A 2-3-bed detached bungalow cottage on circa 5.63-acres in Co Mayo, Ireland, has hit the market with an asking price of €78,000.
Sherry FitzGerald Hanley is handling the sale of the property in Ardcloon, Straide, Foxford in the county.
This property is in a quiet rural location, being 10km from Foxford and approx. 3km from the N5 Westport-Dublin road.
According to the agent, the property has approximately 5-acres of “good” quality agricultural land with old stone outbuildings and a 3-bay hay barn.
The cottage’s accommodation includes a porch, a living/dining room, a kitchen, a living room, a bathroom and two bedrooms.
Other features include a solid fuel stove with a back boiler, which heats radiators and water, ceramic tiled floors, laminate floors, and an open fire.
Commenting on the listing, a spokesperson for the firm said:
“The house was built in the 1950s and is constructed of mass concrete with a pitched, slate roof.”
“There is no central heating in place with the main source of heat coming via a solid fuel stove. The property is in need of complete renovation,” the spokesperson added.
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Meanwhile, a G BER-rated detached cottage on a 9-acre plot of land has just hit the market in Co Leitrim.
According to the selling agent, the residence in Corbeg, Castlegal, extends to 71.4 square metres and requires some upgrading and modernisation.
Its accommodation includes a living room, a kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
“The land – which is in two blocks with some sheds thereon – are of reasonable quality land that runs down to the seashore.”
“This property is in a very scenic location along the N15. It is only 5 minutes from Bundoran and within 30 minutes commuting distance of Sligo.”
The selling agent is seeking €180,000 for the property.
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