Kylatlea, Mullinahone, Thurles, Co. Tipperary
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- For Sale by Private Treaty
Property Description:Charming detached thatched cottage with outbuildings, a wooden chalet and large barn standing on approximately three and a half acres located near the village of Mullinahone on the slopes of Slievenamon.
Kylatlea, Mullinahone is an attractive three bedroom residence is one of a kind estimated to be circa 250 years old in part. The property has many original features worthy of mention including thatched roof, original windows, original timber ceiling in the kitchen and traditional open fire hearth. Other features include oil fired central heating, slate and stone out offices, wooden chalet with two bedrooms, large barn containing two loose boxes and workshop, duck pond and own stream. The property is standing on approximately 3.50 acres. It should be noted that the property is a protected structure. The property has been recently extended and consists of a sitting room downstairs and a bedroom upstairs.
Would make an ideal starter home/investment/holiday home or would suit the more mature purchaser wishing to retire to the country. This fantastic property offers the discerning purchasers the peace and tranquility of country living at its very best yet so close to Mullinahone which is only approximately four miles away while Clonmel is approximately 12 miles away.
Please contact Barry Walsh, Sherry FitzGerald Walsh, Carrick on Suir 051 640528 for further details.
- Thatched roof
- Wooden chalet/guest house
- On approximately 3.5 acres
- Original timber ceiling in kitchen and bedroom
- Original windows
Daft Property Shortcode:http://www.daft.ie/1621324
Date Entered/Renewed:23/5/2013 (yesterday morning)
Map Legend:Exact location match
Nearby Areas:Ninemilehouse, Grangemockler, Killamery, Mullinahone, Kilcash
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