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3 bedroom luxury Detached House for sale in Ballinfulla, Leinster

€ 795,000
84 m² 2 3



Escape to the serene embrace of Castlegrange, a magical 30-acre [12.1 hectare] coastal sanctuary nestled onto the picturesque Ardtermon Strand. This enchanting property is a harmonious blend of Castlegrange Cottage and a fertile patchwork of seven grazing paddocks, all offering mesmerizing vistas of Drumcliff Bay and the majestic Atlantic Ocean. Here, tranquillity meets adventure, making it the perfect destination for relaxation and exploration along the wild and rugged Wild Atlantic Way. A private entrance driveway welcomes you to the timeless elegance of Castlegrange Cottage. This charming abode features a warm and inviting living room with a wood burning stove, a well-appointed kitchen, practical boot room, three bedrooms, a family bathroom and separate shower room. The cottage offers a cosy retreat and an ideal situation to embrace the myriad amenities in the surrounding area. In total the accommodation comprises some 905 square feet [84.1 square metres]. As you enter the property through the front porch you enter the living room with the third bedroom to your right, the second bed to your left and the third to the rear of the living room. There is access to the kitchen to the rear of the home, which the leads to the family bathroom, shower room and boot room. To the rear of the cottage there is a block-built storage shed or workshop and to the side there is a detached block-built vehicle garage. The kitchen opens out to this rear yard. Sea facing this aspect of the house could be altered to maximise this magical coastal position. The lands adjacent to the cottage and included in sale boast breath taking views, both ocean and mountain. Castlegrange Farm presents excellent road frontage, ensuring easy access to this hidden gem. The paddocks easily interlink and directly bound the high shoreline of Artarmon strand. With direct ocean frontage there is that rare opportunity for seaside enjoyment and to live the Wild Atlantic Way lifestyle and ethos. Castlegrange has been in the same family, the Mulroney’s since the early 17th-Century. In the annals of Castlegrange, the name Ardtermon carries a profound significance. It is a place of safety, a sanctuary nestled high above the ebb and flow of time. This ancient moniker has witnessed centuries of history, echoing the very essence of Castlegrange. Today, Castlegrange stands as a testament to the enduring power of heritage, where the echoes of the past resonate in every rustling leaf and rolling wave. In more recent times Castlegrange found itself intertwined with a prominent figure in Canadian history. Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney embarked on a quest to trace his roots, enlisting the expertise of the esteemed Irish Genealogical Company. Their meticulous research led to a revelation that would forge a powerful connection. Mulroney's ancestral records spoke of a farm perched in a high, safe haven overlooking the majestic Sligo Bay. Here, he discovered a piece of his family's legacy, a place that would become an intimate sanctuary for him. Sligo town centre is a 20-minute drive and Drumcliff a mere 10-minute drive from the property. Raghly Harbour is mere minutes away, where private boats can be docked. The Raghly Cliff Walk, and yellow strand beach are also a stone’s throw away meaning there will never be a shortage of adventure. Shannon airport 2 hours 35 minutes, Belfast airport 2 hours 45 minutes and Dublin airport 2 hours 55 minutes driving. Galway city 2 hours 35 minutes. Sligo boasts a stunning, uninterrupted, and wild coast, which attracts surfers and water sport enthusiasts year-round. The Ox Mountains, Benbulben and Knocknarea provide beath-taking, well-marked routes for walkers, and there are an abundance of scenic driving and cycling routes. Sligo city has a vibrant urban culture and throughout the county there are historic sites dating back to early civilisations. For visitors and dwellers alike Sligo offers an enriching visitor experience.



External size
121,405 m²
84 m²
Year of construction

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