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The Farmhouse, Aghnasurn, Corrigeenroe, Co. Roscommon

€185,000 SALE AGREED
Detached House | 2 Beds | 1 Bath
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Property Overview:

  • For Sale by Private Treaty

Sale agreed date: 11 December 2017

Overall Floor Area: 120 Sq. Metres (1,292 Sq. Feet)

Property Description:


Silently tucked away amongst beautifully landscaped grounds, incorporating orchard, lawns, magical walkways, scalloped flower beds, shrubs, trees and nature' s best, is this delightful fully renovated stone farmhouse, c. 120 sq mtrs. Just 2 kms from Corrigeenroe Crossroads, c. 5 kms from the Dublin/Sligo N4 Road, and a stone' s throw from the majestic Lough Key Forest Park, this property will appeal to all types of purchasers. With two sitting rooms, one with log burning stove and the other an open fire, a bespoke country kitchen with granite and solid wood counters, an oil fired range, classic farmhouse style bathroom, utility and two double bedrooms, who could resist falling for this property? In addition there is a fuel shed, garden shed, greenhouse and two storey stone granary which is attached to the property and is ripe for renovation into additional accommodation. Properties such as this are gold dust so we would urge serious buyers to organise a viewing.
PRICE GUIDE ?185,000
Delightful blue entrance door with diamond shaped window into:-
Hallway (5.25 x 1.06)
Tiled floor, window to front elevation, radiator. Door into:-
Living Room (5.00 x 4.61 and 1.99 x 1.36 into recess)
Large and bright spacious room with feature fireplace and stove. To the front elevation there is a magnificent window depicting sun rays. The floor is wooden, the ceiling is tongue and groove timber and is sloping downwards towards the back of the property. There is a radiator and a stable door out onto the deck and window. There is a corner recess and a storage cabinet (1.85 x 1.25) which could be adapted into many uses, even a w.c. and shower. It is worth mentioning that this room adjoins the stone granary at the end of the property and the flu for the wood burning stove is in the granary. Subject to PP one may be able to open up the gable end wall of the house into the granary to develop into additional accommodation.
Bathroom (3.02 x 2.03)
The bathroom is approached via an ornate country style door with feature coloured lead glass. Half of the bathroom walls are timber panelled. The floor is tiled. The wash hand basin is set in a modern vanity unit and there is a complimentary modern bathroom cabinet on the wall just inside the door. The ceiling is tongue and groove timber sloping towards the back of the property. The bath has tongue and groove matching timber panelling and has mixer taps and hand shower attachment. There is tiling to the wall above the bath and an electric Triton shower and shower curtain. There is a modern w.c.
Utility Room (2.98 x 1.70)
Window to rear elevation, range of wall and base units and shelving, plumbed for washing machine, rack for hanging coats, radiator.
Vestibule (1.87 x 1.76)
Window to front and side elevation, tiled floor, half panelled walls, fuse board in cabinet, archway into:-

Kitchen (3.94 x 3.87 and 3.57 x 2.30)
Simply stunning custom made classic kitchen with a range of wall and base units, dresser, granite counters in both black and beige with sparkles, rounded doors, integrated dishwasher, gas hob and electric oven, stainless steel sink, 2 radiators, feature stable door out onto patio, three windows for wonderful natural light, feature fireplace with oil fired range, built in matching cupboard housing immersion heater. Feature tongue and groove timber ceiling. Tiled floor. Staircase up to bedrooms. Half glazed feature timber door into:-
Sitting Room (3.72 x 3.36)
Beautifully relaxing room with natural stone whitewashed wall and classic feature fireplace with open fire, window to rear elevation, wood floor. Ornate wood panelling to the ceiling, radiator.
Bedroom 1 (4.35 x 4.11)
Dual aspect windows front and rear, wooden floor, vaulted ceiling, newly fitted sliding door wardrobes, built in book shelves, radiator. Ornate timber door with coloured glass panel into:-
Bedroom 2 (4.09 x 3.52)
Dual aspect windows front and rear, wooden floor, vaulted ceiling with tongue and groove panelling, radiator.

Heating: Oil fired central heating, wood burning stove and open fire.
Services: Septic tank on site, private water well, electricity.

Externally the property has been landscaped over many years to bring it to its current level with thousands of Euros worth of planning, exotic plants, shrubs, lawns, orchard, patio, decking, walkways with stone steps. To the bottom of the garden there is a piece of ground yet to be cultivated or maybe a home for a log cabin/studio. There is a shed and greenhouse in this piece of garden. The site is totally private.

From the N4 Dublin Sligo Road take the Ballyfarnon Road at East Brothers Plant and Hire Company (Arigna Scenic Route). Proceed on this road until you come to the first crossroads, Corrigeenroe Cross. Take the Knockvicar Road, past the school and proceed to first left hand turn. Take this road and at first small crossroads, turn right and property is tucked away on the right hand side.


  • Renovated to an extremely high standard with no expense spared to compliment age of property
  • Two reception rooms
  • Custom made fully fitted kitchen
  • Large established lands which will now be easy to maintain
  • Orchard
  • Fuel shed, garden shed and greenhouse
  • Stone two storey granary ripe for conversion adjoining property, suitable for many uses
  • Close to:-
  • Corrigeenroe National School
  • Lough Key Forest Park

BER Details


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Energy Performance Indicator: 534.49 kWh/m2/yr

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Date Entered/Renewed:

11/12/2017 (70 days ago)

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Property price history

€185,000 First Listed Jun 28, 2017

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