Cottage for Sale
New to the market at €55,000 is a G BER-rated 2-bed detached cottage in Loughrea, which Galway County Council constructed during the 1940s.
Noel Hogan of Brian Tuohy Auctioneers is handling the sale of the property in Knockmoyle East, Kylebrack, which requires “extensive” renovation.
He described this as a “simple” roadside cottage – standing on a spacious site of 0.7-acres – with similar properties on either side.
The living accommodation consists of:
- Kitchen/living room;
- Sitting room;
- Two bedrooms;
- Small scullery at the rear;
- Entrance hall;
- Back kitchen.
The selling agent continued: “There is no water supply and no bathroom. The house has been unoccupied for many years, and the previous occupants captured rainwater for washing and cooking.”
“The electricity supply has also been disconnected. A solid fuel range provided heat in the living room, but central heating was never installed.”
“However, there is plenty of room for an extension, a deep bored well, and for a septic tank and with a little imagination and some investment, this forgotten roadside cottage could become a cosy home.”
The property is located approximately two miles from the village of Ballinakill on the R353, going in the direction of Gort in “the heart” of the Sliabh Aughty mountains.
Cottage in Mayo for €65,000
APP Kirrane Auctioneering, has for sale, what it describes as a “charming” country cottage in Kiltimagh, Co Mayo, Ireland.
The property firm is seeking €65,000 for the residence, which sits on a 0.16ha site on a “quiet” countryside lane.
Its accommodation includes a living, dining and kitchen area with an open fireplace, two double bedrooms and a bathroom.
Moreover, there is a stone out-building, which the agent suggests is “ideal” for outdoor storage, located to the property’s rear.
Features include uPVC double-glazed windows and doors, mature gardens, mature trees and a painted exterior.
According to the selling agent, the property offers “spacious” living and sleeping accommodation and, at its current guide price, makes for “exceptional” value.