Sneak peek – beautiful thatched cottage for sale in Ireland
This beautiful thatched-roof home has been put on the market in Co Down, Northern Ireland.
The five-bedroom detached home is perfect for a growing family, as it is surrounded by nearly two acres of open countryside, and also boasts an indoor heated swimming pool.
It is being sold through daft.ie, with an initial asking price of €337,727.
The kitchen features stylish natural cherry hardwood units, with high spotlights from the high ceilings.
It opens out into the dining area, which is plenty spacious enough for a dining table and chairs for family and friends to gather around.
The open plan design is continued downstairs, with the living room area connecting to the dining room.
A delightful wooden staircase takes you upstairs to the five bedrooms, two of which feature an en-suite bathroom.
The house also includes a rear patio decking area, perfect for entertaining during the summer months.
However, it will be the indoor heated pool that will catch the eye of many potential buyers.
It measures 50 square metres in area, giving ample space to do a few lengths to keep fit or just to play around with the family.
The beautiful home is rounded off with hardwood double glazing, an external garage, and a quadruple zone intruder alarm system.
If you would like to find out more about the property then visit daft.ie.
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