Deceptively spacious inside, the three bedroom home is full of character and is surrounded by mature gardens.
A unique stone cottage, Tawley is situated in the heart of an area of outstanding natural beauty on the border between Leitrim and Sligo, and its traditional charm feels appropriate for this idyllic location.
You enter the home into a hallway with a decorative mosaic floor, an original fireplace with a stove, and a handcrafted wooden staircase made out of yew branches and old school desks.
This leads through to the living room which has a stove and exposed beams. The kitchen and dining room have exposed brick walls, handcrafted fitted kitchen units with a Belfast sink, and two yew doors with stained glass. There is also a family bathroom on this level.
Upstairs are the three bedrooms, all of which have exposed brick walls and vaulted wooden ceilings. There are interesting details like stained glass and a built-in bed supported by a tree branch. The whole house is full of character at every turn, perfect for someone who is looking for something out of the ordinary.
Outside, there is a sheltered mature garden with mature trees and planting. There is also a stone outbuilding which has the potential to be converted into further accommodation, a studio, or a home office.
Situated near Cliffoney village, this home is not far from the coast, just 10 minutes’ drive to Mullaghmore, so is ideal for those who love beach walks, or perhaps water sports.
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