“John Giltinane & Associates are delighted to bring to the market this lovely 2 storey cottage which is part of Adare living history. This unique residence is beautifully presented and located in the heart of the picturesque Adare Village. The cottage has a wonderful location looking onto the village green and is within walking distance of the nearby primary schools, shops, bank, church etc. A stunning residence this 3 bedroom family home offers the opportunity to avail of space, comfort and tranquillity while within easy reach of all local amenities in Adare village.
This is a unique residence and the opportunity to purchase an original cottage in Adare are rare. The cottage has been beautifully extended and designed to maximise space and light in the kitchen/dining area, with a sky light, flooding the space with natural light. The sitting room has an open fire place with timber flooring, with a view of the green to the front of the cottage. The downstairs bedroom could also be used as a study/office or a playroom. The main bathroom is fully tiled with a large shower. The second floor consist of 2 double bedrooms with build in wardrobes in both.
Located in the lovely village of Adare, it is a peek into 19th Century Ireland and contains some of the finest and rare examples of religious and medieval history. It is a friendly town with a variety of cafes, pubs, restaurants and boutiques as well as the five star Manor Hotel. There is also a wide range of sports clubs in the area including GAA, soccer, equestrian centre and golf clubs.
The residence is only 15 minutes from Limerick city, which boasts a major retail hub with a multitude of high end and high street stores as well as three universities. Limerick is also the home to major sporting facilities, such as Munster Rugby at Thomond Park, GAA sports and clubs, horseracing at Limerick Race Course and a selection of major golf courses in the vicinity.”
John Giltinane MIPAV TRV MMCEPI
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