– Wonderful family home in a private setting on the shores of Lough Rynn and adjacent to Lough Rynn Castle Hotel
– Four spacious double bedrooms.
– Well-proportioned reception rooms including a drawing and dining rooms.
– Extensive grounds include beautifully maintained gardens and woodland extending to approx. 2.35 Ha (5.81 acres).
– Separate stone building finished with a kitchen and bathroom suitable for a variety of uses subject to planning permission.
– 3 stables and hay/feed shed.
– Direct access to Lough Rynn.
– Approx. 6 minutes to the small local town of Mohill.
– Approx. 20 minutes from Carrick-on-Shannon and just over an hour from Knock Airport.
Clooncoe House is rich with history and dates back to the 1800s to the Clements family Earls of Leitrim. The house once served as the home for the stewards and estate managers of Lough Rynn Estate for two centuries.
A charmingly decorated entrance hall with classic Victorian tiling welcomes you into Clooncoe House. A front drawing room to the left has a dual aspect, looking on to the lawns and gardens. This space exudes elegance and could comfortably accommodate large parties. On the other side of the hall a door leads to an inner hallway. Off this is the kitchen which holds a Stanley range, exposed ceiling beams and original flagstone flooring, creating a very homely and cosy family space. At the end of the hallway is the magnificent formal dining room. This is a bright and light- filled space with solid wood flooring and large double doors providing a seamless transition onto the patio where one can enjoy views of the water and surrounding countryside. Beyond this lies a generous double bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and views of the magical woodlands.
A breakfast room, bathroom and pantry lie beyond the kitchen.
Upstairs there are three spacious double bedrooms one of which is ensuite. Each bedroom is carpeted throughout and has timeless sash windows complemented by matching window shutters. This charming family home offers elegance and comfort. Cosy fireplaces warm the house in winter while the sunny dining room allows enjoyment of the gardens and nature at all times of year.
Gardens and Grounds
The property is approached by a tree lined driveway of native beech and oak tree, entered via a dual entrance both with crafted stone pillars and a pair of decorative cast iron gates eventually culminating in a turning circle and a parking area with ample space.
The c. 2.35 hectares (5.81 acres) of beautifully landscaped gardens and mature trees at Clooncoe House gift a truly private oasis within its boundaries as well as idyllic viewing points of Lough Rynn. Manicured lawns and ornate box hedging encompass the house and reaches around to a suntrap patio which is ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining. From there it rolls down to extensive gardens with walled herbaceous borders planted with a selection of shrubs and flowers including perennials, hydrangeas, agapanthus and dahlias that create a colourful backdrop to Clooncoe House during the Summer months.
As you take the walkway down to the waterfront, you are fully immersed in nature under the woodlands canopy which covers the vegetation below filled with delicate snowdrops and bluebells blooming during the Winter and Spring. With direct and private access to the Lough Rynn, you can enjoy a host of water activities such as boating, canoeing, fishing and swimming.
A separate charming stone front building with original features is situated adjacent to the main house. It is currently used as a snug with a kitchen, separate bathroom and upstairs loft, suitable for a variety of uses subject to the necessary planning permission. Outbuildings include a stable block comprising of 3 stables and a larger shed to rear that could be used as a home gym or a number of other uses.
Clooncoe House is situated in a private secluded setting, originally part of the historic Lough Rynn Estate. It is located on the shores of Lough Rynn just 6 minutes outside the busy local town of Mohill in County Leitrim. Mohill is a beautiful and peaceful place surrounded by lakes and the Rinn River making it a haven for outdoor lovers with a host of water activities such as kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding and rowing as well as being a hot spot for coarse angling. The area is popular with visitors and offers a number of traditional Irish pubs as well as a couple of casual dining spots.
Clooncoe House is situated adjacent to one of Ireland’s most luxurious four-star hotels Lough Rynn Castle and Gardens, set on 350 acres of beautifully maintained walled gardens and ancient woodland walks. Mohill also offers both primary and secondary schools as well as creche facilities. Mohill offers a wide range of sports facilities and clubs including GAA, soccer, basketball, athletics, kayaking, angling and so on.
The nearby town of Carrick-on-Shannon is a vibrant town situated on the shores of the River Shannon and is the cruising capital of Ireland. The town is ideally situated at the gateway to both the River Shannon to the south and the Shannon-Erne Waterway to the north. Carrick-on-Shannon offers a multitude of opportunities for every visitor with a wide range of wonderful cafes, bars, restaurants, hotels, entertainment and shops.
There are a number of excellent golf courses within 30 minutes’ drive of Clooncoe House at Carrick-on-Shannon Golf Club, Ballinamore Golf Club and County Longford Golf Club. Ireland West Airport at Knock is just 1 hour and 10 minutes’ drive away with direct connections to many European destination while Dublin Airport is approx. 1 hour and 45 minutes’ drive from the property.
– 1.7 km / 3 minutes to Lough Rynn Castle
– 5.3 km / 7 minutes to Mohill
– 22 km / 22 minutes to Carrick-on-Shannon
– 81 km / 1 hour 10 minutes to Ireland West Airport at Knock
– 139 km / 1 hour 55 minutes to Dublin
– 144 km / 1 hour 50 minutes to Dublin Airport
All distances are approximate.