A pretty coastal cottage on circa 44-acres, with approximately 350m of water frontage, has just gone on the market.
Savills’ Liam McCarthy is seeking €450,000 for the property, which is set in “one of the most scenic positions” on the north-west coastline in Glenoory, Downings.
The property occupies a waterfront position overlooking Tra Na Rossan Bay.
The current family constructed the property – which is along the Wild Atlantic Way – in the early 1960s, and while it offers flexible accommodation, it requires modernisation.
According to the selling agent, locally, there has been “significant” re-development of one-off housing.
Therefore, “there is scope” to extend and renovate the property subject to the necessary planning permissions.
In all, the G BER-rated cottage’s accommodation – extending to approximately 76 sq m / 820 sq ft. – consists of one bedroom, one kitchen, one sitting room/dining room and one bathroom.
In terms of outbuildings, there is a storage shed to the rear of the main house. The agent suggested the purchase could develop this to form part of the main house if they require.
According to McCarthy, a key feature of the property is the surrounding grounds. They offer about 350m. of sea frontage and a sheltered lawn area.
He stated that one block – which is above the road – contains circa 33.7-acres, and the remainder consists of 10.8-acres with the cottage.
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