A beautiful thatched roof cottage in Co Galway has been put up for sale. The original minimum guide price was €325.000 but now that has been reduced to €270,000.
The 17th century property is named Fairy Bridge and is located just a mile away from the charming village of Oughterard.
It was once owned by Lord McCoy but was purchased by the current owners in 1993.
The property has undergone various renovations but still maintained its character with original features such beamed ceilings and exposed stone walls still in place.
Parts of the ground floor is open plan with the spacious living area connecting to the kitchen and breakfast room.
There are three bedrooms, two of which are en-suite, and also a traditional loft bedroom which can be accessed by ladder.
The property includes a series of outbuildings that can be used for storage, or as office spaces.
The gardens feature beautiful flowerbeds and rosebushes, and also has numerous nooks and crannies to relax and escape the everyday pressure and stresses of life and get in touch with nature.
Galway city is just a 30 minute drive away, with all the facilities and amenities needed, as well as being a vibrant city packed with attractions and performances from talented artists and musicians.
If you would like to find out more about the sale of FairyBridge then visit rightmove.co.uk.
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