" Stream Valley", Prohoness, Aughadown, Skibbereen, Co. Cork. P81PY504448

Property Elevation.
Property Elevation.
Rear elevation
Rear elevation
Rear of property
Rear of property
Double Garage
Double Garage
Detached Garage
Detached Garage
South Facing Conservatory with decked seating area
South Facing Conservatory with decked seating area
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Property Status For Sale
Property Type Residential
Property Location Skibbereen
Property Price €625,000

This is a great opportunity to acquire a superb property at Prohoness, Aughadown, Skibbereen, Co. Cork. A property with charm, character and a property with further development opportunities for the new owner to put their own stamp on the property. Sitting on C. 2.1 acres and located between Skibbereen and Ballydehob and just over an hour’s drive from Cork Airport has this property ideally located. The current owners have undertaken a labour of love restoring this old traditional house and replacing the many extensions built with traditional stone. The house consists of a large south facing conservatory with double doors to a newly constructed decked area, living room, sitting room ( could be a bedroom / study), large unique bathroom closet with wash area. A beautiful kitchen with many features including the curved window and curved worktop, large spacious dining room with double doors to a decked area with a Perspex roof. A large well laid out utility room, the 1st floor has a landing and two bedrooms and a third bedroom presently used as a storeroom. There is a large building connected to the main house which would make (when renovated) a huge extension to the house. Across the courtyard there is a large restored double garage, all rebuilt with natural stone. In addition there is a second stone built outbuilding presently used for storage but could easily be converted to a guest annex. At the northern end of this building the owners have added and outside kitchen with gas hot, hot and cold water and a large fridge. There are a number of other buildings that have been restored, all adding to the charm of this property. The present owners have created a beautiful garden and the east side of the property with access through a stone built archway with steps down to a raised patio area bounded by a lovely stream which forms the boundary on the east side of the property. The garden has a large selection of shrubs, plants, mature trees with a pathway all the way around the garden. A truly beautiful area. On the west side of the property you have another restored outbuilding used for wood storage and a large area with mature trees and paddock all with access through a beautiful stone built structure with archway and pillars. On the opposite side of the public road there is C. ½ an acre with a stone built garage, a little greenhouse and again the stream forming the boundary on the east side of the property.

Overall a superb property, ideally located with huge potential for further enhancing the property.
A property that has to be seen to be fully appreciated.

Viewing is highly recommended


Superb Peacful location yet close to Skibbereen Town and Ballydehob village.

Lovingly restored.

Beautiful south facing gardens with stream. 

patio and seating areas throughtout the property.

Deatched double garagfe.

Detached single garage.

Detached stone outbuildings ( some not fully restored).

Large south facing conservatory.


South Facing Conservatory: 6m x 4m x 13m.
Slate floor, open beam ceiling, French door to south facing decked area, 2 radiators, recessed lighting.
Radiator stairs to 1st floor, slate floor.
Sitting Room: 3.6m x 3.9m.
Slate floor, fireplace with stove. Wood ceiling, radiator.
Living Room: 4m x 4.5m.
Slate floor, radiator, wood ceiling, wood shelving, stone built fireplace with recessed storage.
Boot Room / Closet area:
Belfast sink, wood worktop, high ceiling, slate floor, storage.
Ground Floor Bathroom: 2.6m x 4m.
Wood Floor, high ceiling, bath, toilet, vanity unity, open shower with stone wall finish, radiator, large windows.
Conservatory: 5.8m x 3.5m.
Lovely bright room. large area with slate floor, high ceiling, French doors to covered decked area, 3 radiators.
Kitchen: 7m x 3.2m.
Slate floor, kitchen units with worktop and curved window with curved worktop with sink and kitchen units, stone wall and plaster finish, radiator, wood shelving, fridge freezer, built in microwave with food heater, cooker with gas hob and electric double oven, large extractor fan, high ceiling.
Large Utility Room: 4.4m x 3.5m.
Wood worktop with sink and units with dishwasher, floor to ceiling units with pull out drawers and shelving, built in washing machine & dryer, concealed water and pressure pump, hot water tank, slate floor, radiator, wood wall shelving.
1st Floor landing with wood floor.
W.C. 1.3m x 2.1m.
Wood floor, units with wood worktop and sink with drawers underneath, toilet, painted wood ceiling.
Bedroom 1: 2.45m x 4.1m.
Wood floor, painted wood ceiling, radiator.
Bedroom 2: 3.7m x 4.1m.
Wood floor, painted wood ceiling, radiator, fireplace, open wardrobe with wood floor and radiator.

Raised covered patio area. 3.7m x 4.5m
Large Courtyard.
Large garden and storage building: 12m x 8m. Stone built with lean too area with many uses.
Large garden area with a pathway in place all around and stream forming the boundary to the east. This area is planted with a large selection of plants, shrubs and mature trees. Access is via a stone archway and steps to the patio area by the stream.

Stone Outbuilding (could make a guest annex) with outdoor kitchen including a double sink, hot and cold water, two ring gas cooker, large fridge.

Potential external bedroom with steps from the front, south facing front patio area with stone built miniature walls for shrubs etc.

Large unfinished original outbuilding with huge potential for extending the main house.

Services include electricity, oil central heating, private water, septic tank, broadband.

B.E.R. Rating: E2 B.E.R. Number 114675739.


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