Four Irish accommodation venues have hit the market.
Leitrim Quay Holiday Complex
Leitrim Quay Holiday Complex of Leitrim Village, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim, N41 W225, is being sold via Sherry Fitzgerald Farrell for €1.2 million.
The property’s listing on sherryfitz.ie states, “Description
“An exceptional opportunity to acquire an established and highly regarded Holiday Cottage Complex together with Private Marina and fleet of day cruisers.
“Occupying a prime site in the heart of this most popular holiday destination, right in the hub of the Upper Shannon, Leitrim Quay has direct access onto Shannon-Erne Waterway from its own well-appointed marina and is within easy cruising reach of Carrick-on-Shannon, Cootehall, Battlebridge, Drumshanbo & Lough Key.
“Accommodation is provided by 9, three bedroom houses providing spacious accommodation for 6 guests.
“Leitrim Village has a vibrant atmosphere with a great community spirit and is c 7km from Carrick-on-Shannon and Drumshanbo. The area has second to none outdoor and wet weather amenities on its doorstep – kayaking & stand up paddleboarding on canals, rivers & lakes; cycling & hiking on Blueway, Arigna & Curlew Mountains, The Shed Distillery of PJ Rigney, Drumshanbo Acres Lake Amenity & Swimming Pool, Arigna Mining Experience, Lough Key Forest Park and the list goes on.
“* Well maintained Holiday Home & Marina Complex
“* 9 no three bedroom houses in 2 different styles with open fires, electric heating, fully fitted & equipped kitchens, Wi-Fi, TV’s & DVD players & media ports.
“Boat Fleet comprises 9 Day Cruisers (7m/23ft) powered by 25hp diesel inbound engines – each boat has a cuddy cabin and small galley.
“Originally manufactured and supplied by O’Sullivan Marine, these boats are much sought after and were carefully chosen for Shannon-Erne Waterways cruising
“For Appointment to view or further details, contact
“Liam Farrell 087 2727989 or email@example.com
“BER Number: 114475049
“Energy Performance Indicator: 306.03.”
Heron’s Cove of Rossnowlagh Road, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal, F94X092, is being sold via Anderson Auctioneers with a guide price of €675,000.
The property’s listing on Anderson.ie states, “ROSSNOWLAGH ROAD, BALLYSHANNON F94 X092
“SUPERB GUEST ACCOMMODATION
“10 EN-SUITE BEDROOMS WITH 3 B/R PRIVATE ACC.
“ON 1.45 ACRES
“Magnificent property constructed in 2000 and situate adjoining the Ballyshannon / Rossnowlagh Road, 2 miles from Ballyshannon and just 2.5 miles from Rossnowlagh. Former Restaurant until Owners concentrated on a very successful guest house business. Potential for further growth on adjoining plot of land included – ie glamping etc..
“Large Reception Area, Dining Room (to seat 74), Fully equipped Kitchen, 10 No. Bedrooms (all en-suite)
“Private Accom.– Living Room, Kitchen, 3 No. Bedrooms & Bathroom
“Extending to 572 sq.metres ( 6154 sq.ft.)
“Open Entrance Hall
“18’7” x 20’0”
“Chinese slate floor with Reception Desk
“Ladies & Gents Toilets
“Wheelchair Friendly Toilet
“9’9″ x 20’0”
“Chinese slate floor; Store Area at rear
“Sufficient to seat 74 persons
“Lower Level 22’4″ x 16’0″ and 13’7″ x 9’10”
“Upper Level 16’9″ x 22’4”
“Natural stone fireplace with solid fuel stove;
“2 No. patio doors to seating area outside
“21’3″ x 15’5”
“All stainless steel and fully equipped and fully complies with all regulations; Tiled floors Walk-in Freezer and Cold Room
“4’1″ x 5’11”
“External Store comprising –
“Store – 6’0″ x 16’2″ Bottle Store – 6’6″ x 16’2″ Laundry – 6’6″ x 16’2”
“Staff Toilets & Changing Area
“10 no. Double Bedrooms ( all en-suite)
“Each furnished to a high quality and all have TV’s, phone and Tea making facilities
“2 no. Storage Rooms
“Private Accommodation adjoining –
“11’7″ x 15’0” Stone fireplace
“10’10” x 12’0″
“Good quality fitted units;
“Built-in oven, hob and extractor fan
“Bedroom No. 1
“11’8″ x 13’11”
“Bedroom No. 2
“11’0″ x 11’0”
“Bedroom No. 3
“12’0″ x 7’9”
“5’5″ x 8’0”
“Bath with shower attached; toilet and washbasin
“The ground floor area of the private accommodation can easily be converted into private bar and seating area.
“Walls – Concrete cavity block with external areas fronted by natural stone and fashioned by local craftsmen “Floors – All Concrete Windows – P.V.C. Double Glazed Roof – Slate
“Sewerage – Puraflow septic system on site
“Water – Mains
“Heating – Oil fired central
“There is a large tarmac car parking area surrounding and there is more than ample room to construct either further bedrooms, function room or private accommodation
- “Energy ClassC
- “Building Energy PerformanceC2.”
Mal Dua House
Mal Dua House of Clifden, Co. Galway, H71 ER24, is being sold via Matt O’Sullivan Estate Agent Auctioneer & Valuer for €995,000.
The property’s listing on mattosullivan.com states, “Details
- “Property ID: MOS-5963
- “Price: €995,000
- “Bedrooms: 14
- “Bathrooms: 11
- “Property Type: Residential
- “Property Status: For Sale
- “C1 BER Number: 101750834 : Energy Output Indicator: 167.4kWh/m2/yr
“******** FOR SALE OR LEASE ********
“We are excited to bring to the market this prestigious former award-winning guest house. Situated on circa 2.25 acres of mature gardens, this property presents an excellent opportunity for one to acquire an upmarket guest house or boutique hotel right in the heart of Connemara. The area is experiencing huge demand in the holiday sector and this property is well placed to take advantage of this. The location within walking distance of Clifden town is also advantageous.
“The property comprises of two houses, the first being the original four-bedroom residence built in the 80`s and the other a larger newer addition with contains 10 bedrooms, a large apartment (or presidential suite), a state-of-the-art new designer kitchen (surreal kitchens) as well as a well-appointed large dining room, utility /laundry room and games room. All windows and floors in this part of the house are all new.
“There may be huge potential to operate a high-class restaurant here. There is also an impressive light filled entrance lobby / reception area which sets the tone for the rest of the property.
“The original house has a kitchen, utility room, living room, two bathrooms and 4 bedrooms; one of which is en-suite. It would make the ideal home for the new owners/ managers of the establishment. There is an interconnecting door between the two houses but the two houses also have separate access.
“There is ample parking to the front and rear of the property (approx. 60 cars). On the grounds, there are mature trees of varying species, a beautiful river and bridge as well as wonderful outdoor seating/ BBQ areas and patios. There is also a large paddock to the rear of the property and the original house has a separate enclosed and private garden. A new waste treatment plant was also installed in recent years. The house is well set back off the main Galway to Clifden road and is accessed by electric gates which means the site is surprisingly quite and private whilst still being walking distance to Clifden town.
“The new and expanding Greenway in addition to the Wild Atlantic way has been a major draw to what was already a bustling and busy town. We believe that Mal Dua House will be very well received in the hospitality sector.
“The vendor may also consider the option of leasing the property. For more information or to arrange a viewing, please call 095 21066.
“BER: C1 BER Number: 101750834 Energy Output Indicator: 167.4kWh/m2/yr
“Waste: Septic Tank
“Heating: Gas & Oil Fired Central Heating
“Eir Code: H71 ER24
“On the N59 from Galway to Clifden, Mal Dua House is located on your right-hand side as you approach the town of Clifden.
“These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property only and are in no way guaranteed, nor do they form part of any contract. They are issued on the express condition that all negotiations are conducted through Matt O’Sullivan Ltd. All properties are offered subject to contract and to being unsold.
- “Killymongaun, Clifden, County Galway, H71 ER24, Ireland
- “Area: Clifden.”
The Corner House
The Corner House of Ballinagare, Co. Roscommon, F45D028, is being sold via IAM Sold Property Auctions with a starting price of €160,000.
The property’s listing on iamsold.ie states, “Property Overview
“Gordon Hughes Estate Agents in partnership with IAM Sold Property Auctions
“We are delighted to present this substantial B&B and coffee shop with seating for 27 to the market.
“Located in the picturesque village of Ballinagare the property enjoys a prominent position in the village and is on the N5 which is the main Dublin to Westport Road.
“Suited to anyone looking to start their own business the property is in walk in condition throughout and has 5 ensuite bedrooms overhead along with a kitchenette & laundry room.
“Accommodation includes: Preparation room, Kitchen, 5 bedrooms (5 ensuite), 8 bathrooms, 2 stores, upstairs kitchenette & laundry room.
“Some of the many features include a prominent position on the main street, large coffee shop with ample seating & just an hour & a half drive from Dublin.
“BER D2 / BER No. 80112906
“TO VIEW OR MAKE A BID Please contact Gordon Hughes Estate Agents or IAM Sold, www.iamsold.ie
“Starting Bid and Reserve Price
“*Please note all properties are subject to a starting bids price and an undisclosed reserve. Both the starting bid and reserve price may be subject to change. Terms and conditions apply to the auction, which is powered by IAM Sold Property Auctions.
“This property is offered for sale by unconditional auction. The successful bidder is required to pay a 10% deposit and contracts are signed immediately on acceptance of a bid. Please note this property is subject to an undisclosed reserve price. Terms and conditions apply to this sale.
“Building Energy Rating (BERs)
“Building Energy Ratings (BERs) give information on how to make your home more energy efficient and reduce your energy costs. All homes bought, sold or rented require an BER. BERs carry ratings that compare the current energy efficiency and estimated costs of energy use with potential figures that your home could achieve. Potential figures are calculated by estimating what the energy efficiency and energy costs could be if energy saving measures were put in place. The rating measures the energy efficiency of your home using a grade from ‘A’ to ‘G’. An ‘A’ rating is the most efficient, while ‘G’ is the least efficient. The average efficiency grade to date is ‘D’. All homes are measured using the same calculations, so you can compare the energy efficiency of different properties.
“These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection, measurement or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person in this firms employment has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of the property. Properties may be sold via online auction or public auction and bids made prior to public auction may be accepted by the vendors. IAM Sold and our partner auctioneer will share relevant personal information and transactional updates with each other so that we can effectively market and sell properties including the arrangement of viewings and follow up.”
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