Thatched Cottage For Sale in Co. Wicklow
Beautifully maintained thatched cottage with stunning countryside views and landscaped gardens.
Building Energy Rating: D2
Last update: 14th August 2019
Contact: Deirdre Hinchy
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Located in Wicklow, the garden of Ireland, in the quaint village of Knockananna, this thatched dwelling is surrounded by majestic views of the Wicklow mountains and in the middle of the Wicklow way. The renowned and beautiful Glenmalure Valley and Glendalough Lakes are a walkers paradise and just a short distance from the house. Close by you can climb Lugnaguilla, Leinster’s highest peak (900 mtrs).
This home was built approximately 25 years ago in a traditional style and has been maintained in excellent condition.
On the ground floor there is an open plan living room and galley kitchen (fully fitted with presses, counter and all appliances). There are double doors into the south facing conservatory with spectacular all around views of the countryside for all day sunshine. Also on this floor there is a dining room or double bedroom with presses. The accommodation is completed by a downstairs bathroom with bath, shower, wash hand basin and WC.
On the first floor, you will find a large main bedroom with built in wardrobes with access to a small bathroom from the bedroom and landing. There is a second double bedroom with built in wardrobe and also a single room on this floor.
The thatch was completely redone in 2003/04 with Turkish reed and has been maintained in perfect condition, the ridge having been redone in 2010.
Outside there is a beautifully landscaped cottage garden with a granite patio, pond, bird bath, herb and fruit beds, and a shed with facilities and shelving.
Locally there is a shop, school, church and newly refurbished pub with traditional Irish music. Dublin is a 50 km drive, Carlow 20km, Arklow 20km and Tullow 15km. Please note that the commute time to Dublin city will be in excess of 90 minutes.
Approximate location of Roisin Dubh, Knockananna, Co. Wicklow