A BER-exempt derelict cottage (subject to planning permission) in Co Kerry has hit the market with a €50,000 price tag.
According to William Hennigan Auctioneer, its proposed accommodation includes three bedrooms (one ensuite), a kitchen/dining room, a sitting room, a utility room and a bathroom.
Proposed services, the auctioneer added, include a mains water connection and a mains ESB connection.
The property is in a “scenic” setting, with mountain and countryside views approximately 2 miles from Gneeveguilla village and 10 miles to the popular tourist town of Killarney and all amenities.
€40,000 cottage in Mayo
A stone-built 2-bed cottage has just hit the market in Derrynagower, Kilcolman, Claremorris, Co. Mayo for €40,000.
According to DNG Gilligan, the property, extending to c.70 sq.mt, sits on a site of circa 0.75-acres of land.
It is in a “derelict” condition and requires what the agent says is a “complete overhaul, both internally and externally”.
The cottage has a block-built extension to the rear “in need of completion”.
Another cottage in Mayo
Meanwhile, 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.
Read more on this listing.
Cottage in Roscommon
Sherry Fitzgerald Farrell, has for sale, a 4-bed semi-detached cottage in Co Roscommon.
The firm is seeking €125,000 for the “well located and attractive” G BER-rated property in Derreenavoggy, Arigna.
The agent says the property “offers spacious accommodation on a well-proportioned site within walking distance of Arigna village”.
Its accommodation includes an entrance porch, a hallway, four bedrooms, a living room, a kitchenette and a bathroom.
Features include wood flooring, T&G wood ceilings and built-in wardrobes.
There is an external garden to the residence’s front, and rear with a metal shed, an oil burner (oil-fired central heating) and a kerosene tank.