19th Century Cashlieve House on 60 acres

REA Seamus Carthy are delighted to present to the marketplace ‘Cashlieve House’ and lands at Ballinlough, Co. Roscommon.

Cashlieve house is situated on approximately 60 acres of land and was built in the late 19th century. The property is located just off the N60 in Ballinlough between the larger towns of Castlerea and Roscommon, on the main Dublin to Westport Rail route

The property is a detached two-storey country house with a detached stone outbuilding, a three-bay, two-storey return to rear and canted-entrance bay to south-facing side elevation.

The residence has a hipped slate roof with rendered chimneystacks and cast-iron rainwater goods, rendered walls, square-headed window openings with rendered hood-mouldings, timber casement windows and tooled limestone sills. There are two canted-bay windows to front elevation and a stone outbuilding to the rear. It also boasts a decorative cast-iron entrance gate supported by cast-iron piers.

The property is in need of substantial modernisation, but offers a fantastic opportunity and enquiries are now invited.

This property is available for sale by online auction on the 10th of March, and interested parties should register in advance of the auction on BidNow.ie.

For more information or to organise your viewing contact REA Seamus Carthy today on 090-6630001 or 086-8035538.