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Cott's Ford Cottage,Halverstown East,Naas,Co Kildare,W91 A4YP, W91 A4YP€620,000 C1

3 Bed Cottage 219 m² / 2357 ft² For Sale

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Description

Sherry FitzGerald O'Reilly are delighted to welcome you to Cotsford Cottage, a residence of wonderful character, sitting on the banks of the River Liffey, just outside Naas. This is a picturesque property, exuding charm and originality. Set on 1.5 acres approximately the property boasts magnificent gardens, filled with mature evergreen trees and the incredible Liffey flowing past.
This superb family home is in a rural setting but is just five minutes from Sallins Village or the Monread Shopping Centre. The busy shopping town of Naas is just 8 minutes away offering many boutiques, shops, schools, restaurants, cinema, theatre and sporting facilities. Racegoers can enjoy the racetrack at Naas and Golfing enthusiasts can enjoy the nearby Palmerstown, Naas or Killeen golf clubs all within 10 minutes of this house. Those who love fishing or canoeing can delight in the riverside setting of Cotsford Cottage.
The N7 Junction 9 is just 10 minutes' drive, and the Arrow train station to Dublin is available from Sallins making this house suitable for the commuter who appreciates country living.
The spacious accommodation includes entrance, hallway, living room, sitting room, kitchen, rear hall, guest wc. Upstairs 3 bedrooms (one en-suite) and family bathroom.

Accommodation

Entrance Porch 3.16m x 2.17m. The porch and the delightful half door set the scene for this beautiful home, leading you through to the welcoming entrance hallway. It has a Donegal sandstone floor and is open to the hallway and living room.

Hallway 7.87m x 1.22m.

Living Room 8m x 4.8m. The living room is a stunning space. It is of triple aspect, to take full advantage of the amazing views over the Liffey, its island and on to the open fields beyond. It has two large bay windows, with seating, and French doors to the gardens. The fireplace is made of salvaged brick with an oak mantle, elements also mirrored in the kitchen, giving a wonderful sense of continuity. It has a sisal floor and is open at either end to the hall.

Sitting Room 6.5m x 3.17m. This is a cosy room of dual aspect, with a cast iron fireplace and sisal flooring.

Kitchen 8.6m x 3.9m. The heart of this home, the traditional style kitchen is full of classic touches such as the Belfast sink and reclaimed cream Aga. The Aga is framed by salvaged brick with an oak over mantle, and the many hand-crafted cabinets are in rustic pine. All are complemented perfectly by the sandstone floor. This room is full of light, with five windows to rear. A spiral staircase takes you upstairs to the bedrooms. It is plumbed for washing machine.

Rear Hallway 2.17m x 1.4m. With sandstone floor and back door to garden.

Guest WC 2.8m x 1.45m. With wc and whb.

Upstairs

Hall and Landing 14.44m x 2.63m. This is bright and airy landing, with four Velux windows providing lots of light. It offers plenty of space for a home office. With large storage and hotpress off.

Bedroom 1 4.96m x 4.47m. This is a generous room of double aspect with far reaching views. It has built-in storge and sisal flooring.

En-Suite 1.85m x 0.8m. The en-suite offers an electric shower, whb and wc.

Bedroom 2 4.7m x 3.24m. This is a sizeable dormer bedroom with a large roof window and carpet floor.

Bedroom 3 4.7m x 3.3m. A large double, this room has a carpet floor.

Family Bathroom 3.58m x 2.3m. Completing the accommodation is the elegant family bathroom. It boasts a claw footed roll top bath, whb, wc and shower. It has pretty wainscotting to walls and a painted wooden floor.

Outside Two block built sheds are both 5.8m x 3.18m each, with shelving, and there is also a lean-to fuel shed.

Gardens From the gates, a gravel drive brings you through the gardens which are well planted with a range of mature evergreen trees, fruit trees such as plum and apple and lots of spring bulbs and perennials. To the front of the house, there are beds of roses and climbers. The fenced vegetable patch and the poly tunnel offer options for growing your own produce. The Liffey runs alongside the gardens and steps down to the water's edge offer the perfect spot for fishing or canoeing.

Features

Built circa 2000.
Exceptional detached property.
Original cottage extended and renovated in 1998.
Extends to a generous 219m approximately of accommodation.
Set on 1.5 acres approx. of lush lawns, trees and perennials.
Three bedrooms (one ensuite).
Oil fired central heating, with oil drip Aga also heating the water.
Double glazed hardwood windows.
Phone watch alarm system.
Many reclaimed features throughout the home.
All carpets and most light fittings included.
uPvc Soffit and fascia.
Two block built sheds to side and polytunnel.
Just 5 minutes to Sallins or Caragh and 8 minutes to Naas.
Five minute drive to the M7 or the Commuter train station in Sallins.

Directions

From Naas, take the Sallins Road, going straight through the roundabout. Take the next left turn. Follow the road for 3.3km and take a right turn after Blooming marvellous nurseries. Take the next right and Cots Ford Cottage is on your left hand side

Negotiator Details

Padraig Broe

Viewing Information

Strictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Naas on 045 866466

BER Details

BER: C1
BER No: 114777824
Performance Indicator: 166.88 kWh/m²/yr


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