This characterful Tudor style house is situated close to the village of Aughrim, a spacious four-bedroom property, with intriguing features and two acres of gardens sitting right on the doorstep.
Perfect for families or a group of friends, the enchanting interior is thoughtfully pieced together, with a comfy lounge, and a grand dining area which boasts plenty of seating, should you wish to host a gathering, or even just settle down with refreshments to admire the stone-work and exposed beams surrounding you.
With a wonderful woodburning stove, the warm ambience will guide you room to room, a cosy way to start any evening after a busy afternoon.
Discover the country cottage kitchen with its breakfast table, pew seating, and wooden units, neighboured by a helpful utility area for convenience.
Lastly, the ground floor benefits from an office, and a cloakroom.
Following the stairs up to the next level, you will be amazed by the layout, beginning with the twin bedroom, which leads through to the super king-size room, effectively designed with a freestanding bath.
Alternatively, choose the king-size bedroom introducing a series of beams, and its own en-suite Jacuzzi style bathroom.
Two doubles equally promise a good night's sleep, with a family bathroom and shower finishing the beauty of Derrywater House.
If you can steer yourself away from the acres of land, Aughrim is well-placed in a scenic spot, near where the Ow and Derry Rivers meet, overlooked by woodland hills in South County Wicklow.
In this neat village, there are a number of unusual granite terraced houses throughout the setting.
Aughrim offers a wide variety of activities with Fishing at the National Angling Centre or various walks to enjoy the local views in their entirety.
Five bedrooms: 1 x super king-size with freestanding bath,
1 x king-size with en-suite jacuzzi bath, handheld shower,s hower, basin and WC, 2 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, handheld shower, separate shower, basin and WC. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Cloakroom with basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast table. Utility. Office. Dining room with woodburning stove. Sitting room with open fire.
Note: This property has a refundable Good Housekeeping bond of €200.
About the location
AUGHRIM, COUNTY WICKLOW
Avoca 14 miles; Glendalough 16.4 miles; Dublin 44.5 miles.
Located roughly an hour’s drive south of Dublin city, Aughrim is a beautiful village, recently an all-Ireland tidy towns winner, set where several mountain valleys meet. The valley of the River Ow has fantastic scenery, and spreads north-west of Aughrim for about 10 miles to the base of Lugnaquilla Mountain. It is definitely worth a visit, with a selection of local pubs and restaurants, and landmarks such as the Old Mill and the local Catholic and Church of Ireland churches. As many buildings were constructed from locally-quarried Wicklow granite, Aughrim is locally known as "The Granite City".
There is a good housekeeping bond of €200 which is payable on arrival.