For sale through Sherry FitzGerald Crowley is a traditional cottage with approximately 23.6-acres of land and outbuildings in County Mayo.
The property firm is guiding the property in Blenkerragh, Ballycroy, Westport, at €195,000.
According to the selling agent, the “good quality agricultural land benefits from excellent sea and mountain views with Achil Island on the horizon”.
Blenkeragh is in “an area of outstanding natural beauty” on the Wild Atlantic Way. It is approximately 6.5 kilometres north of Ballycroy village, an access point for the Wild Nephin Ballycroy National Park, and 20 kilometres north of Mulranny village.
Commenting on the listing, the selling agent said: “The cottage would make a dream retreat for those looking for tranquillity and privacy in this most scenic countryside location.”
“The cottage is currently in an uninhabitable condition but offers excellent potential for refurbishment.”
“Drawings are available to extend the property from its current floor area of 53.8 sq m/579 sq ft to 94.8 sq m/1,020 sq ft.”
“A small section of the land has frontage onto the Owenduff River’s estuary which, depending on tidal conditions, has extensive white sands for walking and offers access for swimming, kayaking and fishing.”
“The land is of good quality suitable for grazing. A small section has frontage onto the estuary which, depending on tidal conditions, has extensive white sands.”
Also included in the sale are several farm outbuildings, which, the selling agent pointed out, are in “good condition”.
Features highlighted by the selling agent:
- Wonderful sea views;
- Access to the shoreline;
- Exceptionally scenic and peaceful location;
- Drawings available for extension;
- Electricity and water connections;
- 6-acres approximately of good quality land
- Farm outbuildings;
- Rating: G
- BER Number:111225041
- Energy Performance Indicator:49
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€370,000 45-acre farm set up to ‘handle a small herd of suckler cows’
New to the market at €370,000 and for sale through Hennessy Auctioneers is a circa 45.4-acre farm holding in Co Laois.
According to the selling agent, the farm holding is “located in an area of natural beauty overlooking the entire county of Laois”.
It is approximately 7kms from Mountrath, on the footsteps of the Slieve Bloom Mountains. The property is at the end of a cul-de-sac laneway, approximately 1.5kms in off the local bye road.”
“The farmyard is set up to handle a small herd of suckler cows and their followers. It has a number of open-plan hay barns and lean-tos, along with a small, slatted tank and cattle handling facilities.”
Also, it contains a 2-bed wooden cabin house within the farmyard, which is in good condition.
Lastly, towards the higher end of the farm, adjacent to the Slieve Bloom Mountain Forestry, there is also another log cabin.
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