The Munster Property in partnership with Horgan Properties.
Offered at bids over €110,000
This is a charming, detached, Irish stone cottage, full of character, with many original features, including exposed stone walls. The single-storey cottage has been tastefully renovated and modernised (with a new chimney, new guttering, a new boiler powering oil-fired central heating, re-fitted bathroom, and incorporating double-glazing) to make this a comfortable and spacious residence. The cottage has been re-wired in recent years and has a mains water supply.
The cottage and mill are located on the banks of the Owveg River and the property is believed to have historical fishing rights along the river bank. The exceptional features of the property are the south-facing aspect and the grounds. The property comprises approximately 1 acre including a large garden and a wonderful shaded, wooded area leading via a pathway to the bank of the river. The property is very private overall and has a unique old charm and character.
The property is approached down a narrow lane leading to a gravelled driveway. The cottage occupies a sheltered position beside the derelict three-storey mill. There is also a second derelict stone building close by, on the far side of the original mill wheel. The property has lots of potential - the present owners had ambitions to renovate the derelict mill and stone building but due to family circumstances were unable to devote time beyond caring for the cottage.
The accommodation consists of a living room, dining room / bedroom 4, farm-house style kitchen, master bedroom with ensuite bathroom (including a Jacuzzi bath), a further 2 bedrooms with a shared bathroom. The dwelling is in excellent decorative order.
The Mill, Beheenagh, Knocknagoshel, in County Kerry, is situated off the beaten track, yet has excellent access to the convenience of major national roads. The N21 is less than a mile away and gives direct access to Limerick (50 minutes) and Dublin (3 hours). Kerry International Airport (Farranfore) is a short 25 km drive and Shannon Airport can be comfortably reached within 75 minutes. Cork City and its airport can also be reached within 2 hours.
Knocknagoshel is an unspoilt Irish village situated on a hill-side (approximately 1 mile from the cottage) and has old-style narrow streets, a grocery shop, a few pubs, a church, and a school. Abbeyfeale is the nearest town and can be reached within a 5-10-minute drive. Castleisland is also about a 10-15-minute drive away and the large town of Tralee can be reached within 20 minutes. The cottage is also close to the heritage town of Listowel (20 minutes) with its famous horse-racing meetings and Writers\' Week. The beautiful Ring of Kerry and Killarney are less than 40 minutes away.
Travelling from Abbeyfeale towards Castleisland on the N21 take the left turn approx. one mile from Abbeyfeale signed Newmarket/Brosna. Continue on this road for approx. Three miles then take a right at exit signed Knocknagoshel 3km. continue over the bridge and the property is visible from here on the right. Take the laneway on the right to access the property.
TO VIEW OR MAKE A BID Contact Horgan Properties or visit: www.munsterpropertyauction.ie, 021 234 9696.
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This property is offered for sale by unconditional auction. The successful bidder is required to pay a 10% deposit and contracts are signed immediately on acceptance of a bid. The buyer will be granted 28 days from the date of exchange to complete the purchase. Please note this property is subject to an undisclosed reserve price. Terms and conditions apply to this sale, which is operated by The Munster Property Auction powered by IAM Sold.
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