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PHOTOS: Bungalow, sheds and land on market for €325,000

A detached four-bedroom bungalow residence in a” beautiful setting” standing on just under three-acres of land with extensive outbuildings are up for sale.

€325,000 is the asking price for the property located in Carty’s Corner, Crone More, Aughrim, Co. Wicklow, which has been introduced to the market by Sherry FitzGerald O’Leary Kinsella.

The property stands at 105.7 sq m approx. and offers accommodation comprising of a sitting room, kitchen/dining, four bedrooms and a bathroom.

Externally, a gravel yard provides “plenty” of parking space and continues around to the rear of the house. The front garden is “well-established” with mature trees and hedging offer privacy from the road, according to the selling agent.


  • Entrance hall 3.35m x 1.59m (11′ x 5’3″) Carpet.
  • Sitting room 6.65m x 3.76m (21’10” x 12’4″) Carpet flooring, feature fireplace with tile surround.
  • Kitchen / dining room 5.39m x 3.14m (17’8″ x 10’4″) Laminate wood flooring, fitted kitchen units, gas oven and hob, washing machine;
  • Bedroom 1 2.80m x 2.78m (9’2″ x 9’1″) carpet;
  • Bedroom 2 2.80m x 2.72m (9’2″ x 8’11”) carpet;
  • Bathroom 1.92m x 1.78m (6’4″ x 5’10”) tiled floor and wall, shower, WC, wash hand basin;
  • Bedroom 3 3.70m x 2.90m (12’2″ x 9’6″) carpet;
  • Master bedroom 3.96m x 3.84m (13′ x 12’7″) carpet.

‘Put their own stamp on the property’

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“This dwelling is waiting for the new owners to put their own stamp on the property and is further enhanced by its prime private position.” 

“The property has huge further potential and is sure to attract a lot of interest due to the extensive sheds and outbuildings.”

“Viewing is a must to realise the full potential of this extensive house, land and outbuildings.” 


  • BER: G
  • BER Number: 105124077
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 522.41 kWh/m²/yr


Tinahely is a market town in the valley of the Derry River, a tributary of the River Slaney. Destroyed in the 1798 Rebellion, the town was rebuilt in the early 1800s by Earl Fitzwilliam and thrived as a market town.

The old market/courthouse occupies the centre of the square and the “thriving” Courthouse Arts Centre is just opposite. “Hosting musical performances, exhibitions, theatre and film, this is truly a rural cultural gem.”

Tinahely is also part of the Wicklow Way route which is a 132 km (82 miles) Way-Marked Way and which follows a North-South line over the eastern flanks of the Wicklow Mountains.




For more information or to arrange a viewing, click here.

Images: Sherry FitzGerald O’Leary Kinsella

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