Have a ball at this grand country house with private bar on the spectacular Sligo coast

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Amy Mulvaney 29/04/2021
Easky House dates back to the 1830s.

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LOCATED ON NINE acres of private grounds in Easky, Co Sligo, Easky House is the kind of property you might dream of buying if you won the lottery.  

Dating back to the 1830s, the seven-bed residence boasts incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean and across to Sligo Bay. 

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Easky is renowned for being one of Ireland’s most popular surfing destinations, with huge ocean swells allowing for year-round surfing. The coast is a five-minute drive (or 20-minute stroll) from the property, meaning you can easily catch the waves for sunrise or sunset if you wish. 

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The property, which is built in the Regency style and extends to over 5,000 sq ft, boasts a beautifully restored interior, with features including ornate plasterwork to the ceilings, sash windows, marble fireplaces and decorative coving. 

The ground floor comprises four reception rooms, a bar, a kitchen and a utility room. Upstairs, there are six bedrooms – five of which benefit from en suite bathrooms – and the main bathroom.

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Each room is filled with natural light thanks to the large windows throughout, with picturesque views of the ocean from many of the rooms. 

There’s plenty of space to unwind and to entertain at Easky House, with formal reception rooms, a games room and a cosy bar. The bedrooms are hotel-worthy, with high ceilings, beautiful views and luxury en suite bathrooms. 

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The property has been carefully restored in recent years to maintain all of its original character and charm, while also benefitting from all of the conveniences of modern living. 

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The grounds at Easky House are idyllic. Rolling lawns, mature trees and natural stone walls create a tranquil and magical feel, while the Wild Atlantic Way route passes right by the front driveway. 

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Separate to the main property, there are two unrestored barns on the grounds which could easily operate as guest accommodation, subject to the relevant planning permissions. 

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There are plenty of activities to enjoy in Easky aside from surfing, including scenic walks along the coast and salmon fishing in the Easky River. Enniscrone Golf Club is a 20-minute drive away, while Strandhill is a 40-minute journey. 

With a spectacular location, a magnificent interior and unbeatable ocean views, Easky House is a property like no other.

Easky House, Easky, Co Sligo is on the market for €1,850,000 through Alexandra Love via Daft.ie.