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HomeFarming NewsWell-finished’ cottage with ‘huge’ potential for €199,000
Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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Well-finished’ cottage with ‘huge’ potential for €199,000

A charming, bright, spacious, and well-finished cottage with “huge” potential nestled in the Wexford countryside has just hit the market.

Sherry Fitzgerald O’Leary Kinsella is handling the sale of the property in Ballindaggin, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, for €199,000.

The property is surrounded by mature trees and hedging, providing a private garden to the rear of the dwelling with a driveway to the side of the house providing ample parking.

Furthermore, there is also a large side paddock, which, the agent says, is “very” useful, with the overall site extending to 0.47 ha (1.16-acres) approximately.

The property is in an “ideal” location, enjoying countryside living, only 10km from Bunclody and 12km from Enniscorthy.

The picturesque village of Ballindaggin is a short walk with a pub, a restaurant, a church, a large playground area and a primary school.

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3-bed cottage ‘in need of full refurbishment’ for €50,000

€50,000 is the asking price for a new-to-market 3-bed detached cottage in Co. Mayo.

Martin Finn Auctioneers Claremorris is handling the sale of the property in Barnagurry, Kiltimagh, Mayo.

A spokesperson for the firm says that the country cottage sits on a 0.5-acre site and is “in need of full refurbishment”.

Its accommodation, extending to 98 m² – includes a living room with an open fireplace, a back kitchen, and three bedrooms, and services include water and ESB connections.

The property is located “in the heart of nice countryside”, being three miles from Knock village.

The site is tree lined on one side of the property, which is overgrown, the agent says.

Read more on this listing.

Kerry cottage

A BER-exempt derelict cottage (subject to planning permission) in Co Kerry has hit the market with a €50,000 price tag.

According to William Hennigan Auctioneer, its proposed accommodation includes three bedrooms (one ensuite), a kitchen/dining room, a sitting room, a utility room and a bathroom.

Proposed services, the auctioneer added, include a mains water connection and a mains ESB connection.

The property is in a “scenic” setting, with mountain and countryside views approximately  2 miles from Gneeveguilla village and 10 miles to the popular tourist town of Killarney and all amenities.

Read more on this listing.

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