Lub na hAbhann is a high quality development of semi-detached and terrace homes located on the famous Ring of Kerry in the picturesque village of Castlecove in South Kerry.
Beautifully situated along the main thoroughfare of the village close to the local shops, pubs, golf clubs and amenities, the homes offer stylishly designed energy efficient family/holiday homes for modern living, constructed to the highest of standards. Castlecove beach
is just over 300m from the homes and the renowned White Strand Beach is a kilometre walk away.
These 3-bed homes comprise c. 85 sq. mts. living space made up of open plan kitchen/dining/living room with WC on the
Ground Floor. On the First Floor are three spacious bedrooms and a bathroom. Each house has a garden to front and rear and parking for two cars. These homes are finished to a high standard and offer an intelligent use of space, a keen eye for style and are sure to appeal to any purchaser seeking a unique home/holiday home in a tranquil setting or for those who are looking for a base to explore the many attractions and beaches that South Kerry has to offer.
A3 rated family/holiday homes
Spacious well-designed rooms throughout
Located in the heart of Castlecove village
Central to all local beaches and attractions
Gardens to front and rear
98% efficient oil burner with PV solar panels.
BER A3 Rating
300mm attic insulation
All gardens laid to lawn
Tarmac parking to rear
Wood panel fencing to rear gardens
Solid wood flooring throughout
New PVC Fascia
Located between Killarney, Waterville and Kenmare, the picturesque village of Castlecove, with its award-winning beaches, is situated at the centre of South Kerry on the Ring of Kerry and Wild Atlantic Way. Nestled in the shadow of the MacGillycuddys Reeks mountains and the rugged Atlantic coastline of the Iveragh peninsula, the village is a popular destination for those seeking a relaxed way of life surrounded by some of the best scenery Ireland has to offer.
Castlecove itself is a traditional rural village, famed for its pristine beaches and white sandy coves. It hosts many activities and festivals throughout the year. Nearby is the 2,500-year-old Staigue Fort, one of the best archaeological examples of a stone fort in Ireland. Westcove pier is suitable for boat moorings and an excellent location for fishing.