Quinn Property, has for sale, a stone-built cottage on a circa 1.36-acres in Wexford with a guide price of €175,000.
The residence is in a “much sought after” location, along the southern slopes of Tara Hill in north Co. Wexford.
Stone-built cottage for sale
According to the selling agent, the property boasts “stunning” views of the coast over Ballymoney and Courtown.
Commenting on the listing, David Quinn said:
“The site is approached via a hardcore laneway. The traditional stone-built cottage has been unoccupied for some time.”
“The cottage extends to c. 12m x 4.6m overall and has stunning views of Ballymoney and the coastline.”
“The property is 2km from Tara Hill village with primary school, church and shop, 2km from Ballymoney village and the sea and 3km off the N11.”
“Gorey with all its amenities is 5km away. Gorey is one of north Wexford’s most noted towns.”
“It offers an excellent choice of schools from primary, secondary, post-leaving to adult education along with a wealth of restaurants, shops, pubs, hotels, and leisure centres.”
Furthermore, Wexford is a 40-minute drive, Enniscorthy is a 20-minute drive, while south Dublin is a 45-minute drive.
“The area is a renowned tourist spot with beautiful beaches such as Ballymoney and Clone.”
“There is a great choice of golf courses, including Ballymoney, Courtown Golf Club. Numerous outdoor activities and pursuits are only a short drive away.”
Photos of stone-built cottage for sale
25-acre roadside holding for auction
Meanwhile, the property firm will offer a circa 25.5-acre roadside holding with derelict cottages in Co Wexford is set for sale by public auction next month.
According to the selling agent, the lands in Moor, Killenagh, Gorey have good frontage onto the public road with three access points.
Lands are currently laid out in six divisions, all of which are in grass and of “good quality”.
The agent added that there are two derelict residences on the lands in need of “complete renovation”.
The lands are 8km south of Gorey, 3km from the coast and Riverchapel, 5km from Courtown and 6km from Ballygarrett.
“Gorey is one of north Wexford’s most noted towns and offers an excellent choice of amenities and services.”
“Wexford is a 30-minute drive, Enniscorthy a 20-minute drive, while Dublin is a comfortable commute of one hour.”
Services include mains water and electricity. Outbuildings include a cattle pen and crush.
The selling agent will offer the property for sale in the following lots:
- 1: C. 23.8-acres with derelict cottage and cattle pen;
- 2: C. 1.8-acres with derelict farmhouse;
- 3: The entire.
The online auction will take place on Tuesday, August 10th, at 3 pm.
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