Thursday 20 June 2019


Kieran Falvey

For those with aspirations of being a country squire in Carrick-on-Suir, Haze Cottage could be ideal. The word 'cottage', however, is a bit of a misnomer really, as this tranquil property comes with nearly 3,000sqft as well as a fantastic location offering elevated views of the River Suir, Slievenamon and the Comeragh Mountains.

It is a split-level house and has been constructed to the highest possible standards. Features include geo-thermal heating, a surround sound music system, a full security system with CCTV cameras, and automatic entrance gates.

Accommodation comprises entrance hallway, cloakroom, utility room, spacious and airy open-plan living, dining, kitchen and bar area, four large bedrooms -- two en suite -- and two family bathrooms.

Donnacha Lloyd, of Coldwell Banker Lloyd, believes that the property has the potential to interest high profile clients who may be relocating to this area to avail of the amazing surroundings or the considerable work opportunities that exist in the "Twin Cities" of Waterford and Kilkenny. These also offer a wealth of social and cultural facilities. Haze Cottage is the retreat that so many aspire to while also having access to work nearby. To quote Charles Kickham's famous song (Slievenamon), "Alone all alone", and in many respects, Haze Cottage is in a league of its own.

For further information please contact Donnacha Lloyd of Coldwell Banker Lloyd on 01 849 9316 or visit the website

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