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This is a great opportunity to acquire a prime agricultural holding situated in an extremely good location, off the M4, outside Enfield and Longwood. This is a great opportunity to acquire a prime agricultural holding with a ruin of a house, and a hay barn. The property is entered via a farm gate off the road, with cattle handling facilities, it is laid out in one block, bound by natural hedging, with free draining soil, it is currently in grass. The property provides an ideal opportunity for an intending purchaser to apply for planning permission for one or more residences subject to the necessary consents. '+CHR(13)+ Longwood c.5 km, Enfield c.8 km, M4 c.8 km,
New to the market! Rare opportunity to purchase a secluded plot of land in a beautiful, rural location with Atlantic Ocean views. Full planning permission for 4 bedroom detached house. Only 10 miles from Donegal's airport & 4 miles from Dungloe town/ 25 miles from Letterkenny, with ample shops, restaurants and nightlife. This plot of land is in one of the most picturesque, romantic spots on the Northwest Coast of Ireland. This land is family owned and further parcels of land are available, depending on your requirements. Land For Sale N/A bed in Letterkenny Donegal Ireland search Letterkenny properties Land For Sale in Letterkenny Donegal Ireland search Letterkenny properties
A great opportunity to acquire a prime agricultural holding excellent top quality land which is divided into four main divisions all in grass. A great opportunity to acquire a prime agricultural holding of excellent top quality land which is divided into four main divisions all in grass. The land which is well sheltered with mature hedging and trees boasts some of the best views in Co Dublin and is accessed via a laneway.'+CHR(13)+ LOCATION - This property is located approximately 6 miles north of Dublin Airport and is in a prime location with easy access to Swords, Lusk, Skerries and Balbriggan, and to the M1 motorway. DIRECTIONS - From Swords take the R132 Lusk Road (old N1). From the Lissenhall interchangetravel for 4 miles towards Balbriggan. At Murtaghs Pub, turn left, from here continue for 3.7 km (2.4 miles), turn right up the lane with the cul-de-sac sign. travel up the lane the gateway is on the left after a
Located close to the village of Carrigallen, the lands are in permanent grass of mixed with quality on an elevated site, with stunning views across Lough Calloughs. There is no road frontage. This is an ideal location for one residence subject to necessary contents. There is a right of way in favour of the health officer to service the water pumping station. Directions Go through the village of Carrigallen on the R204 heading west. From the post office in Carrigallan continue for 1.3km and then take a right up a lane for 0.11km and the land is in front of you. The property is located up a lane 1.3km from this pretty picturesque village. Carrigallen has a number of pubs, a shop, post office and a school. Cavan town is about a twenty minutes drive and is a thriving market town.
Old Georgian house & 15 self catering apartments, 2 courtyards, out buildings, 2 bed cottage in need of renovation, tennis court, lake, croquet lawns, and some of the oldest trees in Munster and mature gardens. Set in its own private valley near Clonakilty in West Cork, Ardnavaha House was the original rectory for the local church at the top of the drive. The House was built in 1812 and was sold to the Robertson family in the 1920's. It changed hands in the late 1960's and was bought by a German family who built a block of hotel rooms adjoining the house. The current owners have restored the house and developed the self contained luxury apartments into a thriving business which are now successfully let through the Holiday Property Bond. Ardnavaha comprises some 10 acres of land, further land may be available. In addition it also benefits from a tennis court and croquet lawn.
Lanespark set in the middle of top quality agricultural land. The present income from entitlements is 24,300. There is 2.5acres of commercial forestry that is ready for clearfell. A forester has completed a detailed volume analysis of this an estimates that it is worth c. 23,000. The house at Lanespark is a beautifully proportioned Georgian two storey family home and has been extensively renovated and restored in recent years. One enters the house into the hall. Off the hall is a large drawing room with French doors to the garden. On the other side is a handsome dining room. The country kitchen with Rayburn leads to the utility and out to the gardens. There is a large wing which contains a further 2 bedrooms, bathroom and study. The staircase leads up to the landing with 3 bedrooms one ensuite and a large family bathroom. There is a lovely feeling of warmth and light through out this spacious elegant family home. Directions via Urlingford. Take the Urlingford exit off the M8. Continue down through the main street of Urlingford. At the end of the town take the R689 road to the left signposted for Killlenaule. Continue on this road for c. 10 minutes through the villages of Gortnahoe & New Birmingham. At the next village, Ballynonty, at the cross (4 x roads) take a right ,signposted for Thurles. The entrance to the property is 1.5 miles on the right hand side. Look for timber fencing along the entr
This charming Georgian house sits amongst its on 52 acres, with frontage and fishing rights on the River Deal. There is also an inner courtyard with 3 bed cottage & large 2nd courtyard together with large walled garden. Knockglass House is a most charming family residence which dates back to the late 1700s with a further extension 100 years later. In more recent times it has been the home to the last four Bishops of Tuam, Killala and Achonry. The house is approached by a long tree lined entrance which eventually opens to the front of Knockglass. The lands of c. 52 acres are mainly to the front with a large walled garden and mature woodland to the rear. The residence is a graciously proportioned family home, enjoying a south east elevation and fine undisturbed views over its own lands and beyond. The four reception rooms have a considerable feeling of warmth and are enhanced by their pleasant proportions and brightness. The drawing room and dining room are to the front of the house and have 11 ft ceilings with ornate cornicing and fine marble fireplaces. There are a total of 6 well proportion bedrooms.
Located in a tranquil setting,the original house & gate lodge have been sympathetically restored and upgraded. This is a working stud farm & the highly regarded Clononeen herd of coloured cobs have been bred & exported since the 1970s. A unique opportunity to acquire a country house and working stud farm in immaculate condition located in a tranquil setting. Main Residence: Open plan kitchen/living room, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, cloakroom, utility room, walk-in hot press, boot room, office. The main house extends to approx. 2,000 sq. ft. (186 sq. m.) Gate Lodge: Open plan kitchen/living room, 2 bedrooms 1 en suite, bathroom & utility room. Total approx. 850 sq. ft. (78.9 sq. m.) Main Stable Yard: American Barn 10 Lodden boxes, adjoining vet room, 4 large barns (one in stables), 2 large lean-tos, two-storey stone barn including pump-room, tack room, storage areas, extensive concrete yards, arena, machinery yard. Second Yard: Second surfaced yard in the centre of the farm with 30 x 20 shed. Lands: Lands extend to c. 16.16ha (40 acres), laid out in grass, postand- railed, electric fencing and piped water throughout, internal access through fields and convenient road entrances. Dublin 108 km (67 miles), Limerick 85 km (53 miles), Kilkenny 56 km (35 miles), Nenagh 38 km (24 miles), Portlaoise 27 (16 miles), Roscrea 10km (6 miles), Borris-in-Ossory 1.6km (1 mile). Directions: From Dublin: Take the M7 past Portlaoise to the turn-off (Junction 21) for Borris-in-Ossory (approx. 70 minutes in normal traffic from the Red Cow roundabout). Then take the turn left for Limerick on the old N7 at the final roundabout, then first right after about 800 metres. Clononeen Stud is 300 m
Bowelk House is a graciously proportioned home and remains true to its era. Lot 1- House on 3.59 ha (8.87 acres) - AMV EURO550,000. Lot 2 - Lands of 6.77 ha (16.73 acres) - AMV EURO150,000. Lot 3 - Derelict Mill on 0.81 ha (2 acres) with FPP for 3 apartments - AMV EURO50,000. Lot 4 - Derelict Cottage and forge on 0.71 ha (1.76 acres) -AMV EURO40,000. Lot 5 - The Entire (Bowelk House on 11.88 ha ( 29.63 acres) - AMV EURO790,000. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a comfortable un-spoilt period property which is located in pleasant quiet countryside, and yet within easy driving distance of Dublin and Belfast and good towns such as Monaghan. The reception rooms have a considerable feeling of warmth and are enhanced by their pleasant proportions and brightness. There are a total of four well proportioned bedrooms and two smaller bedrooms in the garden wing. Bowelk boast a superb walled garden which is directly accessed from the house. This garden has been well maintained over the years and there are walks through the box hedging and to one side of the garden there is a fruit orchard. The derelict Mill which is located on the North side of the Lands has FPP for 3 apartments and would suit conversion into a styllish single residence. Across the road there is a separate cottage and forge, which is an ideal site for a singel residence, subject to the necessary planning permissions. Located in the heart of the rolling hills of Monaghan, 3.8 km's from the small town of Ballybay. The large and principle town of the county is Monaghan which is 18 km's away. Dublin Airport 104 km, Belfast City 103 km Armagh 37km Enniskillen 62km.
Gloriously situated on 32 acres of stunning headland, looking out over Bantry Bay and below a spectacular mountain backdrop. This once in a lifetime opportunity on the Sheep's Head peninsula, a little under five miles from the town of Bantry, includes your own beach and coastline. The setting is breathtaking and a genuine commitment will transform this into one of the most desirable residences in the country. However, perhaps the most valuable commodity here is the peace and tranquility of the surroundings. The planning permission is for a residence of approx. 6,200 sq ft of luxurious living space nestled into the landscape and facing into the bay. The grounds can be structured and landscaped to provide the most suitable synergy between the inteior space of the house and its surroundings, fusing the house with the site in the most sympathetic manner. The Sheep's head peninsula is a peaceful unspoilt finger of land stretching out into the Atlantic. A gulf stream climate means milder winters and warmer summers, you will notice the palm trees. The peninsula stretches west from Bantry, out to Sheep's Head, about 2 5miles away. Killveenoge is on the northeren part of the peninsula.
Located at the shores of Clogher Lake the house is approached along an avenue lined with copper beeches, beeches and oaks and is surrounded by its own c 94 acres leading to the extensive lakeshore frontage. As the avenue sweeps off to the front of the house, catching the first glimpses of the lake, veering to the right is a back entrance to the courtyard and farm buildings. The residence makes a superb family home, which is well located, benefiting from being centrally set within its own lands and enjoying fine views over mature parkland down to the lake. The house is conveniently laid out and although it impresses by its grandeur it very much feels like a home. The rooms are bright, well proportioned and are a showcase of Georgian architecture. Throughout the house there are exquisite features, such as the corniced ceilings, the wood panelled recessed windows and the impressive antique fireplaces. Directions: from the bridge in Carrick-on-Shannon continue on the N4 Sligo Road for 4.6miles then take the left hand turn signposted for Croghan and there is a white lodge style house on the corner. Continue along this road and over the Railway Bridge and veer to the right. Continue for 2.6miles until you reach a T Junction (there is a sign on the T Junction for Ashford Croghan) take a right hand turn signed Ballyboy Farm. Continue for 0.5 miles and Moylurg is on the left hand side with blue c
Built as a sporting lodge for the Berridge Family it is situated in a spectacular location with magnificent views over the wildest and most beautiful parts of Connemara. On C. 4 Hectares (10 acres) The house is surrounded by its own 10 acres, which is an oasis of growth and overlooks the Fermoyle Lakes, the Twelve Pins and the Maamturk Mountains. The accommodation is laid out over two floors and offers both bright and spacious living space, mostly taking the upmost advantage of the stunning surrounding landscapes. The main house consists of 4/5 reception rooms, five bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms, kitchen and store rooms. In the annex there is further accommodation of two bedrooms with ensuite bathroom, and there is also a three bedroomed gate lodge, with kitchen and sitting room. The property has been maintained to a high standard and much care has also been given to the grounds and gardens surrounding the house. It is approached along a tree lined avenue with specimen Rhododendrons, exotic shrubs, the avenue then meanders by an ornamental pond to the front of the house. There is further grazing land and some woodland. The property is located approximately 10 miles from the busy town of Oughterard, commonly known as the Gateway of Connemara, 6 miles from Costello and 27 miles from Galway City and Airport.
The property is approached by electronic gates and has the benefit of c.11 acres of land together with useful farm buildings. Gilltown Farmhouse is truly a property with a difference, with all the charm of a period farmhouse together with an exceptionally constructed modern extension filled with bright and spacious accommodation. The farmhouse dates back to the Mid 18th century, and in recent years has been meticulously and sensitively restored to perfect condition. To the rear of the farmhouse there is a wide and light filled hallway which continues to the rear accommodation. Great thought has been put into the residence on a whole and it now presents itself as a fantastic family home, with numerous reception rooms and quiet space to relax in; together with 4/5 bedrooms. Features: All walls are double insulated Interior walls of the extension are 9inch thick Solid mahogany windows throughout and double glazed in the modern wing Dimmer lights throughout Wooden floors are 1inch thick Canadian walnut floors Gilltown Farmhouse is located in the Boyne Valley and Beauparc is a quiet country area, with beautiful tree lined roads and countryside, making it a very desirable location. Travelling time to Dublin has been shortened with the opening of the M2 bypassing Ashbourne and the M1 motorway, which is only 9.6 km (6 miles) at Drogheda and will bring you into the city centre in 50 minutes.
Encompassing charm and character of the Georgian era with wonderful period features, the property is in superb condition on a mature elevated site overlooking its enchanting lake with stunning views across the park land to the sea. Georgestown house, built in early 1800 is a listed Georgian house of two stories over a raised basement and three bays, with a lower wing. There are segmental pediments over the lower windows and dentil cut granite cornice freeze to the front under the roof. The side of the house is weathered slate. This was the original seat of the Barron family. After that was home of the late lord William Beresford who gave the house its doorway with engaged Doric columns and a broken pediment which came from Ballycanvan House near Waterford. Lord William gave the house to his sister lady Patricia Miller. The current owners have lived and run a private thoroughbred stud farm for the past ten years. Georgestown is centrally located in the sunny south east 1 mile from the pretty village of Kill for daily needs and 2 minutes from the beach at Bunmahon. The thriving port city of Waterford is 11miles, with many bars, restaurants and chic boutiques. Waterford airport is a further 7 miles. There are numerous daily trains and buses to Dublin, other cities and the airport. Cork & Cork International Airport are under an hour away and are serviced by the new N25 motorway. The medieval historic and f
Set in the middle of the glorious Tipperary countryside in pristine condition, Thonogue House is centrally located in the heart of the thoroughbred country near the pretty village of Cahir and the historic towns of Cashel and Clonmel. Thonoge House is a beautifully proportioned seven bay Georgian two story family home. The entire property has been extensively renovated over the last three years. One enters the house from the stone steps into a large exceptional Marble floored hall. To the right of the hall is a large drawing room with windows on both ends. To the left is a handsome dining room. The country kitchen with four door aga leads to the cosy sitting room with gas stove. The staircase leads up to the large landing with four bedrooms two ensuite and a large family bathroom. There is a lovely feeling of warmth and light through out this spacious elegant family home. Thonoge is well placed for a variety of sporting activities. The area is a haven for the angling enthusiasts with the nearby River Suir. The property stands in the famous Tipperary Hunt Country, Kilkenny, Limerick, Scarteen and Waterford Foxhounds are within easy boxing distance. Clonmel, Thurles, Mallow and Limerick Junction race ourses are approximately 30 - 40 minutes away. The amous Coolmore stud and Ballydoyle are both in the ounty. There are a number of private shoots available in the area
One enters Sleighduff through natural stone walls and electric gates up a tree lined avenue with back round lighting on both sides which leads up to the farm house and equine centre. 4 bed Traditional farm house Full planning permission for 2 storey 6,803 sq.ft house Full planning permission for 6 holiday home cottages Equine centre (37,814 sq.ft) 32 Monarch Stables in American barn Indoor arena 70.5m x 31m Outdoor arena ready for surfacing 50m x 80m Ample Parking Outhouses/barns 8 fenced turnout paddocks, designated area for 9 further sand paddocks Excellent quality land in grass. Directions From Dublin proceed on to the M11 take exit 21, third right off the first roundabout (signposted Inch) second right off second roundabout (signposted ballynattin), up hill straight through 1st crossroads (signposted Johnstown 5km), stay left at Y junction, left at next T junction, 100 yards on the right hand side of the road. Sleighduff sits in an exceptional location at the edge of the quaint village of Johnstown. The thriving town of Arklow is minutes away and Dublin is an hour?s drive. The M11 is 7km from the property.
A unique opportunity to acquire a quaint country house, guest cottage & equestrian facilities in immaculate condition located in a tranquil setting. Dunmurry Cottage sits within 1.8 acres of land and is an old cut stone cottage which has been tastefully restored and extended in recent years. The property has the added benefit of a pretty guest cottage, stables and equestrian facilities. All of this is surrounded by stunning views in the middle of the glorious Kildare country side. The property retains many original features such as sash windows, period fireplaces, timber latch doors and wide timber floors throughout. At the heart of the house is a large bright country kitchen with vaulted ceilings with exposed beams mezzanine and double doors which lead to a sunny terrace. The master bedroom has a large sunroom with leads to a private sunny side garden. There is a wonderful cut stone wall to the front of the house through which a box hedge bound path leads to the front door. Through out the gardens are mature trees a variety of shrubs and a haven of sunny patios. The property is in an excellent location 2 miles from the pretty village of kildare and M7. Travelling times to Dublin is approximately 50 minutes to. Two miles away is the train station with hourly trains to Dublin. On the outskirts of Kildare village is the renowned Kildare outlet village and the national stud with Japanese gardens. The thriving towns of Naas and Newbridge are a 15 minute drive, both contain numerous shopping centers, boutiques, hotels, restaurants, bars cinemas and theaters.
Located in the heart of Dublin beside Merrion Square, within minutes walk of St. Stephens Green and Grafton Street. The property also benefits from office use on ground floor level and basement levels. No. 4 has the additional opportunity to develop the car park spaces. The accommodation extends to 494sq.m (5,317sq.ft) and comprises of kitchen, drawing room, seven bedrooms in the upper floor levels, office space at hall level, and 2 own door one bed apartments at basement level. There are four car parking spaces to the rear of the property accessed from the archway beside. No. 4 provides wonderful period features such as sash windows and high ceilings with ornate plasterwork. This extensive property will suit buyers who are looking for a home/ office or for those who simply wish to live in the heart of the city. This is a significant house revealing a resourceful architectural invention allied to stucco work that effortlessly attains the highest quality revealing the distinctive touch of Michael Stapleton (1747- 1801) stuccodore, architect and master builder. The most unusual feature of the house is that it was built across a laneway, indeed the earliest case in Dublin. This has been transformed from a shortcoming to an asset. The stairs lead to an unexpectedly spacious piano nobile and there are seven bedrooms and eight bath rooms. This is dramatically emphasised by the door opposite the staircase on the first floor landing, symmetrically positioned on the long wall of a three bay drawing room giving an overwhelming sense of spaciousness. The hall i
Bowelk House is a graciously proportioned home and remains true to its era. Lot 1: House on 8.87 Acres AMV 550,000, Lot 2: 16.73 Acres, Lot 3 Derelict Mill (2 acre) FPP for 3 Apts, Lot 4: Cottage & Forge (1.76 acres) This is a rare opportunity to acquire a comfortable un-spoilt period property which is located in pleasant quiet countryside, and yet within easy driving distance of Dublin and Belfast and good towns such as Monaghan. The reception rooms have a considerable feeling of warmth and are enhanced by their pleasant proportions and brightness. There are a total of four well proportioned bedrooms and two smaller bedrooms in the garden wing. Bowelk boast a superb walled garden which is directly accessed from the house. This garden has been well maintained over the years and there are walks through the box hedging and to one side of the garden there is a fruit orchard. The derelict Mill which is located on the North side of the Lands has FPP for 3 apartments and would suit conversion into a styllish single residence. Across the road there is a separate cottage and forge, which is an ideal site for a singel residence, subject to the necessary planning permissions. Located in the heart of the rolling hills of Monaghan, 3.8 kms from the small town of Ballybay. The large and principle town of the county is Monaghan which is 18 kms away. Dublin Airport 104 km, Belfast City 103 km Armagh 37km Enniskillen 62km
The lands are in grass with about 10 acres of marginal land and the remaining 60 acres is of good quality. At the highest point with stunning views there are a number of agricultural buildings and is an ideal location for one residence subject to necessary contents. NOTE: Vendor requires option to buy back the land within a 5 year period. Vendor will lease the farm at generous rental yield in the interim. Discounted sale price to reflect these conditions. Increasing price per year with buy back option expiring at end of 5 years. Full details on sale price, rental levels, annual price increase etc on request. Directions: Continue straight through Killmallock on the Ardpatrick road (R512) until you reach the village of Ballingaddy at the church turn right the land is on your right hand side. There are 4 entrance gates on two roads The property is located on the edge of the village of Ballingaddy and is about 1.7km to the railway bridge at Kilmallock. Limerick city is about a 30 minute drive and about 1 hour to Cork.
On the edge of the town of Kilmallock, the lands are in permanent grass surrounded by high hedging and bound by two roads. There is extensive road frontage on both roads. This is an ideal location for one residence subject to necessary contents. Directions Continue straight through Kilmallock on the Ardpatrick road (R512) until you reach the railway bridge go over the bridge and turn right the land is on your left hand side and also continues along the main road. There are 4 entrance gates on two roads.
Gortboy land is a very attractive non residential farm laid out in grass, on the edge of the town of Kilmallock. The lands are in permanent grass surrounded by high hedging and bound by two roads. There is road frontage on to local cul de sac which also has access to Former Mill and rear access to well known Kilmallock Mart. An ideal location suitable for numerous uses. Directions: From Limerick proceed to Kilmallock Town, turn right at Fitzgerald Electrical and left just past the GAA field. Go to T junction and turn right. Land is on right hand side. Note: Access also retained over main service road through the existing new Glen Grove housing development on the main Charleville Road. The property is located to the rear of the Kilmallock mart at the edge of Kilmallock town and has access to the Kilmallock/Charleville road. Limerick city is about a thirty minute drive and about an hour to Cork.
New! Rare opportunity to purchase a plot of land in a beautiful rural location, with Atlantic Ocean views. Full planning permission for 4 bed house. Only 10 miles from the airport & 4 miles from Dungloe town/ 25 miles from Letterkenny, with ample shops, restaurants and nightlife. This plot of land is in one of the most picturesque, romantic spots on the Northwest Coast of Ireland. This land is family owned and further parcels of land are available, depending on your requirements. Land For Sale 4 bed in Letterkenny Donegal Ireland search Letterkenny properties
The land is located with a view of Durrow Abbey. There are numerous mature trees dotted around the park. There are a number of agricultural buildings and the property is an ideal location for one residence subject to necessary content NOTE: Vendor requires option to buy back the land within a 5 year period. Vendor will lease the farm at generous rental yield in the interim. Discounted sale price to reflect these conditions. Increasing price per year with buy back option expiring at end of 5 years. Full details on sale price, rental levels, annual price increase etc on request. Directions: From Dublin take the M4 on the Sligo road to junction 11 then take the M6 as far as junction 5 and follow the N52 towards Tullamore for 4km and the entrance to the property is on the right just after the Durrow Abbey entrance. From Tullamore town centre take the N52 towards Kilbeggan. From the last roundabout on the Tullamore bypass continue for about 2.5km and the property is on the left just before the Durrow Abbey entrance. The property is located between Tullamore and Kilbeggan and adjoins the national monument Durrow Abbey, Tullamore and Kilbeggan are both a five minute drive. Tullamore is a large thriving market town.