In today’s property segment, we feature two farmhouses for sale in Co Cork.
Pat Maguire Properties, Skibbereen, is guiding a farmhouse for sale in Bantry, Co Cork, at €125,000.
The traditional extended farmhouse, which is new to the property market, sits on a circa 0.5-acre plot of land.
According to the selling agent, the property is “suberbly situated” in the scenic Mealagh Valley, circa 5 miles east of Bantry town.
The property, which commands “panoramic views” towards Bantry Bay, is “in need of full renovation”.
Traditional ruined farmhouse for €220k
The same selling agent also has a traditional ruined farmhouse on circa 11-acres for sale in the county for €220,000.
This country house in Lisheenroe, Skibbereen, also commands “panoramic countryside views”.
According to the selling agent, the lands are in “excellent condition” with good road frontage, water and electricity.
The property is “well-positioned” off the Skibbereen to Castletownshend road, less than 3 miles from Skibbereen town and close to Tragumna beach.
Farmhouse, cottage and two studies for €420k in Kilkenny
Hitting the market with a €420,000 guide price is Carrickshock Farmhouse & Cottage for sale in Carrickshock, Knockopher, Co Kilkenny.
DNG Ella Dunphy LTD is overseeing the sale of the property, which comprises three detached buildings (a three-bedroom detached family home along with a one-bedroom detached residence and two separate studios) on a “large generous” site.
The selling agent said: “Each property oozes charm and atmosphere and finds a real balance between old and new with wonderfully bright and spacious accommodation throughout.”
“This magnificent setting is truly outstanding with a breath-taking landscaped garden, offering an oasis of privacy and tranquillity.”
Also, she said the property is “ideally located”, being less than ten minutes from the M9 Motorway linking Kilkenny/Dublin and Waterford. You can read the full listing.
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