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5 Bed Bungalow in County Meath Ireland Large 5 bed bungalow on an acre. Solar home 400 litre insulated stainless water tank with 40 kingspan tubes and heating controls, also Triple glaze front and back doors, with security Cameras and automatic lighting. Wired for surround sound and environmental outdoor speakers. Magnificent views front and back and sun aspect. Other information: Distance from Main Attraction: 5 mins driving Distance from Golf: 3 mins driving Distance from Sea: 35 mins driving Distance from Airport: 25 mins driving About the area: The property is very close to the world famous TAYTO PARK. County Meath is a county in Ireland. It is in the province of Leinster and is part of the Mid-East Region. It is named after the historic Kingdom of Meath. Meath County Council is the local authority for the county. Meath has a strong farming tradition has been prominent historically for cattle, dairying, potatoes and grain. Meath is Ireland's leading county producer of potatoes, and a significant producer of beef, barley, milk, wheat, and root vegetables. The property is located only 5 min from the famous Fairyhouse Racecourse which also holds markets and events at certain times of the year.
County Tipperary
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An Pan Da Rosa, Rossmore, Co. GalwayThis is a fantastic opportunity to purchase a wonderful 3-acre property located in Rossmore, Woodford, County Galway. The property is set in beautiful countryside by the shores of Lough Derg and comprises 3 houses with 8 bedrooms in total. The main house has 4 bedrooms and is a lovely family home and there are living areas in the cottage and converted stable that could bed used as a Guest House or Bandamp;B.Main HouseThe main house is a traditional 2-storey, stone-built house. The ground floor features two separate living rooms both south-facing with views over the fields. The larger room has a gorgeous wood burning stove and there is a newer extension which features a multi-fuel stove for the central heating.Upstairs there are 2 double bedrooms and 1 single bedroom while the fourth double bedroom is in the extension. There are two bathrooms upstairs and a downstairs wc plus ample storage throughout.Converted Stable The converted stable has two extensions and provides an open plan living room, dining area and kitchen overlooking the front and rear gardens. There are 2 ensuite double bedrooms and separate oil fired central heating.Stone-Built CottageThe third house is a stone-built cottage featuring 2 bedrooms and a chalet-style open plan living room and kitchen. The property features a multi-fuel stove and exposed natural stone walls in the living area plus lovely views over the grounds.GeneralA long stone drive leads up to the houses and makes the property very secure and private. All three properties have modern double glazing and central heating and there is a BER Rating D2 for each building. A main well provides fresh water and there is also a secondary well which means no water charges. The grounds feature a mature vegetable garden and orchard and there is a large garden to the rear and a paddock to the east side of the property. There is also an outdoor clay oven for summer cooking. The land could be a huge garden or would suit a small holding with some livestock. The location is perfect for access and there are beautiful views to the north, south, east and west over the Galway countryside. Lough Derg and the Shannon River are only 2 mins away and there is the possibility to put a boat into the lough.Surrounded by fabulous countryside and with magnificent views of hills, this property is a great opportunity to buy a home in Ireland with excellent business potential.
Ballingarry
878,000
OFFERED FOR SALE on 17 acres approx. with up to 37 acres available. Close to the charming village of Ballingarry and only 34 miles/55 km from Shannon airport, with further international airports at Dublin and Cork. Principal House (c. 8,000 sq.ft.), Manager’s House, Staff Apartment, Folly cottage, all weather tennis court, swimming pool, courtyard stabling, grazing paddocks Built in 1853, Ballyneale House combines total seclusion with a well-connected location, midway between Newcastle west and Charleville. Rolling lawns slope softly away from the house to an ornamental lake with its own island, while elsewhere within the glorious grounds, elegant formal gardens are waiting to be discovered. The mansion house itself is just as exceptional. A distinguished five-bay front with an attractive stone façade and projecting two storey wings with elliptical arches is perfectly balanced. A southerly aspect combined with a raised ground floor affords elevated views and superb natural light. Elegant formal gardens surround the house and are very much a feature of this property. Manicured lawns gently slope from the front of the house to an ornamental lake with its own island and link to pleasure pathways that circle the grounds, crossing an oriental style timber foot bridge at one point, to take-in the gravelled drive, flanked by mature trees and under-planted with a profusion of spring bulbs. An orchard with fruiting trees, an impressive productive kitchen garden, an attractive stone courtyard with stabling and coach houses complete the loop at a secret garden with swimming pool and sun terrace, facing south and west. Among the highlights of the walk is a rose garden with brick lined paths, a carefully planted spring garden, hard tennis court with viewing pavilion, a formal Long Pond, and a sunken garden. Wider walks can encompass the hazel nuttery and the exotic Palais des Poulets. The sporting facilities within the immediate pleasure grounds of the mansion house are quite enough to excite any sporting enthusiast, with a tennis court, croquet lawn, swimming pool and pleasure walks but there is more, both within the wider grounds and in the immediate local area. An outer court yard comprises a stone range of 10 large stables under an attractive slate roof. Hunting in the immediate area includes the renowned Limerick Foxhunt and the Stonehall Harriers, with the Scarteen, Duhallow and Tipperary hunts all within easy boxing distance. There is excellent racing nearby at Limerick, Mallow and Tipperary racecourses and an extensive point to-point calendar locally. Golf enthusiasts are well catered for with the The Irish Open having been hosted nearby on the Trent Jones designed golf course at Adare, with many other noted and championship courses within easy driving distance. Close to hand there is some excellent salmon fishing, pheasant shooting and good rough shooting, hill walking in the scenic Ballyhoura mountains and sailing on the Shannon Estuary. There are also fine sandy beaches along the Atlantic coast within 1 hours drive.
Ballinamore
34
Detached House with 4 Beds in Ballinamore County Leitrim Ireland Euroresales Property ID – 9824371 Property information: Beautifully presented dwelling house at Lisroughty, Aughawillan, Ballinamore, County Leitrim right in the heart of South Leitrim with superb views of the Sliabh an Iarainn and Cuilcagh Mountains. This Property was constructed in 2005 and meticulously designed and planned to create space and light in every corner with some unique features such as the landing space and the stove fire in the large hallway and has a BER Rating of C1. Through the electric front gates and the entrance hall the double pine doors leads to the spacious tiled hallway, which boasts a solid fuel stove shared with the main sitting room. Sitting room: 3.69 x 2.89 - double doors here lead to the Music Room: 3.09 x 2.89 Bathroom (2.95 x 1.56 with w.c. and w.h.b./wheelchair accessible). This would lend the Music Room becoming an ensuite bedroom. Television Lounge with solid fuel stove: 3.77 x 4.17 Kitchen: 4.23 3.35 with Stanley Oil Range, Belfast Sink, beamed ceiling and tiled floor. The Range heats water and radiators and is zoned and controlled. The Kitchen, Dining area and Sunroom are all open plan giving a great sense of space Kitchenette: 1.82 x 3.05 The open plan wooden stairwell leads to a most spacious landing area that could easily accommodate a work space and a rest space at either end. Accommodation on the first floor includes: Master Bedroom: 3.82 x 4.08 with ensuite 2.91 x 2.05 (w.c.,w.h.b.,shower, rail heater) and walk in wardrobe. Bedroom No. 2: 3.81 x 3.36 with built in wardrobe and entrance to Main Bathroom Bedroom No. 3: 3.21 x 3.07 with built in wardrobes and T.V. connection Dressing Room: 2.04 x 1.40 - suitable for use as Home Office. Main Bathroom: 3.27 x 2.49 - with Jacuzzi Bath, Electric Shower, W.C. and W.H.B. Double shelved Hotpress on Landing. The Plantation Shutters throughout this outstanding Property give a lovely aura of warmth and cosiness to the entire Property and with the beautiful views outside the Shutters give a Tuscany feel to the Property. This Property stands on a large enviable site of 0.4907 Hectares / 1.21 Acres and the manner in which the Property is configured on the site lends itself to the enjoyment of panoramic views of the surrounding countryside from every room. Outside there is a large Garage with roller door and storage basement underneath. This could be converted to living accommodation if required, as there are ample windows installed along with a w.c. and w.h.b. The garden area is very well planned with a vast variety of mature shrubs, native deciduous and broad leaved trees and hedgegrow materials and an area of apple tress all beautifully maintained Right in the heart of one of Irelands best known Angling areas with the popular fishing lakes of South Leitrim and West Cavan close by this Property is pivotally located to be developed as a B& B business. Aughawillan is a fantastic vibrant community renowned for its great friendliness and culture and this imposing dwelling house is just a short walk from the local Community Centre, Aughawillan GAA Grounds and Aughawillan Church, the resting place of the late John McGahern, the renowned author . The local Primary School stands right beside the Church while there are excellent second level educational facilities in nearby Ballinamore and Bawnboy. Within easy commuting distance of Carrick on Shannon, Cavan, Longford or Sligo this Property must be viewed to be appreciated. Enniskillen Town is only 36 kilometres from the Property and three major Airports are within quite reasonable distances - Knock ( 90 Kms) , Dublin (150 Kms) and Belfast (155kms) About the area: County Leitrim lies in the north of Ireland. The town of Carrick-on-Shannon, a river boating hub, has many 19th-century buildings. These include tiny Costello Memorial Chapel and St. George’s Church, home to a heritage centre. The old courthouse houses the Dock, an arts and performance venue. Slightly north, Leitrim village marks one end of the Shannon–Erne Waterway, which crosses the entire county.
Limerick
Clounlehard
332,000
Beautiful rural bungalow, traditional style, built in 2004 to a very high standard. Solid wood floors, freshly plastered, neutral décor, power shower and wood burner. 3 double bedrooms, 3 bathrooms (including a wet room), large lounge as well as kitchen diner and beautiful south facing sun room with slate floor and tiled roof. All amenities (modern bio unit, water treatment plant, electricity, phone line). Potential to grow into loft (floored out, windows fitted, just needs fixtures and fittings). 2.6 acres, complete with nesting gos hawks, apple trees, mature ash trees and a horse chestnut tree which is over 100 years old. Very secluded, peaceful and quiet. Not even visible on google maps or google earth! Also has a large, 2 story workshop on the land - used by previous owner for making hand crafted traditional wooden boats. Three quarters of an hour from Limerick city, an hour from Ballybunion, great tourist potential, close to famous River Shannon for fishing and boating would make a great artist retreat.
County Cork
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2 Bedroom Detached Property in County Cork Ireland Euroresales Property ID – 9824328 Property information: The property is situated in Milltown Charleville County Cork The property includes 2 bedrooms along with 1 bathroom. with 2 Bedrooms the property could comfortably house 2-3 people. The property comes unfurnished. The property Idealic Country Views The size of the property 312ft / 28.99m2 A fantastic opportunity to own property within County Cork in Ireland. The property should interest those who would like to work on an interesting project. The property as mentioned above is situated in Cork, The climate of Cork, like the rest of Ireland, is mild oceanic and changeable with abundant rainfall and a lack of temperature extremes. The property could be used either as a holiday home or as a permanent residence. About the area: Cork is a university city in south-west Ireland, in the province of Munster, which had a population of 125,622 in 2016. The city is situated on the River Lee which splits into two channels at the western end and divide the city centre into islands. They reconverge at the eastern end where the quays and docks along the river banks lead outwards towards Lough Mahon and Cork Harbour, which is one of the largest natural harbours in the world by navigational area.
Lismore
3146
Superb 3 Bed House in Lismore County Waterford Ireland Euroresales Property ID –9824283 Property information: A superb 3 Bed House in Lismore County Waterford Ireland. This property is a Charming Cottage, with lots of character, it has been renovated to the highest standard, situated in such a lovely peaceful place to live. It is just a stroll from the main street of Lismore and the famous Lismore Castle. There is also 2 reception rooms included within the property. Along with this there is a private garden which provides a superb area to relax. The parking included with the property includes street parking and off street parking. Views from the property include superb views of the surrounding area. The property could be used as either a holiday home or as a permanent residence. The property would also be suitable for at the least 3 people due to the number of beds. Other information: No. of Beds: 3 No. of Reception Rooms: 2 Floor Space (metres squared): 145.9 SQM Furnished: Unfurnished Garden: Private Parking: Street Parking, Off Street Parking No of Outbuildings: 2 View: Country Orientation: East Distance from Sea: 30 mins Distance from Airport: 1 hour Distance from Golf: 15 mins Distance from Main Attraction: Walking About the area: County Waterford is a county in the South-East Region of Ireland, in the province of Munster. It is named after the city of Waterford, which is derived from the Old Norse name Veðrafjǫrðr or Vedrarfjord. There is an Irish-speaking area, Gaeltacht na nDéise, in the south-west of the county. Waterford City and County Council is the local authority for the county. The population of the county at large, including the city, is 113,795 according to the 2011 census.
Kerry Airport
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Superb 4 Double Bedroomed Detached House in Killarney Co. Kerry Euroresales Property ID –9824286 Property information: This property includes 4 double bedrooms and also includes 3 bathrooms. Beautifully presented 4 double bedroom house detached house on 0.5 acre of landscaped gardens. The property comprises of an extra-large entrance hallway with an open plan kitchen diner and utility room with 2 extra reception rooms. There is also a downstairs bathroom, upstairs the property boasts a landing which is large and there is also a computer in a recess in the wall , storage room, another large family bathroom and 4 double bedrooms, the master has an en-suite and a walk in wardrobe. This property is finished to a very high standard and is in turn key condition. There is gas fired central heating with a realistic gas fire in the living room also a large wood burner in the kitchen/diner. The property was built in 2005 and has fenced mature landscaped gardens to the front, side and rear, with a large garage to the rear and a shed. Located in Firies, Killarney, only 10 minutes from Kerry airport. The property would be suitable for at least 4 people due to the number of bedrooms available. Downstairs is Large entrance Hall Kitchen/Diner plus utility room to rear with back door. There is a living room with Gas fire What could be classed as the fourth bedroom is downstairs next to Bathroom with Bath Shower toilet hand basin etc. One large cupboard for coats boots plus under-stairs storage area Upstairs Three large bedrooms one en suite with walk in wardrobe the other two bedrooms have access to shower room with toilet hand basin etc. There is also a large storage cupboard on the landing also an alcove for a computer Access to attic storage via pull down ladder. Additional Note: There is two reception downstairs as the second reception room would be the fourth bedroom, There are only three bedrooms upstairs Other information: Sits on 0.5 Acre Turn Key Condition PVC Double Glazed Windows Alarm Gas Fired Central Heating About the area: County Kerry is a county in Ireland. Kerry is located in the South-West Region and is also part of the province of Munster. It is named after the Ciarraige who lived in part of the present county. Kerry County Council is the local authority for the county and Tralee serves as the county town. The population of the county was 147,554 in 2016, according to the 2016 census. Killarney is a town on the shores of Lough Leane in southwest Ireland’s County Kerry.
Superb 4 Bedroom Detached House in Tipperary Ireland Euroresales Property ID – 9824224 Property information: This is a superb Detached House situated in Tipperary Ireland. This 4 Bedroom Detached Residence is situated in the quiet and charming location of Dundrum. The property is situated on a 1 Acre site with a separate side entrance to the rear. There is also a separate site to the side of the property on approx. 0.65 Acres. Surrounded by both large front and rear gardens, this property would make for a beautiful family home. Close to all local amenities the property is located less than 1km from the village of Knockavilla, 3km from the village of Dundrum and approx. 10km from Cashel Town. The property would be suitable for at the least 4 people due to the number of bedrooms included within. Other information/Measurements of House: Entrance Hallway 4'3" (1.3m) x 12'8" (3.86m) Living Room 11'5" (3.48m) x 17'10" (5.44m) Solid Fuel Stove Timber Flooring Sitting Roomn 11'3" (3.43m) x 12'11" (3.94m) Open Fireplace Kitchen 9'1" (2.77m) x 11'6" (3.51m) Bedroom 1 9'10" (3m) x 9'2" (2.79m) Fitted Wardrobe Bedroom 2 9'11" (3.02m) x 9'2" (2.79m) Fitted Wardrobe Bedroom 3 12'10" (3.91m) x 8'11" (2.72m) Fitted Wardrobes Bedroom 4 13'8" (4.17m) x 11'4" (3.45m) Bathroom 5'0" (1.52m) x 11'4" (3.45m) Toilet W/C 32'0" (9.75m) x 11'4" (3.45m) About the area: Tipperary, in Ireland’s province of Munster, is a landlocked rural county that’s home to mountains, rivers, lakes and farmland. The medieval and Celtic collection of ruins at the Rock of Cashel have sweeping pastoral views. Dundrum is a village in County Tipperary, Ireland. In the 2006 census it is listed as having 191 residents, exactly the same number as it had in 2002. It is in the barony of Kilnamanagh Lower. Cahir Castle is an imposing 12th-century fortress sitting on an island in the River Suir. Tipperary's county town, Clonmel, is in the south, and is a gateway for exploring the region.
Killashandra
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Renovated Gate Lodge in Killeshandra Co Cavan Ireland Euroresales Property ID – 9824153 Property information: A Rare opportunity to acquire a building of such character. This renovated/rebuilt gate lodge which is located in the heart of the Lake lands district. The property is steeped in the local history as it was the Gate Lodge for the estate belonging to the Beresford Family which has also been recently restored. The property is an ideal opportunity for investment or to acquire a character property. The property is currently used as a short term let for tourists & fishermen visiting the area. The local village is 1.5 Km away. 90 minutes from the M50 (Dublin) Features Situated on 1/3 of an acre with mature beech trees home to native red squirrel. Mature Laurel & Hornbeam Hedging and gardens for additional privacy. The rebuild was done to a very high spec retaining lots of the original features. Peaceful rural location. (L5559) Looks onto the orchard of the adjoining estate. 13 lakes within 3 kms of the property. 3 large bedrooms. Bathroom with Wainscoting & 100 year old Cast Iron bath with Claw feet. Wood burning stove with boiler in the open plan Kitchen/living area. Feature open tread oak stairs Roofed with Natural Slate Solid pine interior doors. Double glazed windows. Dual central heating. (Oil and stove) Large open plan ground floor. French Maritime Pine flooring in living area. Tarmac Drive Fisherman’s paradise. Low maintenance exterior. Own waste water service. Connected to local water scheme. Wild mushroom & garlic garden. Turnkey - ready to live in. Killykeen Forest Park in nearby (10 minutes). (€4Million investment in tourism) Centre Parcs are investing €233 million in Edgeworthstown 30 minutes away in a new holiday resort and fun park. BER Details BER: C3 Building Energy Rating 220.6 (kWh/m2/yr) Accommodation Ground Floor Bedroom 3 - 11ft x 8 ft excluding large built in wardrobe. Shower Room & WC - 4.5ft x 5.5ft Back hall 5ft x 7.5ft Kitchen & Dining area - 15 ft x 17 ft (open plan) Living Area - 17ft x 12 ft (open plan) First floor Bedroom 1 - 14ft x 13.5 ft excluding closet Bedroom 2 - 17ft x 11ft excluding closet Bathroom - 9ft x 11ft Landing - 7 ft x 11.5 ft Walk in Hot Press - Construction & History A Gate Lodge has existed on this site since the mid 1600's. It is the last surviving Gate Lodge of four that used to service the Taafe family home nearby. It was previously owned by a British army Captain, Captain Beresford. It was also part of the Castlehamilton estate. Aghabane House, a neighbouring Georgian House was restored recently by the Lynch family. There are records in Cavan County Council of a Fort or Dún that existed near this site. In 1998 the gate lodge was sold separately from the estate. The new owner was advised to knock the structure and rebuild. It was rebuilt in 1999 to modern specification with great care to maintain the old wall thickness which added the benefit of higher U values in the insulation. The roof slates and a chimney pot were salvaged for re-use. Since 2008 Aghabane Gate Lodge has been used as a holiday rental. Other information: Completion Date: 2007 No. of Beds: 3 No. of Reception Rooms: 1 Floor Space (metres squared): 111.5 Furnished: Negotiable Garden: Private Plot (metres squared): 1335 Parking: Off Street Parking No of Outbuildings: 1 View: Country Orientation: South-East Distance from Sea: 1 hour Distance from Airport: 1.5 hours Distance from Golf: 15 mins Distance from Main Attraction: 15 mins About the area: Killeshandra or Killashandra - Irish place name Cill na Seanrátha meaning Church of the Old Rath, population 1,143, is a small town in County Cavan, Ireland. It is 20 km northwest of Cavan town and central to County Cavan's Lakeland and geopark region, in the unique Erne catchment environment of rivers, lakes, wetlands and woodland. Together with the Lough Oughter Special Protected Area, it has been recognised by the EU programme for wildlife Natura 2000 since 2010. Killeshandra is specially noted by Failte Ireland as an Angling Centre of Excellence, as well as a hub for the Cavan Walking Festival which takes place in May each year. There are several looped walking and cycling trails in Killykeen Forest Park.