Cashlieve House, situated on circa 60-acres of land in Ballinlough, Co. Roscommon, is for sale by unconditional online auction next month.
REA Seamus Carthy is handling the sale of the residential holding, which has an AMV of €200,000.
Ballinlough is located between the larger towns of Castlerea and Roscommon and is on the main Dublin to Westport Rain route, with direct access to the N60.
According to the selling agent, Cashlieve House, a five-bed residence, was built in the late 19th century. The subject property is a detached two-storey country house with a detached stone outbuilding with a three-bay two-storey return to rear and canted-entrance bay to south-facing side elevation.
The property has a hipped slate roof with rendered chimney-stacks and cast-iron rainwater goods.
Other features in rendered walls, square-headed window openings with rendered hood-mouldings, timber casement windows and tooled limestone sills.
There are two canted-bay windows to the front elevation and a stone outbuilding to the rear. Furthermore, a decorative cast-iron entrance gate supported by cast-iron piers.
“In need of substantial modernisation, the subject property offers fantastic opportunity and enquiries are now invited.”
The unconditional online auction sale will commence at 12:30 on Wednesday, March 10th and will end at 1 pm.
According to the selling agent, a bidding deposit of €5,100 is required – contact REA Seamus Carthy for more details.
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