Superb 3 Bedroom Bungalow in ClareProperty Details: 3 bedroom and 2 bathroom (Showers only) Bungalow with Summer room and brick out house. Long drive, ample parking, large lawned area to the front with unbroken sea views and a lovely patioed and decking area to the side and rear with countryside views.Master bedroom with ensuite shower/toilet and sea viewsTwo further bedrooms with countryside views to the rear – one a large double or two bunk beds and the 3rd bedroom can fit a double also or a single or bunk beds.Well equipped kitchen with gas oven and hob, fridge freezer, dishwasher. Large enough for a 4/6 seater table or a small island for example.Summer room runs from front to back of the house at the side with triple aspect windows the front large window offering unbroken sea views and sliding patio doors to the rear, fully decked out with fine wooden panels. Double glazed doors through to the living room to offer privacy if required where you will find a lovely space for your sofa’s, TV and other furniture items with a large window offering unbroken sea views.This home is being offered as furnished and already has some lovely furniture that fits the space.There are steps that lead to a new front door with a small vestibule and a large hall area, the backdoor opens directly into the kitchen.There is a good size free standing garage/storage unit at the top of the drive currently housing a table tennis table.Great Area for Fishing and Plenty of Room to Accommodate a Boat or HorsesLocation:This stunning property is situated in the small village of Kilkee Co.Clare ireland.it is in the parish of Kilkee, formerly Kilfearagh. Kilkee is midway between Kilrush and Doonbeg on the N67 road.The town is popular as a seaside resort. The horseshoe bay is protected from the Atlantic Ocean by the Duggerna Reef.The well-known and much-loved Kilkee Cliff Walk can be accessed from the car park overlooking the world famous Pollock Holes at the west end of the town. These holes are three large, natural rock pools that offer safe and sheltered swimming during low tide. The national loop walk follows a cliff path along the truly breathtaking and varied coastline – with different loop options along the way. in total this walk is 18.4 km/11.4 miles and should take you 4-5 hrs.About the AreaKilkee (irish: Cill Chaoi, meaning “Church of Chaoineadh ita – lamentation for ita”) in County Clare, ireland along the Wild Atlantic Way. it is a small coastal town located on the rugged West coast of county Clare. The town is a particularly popular irish seaside resort with family’s travelling from all over the country to holiday here.Kilkee and the Loop Head Peninsula also attract thousands of foreign tourists to the area annually with its breathtaking scenic walks and stunning sea cliff panoramic views as well as all the other wonderful amenities that are available in the area.The horseshoe bay is protected from the Atlantic Ocean weather by the Duggerna Reef which has in the past kept this beautiful haven safe from all the Atlantic has to offer.Kilkee is situated on Moore Bay – a beautiful horse-shoe shaped bay, the entrance of which is protected by a stunning reef known as Duggerna Rocks. Since the Victorian era, Kilkee has been a popular tourist destination. The well-to-do were drawn to the town’s unique climate, natural amenities and coveted bathing areas. At its height of popularity, the railway carried nearly 250,000 people to Kilkee annually. While the town has retained its charming 19th century Victorian atmosphere – it also has all essential, modern facilities you need to complete your perfect holiday.The resort has developed along the semi- circled strand about 1 mile/1.5 km in length and has a good extended stretch of sands between the promenade and sea – offering the ideal spot for the perfect beach holiday. it is also regarded as one of the best and safest bathing place on the western coast.The well-known and much-loved Kilkee Cliff Walk can be accessed from the car park overlooking the world famous Pollock Holes at the west end of the town. These holes are three large, natural rock pools that offer safe and sheltered swimming during low tide. The national loop walk follows a cliff path along the truly breathtaking and varied coastline – with different loop options along the way. in total this walk is 18.4 km/11.4 miles and should take you 4-5 hrs.Contact Euro Resales Ltd for more information.