully picturesque Courtmacsherry and Dunworley bays.

As well as the bright bungalow, there is a detached garage, workshop and large site with panoramic ocean views.

This home is newly decorated and in turnkey condition. The tasteful interior boasts spacious, open plan living with a large, dining and kitchen area, and a warm sitting room and large conservatory. 

The kitchen has wooden wall and floor cabinets, a hob, Belfast sink and built in oven and microwave. There is recessed lighting, and a tiled floor and wooden ceiling.

The living area has an open fire and a large window, with wooden flooring. 

While there are three bedrooms on the ground floor, the large attic has been converted and could be put to several uses – additional guest accommodation, a spacious office or den/playroom area.

Although the address is Bandon, the home is closer to Clonakilty (nine miles away). Bandon is 14 miles away, and Cork Airport is just 30 miles. Services here include mains water, a septic tank, oil fired central heating and broadband.

The agent for the sale is Henry O’Leary at 1 Lamb St, Clonakilty, 023 883 5959.

 

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