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- 3 bedrooms
Property descriptionSPECIAL FEATURES
Direct access to Lough Conn
Private access into residence
Stunning views of the lake and surrounding countryside
Magnificent modern residence of approx. 183 sq.m (1,970 sq.ft.)
Wonderful open spaces throughout the house
Separate 2 port garage
Approx. 0.99 hectares / 2.44 acres
Flooring is a poured resin in a matt grey finish throughout and black finish in office.
Driveway has crushed red granite from Scotland
State of the art bathrooms with Philippe Starck Bath in main bathroom suite.
Automated gates for access and garage
Pendant and dining chandeliers each hand selected for the house.
All 140 down lighting is recessed and anti-glare.
Situated just a 3-hour drive from Dublin and 40 minutes from Irish West Airport at Knock, Terryduff is magnificently positioned for a variety of cultural and sporting activities. Just 30 minutes away is the Great Western Greenway, Ireland's longest off-road cycling and walking route, traversing the Atlantic coast between Westport and Achill Island and the picturesque villages of Newport and Mulranny. Foxford Woollen Mills and the wonderful Museum of Country Life at Turlough Park near Castlebar are both a short drive away. The Cide Fields in North Mayo, less than an hour's drive away, contain the most extensive Stone Age settlement in the world and are almost 6,000 years old. An excellent variety of golf courses are close at hand including those at Ballina, Castlebar, Enniscrone and Mulranny. There are also magnificent equestrian centres close by such as Ard Chuan and Barnfield House. The house and extensive grounds are nestled on the northern shore of Lake Levally; the lake measures approx. 2km / 1.2 miles long and 1km / 0.6 miles wide and is renowned for its quality pike fishing. The extraordinarily beautiful Lough Conn is nearby. Foxford Railway Station, on the Dublin to Ballina line, is 9.8km / 6 miles from Terryduff, while Castlebar Railway Station, on the Dublin to Westport line, is just 21 km / 13 miles away. (All distances are approximate.)
Placed in a magnificent setting overlooking Lough Conn, Terryduff is a modern and open plan home that has been finished to the highest standard. Upon entering the lounge your eyes are automatically drawn to the views of the lake and with the abundance of large windows to their rear, it cannot be missed. The room is full of light and is comfortably laid out for entertaining and everyday living. The kitchen is a Leicht design with all Gagganau appliances including gas hob (5 ring including wok), 2x oversized self-cleaning ovens, wine cave and climate fridge included. There are also velux windows above letting in more light. The dining area again with rear views has access to the back garden. The lounge has a large panoramic window and is perfect for relaxing. Just off the lounge is the guest bedroom with double shower, sink and access to the rear.The master bedroom is large space with spot lighting, velux windows, complete with walk in wardrobe and ensuite that has double shower, w.c and w.h.b. The main bathroom has a large bath, double shower, w.c and w.h.b. There is a further bedroom with access to the gardens through double doors.The whole house is complete with poured resin flooring in a matt grey finish throughout and black finish in office and under floor heating thought-out. The house links seamlessly with the gardens and grounds, this being exemplified by the abundance of windows offering a plenitude of sunlight.The gardens are extremely private and secure with electric gates and mature hedging along the boundary to the front.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
The gardens and grounds are a magical space where every corner is another place to relax or unwind. The house nestles on the southern shores of Lough Conn, which has a splendid reputation for brown trout and salmon fishing dating back to the very beginning of angling in the west of Ireland. Historically, Lough Conn has also had a sizeable Arctic char population. The Lough comprises 14,000 acres and measures 14.5km (9 miles) from north to south. Lough Conn is the natural choice in the country for many international fly fishing competitions a measure of its reputation for producing fish. The lake is particularly popular during the May fly' and salmon are also taken, mainly by trolling, from the end of March to July.
TERRYDUFF, BOFEENAUN, BALLINA, COUNTY MAYO, F26 N2Y4, Meath, Mayo, Ireland
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