HomeIrelandLimerickTempleglantineOld Station House, Tullig South, Templeglantine, Limerick
€380,000

Old Station House, Tullig South, Templeglantine, Limerick

3 beds 2 baths 150m 2Energy RatingDetached House Refreshed on Jul 8, 2022
Eircode: V94Y5D3
DNG Declan Woulfe
DNG Declan Woulfe
Tel: 068 32 141
PSRA Licence No. 001374
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DNG Declan Woulfe are delighted to present this former circa 105sqm Railway station and circa 45 sqm freight storehouse both of which have been tastefully restored to provide homes of exceptional character on a mature circa 1.1 acre woodland site. The subject property is located on the new Limerick Greenway which was built along the former Limerick to Tralee railway line, the Limerick Greenway weaves through West Limerick€TM traditional agricultural landscape, linking the major towns of Rathkeale, Newcastle West and Abbeyfeale and will over the coming months connect to the North Kerry Greenway which will link up with Listowel, Tralee and Fenit situated on Tralee Bay. The old railway line was previously the Great Southern and Western line from Tralee onto Limerick, which opened in 1880 and closed to passengers in 1963 and to freight in 1978. Many of the original railway station€TM features remain intact and over time has evolved into a unique two storey residence with the former freight storehouse turned into a one bedroom residence. The ground floor accommodation of the station house property comprises of a spacious lounge/dining area, kitchen, utility, along with a spacious landing, two double bedrooms and a shower room on the first floor. The accommodation on the former freight storehouse comprises of an open plan kitchen/dining/Living area on the ground floor with a double bedroom and a bathroom on the first floor. The property can be sold in one or two lots.

Features

• Solid fuel heating • Double Glazed windows • Mains Water and Septic tank • Original cut limestone and brickwork retained throughout • Original train platforms overlooking the rolling rural landscape • Ranch railing fencing and metal fencing • Gravel and Chip Driveway • Front rear lawn area to the side and rear. • Slate Roof • Situated in a quiet rural setting close to all amenities and the N21 Limerick/Tralee Primary route

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Old Station House, Tullig South, Templeglantine, Limerick

€380,000

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Beds3 beds
Price€380,000
Property TypeDetached House
Size150 meters2
Energy RatingBER-Exempt
Refreshed onJul 8, 2022
EircodeV94Y5D3

Description

DNG Declan Woulfe are delighted to present this former circa 105sqm Railway station and circa 45 sqm freight storehouse both of which have been tastefully restored to provide homes of exceptional character on a mature circa 1.1 acre woodland site. The subject property is located on the new Limerick Greenway which was built along the former Limerick to Tralee railway line, the Limerick Greenway weaves through West Limerick€TM traditional agricultural landscape, linking the major towns of Rathkeale, Newcastle West and Abbeyfeale and will over the coming months connect to the North Kerry Greenway which will link up with Listowel, Tralee and Fenit situated on Tralee Bay. The old railway line was previously the Great Southern and Western line from Tralee onto Limerick, which opened in 1880 and closed to passengers in 1963 and to freight in 1978. Many of the original railway station€TM features remain intact and over time has evolved into a unique two storey residence with the former freight storehouse turned into a one bedroom residence. The ground floor accommodation of the station house property comprises of a spacious lounge/dining area, kitchen, utility, along with a spacious landing, two double bedrooms and a shower room on the first floor. The accommodation on the former freight storehouse comprises of an open plan kitchen/dining/Living area on the ground floor with a double bedroom and a bathroom on the first floor. The property can be sold in one or two lots.

Features

• Solid fuel heating • Double Glazed windows • Mains Water and Septic tank • Original cut limestone and brickwork retained throughout • Original train platforms overlooking the rolling rural landscape • Ranch railing fencing and metal fencing • Gravel and Chip Driveway • Front rear lawn area to the side and rear. • Slate Roof • Situated in a quiet rural setting close to all amenities and the N21 Limerick/Tralee Primary route

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BER: Exempt