Knockglass House, Knockglass, Crossmolina, Co. Mayo

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€1,200,000

Detached House
5 Bedrooms, 6 Bathrooms, Detached House

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Contact Name: James O'Flaherty

Agent: Lisney Sotheby's International Realty Ballsbridge

PSR Licence Number: 001848

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Property Description

An impressive 55-acre landscape of awe-inspiring natural splendor, Knockglass House stands as a timeless embodiment of 18th century elegance and allure. Nestled within this picturesque expanse, a majestic forest-framed winding road guides you to the property\'s entrance, unveiling a verdant oasis of open greenery that unfolds before your eyes.

On arrival a captivating home extends its warm welcome, offering a tantalizing preview of the marvels that await within. Passing through the stately grand front door, you are ushered into a magnificent entrance hallway, where echoes of history whisper through meticulously restored ceiling coving and intricate touring ceilings overhead. To the left, an elegant drawing room invites you to bask in its inviting embrace, each step a passage through time where heritage seamlessly intertwines with modern comforts.

On the right side of the entrance hallway, an equally expansive reception room extends a serene invitation, its panoramic windows offering sweeping views of the rolling lands beyond. Further exploration leads to the practical yet exquisitely styled utility room, with Miele appliances and smart storage solutions. Adjacent to this functional space, a well-appointed study beckons, providing a secluded enclave for focused contemplation and work.

The heart of the home unfolds as you traverse the inner hallway, revealing an impeccably designed solid birch ply fitted kitchen adorned with Italian arabescato corchia marble countertops and a classic Belfast sink. The adjoining pantry, boot room, and utility share the same exquisite craftsmanship and quality. A central breakfast island offers an ideal perch to savor the garden\'s tranquility through the floor-to-ceiling glass patio doors. Abundant natural light pours in through two impressive pyramid roof sky lights, illuminating the space where an electric AGA stands as both a culinary centerpiece and a nod to modern functionality.

A delightful surprise awaits in the southwest-facing living room, where a concealed bar emerges from within a cleverly integrated wall cove, adding a touch of sophistication and conviviality to gatherings and entertainment. The ambiance is further elevated by a collection of six fireplaces, four of which are original Georgian masterpieces meticulously restored and integrated throughout the residence, infusing refinement into every nook. Solid oak flooring graces the ground floor, enhanced with underfloor heating for a harmonious blend of classic and contemporary luxury.

Ascending to the first floor via hand-carved banister and finials reveals a realm of opulence. The master bedroom, complete with an indulgent dressing room and en-suite bathroom, radiates a sense of lavishness, providing a personal sanctuary to unwind each day. Four additional bedrooms grace this level, three of which boast en-suite bathrooms adorned with exquisite details, including a Cuprosa Copper bath and a free-standing Hampshire cast iron slipper bath.

Beyond the main house, a converted self-contained two-bedroom cottage, featuring its own kitchen, living area, and family bathroom. A cluster of 17 versatile outbuildings serve as storage sheds and stables, hinting at the potential for farming or equestrian pursuits. The walled garden/orchard, adorned with mature hedging and trees, offers an enchanting backdrop for outdoor relaxation and recreation.

To the right of the main house, a double-fronted car garage seamlessly combines practicality with aesthetic charm. Meandering along a stone path from here leads to the picturesque river Deel, where fishing rights for salmon and trout await, inviting you to bask in nature\'s magnificence. Two expansive grass fields beckon for leisurely strolls or recreational pursuits, completing the idyllic outdoor panorama.

Knockglass House stands as a graceful blend of historical opulence and contemporary luxury, meticulously rejuvenated to the utmost standards, a true reflection of the discerning taste of its current owners.

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Location

Knockglass House is located in County Mayo, in the West of Ireland. This estate is nestled in the breathtaking and unspoiled landscape of the region, characterised by the imposing presence of Nephin, the second-highest mountain in Mayo, and the nearby Lough Conn, a renowned fishing lake.


Knockglass House is situated in County Mayo, in the western part of Ireland.

It is surrounded by the stunning natural beauty of the region, with Nephin mountain and Lough Conn as prominent features.

Crossmolina, a small town located on the banks of the River Deel, is within just 3.5km of the property.

The town of Ballina, the primary urban centre of North Mayo, is approximately 11 km away.

For those interested in exploring further afield, Castlebar is about 41 km away, Sligo is approximately 70 km away, and Knock Airport is 51 km.

Amenities:

Golf enthusiasts can choose from various local golf courses, including the top-class links at Enniscrone (25 km), Ballina Golf Club, and the Championship links at Carne in Belmullet.

The property also caters to fishing enthusiasts, as it is situated with direct access to River Deel including fishing rights. The River Deel is a feeder lake to Lough Conn, known for its excellent salmon and trout fishing. There\'s a specific fishing spot known as the Bishops Pool, which measures 16 feet.

The serene and picturesque surroundings of Knockglass House make it an ideal destination for those seeking tranquillity and a connection to nature.

With its proximity to the River Deel, Lough Conn, and the stunning mountainous landscape, the property offers a wide range of outdoor activities and opportunities to explore the natural beauty of County Mayo.

A 3-acre walled garden/orchard at Knockglass House is a delightful addition that elevates the property\'s appeal, particularly for individuals who have a passion for gardening.

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This property was last updated: 311 days ago


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Lisney Sotheby's International Realty Ballsbridge
103 Upper Leeson Street Dublin 4

Contact Name: James O'Flaherty

PSR Licence Number: 001848

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This Detached House located at Knockglass House, Knockglass, Crossmolina, Co. Mayo is currently for sale. This property was last updated by Lisney Sotheby's International Realty Ballsbridge 311 days ago. Knockglass House, Knockglass, Crossmolina, Co. Mayo is priced as: €1,200,000 and has 5 Bedrooms, 6 Bathrooms. View all properties for sale in Crossmolina, Co. Mayo. View properties for sale with 5 bedrooms in Crossmolina, Co. Mayo.
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