A beautiful thatched cottage with sea views in Co Wexford has gone on the market for €368,000.
Knocknasillouge, Blackwater, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford is a large two storey Thatched Farmhouse style property in excellent condition.
The property is in a great location. As well as wonderful sea views, it is situated within a 5 min walk to a deserted beach and a 20 min walk to a charming, lively village.
Inside, the home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a living room and a conservatory – each has an abundance of character.
It is being sold through sellmyhouse.ie.
Sellmyhouse.ie provide the following information as part of their listing:
Large Master bedroom with master ensuite jacuzzi bath and shower. Walk
in wardrobe room.
Second Bedroom with ensuite shower room,
Two more good sized bedrooms and family bathroom on 1st floor.
Library area with large window view to sea.
Large full height entrance hall with half door and winding staircase.
Ground floor large kitchen/dining room separate larder room,
Reception room with wood burning stove brick central fireplace and sliding doors leading to decking area.
Parlor/Living room with stone fireplace, laundry room, downstairs wc, study/office room, two large conservatories to rear of property.
Detached two storey garage with large Gym area to 1st floor, downstairs wc and shower.
Large lawn to front and suntrap decking area to rear with country views.
Take a look at the photos below.
Written by Michael Kehoe @michaelcalling
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