Luxury Contemporary Style House with Magnificent Sea Views over Killala Bay

Luxury Contemporary Style House with Magnificent Sea Views over Killala Bay

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms
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Our home

Positioned on the 'Wild Atlantic Way' scenic route, in a raised spectacular but secluded setting, in 4 acres of private grounds overlooking the Atlantic at the River Moy Estuary; this extremely spacious 4000 sq ft house is a creative remodel of the 150 year old original building, providing large contemporary light filled living spaces. The main living room on the first floor is a magnificent 550 sq foot (50 sqm) light filled room with high ceilings and large windows all around affording panoramic views over the estuary as it joins the Atlantic from one aspect and rolling countryside from the other. Large flat screen TV provided with Irish and international stations over satellite.

On the ground floor, the spacious open plan kitchen, dining and living area is light and airy with large 10 foot (3 m) windows & natural oak floors. Superb setting for family dining and entertaining; fully equipped modern kitchen with breakfast bar, large dining area seating up to 12 and sitting area with TV corner large flat screen TV. French doors lead off to the large terrace and extensive gardens and grounds. There are 3 bedrooms; two doubles, one with en-suite bathroom, a twin bedroom with two single beds, a further family bathroom and laundry/utility room.

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Who we are

  1. We are a couple in our early fifties (non-smoker), Gerard and Tao; our twenty-year old daughter joins us on holidays sometimes if they fit her university life. We are self-employed working in property territory. we are flexible with our time, which facilitates our passion of travelling hugely. We have done home exchange five times: Paris, Roma, Barcelona, Amsterdam and Edinburgh. We knew how important to communicate with our exchange partners and to respect their homes. This might be the reason that all of our exchanges left us and our exchange partners beautiful memories.

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Ideal as a luxurious get-away or a base for touring Ireland's north west 'Wild Atlantic Way' with its beautiful coastline and many archaeological sites including local historic Abbeys at Moyne, Rosserk and Rathfran and the Ceide Fields Neolithic site and interpretive center. The local picturesque village of Killala with its 12th centuary Round Tower and small fishing quay (7 min) has several shops, a supermarket and several pubs, some with great food and music. Ballina (12 min drive) has a wider range facilities including several supermarkets, swimming pool, leisure center, gyms, cinema, hotel spa's and many restaurants from fine dining to casual to hearty pub food carvery.

The area is a fisherman's paradise with both shore fishing and boat charter for deep sea fishing available locally. Shore fishing is possible at numerous recognized fishing spots along the sea coast, river and lakes. Boat hire for deep sea fishing is available locally in Killala, there is local lake fishing at Lock Conn and and of course the famous Moy river, Ireland's richest salmon fishing territory.

There are several local quiet and unspoiled Blue Flag beaches, Ross, (15 mins) Lacken (30 mins & Enniscrone (30 mins); great cycling and walking on quiet country roads and mountain biking and hill-walking for the more adventurous. Horse riding, including tuition is available locally. Golf is a big attraction in this part of Ireland with internationally known links courses at Enniscrone (30mins) and Carne (1 hour) as well a local course at Ballina and several others within easy driving distance.

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