A “charmingly” presented thatched dwelling with “a wealth” of classic features has become available for sale in Co Galway.
Helen Cassidy, MRICS B.A.(Mod)MSCSI, auctioneer, is overseeing the sale of the property in Cornamona.
The agent is seeking €275,000 for the 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom detached residence on Doorus Peninsula, Lough Corrib.
Drawing reference to the location, she said the property is in an area of “outstanding scenic beauty”.
This property comprises four bedrooms, three ensuites, a large traditional open-plan living room with a feature fireplace, a fully fitted kitchen/dining room and a study.
Its conservatory boasts “spectacular” panoramic views of the surrounding mountain ranges.
Lastly, the property – which is “deep in the heart” of Connemara – also boasts a mature garden and water feature.
Cassidy said the residence offers access to some of the “finest” fishing in Western Europe.
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Photos: 3-bed derelict dwelling for €125,000
Meanwhile, if you are in the market for a derelict dwelling for a restoration project, then Farrell Auctioneers’ newest listing in Co Galway may be of interest.
According to Colm Farrell of Farrell Auctioneers, Valuers & Estate Agents Ltd, the property at Ballimabillagh, Cappataggle, needs refurbishment.
The estate agent explained that the property is approximately 2.5km from Cappataggle.
The property extends to 709.53 sq ft and is set on approximately a 0.91-acre mature site.
Accommodation includes an entrance hallway, a living room, a kitchen, three bedrooms and a bathroom.
The selling agent is seeking €125,000 for the three-bed detached derelict dwelling.
Commenting on the G BER-rated property, he said: “This property offers huge potential to the purchaser to develop in an area where planning permission is very hard to obtain.”
“To view this property, please contact Farrell Auctioneers, Valuers & Estate Agents Ltd on 091 – 632688,” he concluded.
Property: ‘It’s clear prices are only going to go one way’
In other related news, most of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland’s agents (89%) expect property prices to rise in 2022.
On the other hand, just 9% expect prices to remain the same, while 2% expect a decrease.
In 2021, the respective figures were 68%, 24% and 8%. SCSI estate agents believe property prices in Connacht/Ulster will see an increase of 7%. Read more.