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€225k for cottage-style property requiring renovation on 17ac

Sherry Fitzgerald Declan Woods is seeking €225,000 for a cottage-style property on just over 17-acres in Co Cavan.

According to the agent, the property is in Clonkeeffy, Oldcastle requires “some modernisation and renovation, oozes charm and character, together with an old barrel top stone shed, to the side”.

The lands are laid out in four divisions and extend to 17.47-acre in total. The selling agent suggested that “this is a superb opportunity for those in search of a compact holding with the potential for a private residence”.

Located on the Cavan/Meath border, the property is 8.5km from Virginia and just under 10km off the N3 at Maghera.

€155k dwelling has ‘the potential to be a fabulous family home’

Meanwhile, Aidan O’Dwyer of Sherry Fitzgerald O’Dwyer and Davern is seeking €155,000 for its newest listing, a dwelling on circa 1.33-acres in Co Tipperary.

According to a spokesperson for the firm, this property in Grangebeg, Cashel, “has the potential to be a fabulous family home with wonderfully large outdoor space”.

The spokesperson said that the 1.33-acre site “provides ample room for expansion and development of the existing structure, subject to planning permission”.

The location offers a combination of “rural idyll” while giving easy access to Cashel.

The property is in a “superb” location, being a short drive to the Old Dublin Road, the M8 Dublin/Cork motorway, and the historic town of Cashel.

Cashel remains one of the most spectacular tourist attractions in Ireland, as reflected in its built heritage, from prehistoric raths to mediaeval monasteries and fortified townhouses, a Georgian Cathedral and a 21st-century Library, the agent added.

They pointed to the Town Plaza, which is “the vibrant hub” of downtown Cashel, and is host to a number of recreational facilities.

Cashel’s Victorian town centre is a “thriving” retail zone with a range of shops, lively cafes, pubs, and food retailers.

Read more on this property for sale.

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