A portfolio comprising three derelict buildings, set in a courtyard-style layout with a potential site area of between 0.50-acres and 1-acre of land (subject to agreement), has hit the market in Co Clare.
REA Paddy Browne & Co is handling the sale of the property in Kilkee, which it is guiding at €75,000.
Buildings include two derelict residential buildings along with a large roadside shed, which, as the selling agent suggested, could potentially be redeveloped for additional residential accommodation.
A spokesperson said:
“The property offers the potential for those seeking a project to redevelop a property to their own specification as a family home or investment opportunity.”
“Due to its location close to the West Coast of Co. Clare, it could be suitable for multi-unit summer lettings once redeveloped,” the spokesperson said.
The property is in a scenic rural setting approximately 6 km south of the coastal town of Kilkee and 2.5 km from Doonaha Beach.
Meanwhile, Marsh Farm Yard, spanning 2.45-acres, with “endless potential” at Mooretown, Dundalk, has just hit the market with a guide price of €300,000.
According to Sherry FitzGerald Carroll, Marsh Farm Yard retains a “wealth of original features and a real sense of historic character and charm”.
The property now offers “huge” potential for a wide range of uses, including re-purposing for additional commercial use or full redevelopment of existing structures.
The property consists of a range of traditional stone and red brick farmyard buildings dating back to c. 1860, with a modern workshop and converted warehouse store extending to approx. 1168sq m / 12,560sq ft and open paddock, all set on an overall site area of 0.99ha / 2.46 acres.
The Marsh Farm Yard comprises eight traditional stone and red brick buildings of various ages, styles and uses.
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