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This house in Myrtleville, Co Cork with spectacular sea views is on the market for €850,000


By Megan Burns
19th Sep 2021
This house in Myrtleville, Co Cork with spectacular sea views is on the market for €850,000

As well as making the most of its views, the home has clean, bright interiors that feel calm and welcoming.

Located on the Coast Road, Atlantic House is a three-bed home that makes the most of its stunning sea views, sitting on an elevated site.

You enter the house into a tiled porch, leading to the hallway. A window at the other end gives you a glimpse of the sea view that awaits, and the high ceilings and wood panelling in this space make it feel bright yet warm.

Myrtleville Co Cork home

The kitchen is a main feature of this home. With its high, vaulted ceiling, wooden panelling, sea views, and a door out to the deck, it’s a space you would naturally gravitate to. Just off this space, through wide, bi-folding doors is a living room that also enjoys views of the water. 

There is a conservatory which has been positioned to get sunlight throughout the day, and also leads out to the terrace that overlooks the sea. 

Myrtleville Co Cork home

The three bedrooms are in a similar style to the rest of the house, with the main bedroom having a fireplace and a wall of built-in storage, as well as wooden panelling that has been painted in a soft, neutral shade. 

As well as the deck, perfect for al fresco dining, there is a garden on a lower level with mature shrubs and plants, and a lawn area. The house sits on around 0.3 acres in total. There is a separate double garage to the side of the property for parking and storage. 

Myrtleville Co Cork home

The house is also well located, situated just 6 minutes walk from Myrtleville Beach and 8 minutes from Bunnyconnellan restaurant. There are a number of beaches within a short drive, while it’s only 15 minutes drive to Carrigaline and 40 to Cork city.

Click through our gallery to see the full tour of this home, which is on sale through Lisney.

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