REA John Lee are delighted to present to the market Portryan House & Cottage. This unique property consists of two houses, extending to c. 3,182 sq.ft. in total, contains several multi-functional spaces that suit those working from home and has excellent access to the mid-west region and beyond. The farmhouse, stables and coach house are arranged around a pebbled rectangular courtyard. The main farmhouse has a modern look inside, with double-glazed wood-framed windows throughout, while it retains its old-world features. It has two staircases, one leading from the dining room to the main bedroom (with en-suite bathroom, containing WC, bidet, bath and shower). The second stairs at the back of the house lead to the second and third bedrooms, situated over the sitting room, with open fireplace, leading to a home office and the family bathroom (with WC and shower). The dining room, with wood burning stove, is situated beside the bespoke Quaker style kitchen, which has a built-in Rangemaster stove, large fridge-freezer and dishwasher. In 2009 the property was extended adding a pantry, a door to the riverside outdoor seating area, and a bright and modern sunroom with two large feature windows. The sunroom connects to the multi-functional stable room, which can be used as a magnificent master bedroom, but could also be a treatment room, an architectâ??s office, yoga studio, etc. The stable room has glazed, sliding double doors leading to the side garden, which provides direct access to a path to the courtyard. The stable room has an en-suite bathroom (WC and shower) and a walk-in wardrobe. On the opposite side of the courtyard is the coach house, which is converted into a self-contained unit, comprising a large, double-height living room space, a small kitchen, a bathroom (WC, bath and shower) and a mezzanine floor/bedroom. The coach house has a small porch to the front and a backdoor that opens to the courtyard. It could be a home office in its entirety, a small rental property, a granny flat or guest amenity. While the location is private and has that rustic rural feel, it is only 1 km from Newport which has crèches, two primary and two secondary schools. Glenstal Abbey and School, a consistently top 3 ranking secondary day and boarding school is 5km away in Murroe, and the University of Limerick a 10-minute drive. Newport is 30 minutes from Shannon Airport and two hours by M7 motorway to Dublin.