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HomeFarming News3-bed chalet for €295k with €2k annual service charge
Catherina Cunnane
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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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3-bed chalet for €295k with €2k annual service charge

Holiday chalet for sale for €295,000

New to the market with a €295,000 guide price and a €2,000 per annum service charge in Co. Wexford is Down Yonder, a holiday chalet in an exclusive private development.

According to Warren Estates (Gorey), Down Yonder, a G BER-rated three-bed holiday home, stands on a “generous” circa 0.3-acre site.

The chalet itself is “bright and spacious” with an open plan L-shaped, a living/kitchen area, three bedrooms and a shower room.

According to the selling agents, this is “the ultimate haven of peace and quiet, away from the bustle of a busy life”. “All in all, this is a most appealing holiday home with much to recommend it.”

The property, which the same family has owned from new, enjoys what the firm described as “great” privacy with an open aspect. Furthermore, it boasts wrap-around timber decking, making it “ideal” for family living.

Services include a mains water connection, an ESB connection and a sewage to group treatment plant.

The property also has a garden shed plumbed for a washing machine. Besides, it has an enclosed timber deck with a sunny south-westerly orientation.

Furthermore, it has a large sit with gardens planted on its lawn, and a new hedge is being planted on the western boundary.

Tara Cove development

According to the selling agent, the Tara Cove development has stood the test of time. It is “a most attractive” small private development of only 46 detached houses, each with a private garden.

Residents have “easy” access via a short pathway onto a sandy beach, stretching about 800 metres from Ballymoney to Kiltennel.

Providing further detail, the agents said:

“This exclusive development is well managed and maintained with the benefit of security gates at the entrance etc.”

“Tara Cove enjoys a most tranquil and picturesque setting. It is easy to see why properties here are sought-after in the market. It is within walking distance of Seafield Hotel and all amenities of Ballymoney Village.”

Location

In terms of its location, Courtown and Ballymoney 18-hole golf courses are only a few minutes drive as is Gorey town, which has a “full range” of amenities.

The residence is less than a five-minute drive to t the M11 and the capital is around a one hour drive to the north.

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