- Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
- Overall Floor Area: 80 m²
Fabulous opportunity to acquire beautiful south facing countryside cottage sitting on a spacious site with the gardens set to lawn with a private driveway and entrance gates. The property is located less than 4.5 kilometres from Kinsale town centre (only a 5-minute drive) the property has been well maintained and is in very good condition throughout, however for the discerning purchaser the property could hold the key to a new build being worked into the existing property if required.
The property is bright and cosy with a living room that has a beautiful open fireplace now fitted with a stove, there is a kitchen cum dining area, 3 double bedrooms and a main bathroom The property would make an ideal starter home or holiday home due to its proximity to Kinsale town centre.
Eircode: P17 VF89
Entrance Hall: 1.0m x 2.3m
Main Bathroom: 1.8m x 2.3m
Kitchen: 3.6m x 3.0m
Living Room: 4.5m x 3.3m
Entrance Lobby: 1.4m x 2.0m
Bedroom (1): 4.5m x2.7m
Bedroom (2): 2.2m x 2.7m
Bedroom (3): 2.2m x 2.7m
Bedroom (4): 3.0m x 3.0m
Kinsale has a natural enclosed harbour at the mouth of the Bandon River. It is protected by two ancient fortresses, Charles Fort and James Fort, built in the early 17th century. The town is well-known for its medieval Georgian and Victorian architecture and its maze of narrow streets. Yachting, fine restaurants, authentic pubs and terrific shopping are at your doorstep. Shannon Airport is 63 miles. Cork is 15 miles. Killarney is 50 miles. Kinsale is a historic town and is famous for its exemplary gourmet restaurants, breath-taking views and old town centre. It also has the usual requirements for family living with a number of very good schools, both primary and secondary close by.
This area of South West Ireland is of outstanding beauty with its dramatic coastline, unspoilt locations and safe beaches. Leisure activities are well catered for, Kinsale provides excellent sailing, yachting and fishing facilities from its two marinas. There are three world-class golf courses including the renowned Old Head of Kinsale. Other recreational pursuits include walking, bathing, surfing, and horse riding.
There are numerous cultural events held throughout the year, such as the world-famous Kinsale Arts Festival, the Cork Jazz Festival, Cork Film Festival, and Kinsale Gourmet Festival along with a thriving music and opera programme. Cork has several fine theatres, and Cork Opera House hosts many exceptional productions throughout the year. Kinsale is also home to some of Ireland's finest restaurants, contributing to its title as Gourmet Capital of Ireland; along with many top-class hotels and lots of welcoming pubs. Cork International Airport is conveniently located 20 minutes drive from Kinsale with direct links within Ireland and to Major European and UK cities.
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