Tawnies Cottage, Clonakilty, Co Cork, P85 FR41

€595,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty

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241 Sqm approx
4 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
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Description

“Tawnies Cottage” sits quietly surrounded by mature private landscaped walled gardens. The property comprises an exceptional period residence located on the hill overlooking the award-winning town of Clonakilty and its Bay. Positioned within a short stroll of all that the town has to offer, “Tawnies Cottage” is unique in this enviable setting.

TAWNIES COTTAGE
"Tawnies Cottage" is typical of its era in design with spacious rooms, complemented by tasteful renovations and extensions. The property is a rare opportunity to purchase a home that is full of ambience and character within the environs of Clonakilty Town.

The many features of the house include double glazed windows, oil fired central heating, enclosed stove in sitting room and original period room features throughout.

The accommodation includes Entrance Porch, Hallway, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Office, Kitchen / Breakfast Room, Living Room, Study/Bedroom, Utility, Master Bedroom en suite, Guest Bedroom en suite, Bedroom 3 and Family Bathroom.

THE GROUNDS
The Grounds contain 0.75 acre approximately of the finest gardens set within traditional stone walls and laid out with lawns, flower and shrub beds bordered by specimen trees, shrubs and hedging to maximise the privacy of this fine family home. The outbuildings include a workshop and potting shed.

HISTORY
At the time of Griffiths Valuation (1848 – 1864), Tawnies Cottage was in the possession of Margaret Shirley when the house was valued at £12 5s, the highest price for a building in the townland of Tawnies Upper. This Georgian Cottage is likely to date to c.1800, a time of great prosperity for the town of Clonakilty with the linen industry thriving, Deasy’s brewery expanding and its many mills in full flow. Uniquely, the footprint of Tawnies Cottage and the sites boundaries are largely unchanged from the earliest maps of Clonakilty (1837 – 1842).

LOCATION
Clonakilty is a popular residential, market and award-winning tourist town that attracts families interested in taking advantage of the fine facilities and amenities including excellent Schools, Shops, Sports and Recreation. The property is convenient to Inchydoney Beach and the many coastal offerings throughout West Cork. Clonakilty is 50 kilometres south west of Cork City and Airport.

SERVICES
o Oil fired central heating
o Mains water
o Septic Tank
o Broadband

BER Rating

Rating: D1

Number: 106215619

Energy Performance Indicator: 242.61 kWh/m²/yr

Contact: Raymond O'Neill

Phone: 0238833995

Email: ray@sfoneill.ie