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DNG Dorrian are delighted to offer for sale, this attractive and versatile Residential Holding, with approx 600 meters of river frontage set on circa 18.5 acres of mixed quality grazing. This picturesque rural property lies in a Mountainous region positioned between the townlands of Owentaskna & Meenacharvy. Located precisely 7 kms from Carrick Village, the property enjoying an outstanding rural position with far-reaching views over the surrounding countryside and distant views towards Slieve League.
The property is centred around a traditional style farmhouse (in need of modernisation) that has valid planning permission until 24/04/2021 for a c. 580 sq.ft extension. The farmhouse briefly consists of a storm porch, entrance hall, living room, kitchen/diner, (3) x bedrooms and a bathroom occupying a footprint of around 770 sq.ft in area. In addition, the property contains two detached outbuildings that have the potential to be converted into additional living accommodation - subject to necessary planning approval being obtained.
This exciting opportunity will be of interest to INVESTORS/SPECULATORS, the EQUESTRIAN community or those looking for a characterful rural property with land.
Storm Porch: 8’0” x 6’0”
Entrance Hall: 8’4” x 3’0”
Living room: 13’4” x 10’6”
Kitchen / Diner: 10’0” x 9’5”
Bedroom 1: 13’4” x 8’7”
Landing: 7’4” x 5’1”
Bedroom 2: 13’10” x 8’5”
Bedroom 3: 13’7” x 9’10”
Bathroom: 10’0” x 5’8”
BER No.: 113452692
Energy Performance Indicator: 609.31 kWh/m²/yr
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