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Tigh Tommy, Ballingeary, Co. Cork.

€195,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty

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Exceptional semi-detached residence located in Ballingeary, central to all the local services which include Schools, church, post office and local bars. The property comes in excellent condition with a generous floor area of 1570sq.ft. The construction if of traditional block with a Ducon concete slab on the first floor. The accommodation includes entrance hall,w.c., living room, kitchen, utility, 4 bedrooms (2 ensuite) and main bathroom. The attic is accessed with a stira staircase and provides generous storage area. There is a rear garden with storage shed. Services include mains water and sewage and OFCH. Further details from Auctioneer.


  • Entrance Hall (5.39m x 2.78m Downstairs W.C.)
  • Kitchen Dining Room (5.59m x 5.29m Fully fitted solid wood kitchen units, with granite counter top, Rayburn oil cooker. utility off.)
  • Lounge (4.77m x 4.15m Metal fireplace, fitted units, tiled floor.)
  • Bedroom 1 (2.45m x 3.05m)
  • Bedroom 2 (3.82m x 6.39m Ensuire with power shower)
  • Bedroom 3 (2.78m x 3.20m)
  • Bedroom 4 (5.50m x 2.70m Ensuite with power shower)
  • Bathroom (1.95m x 2.13m)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER C2
  • Number: 109138693
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 179.68

About the Area

Macroom (pop. 2,836) is situated inland from Cork on the Sullane River. It's a busy market town set in the middle of some of the best dairying land in Ireland. Weekly cattle and sheep marts are still busy occasions. Macroom Castle, built in Norman times, was once as big as the Tower of London. Today the castle gateway, located just off the main town square, is still an imposing building but the rest of the castle is in ruins. Not far outside the town is an ancient forest called the Gearagh, formed towards the end of the Ice age. Gearagh is an old Irish name for a wooded river and is so called because the forest covers thousands of tiny islands with streams in between. Today it's a protected region and teeming with wildlife.

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