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Lake Cottage, Derrymacar, Newtowncashel, Ballymahon, Co. Longford, N39 W866

€175,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 132 sqm approx

BER G Rating

Description

Traditional two bedroom country cottage in a lakeside location with 14 acres of land and lake at Derrymacar, Newtowncashel, Co. Longford and close to Lough Ree.

The cottage is in original but good condition and was lived in up till recently.

It also has an abundance of out-offices measuring approx. 2,500 sq ft which were former dwellings and may be suitable for conversion to living accommodation.

The cottage sits on 14 acres of land and private lake which is suitable for numerous leisure activities including fishing, boating & swimming.

Ideal for an owner who appreciates a quiet natural location.

More land may be purchased if required.

Rooms

  • Lounge/Diner (6.8m x 4.9m)
  • Bedroom 1 (4.5m x 4.3m)
  • Bedroom 2 (4.5m x 3.6m)
  • Bathroom (2.3m x 1.7m)
  • Kitchen (2.7m x 2.6m)
  • Bedroom 3 (4.5m x 2.6m)
  • Storage (9.2m x 4.5m)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER G
  • Number: 107898686
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 575.11 kWh/m2/yr

About the Area

Ballymahon (Irish: Baile Uí Mhatháin) on the River Inny is a town in the southern part of County Longford, located at the junction of the N55 National secondary road and the R392 regional road. In comparison to other towns and villages in Co. Longford, Ballymahon is a young town. The earliest documentary evidence was in the year 1578.

The buildings in the town are of late Georgian architecture, with two and three storey gabled houses, colour-washed and in rows of three and four. A special feature of the town is its wide main street. The River Inny, a tributary of the River Shannon, flows westwards through Ballymahon in the direction of Lough Ree three miles from the town. The Royal Canal also passes westwards through Ballymahon from Dublin to Clondra, Co. Longford and has now been restored.

Ballymahon is on the N55 road, a major route leading from Athlone, about 22 kilometres to the south, towards Belfast and Northern Ireland. The county town of Longford lies about 22 kilometres to the north-west.