In Dromineer, where the lakeside living is easy – at €675,000

Four-bedroom home on the shores of Lough Derg is ready for the holidays

 

Tamona, a property near the popular boating centre of Dromineer in Co Tipperary is a house that’s made for holidays.

The four-bedroom single story home is on shores of Lough Derg on the River Shannon, surrounded by over an acre of garden, much of it fronting onto the water. It has a private harbour and slipway, and a large garage for storing boating an dfishing paraphernalia.

The property is for sale through Sherry Fitzgerald with an asking price of €675,000.

At this time of year Lough Derg is teeming with boats and windsurfers while walkers beat a path around the shore. There’s fishing from March to September, though undoubted the height of it is during the Mayfly season. At this time of year, it’s one of the most popular holiday home spots in the country: waterfront homes are open for the season and there’s a buzz in the surround villages and towns where the pubs and restaurants do a brisk trade.

Tamona is a fairly typical lake side home with its big picture windows making the most of the view. Inside, the 158 sq m (1706 sq ft) house has a simple layout with a large airy living room with patio doors to the garden and a high, redbrick fireplace. An efficiently laid out pine kitchen opens directly into a spacious sun room with a vaulted pine ceiling and room for both seating and dining. This room too has wide patio doors leading out to the garden with a pathway leading down to the water.

Three bedrooms, one of them with an ensuite, lead off a bedroom corridor. The fourth bedroom, along with a kitchenette and a shower room make up a small nanny or caretaker flat that has separate access.

Tamona is six kilometers away from Domineer, which has one of the oldest yacht clubs in Ireland in the Lough Derg Yacht Club. It’s also about six kilometers from the village of Ballycommon where The Thatched Cottage is a popular pub and eatery.

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