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Ballycurrin House, Ballycurrin, Headford, County Galway

  • Bedrooms 6
  • Bathrooms 3
  • Size 650.32 m²

At a glance...

  • Three separate dwellings on large Site.
  • Overlooking Lough Corrib.
  • 30 Kms from Galway City.
  • Three properties extending to 620 sq.m. (6,700 sq.ft.) accommodating 7 bedrooms
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Ballycurrin House was once part of the lcal demense and was occupied by the Lynch Family as far back as the 14th century. The current House has been restored carefully by its present owner who acquired the property in the 1980`s. Looverlooking Lough Corrib the house is located close to Irelands only inland lighthouse which was constructed to direct the steamer leaving Galway for Cong in the 1700`s.

The Estate is located North West of the town Headford in North Co. Galway approximately 30 Kms from Galway city. Accessed via a private tree lined lane the property holds an imposing position on the laneway with its period design laid out with Ground and first floor over basement. The site sweeps away as you return to the lakeside of the property opening up all three levels of the property to the lake view. Immediately adjacent to the main house is a detached two bedroom cottage. Further on along the site a one bedroom cottage is also located beside the old castle ruins.

The main house is laid out to provide a large entrance hall, Drawing Room and Dining Room at ground floor level. At Lower Ground floor level a Large Kitchen/Dining Room, Bathroom and Bedroom are all accessed off an expansive lobby. At first floor level three expansive en-suite bedrooms are laid out in luxurious fashion.

The adjacent two bedroom cottage offers open plan Kitchen/Sitting Room/Dining Room at ground floor level with two ensuite bedrooms at first floor level.

The other cottage accommodates an open plan sitting room/Kitchen at ground floor level with a first floor En-Suite bedroom with balcony.

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall - 4.9m (16'1") x 9.19m (30'2")
Large Entrance Hall with open fire and timber floors

Drawing Room - 8.18m (26'10") x 7.09m (23'3")
Large open plan room with double entrance doors. Open Fire and multiple windows with views of Lough Corrib.

Dining Room - 7.8m (25'7") x 5.21m (17'1")
Large Imposing Room with Open Fire and timber floors. Two door access.

Lower Ground Floor

Lower Lobby - 4.9m (16'1") x 6.86m (22'6")
Lobby with flag stone floor

Bathroom - 2.49m (8'2") x 4.9m (16'1")
Large Victorian style Bathroom with Bath, Shower, WC, Bede, WHB. marble floor

Bedroom 1/ Parlour - 7.19m (23'7") x 5.38m (17'8")
Large Open Plan Space suitable as dining room or bedroom

Kitchen/Dining Room - 6.81m (22'4") x 6.99m (22'11")
Large Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room with fitted kitchen and flagstone floor

First Floor

Bedroom 2 - 5.21m (17'1") x 3.61m (11'10")
Large twin room with timber floor and full en-suite and feature fireplace

Bedroom 3 - 5.89m (19'4") x 3.71m (12'2")
Double Bedroom with timber floor and feature fire place

Bedroom 4 - 7.49m (24'7") x 10.34m (33'11")
Masetr Suite with timber floors and matching feature fireplaces full shower en-suite.

Cottage 1

Kitchen/Dining Room/Sitting Room - 7.29m (23'11") x 9.91m (32'6")
Open plan finished to a high standard

Bedroom 1
Double room En-Suite

Bedroom 2
Double Room En-Suite

Cottage 2

Kitchen/Dining/Sitting Room - 4.8m (15'9") x 3.61m (11'10")
Open Plan with stove

Bedroom - 4.8m (15'9") x 3.61m (11'10")
Master Suite with full shower en-suite and balcony

Approaching Headford from Galway turn left at "Joyces" and continue along this road until you see a sign for Ballycurrin Lighthouse, Turn Right and at a right hand turn you will see a sign for Ballycurrin House, Turn left and continue along this laneway until you see Ballycurrin House on your right.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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