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Brackaharagh, Reen, Caherdaniel, Co Kerry

€95,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 74 sqm approx


Old cottage with northerly views over West Cove Harbour and surrounding countryside views. Gortnamackee and Coad Mountains are to the north.

The house is about 20’ x 20’ on two floors. GF: Kitchen / Dining area, Sitting room, FF: 3 Bedrooms. Attached to the house are two outhouses which would have been used for farm animals.

Set on 0.5 acres (0.2023 hectares) with some mature trees on the grounds

300 meters to Reen beach and 1 mile to Carrolls Cove beach and the deep water moorings at West Cove. Caherdaniel & Castlecove Villages 2 miles away. 3 miles to Derrynane beach (blue flag) and Derrynane House & National Park.

Mountain walks , Kerry way, horse riding, water sports all within close proximity.

Built in the 1800's the house now is in need of complete renovation.


Services to the property include electricity & telephone connections.

There is a public water supply at the public road which would need to be accessed by the new owner.

Planning was granted on the 12/08/2016 to renovate and extend the existing dwelling and install a new waste water system. Accommodation in new proposed house: GF: kitchen/living room, bedroom, bathroom. FF: 2 bedrooms, bathroom. Exterior Garage and store

Please note: The property is in poor state of repair and caution should be exercised when viewing the property

BER Information

  • Rating: BER exempt

About the Area

Caherdaniel is situated half way around the Ring of Kerry. A great place to stop on the Ring of Kerry to stretch your legs and to explore the magnificent beaches here. One mile from Caherdaniel you have Derrynane Beach, one of the most beautiful and cleanest Beaches in the World. Here you can explore one of the 3 Beaches and an old Abbey. There are plenty of watersports here including wind surfing and sailing. Derrynane National Park and the local coastline provide a range of different levels of walks