Farrell Auctioneers, Valuers & Estate Agents bring to the market a detached dwelling set on 11-acres in Tiraloughan, Gort, Co Galway.
According to Colm Farrell, the residence is a “beautiful, secluded setting” is close to the area of Lough Cutra.
The selling agent is seeking €215,000 for the property, which needs refurbishment.
Accommodation includes a reception area, a living room with a solid fuel stove, a kitchenette, a conservatory porch, a sitting room, a dining room, three bedrooms and a bathroom.
Services include broadband, a septic tank, a private water well and oil-fired central heating.
Externally, there are storage sheds and livestock handling facilities.
Farrell said: “The lands, which extend to approx. 11-acres, are of good agricultural quality, and the boundaries are in good repair.”
“This is a fantastic opportunity for the purchaser to develop a property where planning permission is very hard to obtain and the opportunity to have livestock or a develop a vegetable garden on the lands,” he added.
He explained that the property is approximately 7km from Gort and commuting distance to Galway, Ennis, Shannon, and Limerick.
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H.A. McIlrath & Sons are handling the sale of the property, which is available in two lots.
Guiding at £1,350,000, lot one, at 19 Cladytown Roads, Glarryford, Ballymena, comprises a four-bed dwelling on circa 61.40-acres of land and boasts road frontage.
According to the property firm, the dwelling was constructed in 1997 and extended/renovated a decade ago.
Accommodation comprises an entrance hall, a kitchen, dining room, sitting room, a conservatory, four bedrooms, a utility, boiler room and a bathroom.
Externally, electric entrance gates lead to a tarmac drive and a “spacious” front lawn and rear enclosed yard.
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