Dormer Bungalow c. 222 m² / c. 2,390 Sq.Ft. with 5 bedrooms, all ensuite.
On c. 12.75 acres with lofted double garage, boat shed and access to the River Shannon
Moneen House is a modern dormer bungalow built 2001 and set on c. 12.7 acres of lands that run down to the banks of the river Shannon with a natural slipway access.
The house features a large open plan kitchen / dining and living area. The kitchen has built in units and appliances and an oil fired Rayburn cooker that also fuels the central heating. There is also a solid fuel stove recessed into a feature hearth area around which seating is arranged. The dining area is in a sun lounge that is south facing and has double glass doors to the garden.
There is a separate large sitting room with open fireplace to the front of the house. The kitchen is complimented by a large utility room plumbed for washing machine & dryer.
There are two ensuite double bedrooms on the ground floor, both with built in wardrobes. There is also a study that can act as an additional bedroom.
Upstairs there are three large bedrooms. The master bedroom has a very large ensuite bathroom with separate shower, double sinks and glass brick detailing. A fully tiled bathroom with Jacuzzi bath is ‘Jack & Jill’ acting as a family bathroom or ensuite to the attaching double bedroom.
LANDS, BOATHOUSE & SHANNON ACCESS
The house is on a total of c. 12.75 acres in one holding and contained in Folio’s RN13457F & RN22655F.
A hardcore stone road, with a separate road access from the house, runs along the side of the house and down the middle of the lands all the way to the River Shannon.
It provides easy access to the lands which are divided up into paddocks. The lands are in good condition and last year there was additional works to the drains on the lands.
The road also gives access to the boat house. This is a modern steel frame building of c. 139 m² (1,496 Sq.Ft.) with a large roller shutter door c. 5.5m wide x c. 4.5m tall, The building has an eaves height of approx. 5.3 meters. There is power & lighting laid on and a raised mezzanine level for working on the boat.
From this boathouse the hardcore road leads down to a natural slipway access to the river. The access point is just south of Rooskey Lock onto a beautiful stretch of river the runs unimpeded to Tarmonbarry.
Beside the house there is a large lofted double garage.
The upstairs has its own door and could make an ideal home office.
Rooskey is situated just off the N4 Dublin – Sligo road and is a short drive from Longford Town (c. 12km) and Carrick on Shannon (c. 21km) there is also access to the Dublin-Sligo train in nearby Dromod Village (c. 5 mins drive).
This riverside village is split between Co. Roscommon and Leitrim with it’s large bridge straddling the Shannon. There are a number of services in the village with a popular local supermarket and a number of good pubs.
The house is situated on the Tarmonbarry road about 2km from the Rooskey bridge and is a quiet rural area with a number of one off houses nearby.
Mains Water & Septic tank, Oil fired central heating (Oil Rayburn Range) Fully Alarmed.
Eircode: N41 XD63 GPS: 53.818, -7.926
Viewing is strictly by appointment.
BER: C2 BER No.103061347 Energy Performance Indicator:175.82 kWh/m²/yr