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Photos: €150k sought for 4-bed country house on 0.46ac site

New to the market with an AMV (Advised Minimum Value) of €150,000 is a 4-bed detached house in Co Cavan.

Smith Property will offer the residence for sale by means of an online auction in January 2022.

House in Cavan

Commenting on the listing in Sallaghan, Gowna, Co. Cavan, H12 FY76, the sole selling agent said:

“Smith Property welcome for sale this traditional country house residence comprising of four bedrooms, four bathrooms, reception room and kitchen/living room.”

“The property sits on a sizable 0.46-acre independent site that boasts scenic countryside views.”

“Sallaghan is in a desired location. It is 2km from Gowna town, 10 minutes from Ballinagh, and a 20 minutes drive from Cavan town.”

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The auction will occur from 10 am on Thursday, January 10th, until 10:30 am on Thursday, January 13th, 2021. If interested, you are required to register with the selling agent with a €5,000 bidding deposit.


258ac estate with ‘restoration opportunity’ on the market for €2.5m

Meanwhile, €2.5m is Sherry Fitzgerald Gleeson’s guide price on Annesgrove Estate, Aherla, Co Cork.

The selling agent views this as a “rare and exciting opportunity” to acquire a “private and substantial” residential estate needing restoration and refurbishment on approximately 258-acres.

John Gleeson of Sherry Fitzgerald Gleeson said:

“This restoration opportunity provides significant scope to retain and reinstate many of the original features. There is undeniable potential to extend and modernise the overall dwelling if desired, subject to the appropriate permits.”

The primary residence, Annesgrove House, originally dates to c. 1720, with subsequent extensions and alterations in c. 1800 and 1872.

According to the firm, the property has been idle for several years. Therefore, it now requires “complete” restoration and refurbishment to return it to its “former splendour”.

The main house, extending to over 3,500 sq. ft over two floors, is “bright and spacious” with “well-proportioned” rooms.

It includes three reception rooms, six bedrooms and a range of ancillary rooms suitable for conversion to include bathrooms / en-suites etc.

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