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€286,000
Refreshed on: 06/12/2018

The Secret Garden, Gleninchaquin, Tuosist, Kenmare, Co Kerry

2 beds Cottage 1 bath 1128.9 m 2 Energy Rating


  • Central Heating
  • Broadband

Description

Gleninchaquin is very much part of a hidden Ireland. It is probable the most spectacular place you've never heard of. Nestled within Gleninchaquin Park is the secret garden which enjoys breath taking scenery.

The 2 bedroom cottage dates back to 1885 and over the years has been lovingly renovated and modernised. A spacious sun room has been added to the front of the cottage which captures the panoramic scenery. A carport with a steel structure has been added to the rear which could be easily converted to add further accommodation to the property. The kitchen and flooring has been upgraded throughout the cottage. The utility/workshop has also been completely renovated.

The cottage consists of c 1129 sq ft; Large conservatory, living room, kitchen, 2 cosy bedrooms, bathroom and a utility/workshop. Many of the original features remain in the cottage, natural stone on fire place, wooden beams in Living room and Kitchen, deep recess windows.

The cottage is set on c.1.285 acres of grounds which include an old stone outbuilding, BBQ hut and a tranquil seating areas that capture the stunning views of the Valley and waterfall. The garden is abundant with an array of colour from spring right through to autumn.

The Secret Garden is located 12.5 miles from the Heritage town of Kenmare and is 8 km off the main Ring of Beara Road along a narrow country Road.

Carport: located to the rear of the cottage, steel structure, concrete base, electricity. This could be converted to additional living space without planning. 280 sq.ft. approx.

Bar B Q Hut: This is a beautiful wooden structure that is ideal for entertaining throughout the year, it can easily fit 10 - 15 people.

Stone Out Building: This building also dates back to 1885, the original stone is still in place with a corrugated roof. It would have been used for housing animals and is now used for storage.

Garden Shed: Small wooden garden shed ideal for

Gleninchaquin Park: Located on your door step the park has six walks to accommodate a range of abilities.

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Sherry FitzGerald Daly

34 Henry Street, Kenmare, Co. Kerry

Tel: 064 664 1213

PSRA Licence No.  002809  /  002809

negotiator Elaine Daly
Elaine Daly

Affordability

Stamp Duty: €2,860.00
Total Amount: €288,860.00


€286,000
€286,000
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