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Sunday 18 February 2018

Lakeshore Nest on market for €1.175m

STUNNING: The palatial Rook’s Nest at Ogonnelloe, Co Clare, has spectacular views over Lough Derg and comes with landscaped gardens, three en-suite bedrooms, a large dressing room and a nursery/gym
STUNNING: The palatial Rook’s Nest at Ogonnelloe, Co Clare, has spectacular views over Lough Derg and comes with landscaped gardens, three en-suite bedrooms, a large dressing room and a nursery/gym
Jim O'Brien

Jim O'Brien

The Rook's Nest at Ogonnelloe in Co Clare is a palatial house set on 13ac with spectacular views over Lough Derg.

The property also comes with a 0.25ac lakeshore site at Tinerana on Lough Derg, close to the main property.

Located 7.4km from Killaloe, 20km from Limerick and 20km from Nenagh, the 8,000sq ft house is on the market by private treaty with a guide price of €1.175m.

Accessed by a cut stone gateway with electric gates and reached by a long winding avenue, the Rook's Nest is surrounded by landscaped gardens with an abundance of mature trees and shrubbery.

Four solid limestone pillars frame the entrance to the house and a flight of terracotta- tiled steps lead to the front door.

The downstairs accommodation includes a large entrance hall, family room, sitting room, large double-height drawing room, music room, and kitchen/dining room.

There are three en-suite bedrooms on the ground floor, including the master suite, which includes a large dressing room and nursery/gym.

The first floor contains a large games room with bar area and shower room.

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Also on the first floor there are two further en suite bedrooms.

Stairs lead to the second floor room, which is currently laid out as a bedroom with en-suite bathroom.

Outdoors is a large four-car garage, while the 13ac of land is fenced by post and rail fencing.

Services include a well, oil-fired central heating, an alarm, electric gates and CCTV. The property is for sale by private treaty and the sale is being handled jointly by John Phelan of Harry Brann Auctioneers and Charles Irwin of Ganly Walters.

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