Cappaghnagapple, Cloghbrack, Clonbur, Galway, F12X765 F12X765Sold E2

Viewing Details

The true potential of Ceapach Na gCapall Cottage can only be appreciated in person.
So whether you are planning to enjoy a slice of the good life while remote working or searching for the perfect country bolthole for holidays and weekend get-aways, get in touch with Property Partners Emma Gill now.

Viewing hours are flexible. For more information call Emma Gill on 087 7999955 or 094 9542819/091 884000.

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Located on the Cornamona road from Clonbur, the property is just a short drive from Cong the home of the internationally-renowned Ashford Castle.

Other local attractions include the stunning Loughs Mask and Corrib together with scenic walks, a golf course, racecourse, restaurants, bars and much more.

A 20-minute drive takes you to the well-serviced town of Ballinrobe and the county town of Castlebar and tourism hotspot of Westport are just a 50-minute commute, while an hour's drive will have you in Galway.


The accommodation includes a hallway and a generous living area with a large, solid fuel stove.
The adjoining, quaint kitchen is accessed via a characterful arch and boasts bespoke pine worktops and units.

The cottage has two double bedrooms and a main bathroom with an electric shower.
It also has a novel loft room with Velux windows which is accessed via a staircase from the living room and is perfect for a work-from-home set-up.

The property is heated via a dual oil/back boiler system. Water is provided by Clonbur Water and it's through Irish Water, but this will have to be connected. There is spring in the grounds which is currently not being utilised.

Studio apartment
The spacious studio apartment is just a few short steps from the main cottage and could be adapted for a myriad of uses.

This newly-renovated unit features new doors and windows, a fitted stove, a loft and a basic bathroom.

BER Details

BER: E2 BER No.108506767 Energy Performance Indicator:351.18 kWh/m²/yr


Set on a 0.73 acre site, Cepach na gCapall sits in a tranquil, rural idyll yet enjoys easy access to some of the west's leading cultural and commercial centres.

The cottage was originally built in the 1950s.

Recent renovations have lent it a contemporary, light and airy feel while retaining much of the charm of its mid-20th century heritage.

In essence it's a blank canvass, awaiting the unique stamp of its next owner.


Property Partners Emma Gill is pleased to present this exciting option that combines a charming, two-bedroom country cottage and converted barn that offers an attractive studio-style space - ideal for a home office or even a studio for the creative type.

Nestled at the foot of gentle, rolling hills and boasting breathtaking lake views, Ceapach Na gCapall Cottage presents a unique prospect for someone looking to escape the rat race and make their own mark on a generous holding that can accommodate both home and work life needs.