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Saturday 21 April 2018

Getting the best of both worlds

Private setting but near town

The property includes a two-storey house which was built in 2003
The property includes a two-storey house which was built in 2003

THE PRIVACY of the setting is just one of the selling points of a residential property on 25ac in Co Clare. When privacy comeswithin six miles of a major town and close to a new motorway, it really is the best of both worlds.

Ballyogan House, a six-bedroom, timber-framed house at Barefield, Ennis, is located just off the main Ennis to Galway route in a rural setting and yet close enough to the nearly completed motorway.

A long driveway with timber post and rail fencing leads to an exquisite property, self-built by the current family in 2003. This inviting home has a stunning interior, is in pristine condition, and provides exceptionally bright and well-appointed family accommodation.

The property boasts many quality features and the rooms are all of generous size, including a fabulous triple-aspect living/dining and kitchen with sun room, making the most of all natural light available.

Upstairs accommodation includes four en suite double bedrooms, a fifth double bedroom with shared access to the main bathroom and one double bedroom/games room.

Outside, there is a double garage with insulated rolling electric doors, and on the grounds are a six-bay enclosed shed with six stables, tack room, machinery shed and a 20m x 40m floodlit sand arena.

Sherry FitzGerald McMahon are handling the sale and strongly recommend viewing. The agents suggest the property is ideally suited for someone with equine interests. They are asking for a price of €850,000.

Further details from Sherry FitzGerald McMahon at 065-6867866 or email

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