A rare opportunity to access the exquisite charm of country living with the benefit of modern comfort will present itself in County Wexford in June when Quinn Property bring ‘The Weaver’s Haggard’ to the property market through an online auction.
The property is located at Courtclough, the Ballagh, just a few miles outside Enniscorthy town.
Set on a 4.5acre site the deceptively spacious five-bedroom detached residence will be offered in one or more lots and will come to the market with a guide price of €200,000.
The auction will take place at 12 noon on Friday, June 30, and speaking about the residence Jack Quinn, from Quinn Property, said the property is located in “a scenic and tranquil countryside setting that offers a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life”.
“One can enjoy leisurely walks, cycling along peaceful trails and the coastline, with a selection of fine beaches is a short drive away,” said Mr Quinn.
‘The Weaver’s Cottage’ combines rustic charm with natural beauty and the property is located just five minutes from Blackwater village which has all the amenities one could ask for including primary school, shops, pubs, church and restaurant.
The property is also just seven minutes drive from the Ballagh village which has a post office, convenience store and pub.
Meanwhile, the town of Enniscorthy and Wexford are just 15 and 20 minutes drive away, respectively.
While the property itself boasts all of the comforts of modern living there is history to it as well as the bungalow type residence is built on a footprint of the original farmyard and outhouses
“It exudes a cosy and inviting atmosphere,” said Mr Quinn.
In addition to the five bedrooms the house also boasts six bathroom, a large open plan living and dining area, kitchen, shower rooms and a spacious attic area.
One of the real benefits of the property is the fact it offers a real and true sense of rural tranquillity while still being within very easy access of shops and amenities. It was a point highlighted by Mr Quinn who said: “One of the highlights of this property is its connection to the surrounding land, providing a sense of privacy and tranquillity, with ample opportunity for outdoor activities, gardening, or simply enjoying the beauty of nature.”
“This property will appeal to a variety of buyers as a holiday home, family home or business opportunity,” he said.
The entrance hall measures 3.2m x 2.5m and features a timber floor and eye-catching spiral staircase.
The kitchen has marley flooring and a tiles backsplash while the living room, which is a large open plan design, has a timber floor and beamed timber ceiling with stained glass doors.
The four bathrooms also have showers while the fifth, en-suite bathroom, also has shower and there is an additional toilet on the landing.
The services include oil fired central heating, mains water and a large attic space. The land on which the residence is situated is excellent quality grassland with good road frontage and is suitable for a range of uses including equestrian and horticultural activities.
In summing up the benefits of the property Mr Quinn said: “’Overall, this property offers a unique opportunity for those seeking a rural retreat to embrace a peaceful and simpler way of life.”
This article was written by Brendan Keane and can be accessed here.