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All offers after €55,000 for Frenchpark bungalow

John Earley FIPAV of Property Partners Earley is this week offering to the market an attractive three-bedroom bungalow residence of c. 1,025 sq.ft located in the centre of Frenchpark Village selling to all offers after €55,000.

  John describes the property as “an extremely attractive 3 bedroomed bungalow residence located in a select village centre location and beside all local amenities including shops, pubs and church”.

  The accommodation comprises of a reception/hallway, living room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, bathroom and gardens to the front, rear and side.

The Auctioneer now invites immediate enquiry and viewings. BER: E1. Legal: Shane McSweeney, Solicitor, Lismoyle House, Merchants Rd, Galway. Phone: 091-532532.

   For further details or to arrange a viewing, please contact John Earley, FIPAV, Property Partners Earley Roscommon on 090 66 26579, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or log onto www.propertypartners.ie.

Prime property in Kilkerrin

Connaughton Auctioneers, Athleague, have on their books for sale this week a prime three bedroom two storey residence with a two bedroom granny flat to the side with a price region of €90,000 located at Derrooghs, Kilkerrin, Co. Galway.

  The residence is standing on c. 0.5 acres on a quiet country road in a much sought after area. The property holds huge potential to be divided into two residential properties, should the purchaser desire.

  Viewing comes highly recommended and can be arranged by calling the office on 090-6663700.

One of the area’s most renowned farms for sale by Earley’s

John Earley, FIPAV, of Property Partners Earley, Roscommon town, is this week offering to the market a substantial and renowned farm of lands containing 101.5 acres on which stands Laragh House, a three-storey character, six-bedroom period property, which dates back 300 years, located at Laragh, Ballintubber, Castlerea. 

  John describes the property as “an imposing Georgian house, which dates back about 300 years and is nestled among 101.5 acres of quality, dual-purpose Roscommon lands”.

  This substantial residence offers 4,000 sq. ft. of accommodation throughout and maintains many of its original features and charms, such as an arched porch to the front elevation, combined with Georgian style windows (now uPVC), decorative and ornate ceiling coving in many of the spacious reception and bedrooms, and original timber window shuttering complementing the bright interior.

  A charming house with huge potential and the renovation of same would be a most rewarding project due to its location and setting.

  This property is situated in a select countryside location only 2.4km from the village of Ballymoe, 3.6 km from Ballintubber village and centrally located 9 km from Castlerea town and 22 km from Roscommon town.

  A superior countryside location, which would offer the sporting enthusiast numerous outdoor pursuits and facilities which are located within a short distance, such as Roscommon Racecourse, Roscommon and Castlerea golf clubs, with a number of local GAA and rugby clubs close by.

  Local hunts include Roscommon County Hunt and the East Galway Harriers. The area has an abundance of natural attractions, with various walking routes and angling facilities locally, with the farm itself bordered by the Laragh River and River Suck, which is famous for coarse fishing, located close by.

  The lands offer 101.5 acres of quality dual purpose agricultural lands set out in well-managed and maintained divisions.

  The main holding comprises of 89.6 acres around the residence with the benefit of a substantial farmyard and facilities as set out below.

  On the opposite side of the public roadway is the balance of lands offering 11.9 acres and which is set out in one division.

  The property can be sold in one or more lots should market interest dictate and are set out as follows: lot one – the entire; lot two – Laragh House, standing on 89.6 acres of lands, together with farmyard; lot three – 11.9 acres of lands only.

  The location and setting of this property speaks for itself and is serviced by a well-maintained private internal road from the public roadway and the auctioneers now invite viewings by appointment and offers to sell.

  BER: G. Legal: Padraig Kelly, Solicitor, Farnbeg, Strokestown. Telephone: 071-9633666

  To arrange maps or for further details contact John Earley, FIPAV, of Property Partners Earley, Stone Court, The Square, Roscommon town, on 090-6626579, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or log onto www.propertypartners.ie.

Houses sought for cash clients

Property Partners Earley, Roscommon town, are this week seeking houses in all areas of Co Roscommon for cash clients and disappointed underbidders.

  Property Partners have been selling property for generations and offer a nationwide network of offices offering exceptional local knowledge.

  With an extensive computerised database of active buyers, Property Partners Earley are best placed to advise on all you property matters.

  They offer a professional marketing plan designed to deliver their goal of selling your home for the highest price possible.

  Your property would be listed on all major websites, including www.propertypartners.ie, www.daft.ie, www.myhome.ie and www.onview.ie. 

  With over 3,000 unique hits on the Property Partners website each day alone, your property would be marketed to the forefront. Local knowledge, nationwide.

  For further details or to arrange a free consultation, please contact either John Earley, FIPAV, or David Diffley, MIPAV, of Property Partners Earley, Roscommon town, on 090-6626579 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

Only two luxury houses remaining in Tulsk estate

David Diffley, ASCSI, of Property Partners Earley, Roscommon town, is this week advising that only two houses remain in the luxury Chestnut Grove development, at Tulsk village.

  David describes the properties as “attractive residences located in a much sought-after development on the main western route adjacent to Tulsk village and all amenities”.

  The properties are finished to a very high standard and have the benefit of convenient location to Carrick-on-Shannon, Roscommon and Longford towns. 

  The remaining properties are a quality three-bedroom semi-detached house from €70,000, and a four-bedroom detached two-storey house from €105,000.

  David said: “We now invite immediate enquiry and viewings.”

  Price BER rating: C3 – D1.

  For further details or to arrange a viewing, please contact David Diffley, ASCSI, of Property Partners Earley, Stone Court, The Square, Roscommon town, on 090 66 26579 or email. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

 

Offers invited for Cloverhill lands

Loretta Dowd Properties has on offer a site containing 1.4 acres in a much sought-after area known as Lisagallon, Cloverhill, just Roscommon/Castlerea Road. 

  This site offers a large site area with exceptional views of the surrounding unspoilt countryside and is within easy commute of Roscommon town and all amenities including Cloverhill Primary School, which is located closeby.

  Price on Application. All enquiries and offers are invited. 

  For further details, contact Loretta Dowd Properties on 087-2233223 or visit their website on www.lorettadowdpropertylettings.com or www.daft.ie

 

Kilronan and Lough Rynn castles for sale for €8m

Two of Ireland’s most luxurious castle hotels – Kilronan Castle at Ballyfarnon and Lough Rynn Castle at Mohill – are on sale for a total of €8 million.

  They have have been brought to the market as a going concern by Savills, on behalf of the Hanly Group. 

  Kilronan Castle is on the market with a guide price of €4.5m and the nearby Lough Rynn Castle is guiding at €3.5m. The four-star hotels have been offered for sale separately or together in one lot.

  According to Savills, the sales represent a rare opportunity to acquire two profitable hotels stepped in history.

  Located within 40km of each other, both properties have been comprehensively restored by the Hanly Group.

  Kilronan Castle is on the edge of the scenic Lough Meelagh, a short drive from Sligo, and is a full service four-star hotel with 84 impressive bedrooms, set upon a 40-acre estate.

  Other amenities include a fully equipped gym, swimming pool and spa.

  Lough Rynn Castle, nestled between Lough Rynn and Lough Errew, is a 44-bedroom, four-star hotel, situated on a 260 acre lakeside estate.

  There are 11 bedrooms in the main house, 17 in the stable area and 16 in the adjacent eastern range.

  Tom Barrett, head of hotels and leisure at Savills, said: “We anticipate very strong interest for both Kilronan and Lough Rynn Castles.

  “Viewing is highly recommended: it is the only way to really appreciate these unique, profitable hotels.”

Landmark country residence in Kiltoom on the market

Kiltoom House, a landmark country residence in Kiltoom, south Roscommon, has come on sale through ERA Oates of Roscommon town.

  It is a unique property partially restored, comprising landmark four-bedroom residence together with associated courtyard featuring numerous outbuildings.

  To the rear is a majestic walled garden with outstanding stonework.

  The house stands on c. 28 acres of mature grassland with some really magnificent specimen hardwood trees and is accessed via a short avenue off the main Roscommon/Athlone Road being five minutes from Athlone Town Centre.

  This is a truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to acquire a landmark country residence for which the auctioneers invites viewings and offers.

  History of the house: The house was built in c.1760 originating from an old stone slated cottage to what it is today. The property and lands were acquired at this time by a man named Crofton Kelly who had a son by the name of Edmund Kelly, a very successful solicitor.

  Edmund married a lady by the name of Sarah Birch from the UK which at the time caused great controversy in the area. The Kelly estate at this time was vast; it is believed that there were over 2000 acres of land in their possession at this time.

  Edmund died in 1845 and in 1856 the land and house at Kiltoom were left to Thomas H. Strevans. The Strevans resided at Kiltoom House until the 1970s and the house there after fell into what it is today.

  The main entrance door was set in a rounded porch that went up into a v shaped roof; ivy and creepers covered the walls. From a small entrance hall a lovely curving staircase led upstairs where a corridor ran past the bedrooms that all looked out on the back.

  Downstairs were two staff rooms, the drawing room, the study at the back of the entrance hall and dining room, with scullery downstairs and bathroom upstairs looking onto the back. The three receptions contained lovely period marble fireplaces.

  In the mid 1800s, a two-storey addition was built containing more bedrooms, kitchen, pantry, boiler house, etc. At the back of the house was a lovely old-world walled garden, comprising fruit and kitchen gardens, and from it an ornamental iron gate led to the farmyard with its fine cut stone stables, piggery and out-offices.

  The long avenue leading to the house from the Athlone-Roscommon road, one gravelled path led right to the farmyard and another left to the kitchen quarters.

  The main entrance gate was set in a stone wall topped with an ornamental railing, and between it and the house was the flower, rose and shrub garden.

  Price region: €350,000. For more information, call ERA Oates on 090-6477500.

Prime Dysart lands available at Earley’s

John Earley, FIPAV, of Property Partners Earley, Roscommon town, is this week offering to the market a superior parcel of roadside lands located at Lisseenamanragh, Dysart, containing 26.5 acres in total.

  The agents describe the property as “a superior quality parcel of roadside lands located adjacent to the village of Dysart on the Roscommon to Athleague road.”

  The lands can be described as dual-purpose agricultural lands, for which the auctioneer invites enquiries, viewings and offers.

  To arrange maps or for further details, contact John Earley, FIPAV of Property Partners Earley, Stone Court, The Square, Roscommon, on 090-6626579, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or log onto www.propertypartners.ie.

 

 

Fantastic six-bedroom dormer bungalow in Roscommon on market

David Diffley MIPAV, of Property Partners Earley in Roscommon town, is offering to the market a primely located six-bedroom dormer style residence of about 2,100 sq. ft., finished to a very high standard, at Ardsallagh More, Athlone Road, Roscommon town.

  David describes the property as “a highly attractive six-bedroom spacious detached residence, built in 1999, located in a much sought-after residential location, convenient to Roscommon town and just off the Athlone Road.”

  The residence is presented for sale in excellent condition throughout and offers spacious living accommodation tastefully decorated and well maintained by its previous owners.

  Standing on a beautifully mature and spacious site area, the property briefly comprises of reception/hallway, sitting room, kitchen/dining room, utility room, w/c, shower room, and six bedroom in all with two ensuite.

  Altogether, this is a quality property to come on the market in a highly select area for which the auctioneers now invite immediate viewings and all offers to sell.

  For further details or to arrange a viewing, please contact David Diffley MIPAV of Property Partners Earley, Stone Court, The Square, Roscommon on 090-6626579 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

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