Ballyrisode House is a significant West Cork House, built c.1890 on 12.8 acres approximately of mature grounds and located adjacent to magnificent foreshore and beaches between the iconic West Cork villages of Schull, Goleen and Crookhaven.
The distinctive period house is listed on the Noted Buildings of Ireland Register. The house is described as, "detached L Plan, three bay, two storey, with gables on each bay, built c. 1890, and having recessed central bay balcony. The building is picturesque and demonstrates fine architectural design on numerous gables, timber barge boards and decorative mouldings."
The house enjoys 3,500 square feet approximately of overall internal space and comprises of an entrance hall, sitting room, drawing room, living room, kitchen, store and utilities room on ground floor. There are 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a sauna room on the first floor.
There is a west facing glass conservatory built off a distinctive stone wall and adjoins the drawing room.
There is an traditional farmyard of original stone built buildings with a potential separate entrance off a secondary entrance to the east of the property.
The grounds comprise 12 acres approximately of a west facing lawn field bordered by mature specimen trees and shrubs that have combined into a unique woodland setting.
There is significant restoration necessary at the property to restore it back to being a magnificent West Cork home in a coastal scenic location.
It is not often that an opportunity arises to purchase one of West Cork's iconic properties. There is potential to renovate Ballyrisode House and Gardens to its former glory whilst enhancing the fabric of the home into a modern vibrant property of distinction in an area of rare beauty.
Strictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Clonakilty on 023 8833995
BER No: 114483589
Performance Indicator: 393.09 kWh/m²/yr