Divine spot with space and grandeur

ABSOLUTELY fabulous colours and some flair have taken the Old Parochial House in Miltown Malbay light years away from its original, ecclesiastical state.

Once the home of the local parish priest, this building has a sense of grandeur and space and was probably purpose-built in 1870, about 15 years after the Famine.

Running to 2,620 sq ft, and with high ceilings and original features, this is now a warm and inviting family home, says Mary McGann of Sherry FitzGerald McMahon. She’s selling the property for offers in the region of €398,000 and has already reached the €370,000 mark, a strong price for the area.

The Old Parochial House has wonderful sea views and is just a mile from the beach. It has an acre site with mature landscaped gardens.

Inside, there’s plenty of room for a large family. Apart from four bedrooms, there’s a huge drawing room, a large kitchen/diner, a study, library, large sunroom and two bathrooms, including jacuzzi. There’s also a garage and fuel shed.

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