Savills | Coolbawn, Ballina, Co Tipperary, V94 DKX4 | Properties for sale
3,305 sq ft(307.04 sq m)
Guide price €475,000(£431,313)

Coolbawn, BallinaCo Tipperary, V94 DKX4

  • Sold

Key features

  • Sold in December 2019
  • Approx. 307 sq m / 3,304 sq ft
  • Additional land available
  • Stunning views over Lough Derg
  • Manicured gardens

Beautiful modern property with stunning views over Lough Derg

About this property

  • Coolbawn is an impressive, detached modern house centred upon magnificent, manicured grounds. It occupies an elevated, north-westerly facing position and a key feature of the property is the stunning outlook over Lough Derg and beyond to the rugged and unspoilt, rural landscape of County Clare. To the rear are excellent views towards Tountinna Mountain, which forms part of the Arra Mountain range.

    The house was constructed in 1993 and was extended and renovated in 2012. It is entered through a bell-mouth wall with electric gates and is accessed via a tarmacadam driveway which rises gently to a parking area at the side of the house.

    Extending to about 307 sq m/3,304 sq ft, the accommodation is set over two storeys and is well-laid out for family living and entertaining, as shown on the accompanying plans. The reception rooms and bedroom accommodation are well-positioned to benefit from the excellent views, including, the spacious study which provides a useful space for home working. The south-facing sun room enjoys the sunlight throughout the day, as well as the evening sunsets.

    A fourth bedroom is presently used as a dressing room by the sellers.

    Features of the house include ceiling roses, a decorative fireplace, architraves, a reading area on the landing and a small balcony off the master bedroom. There is double glazing and insulation.

    Situated on the northern elevation of the house is a triple garage which is constructed of oak with a pitched slate roof. Two bays are enclosed by timber doors, with the centre bay open. An over-hang roof on one side creates a covered area used as a log store.

    On the southern side of the house is a timber summer house with a covered decked area, ideally situated for the evening sunsets and lough views.

    The garage and summer house both have an electricity supply.

    The garden at Coolbawn is a notable feature. It has been thoughtfully landscaped and meticulously maintained by the sellers. It is principally laid to lawn, enclosed by hedging and has a terrace area surrounding three sides of the house. The terrace area extending from the sun room benefits from a glass enclosure which provides shelter without impeding upon the views. A gravel area with a water feature is to the rear.

    To the south of the house is a pond with fountain, decking, paths and flower beds.

    Paddock - owned but excluded
    A paddock adjoins the northern boundary of the property and extends to about 5 acres of grazing land. It is owned by the sellers and while it is excluded from the sale it could be made available by separate negotiation at an additional price. It includes an attractive stream.

    General Remarks

    Strictly by appointment by Savills Country Agency.

    The Eircode for the property is V94 DKX4.

    Fixtures & Fittings
    All fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale including garden statuary, light fittings, and other removable fittings, although some items may be available by separate negotiation.

    Private water, private drainage via septic tank, mains electricity, oil-fired central heating and broadband.

    Please be advised that the selling agents have not checked the services and any purchaser should satisfy themselves with the availability and adequacy of all services.

    Entry & Possession
    Entry is by agreement with vacant possession.

    Offers may be submitted to the selling agents, Savills, 33 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2.
    Email address:

    BER Details - BER B3 - BER No.112484506

Local information

  • Coolbawn is located within the Premier County of Tipperary, with easy access to the popular lakeside tourist villages of Ballina and Killaloe.
  • The surrounding area is renowned for its magnificent scenery and combined with the varied terrain, offers many attractive walks and routes for cyclists. 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 Tuscany, Goosers, Ponte Vecchio and the Wooden Spoon.
  • Ballina/Killaloe caters for everyday requirements and both Limerick city (30km) and Nenagh town (17km) are easily accessible via the M7. Both offer supermarkets and high street stores, together with good boutique shopping.
  • The newly built marina in Ballina will offer a wonderful amenity to sailing and fishing enthusiasts on Lough Derg.
  • The opening of the M7 motorway from Dublin to Limerick has greatly improved access. Dublin city is 178 kilometres distant, while Shannon Airport is 62 kilometres to the west.
  • There are a number of schools in Ballina, Killaloe and the surrounding area for children of all ages and levels. Private secondary schools are available at Glenstal Abbey (a day and boarding school for boys) and a further selection in Limerick city, including Colaiste Nano Nagle, Laurel Hill and Villiers School, some of which have buses collecting and dropping off at Killaloe.

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