A single-storey cottage in a “small, well-maintained” development of Cois Cuaine, on the outskirts of Bellharbour, County Clare, has hit the market.
Farrell Auctioneers, Valuers & Estate Agents Ltd is overseeing the sale of the “comfortable and well-appointed” property, which it is guiding at €215,000.
Colm Farrell has suggested that the D2-BER rated “tastefully decorated” residence is an “ideal” holiday home and has “great” holiday rental area potential.
Accommodation includes an entrance hall, a kitchen/dining area, a living area, an internal hallway, three bedrooms and a bathroom.
He said it is close to a “wide” range of amenities and is “excellent value, offering great future potential value”.
This Bellharbour cottage offers three bedrooms, an open plan living accommodation with an open fire.
The sunny patio of this Bellharbour cottage boasts what Farrell described as “extensive” views of The Burren. He described this as a “truly unique landscape rich in flora and fauna, and a walkers’ paradise”.
Continuing, he said: “The landscape of County Clare is some of the most beautiful in the world.”
“Accessible from this beautiful cottage is the famous Flaggy Shore, the award-winning beach at Lahinch, The Burren region and the Cliffs of Moher and the seaside village of Kinvara.”
“Walkers and nature lovers alike will love the fantastic location of this beautiful cottage,” he added.
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Meanwhile, Jordan Auctioneers has just placed a D2 BER-rated detached 4-bedroom bungalow with a range of outbuildings in Co. Kildare on the market.
The property, which sits on circa 4.49-acres, is in Ballysax Hills, Cutbush, The Curragh, Co. Kildare.
According to the property firm’s Stephen Talbot, it has a double garage, two stables, a three-span hayshed, a small calf shed, cattle handling facilities (a crush), two paddocks and “excellent” road frontage.
Currently, the land is in two paddocks in permanent pasture with water laid on and natural hedgerows giving “excellent” shelter.
Talbot said the “property offers huge potential to put your own stamp on it”.