This property consists of the skilled and delightful restoration of a traditional Irish cottage. A clever extension to the rear and integration of the original porch has enabled the accommodation to expand to two double bedrooms, a fully-equipped kitchen, large lounge with fireplace and reading nook, and a shower room with handicapped access. Outside are turf sheds and an acre of lawns that overlook the picturesque remains of Rosserk Abbey, the River Moy and open landscape.
A landmark building that is well known through the region, this property was
until recently the premises of the successful ‘Open to the Sun’ pottery.
Conveniently located a short distance from the centre of Foxford with passing
vehicular and foot traffic.
A remarkable estate in the west of Ireland a haven of peace and tranquillity.
This idyllic west of Ireland Victorian house stands on approximately 113 acres on the shores of Lough Conn, with Nephin as a majestic
backdrop. It is situated amidst wonderful grounds: many fine specimen trees and shrubs populate the extensive grounds which are a walker’s paradise.
Derelict Two Storey Non Habitable Residence
& Outbuildings on about 1 acre (BER exempt)
Has electricity but no other services
Located just a short distance from town
and just a stroll to River Moy
6 Roomed 2 Storey Stone Farmhouse Dating from 19th Century of c. 1500 sq ft on about 3/4 of an Acre & Outbuildings