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5 Bed Bungalow in County Meath Ireland Large 5 bed bungalow on an acre. Solar home 400 litre insulated stainless water tank with 40 kingspan tubes and heating controls, also Triple glaze front and back doors, with security Cameras and automatic lighting. Wired for surround sound and environmental outdoor speakers. Magnificent views front and back and sun aspect. Other information: Distance from Main Attraction: 5 mins driving Distance from Golf: 3 mins driving Distance from Sea: 35 mins driving Distance from Airport: 25 mins driving About the area: The property is very close to the world famous TAYTO PARK. County Meath is a county in Ireland. It is in the province of Leinster and is part of the Mid-East Region. It is named after the historic Kingdom of Meath. Meath County Council is the local authority for the county. Meath has a strong farming tradition has been prominent historically for cattle, dairying, potatoes and grain. Meath is Ireland's leading county producer of potatoes, and a significant producer of beef, barley, milk, wheat, and root vegetables. The property is located only 5 min from the famous Fairyhouse Racecourse which also holds markets and events at certain times of the year.
4 Bed House in County Kerry Ireland This recently refurbished residence comprises of kitchen/dining room, utility room, sitting room, 4 bedrooms and shower room, there is an attached shed to the house and there are also a detached workshop and enclosed barn contained on the property. The entire property sits on c. 2 acres of land. Ideal opportunity for anyone wishing to take on a small holding. About the area: County Kerry, in the peninsular southwest region of Ireland, is known for its pockets of Irish-language speakers and striking terrain. Passing rugged coastline and mountains, the Ring of Kerry is a popular scenic driving route skirting the edges of the Iveragh Peninsula. Within Killarney National Park’s 10,000-hectare limits are trails through forests, moorland and to landmarks like Torc Waterfall and Torc Mountain.
3 Bedroom House in County Kerry Ireland Currently a family home this is a beautifully renovated, architect designed, property. The traditional property is set in a peaceful and stunning location on the cliffs of the Wild Atlantic Way, a popular tourist route along the dramatic West Kerry Coast. The main house could be a beautiful holiday home or residence. Original thick stone walls, have been fully insulated with high grade materials. The double glazed Windows and insulation ensure that all three properties provide cosy environments. Look at the images; it is breathtakingly beautiful here. Everybody gasps when they see the views. The last house in a no-through lane surrounded by sea-views, fields, horses, a castle ruin and the sound of crashing waves. A photographer's dream. With sea views from every window you can see the Wild Atlantic Coast stretching from the Shannon Estuary (Ballybunion and the cliffs of Dooneen) right round to Kerry Head. The views are panoramic, say 270 of sea, cliffs, mountains and countryside. A beautiful, insulated, stone shed is at the end of the grounds. There is a raised seating area outside where you can relax with a beverage and soak in the views. Shops are a 5 minute coastal drive away and will even deliver for you. There is a pub serving food at the top of the lane. There are beautiful local walks to enjoy, lined with beautiful wild flowers and delicious blackberries. There are a choice of excellent local schools, either very local or a short school bus trip away in beautiful Ballybunion. Our son has just finished school in Ballybunion where he gained scholarships in Maths and German having achieved marks in the top 10 percent Nationally. He is now in the renowned Trinity College Dublin. Main Residence Yellow painted bungalow. Area for coats and shoes at front door. Panelled pine doors throughout. Lounge with under stair office space features a cathedral ceiling with chandelier and sky light window. The original fireplace, enclosed to preserve heat, features an attractive, reconditioned Stanley 9 in two tone red with matching tile surround. This efficiently heats many rooms without back boiler due to its central position in the home. Night storage heating is fitted for additional use as required. WIFI is via Permanet. Stairway to landing, currently holding two free standing book cases, leads to bedroom 2: Light and spacious family room. Large sky light window and smaller side window afford fabulous panoramic views along the cliffs via Meenogahane, all the way to Kerry Head; also across the sea to County Claire and Loop Head lighthouse. Hallway leads from lounge to large family bathroom.Attractive free standing roll top enamelled bath with mixer taps and hand shower unit. Large shower enclosure runs the width of the room. Attractive enamelled sink and old style toilet cistern with chain pull. Floor tiled. Double glazed, frosted window. Hot press with shelving. Carpeted stairway to bedroom 3. Another spacious room with room for double and single bed, computer desk, cabinet and wardrobe. Stunning view from large sky light window of Ballybunion, Bromore cliffs and across the Atlantic to Loop County Clare and Loop Head lighthouse. Attached stone built utility and shed. Plumbing and electricity supplied. Old sink and toilet fitted. Plumbing for washing machine. Outside: Over 1/3rd acre land, separated by wall and fencing to provide three, private outside spaces. The house has a large, partly landscaped garden with shrubs, a tree, multiple, highly scented rose bushes and flowers. A large 7000 year old piece of bog wood, the envy of the local garden centre, has been set into the space and planted with hardy flowering plants. Spectacular, unrivalled views to enjoy in total Peace! Spacious, twin doored, plastic coated, correlated iron shed, well made locally and fitted on hard standing. There are some unused, derelict farm buildings out front and one shed used for storing two tractors we have no noise from local farmers who mostly keep horses and cows, none of which are sheltered near our home the local bull is a big softy and will casually pass you by with nothing more than a glance I wish we could take him with us! A highly efficient and modern bio-tank is situated in the grounds. To the rear of the house is a traditional stone shed, accessed via the lane with private parking, a raised patio area to the front can be used for outdoor eating or reading with panoramic views. The roof, originally corrugated iron has been treated and layered with all requirements to provide for a lovely flowering roof. The thick stone walls have been dry lined and insulated along with the roof and floor. Small diamond shaped, double glazed Windows replace the original, traditional animal shed triangular openings. The lounge is currently fitted with a sofa bed, table, gas stove, radiator, wall mounted TV and multiple sockets including WIFI booster. There is a mezzanine floor within to provide excellent storage accessed via hand crafted steps provide aesthetically pleasing access to the balconied mezzanine. This shed also has water and electricity supplied. All in all a delightful property with grounds and additional sheds suitable for multiple uses.
5 Bedroom House in Republic Of Ireland There are 5 Bedrooms; which includes 4 double bedrooms and one single bedroom, also in the home there are 2 bathrooms. The House is in Inishowen in the north west of Ireland, in the Republic of Ireland in a quiet rural area but about 30 miles from the city of Derry and the airport. The house also includes a view of the Countryside and is being sold Furnished. This is a 5 Bedroom, 2 bathroom detached house on a half-acre site with a one and a half acre field beside it. The field can be sold as part of the property or sold separately. Other Property Details: Parking: Off Street Parking No of Outbuildings: One garden shed View: Mountain; Country Orientation: North-East Distance from Sea: 15 mins Distance from Airport: 45 mins Distance from Golf: 15 mins Distance from Main Attraction: 15 mins
4 Bed House in Cloughjordan Tipperary Ireland 4 bed detached bungalow with 2 en-suites and main bathroom with shower. Detached 10mtr x 10mtr garage, with Ford Mondeo 2.0ltr estate Ghia Auto, trailer, ladders etc., with rear workshop with ride on lawn tractor. Also the loft area is fully open and ready for extending by adding three or four further rooms if required. Property comes furnished, and also includes: Private Garden Parking: Off Street Parking, Garage View: Mountain, Country No. of Reception Rooms: 1 Orientation: West Distance from Sea: 1.5 Hours + Distance from Airport: 1 hour Distance from Golf: 30 mins Distance from Main Attraction: 30 mins
Stunning 10 Bedroom House in Co Meath Ireland 10 Bedroom 4 Bathroom, Countryside views The House stands on two Irish Acres of land. The House will be sold unfurnished, and the area of the house is 4, 0000 sqm. There is also a three link Barn and a two link Workshop, the Workshop contains a new Car/Van hydraulic 20 Ton lift. About the area: County Meath is a county in Ireland. It is in the province of Leinster and is part of the Mid-East Region. It is named after the historic Kingdom of Meath. Meath County Council is the local authority for the county.
8 Bedroom House in Youghal, County Cork, Ireland Located in Youghal, County Cork, Ireland it includes 8 Beds and 1 Bathroom and is priced at 350000 Euros. The Property has 8 beds, and can be negotiated to be furnished. The property includes: • Private Garden • Oil and solid fuel central heating • Lounge • Dining Room • Sitting Room The Beaches is a beautiful spacious 3 storey Victorian residence c.1896 situated on Youghals fabulous beach. Featuring 6 bedrooms, Toilet. Retaining many period features including ceiling coving, stained glass porch door and cast iron fire places. At basement level private apartment consisting of 2 bedrooms, living/dining room, bathroom, fully equipped commercial kitchen. The Beaches is an exquisite period family home which could quickly be converted to a successful B&B.
Set on the edge of Easkey village in County Sligo, beside a salmon river, and world-famous surf, The Old Rectory and its two coach houses form an extensive and delightful Georgian property enclosed within secluded walled grounds. Lying directly on the Wild Atlantic Way, the property offers great potential as a comfortable home, a business or for extended family. Details/picture gallery on: www.oldrectoryeaskey.net Original features include: high ceilings; bright, spacious, well-proportioned rooms; recessed wooden sash windows with shutters; a fireplace in every room; wide, panelled doors; corniced ceilings with central roses; lime and pine decorative panelling in the breakfast/dining room. There are period wooden floors in the front reception rooms and attractive, old quarry-tile and stone-flagged floors to the rear. The hallway is solid floored and carpeted. The kitchen and bathrooms are modern, without spoiling the character of the house. The bedrooms at the front of the house look over the Easkey River, through the Rectory's trees. The village is right beside the Atlantic Ocean, the sea is just a five minute walk from the house. A scenic path running beside the river leads to the shore. The main house comprises: Downstairs: an entrance lobby and hallways, library/dining room, double aspect drawing room, dining/breakfast room, double aspect kitchen, back kitchen, pantry room, shower room with wc, understairs storage. All the rooms look out onto the grounds. Upstairs: a master suite with lobby, large bedroom, walk in dressing room, bathroom, separate wc; 3 additional double bedrooms and a family bath/shower room and wc. At the rear of the house lies an enclosed sun-trap courtyard with stone flags, protected by original, high stone walls, ideal for al fresco eating. This leads to the main rear courtyard. The walls of the house and courtyards are covered with roses, wisteria and Virginia creeper. Two additional stone built coach houses (approx 840sq ft each) are attractively situated around the yard. Coach House 1 was derelict until 1996. A small amount of additional work (to windows and French doors) would make this building ideal as a business location, BB accommodation, studio space or home to extended family. The building has a kitchen, sitting room, atrium hall, shower room/wc, laundry/utility downstairs. Upstairs are two large bedrooms and wc (with ample room for a bath or shower). Attached small car port and garden/tool shed. Coach House 2 has two single bedrooms, living room and wc upstairs, workshops below. The second half of this building is approached through the inner courtyard, and offers great potential. The gardens comprise an established, secluded flower garden, a formal-style, sun-filled vegetable garden/potager and an orchard. There is also a small, enclosed paddock which currently houses hens and a polytunnel. There are mature trees throughout the property, which is almost entirely walled. The property has high speed fibre optic broadband, good mobile phone coverage, a landline, ESB, mains water and sewarage and oil fired central heating. Sligo is 25 miles (35 minutes), Ballina 15.5 miles (20 minutes), both of which have railway stations to Dublin. Bus Eirann (Sligo-Ballina route) stops in the village 5 minutes walk from the house. Knock International Airport is 40 miles and takes one hour and Dublin is 2.75 hours drive. Easkey village has a Health Centre, Post Office, food shops newsagent, butcher, petrol, Pudding Row Cafe, pubs, hairdresser, take away, churches, Community Centre, school, nursery school, pottery - all 5 mins walk. There is a good choice of schools in the wider area. Easkey's stunning natural scenery is one of its primary attractions and its river and the adjacent Atlantic Ocean provide recreational pursuits to residents and visitors alike. The village is internationally recognised as having one of the premier surf breaks in Europe. For fishermen, the Easkey River (Easkey, or Iascaigh in Irish, means 'full of fish') provides salmon and trout fishing during the season, while the proximity to the world-famous River Moy is another attraction. There is, of course, sea-fishing close by.
Semi-Detached House - 2 Beds - 1 Bath No.16 represents a unique opportunity to purchase a home in one of Ireland's best retirement villages. Moorehall has become well known as a superbly maintained, managed secure for the over 55's to live. All the amenities of Ardee town are on your doorstep. The property is in perfect walk into condition, is tastefully decorated and is bound to appeal to those looking for a hassle free existence.
Detached House - 4 Beds - 2 Baths 4 bed detached farmhouse for sale. There are 4 large bright bedrooms, with 1 en-suite, kitchen, 2 reception rooms, games room and an office. This property is bound to appeal to those looking for a family home. This property must be viewed to be fully appreciated.