A waterside residence in a stunning location perched on the river bank with ever changing views of the Shannon River and the Clare Hills; boasting a private harbour, boathouse and approx. 400 ft of waterfrontage.
Ballina 1 km * Killaloe 2.4 km * Limerick City 26.5 km * University of Limerick 22 km * Shannon Airport 55 km * Dublin 185 km * Nenagh 20 km
Savills is delighted to present Molua, a charming 4 bedroom detached lakeside residence perched on the water's edge and enjoying a south westerly aspect with uninterrupted views down to Parteen Weir and across the river to the County Clare countryside.
The essence of Molua is the outstanding water aspect, framed by wonderful mature gardens and coupled with its own private harbour. The accommodation is laid out to take full advantage of the views. The main reception rooms have large picture windows and access to the sheltered terrace which runs the length of the house. The terrace is a wonderful suntrap and a perfect spot to enjoy the ever changing canvas of the Lower Lake / river, whether it is early in the morning or watching the magic sunsets over the water. At one end of the house is found the Spa room which has a large Jacuzzi and also enjoys far-reaching water views. This spacious room could be used for a number of purposes and would make the ideal sun room with its double doors leading directly into the garden. The one bedroom annex is flexible space with direct access to the main house but also could be used as its own self-contained accommodation. It has a small kitchenette, bathroom and off the bedroom is the sun porch.
The property extends to approximately 1.9 acres of mainly lawn and mature woodland interspersed with shrubberies and flowerbeds. A major feature of Molua is its waterfrontage, large covered harbour and slipway. This part of the lower lake is generally considered very quiet and private as there are few properties and much less river traffic.
The grounds of Molua contain many mature trees such as oak, beech, ash, walnut, hazel, alder and birch. The woodland garden, which is predominantly herbaceous perennials and shrubs, features ornamental trees such as magnolia, dogwood, Japanese maple, Daphne and stewartia. Amongst the shrubs are unusual specimens of rhododendrons, hydrangeas and camellias. In late winter / early spring, the woodland area comes alive with snowdrops, daffodils, bluebells, crocus and woodland anemone. This is a low maintenance garden expertly created and developed by the current owners over the last 20 years. There is also a much-loved tree-house.
Entrance Hall A spacious entrance hall with reclaimed oak parquet flooring throughout
Guest WC WC, WHB featuring a map of the lower Shannon across one wall
Drawing Room with large full length window with stunning views, reclaimed oak parquet floor, stone fireplace and double mahogany doors leading to dining room
Dining Room with stunning views, carpet, doors leading out to bbq area and double mahogany doors leading into the kitchen
TV Room with double doors leading from master bedroom, carpet, panelled ceiling and plumbed for sauna, door to Spa room
Spa Room with Jacuzzi -- a large circular shaped room to the side of the house with superb views out on to the water and countryside, tiled with underfloor heating, brick feature wall, panelled ceiling with heaters, and double doors leading out to the garden
Study a good size room with windows and slatted shutters, wooden floor, panelled ceiling, double doors leading in to spa room, double doors leading in from the master bedroom
Kitchen/Breakfast Room with tiled floor, fitted kitchen with Miele appliances and large Velux window
Back hall with door leading to garage, storage cupboard, laundry room with white goods, fitted cupboards, Belfast sink and tiled WC
Master Bedroom superb views of the lake, carpet, fitted wardrobe and double doors leading into the study and door to the TV room
Walk in Wardrobe with shelving and hanging space
En Suite Shower Partly tiled, double shower, WC and double wash hand basin
Bedroom 2 a good size room with a river view, carpet and fitted wardrobe
Bedroom 3 to the front of the house with carpet and fitted wardrobe
En Suite Shower fully tiled with shower, WC and wash hand basin
Family Bathroom partly tiled with WC, wash hand basin, bath/ shower and fitted storage cupboard
Garage with electric garage door, fitted worktop area and storage cupboards, and a door leading into the boiler room
Bedroom windows and slatted shutters with superb views of the water, carpet and pitch panelled ceiling
Walk in Wardrobe with carpet, shelving and hanging space
En Suite Bathroom fully tiled with WC, wash hand basin and bath / shower
Kitchenette tiled with Velux window, fitted kitchen unit, hob, microwave, fridge, sink unit and fan oven
Fixtures and Fittings
All blinds and shutters are included in the sale. All curtains, two ceiling lights (in the kitchen and entrance hall), tumble dryer and fridge in the garage are excluded.
Dual electricity with US sockets (110 + 220 voltage), OFCH, mains water, septic tank, alarm, highspeed broadband, satellite, Beam central vac system, Double glazed windows, electricity & water supply to boathouse and garden shed, external lights.
The property is held freehold
Viewing strictly by appointment only
+353 (0) 1 663 4350
BER Details - BER E2 - BER No.109712398 - Energy Performance Indicator: 369.47 kWh/M2/yr
Molua is within walking distance of the heritage villages of Ballina and Killaloe, which are connected by a bridge over the Shannon. The villages are situated at the southern end of Lough Derg and are a mecca for all water sports whether sailing, water skiing, boating or fishing. In fact, Killaloe has in the past been voted as the one of the most desirable place to live in Ireland (Irish Times Best places to live in Ireland).
The outdoor enthusiast could not be better placed as there are plenty of sports clubs and the whole area is a walker's and cyclist's pleasure ground. The Lough Derg Way passes through Killaloe / Ballina and continues along the Tipperary side of the lake.
There is an abundance of good restaurants, hotels, coffee shops and pubs in Killaloe and Ballina, including the Cherry Tree, Goosers, Ponte Vecchio and the Wooden Spoon.
Ballina / Killaloe will cater for everyday requirements and both Limerick city and Nenagh town are within 20-25 minutes' drive along the M7. Both locations offer all the large supermarkets and high street stores together with good boutique shopping.
The opening of the M7 motorway from Dublin to Limerick has greatly improved travel time. Dublin is under 2 hours' drive, while Shannon Airport is within 40 minutes and the University of Limerick within 20 minutes. There are a number of schools in Ballina, Killaloe and the surrounding areas for children of all ages and levels. Private secondary schools are available at Glenstal Abbey (Boys Day and Boarding school) and a choice in Limerick city.
Take the M7 North bound (Dublin) and take exit 27 sign posted Ballina / Killaloe and follow the signs for the R494 (Ballina). Travel approximately 3 km pass a Topaz Petrol station on the right hand side, continue and Molua is the third entrance after the Topaz on the left hand side, with a low wall and the house name on the wall.
Take the M7 South bound (Limerick) and take exit 27 signed for Ballina / Killaloe /Birdhill. Travel approximately 3 km pass aTopaz Petrol station on the right hand side, continue and Molua is the third entrance after the Topaz on the left hand side, with a low wall and the house name on the wall.
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20 Dawson Street
+ 353 (0) 1 663 4350