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Photos: Agent seeking €170k for 3-bed family home

Sherry Fitzgerald O’Leary Kinsella, has for sale, a three-bedroom home in Bessmount, Caim, Enniscorthy, Co, Wexford, Y21 AT44.

It is seeking €170,000 for the two-storey home, in a “convenient” location, 7km from Enniscorthy town centre.

This C3 BER-rated family home, extending to approximately i1336 sqft, is set back from the road and has mature trees on the boundary.

Wexford home for sale

Commenting on the listing, selling agent, Declan O’Leary, said:

“The property has a gravel driveway with ample parking while sitting on 0.19 ha (0.47-acres).”

“The property is being sold as-is with no electricity connected. The supply has been off for a period of time.”

What he described as a “bright, welcoming” entrance hall directs you to several family reception rooms. Meanwhile, a staircase leads to the bedrooms on the first floor.

There is a “well-proportioned” sitting room is on your left, while to the right is the master bedroom with en-suite.

To the rear of the property are a series of connecting reception rooms, including a kitchen, separate dining room and utility room is off the kitchen; a guest WC in the entrance hall.

On the first floor, the landing leads to two bedrooms. A bathroom and a hot press complete the accommodation at this level.

In summary:

Ground floor:

  • Entrance hall;
  • Sitting room;
  • Kitchen;
  • Dining room;
  • Utility room;
  • Master bedroom;
  • En-suite.

First floor:

  • Landing;
  • Second bedroom;
  • Third bedroom;
  • Bathroom.

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Post-auction report: A ‘two-horse race’ for €830k 46ac residential farm

Meanwhile, a circa 46-acre residential farm in Co Carlow exceeded its price guide by over €270,000 when it came under the hammer earlier this week.

Jordan Auctioneers guided the holding at Knockdromagh, Myshall at €12,000/acre or €552,000 for the entire ahead of the public auction.

As featured by That’s Farming in recent weeks, Paddy Jordan of Jordan Town and Country Estate Agents, Newbridge, suggested that the property is “ideally suitable for a dairy enterprise or bloodstock”.

The property is near Garryhill and is convenient to Bagenalstown, Fenagh and Borris.

It comprises a compact residence (in need of “substantial” upgrade) and yard, with two three-span hay sheds, a four-span hayshed with a lean-to and five boxes, barn with five boxes, cattle pen and crush.

He described the land, in grass, as “top quality with no waste’”. The land is in six divisions with “excellent” shelter and piped water.

He auctioned the property at 3 pm on Thursday, December 2nd, 2021, before a crowd of approximately 20 people.

“Bidding was a two-horse race from the outset to the very end,” the selling agent told That’s Farming.

Report this post-auction report in full.

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