Overlooking the mouth of the Shannon with spectacular views south to Kerry Head and the Macgillycuddy Reeks and west towards the Dingle Peninsular, the house is surrounded by lawns, gardens and rock walls. Built as a Summerhouse for the McDonnell Family, descendants of the Earl of Anrtrim and designed by the same architect as Dromoland Castle, the property sits on 20 acres with 800 feet of own waterfront in the grounds and a nice sandy beach within 5 minutes of the house. There are walled gardens and yards to the rear including a garage, a tennis house, a tennis court, 2 dry sheds, fuel shed, and boiler room with central heating unit. The first floor consists of entrance hall, reception hall, dining room, fully equipped kitchen, drawing room with original marble fireplace, television room, living room/bedroom, bathroom, separate toilet and a double bedroom. Leading downstairs is a restored original oak staircase. The downstairs are partly tiled and partly carpeted and consists of a billiard room, utility/wine cellar, 3 double bedrooms, leisure area with sauna, steam shower, whirlpool and solarium and 2 bathrooms. This property is located 5 km away from the seaside resort town of Kilkee, which has a famous horse show sandy beach, an abundance of restaurants, traditional pubs, hotels, golf course and beautiful scenery, which a stunning cliff walk. Also 5 km away is the picturesque Village of Carraigaholt, which has its own harbour where you can buy fresh fish directly adn wonderful restaurants. There is a sandy beach only 5 minutes walk from the house.