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Ballybane, Ballydehob, Cork

Detached House


Google Coradints 51°35'58.73"N 9°26'20.57"W
These ruined houses are ideal for some one that wants to put their own stamp on their home. This is an ideal opportunity for someone looking for a lifetime change. This property is sure to be of great interest to all types of buyers looking for quality grazing land. The site has road frontage and is south facing. It is good quality land that could be easily developed Ballydehob is situated on the South West coast of Ireland, about 70 minutes from Cork City.
There is a rich diversity of wildlife to be found in the area with many rare and unusual plants.
This is a small farm holding consists 0.5 acres of quality grazing land It can easily qualify as an organic farm and with the help of a poly tunnel and glass house self-sufficiently is very achievable, after planting some fruit trees etc.Private water and drainage.
There is a Daily West Cork Rural Transport Scheme Serving Communities in West Cork and this Community rural bus service has a door to door service at very reasonable rates and it is even free of charge to senior citizens, you just give them a ring and let them know that you are going to town today.
South-West Cork is commonly referred to as the Irish Riviera. It's easy to see why when you see the fantastic beaches and colorful villages that hug a stunning coastline warmed by the Gulf Stream all year round.
Electricity, telephone and broadband. Oil fired central heating.

Price offers in the region off €29,000

Irish Rural Homes

Cappaghglass, Ballydehob, West Cork

Tel: 085 7399250

Mary Cotter Tel: 028 25935


Stamp Duty: €290.00
Total Amount: €29,290.00

Sale Agreed
Sale Agreed
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