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HomeFarming News€50,000 property is ‘ideal’ for DIY enthusiast or small-time builder
Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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€50,000 property is ‘ideal’ for DIY enthusiast or small-time builder

€50,000 could buy a dwelling, granary, and a selection of stone outbuildings on circa 1.26-acres in the west of Ireland.

APP Kirrane Auctioneering has just launched the property in Killeen, Co Mayo, to the market.

It has described its newest listing as a “splendid site on a beautifully mature setting with a dwelling needing full renovation”.

According to the selling agent, the site is the entire folio MY2977 and has road frontage on two sides.

The firm says this is a “unique opportunity to acquire a fantastic untouched site” with a traditional home in a rural location.

The property is a short drive from Swinford, Ireland West Airport Knock and only a 60-minute drive to Athlone, Sligo, and Galway.

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“This location is an ideal commuter spot. This is a true gem and holds an array of opportunities.”

“It will transform into a stunning home and offers the ideal project for a small-time builder or DIY enthusiast. “

“This property may qualify for the new regeneration scheme. We recommend viewing to appreciate the true value of this stunning property,” the selling agent concluded.

For further information, contact the sole selling agents, APP Kirrane Auctioneering.

Croí Cónaithe (Towns) Fund

Last week, That’s Farming reported that the government has announced grants of up to €50,000 to refurbish a vacant property.

Its new home ownership-focused Croí Cónaithe (Towns) Fund will provide grants of up to a maximum of €30,000 for the refurbishment of vacant properties for occupation as a principal private residence.

In total, the government has created the €50 million fund. The aim is to “support” people to live in towns and villages by providing this grant to refurbish vacant properties.

The measure aims to deliver the “sustainable” reuse of vacant properties as new homes. Read more on this news article

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