Elgan is a delightful house, one of the original in Baltmore and it has, without doubt, probably the most beautiful garden in the area.
Stunning sea views and one of the best locations at just a 10 minute walk from the village.
The house is ideally set up up as a holiday home with four bedrooms - one with a double bed, one with two singles, a double with two queen size beds, a single bedroom.
Bathroom 1 - Toilet , Bath with Shower
Bathroom 2 - Toilet , Shower Enclosure
The second bathroom is also a wet room and a utility room with a washing machine and a tumble dryer
4 Bedrooms, Sleeps 7
Bedroom 1 - 1 Large Double Bed
Bedroom 2 - 2 Double Bed , 1 Cot
Bedroom 3 - 2 Single Bed
Bedroom 4 - 1 Single Bed , 1 Sofa bed/Futon
The bedrooms are all upstairs, 3 of the front facing bedrooms have beautiful sea views. The second bedroom has room for a cot or a sofa bed or two! The back bedroom has also room for a sofa bed or we have fit two!
Two sitting rooms one with open fire, one with a solid wood stove. Beautiful sea views, one of the best locations in the area. Wet room including utility room.
The garden includes both a patio area and a decking area with outdoor dining for 10 - possible to move chairs from kitchen to add more. An outdoor wood burner for extra ambiance.
The garden is ideal for sunbathing, reading, taking coffee and watching the sea views. The house has a fantastic layout and warm feeling.
Baltimore enters history as a seat of one of Ireland's most ancient dynasties, the once mighty Corcu Loígde, former Kings of Tara and Kings of Munster.
Baltimore attracts many visitors from within Ireland and the population booms in summer months due to the large number of summer homes that have been built in the area in the last ten years. Baltimore also attracts visitors from elsewhere in Europe and the world, particularly those interested in seafaring. Baltimore has also became a very popular venue for scuba diving, due largely to the number and variety of shipwrecks in the bay. These include a World War Two submarine (The U-260) and the bulk carrier Kowloon Bridge.