4 BR, 3 BA
Rosscarbery, Co. Cork
Seaclusion is a glorious newly-constructed coastal residence overlooking the estuary at Rosscarbery, the Atlantic coast and the Galley Head Light House. Set on eight acres of landscaped grounds and gardens, Seaclusion boasts 3,500 sq ft of architecturally-designed accommodation, including a stunning main residence, a fullyequipped guest wing and a utility wing/boathouse.The house has been designed to maximise the stunning coastal and pastoral views, with a bright and airy interior fitted with the very best quality materials available. Energy-efficiency is paramount at Seaclusion, which is heated using a geothermal heat pump and solar panels and has a dedicated rainwater harvesting tank and high levels of insulation and solar gain.This beautiful home is extremely private, on a hilltop location set back from the road with remote CCTV monitoring and alarm systems.Accommodation in BriefThe main house includes a spacious entrance hall; a large living/dining/kitchen area with sliding doors to a southfacing terrace; a utility room, store room, guest bedroom with en suite bathroom, master bedroom suite with walk-in dressing area and en suite bathroom. The guest wing has a further two spacious bedrooms, which could be converted to individual self-catering accommodation (subject to planning permission).The utility wing/boathouse includes a double garage space with a kitchenette and WC, insulated to domestic living standards, also with potential for conversion to living accommodation/a granny flat, subject to planning permission.Features: Dry stone exterior finish, reclaimed flagstones, geothermal heat pump, solar panels, underfloor heating, American oak and reclaimed pine wood floors, high quality Italian-design kitchen and lighting schemes, high quality sanitary ware; fully landscaped gardens with reclaimed and antique garden features, two paved exterior recreational /barbecue areas. The house is fully wheelchair accessible
3,500 sq. ft.
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November 30 2018 on International Listings