BALLYOGAN HOUSE is not a property for the average buyer, even if the guide price is half of what it would have been in the boom.
A 21st century mansion, an immaculate American horse barn, and 25 acres are included in this property package, located at Barefield, just outside of Ennis in Co Clare.
The eight-year old two-storey residence is a highly unusual design, including a gull-wing projection that provides a triple-height sunroom, with triple aspect too.
It comes with the huge barn, six stables, tack and store rooms, a double garage and a floodlit sand arena.
The low-key country chic house covers 4,300 square feet of space, with six bedrooms, a range of living rooms and that funky sun-room.
It is well finished, with a bright, big kitchen area with oak shaker units and at its centre, with a large island/dining-table and quality appliances. It connects to the family room, sun-room, and outside to a sandstone patio with pergola, connecting to a barbecue area in the lawn.
Surrounding woodland comprises three-quarters of the land, offering great playing space for children and hacking trails for horses.
Ballyogan House comes with high-level insulation, solar panels, under-floor heating, pressurised hot water and a central vacuum system.
On the market with Diarmuid McMahon of Sherry FitzGerald McMahon for offers in the region of €850,000, the house ticks all the boxes for a high-end, family home with horsy extras.
Two miles from the Ennis bypass, Ballyogan House is also accessible from the M18 Crusheen bypass.
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