A stunning historic Easkey property billed as “the greatest surf shack in the world” has gone on the market with a cool €1.85m asking price.
The 1830s-built, Regency style Easky House has only changed ownership three times in almost two decades, making its sale a unique opportunity for any house-hunters who happen to have a couple of million Euro to spare.
Located on a 9 acre site on the Wild Atlantic Way tourist trail and less than 1km from the picturesque Easkey village, Easky House is built on sea fields that now form the shoreline of one of Europe’s hottest surfing spots and boasts majestic, uninterrupted views of Sligo Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.
The property has been meticulously and sensitively restored to an extremely high standard in recent years but still retains all of it original character and charm in such stunning architectural features as elegant high ceilings, shuttered sash windows, elaborate plasterwork and decorative marble fireplaces and architraves.
It extends to circa 5,000 sq ft and boasts four reception rooms, a bar, kitchen and utility rooms and six bedrooms – five of which are en suite.
There are also two unrestored barns on site with superb development potential.
Further details are available via http://www.easkyhouse.com/