£ 45,655 | USD $ 55,465
Bathrooms: , Showers: 1
Size: Floor: 408 (sq ft) Land: 1000 (sq ft)
, Date Built: c1750
Advert last updated: 6/18/2013
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Beautiful original famine cottage. Listed as historically important to the culture and history of Ireland.
Sympathetically restored to include full rewiring, new shower and toilet. Walls are all dry lined with extensive sockets. Open fire place with real fuel wood burner. Small loft room accessible via ladders (an old storage room probably where the family slept with animals downstairs). Small, functional kitchen.
Outside some grond to the side includes an old shed, which would make a lovely seating area looking out over the uninterupted views of the Ballyhoura mountains.
40 mins drive from Cork airport, and 1 hour from Shannon. Trains in Charleville (10 mins away) direct to Dublin.
Nearest Airports: 35, 5 km | 30, 5 km
Full payment on sale.