This property at Meenleitrim South can be sold as one are in up to four lots – Lot 1 the attached which is c.5.5acres, Lot 2 lands to rear of the house c.11acres, Lot 3 the bungalow and c.0.85 of an acres – The bungalow is a 1970’s build 3-bed with the benefit now of OFCH and uPVC double glazed windows, private water supply and septic tank. The property has been vacant for in excess of two years and is partially derelict so in our opinion it should qualify for the home renovation and dereliction grants, and then Lot 4 the remaining lands and forestry c.42acres. The forestry was planted in two lots c.22.5acres in 1994 and c.6.2acres in 2003 leaving approx. 13acres of agricultural lands.
The bungalow is a 1970’s build, 3 bed with the benefit now of OFCH and uPVC double glazed windows, private water supply and septic tank.
We are advised by The Forestry Company in their report that all of the lands are suitable for planting except for 3.25HA (8acres) in a Special Protection Area (SPA).
Five minutes to Tralee and Blennerville village which then opens up access to the Dingle peninsula via the N86. Could this property be better located? We don’t think so, but come and see for yourself.
Built 23 years ago, this 4-bed bungalow has been constantly well maintained and enhanced to now feature an air-to-water heating system, triple-glazing throughout and if that is not enough heat there is a 23kw solid fuel stove in the lounge, giving the property an enviable B? BER rating.
The property is situated on a private road from the Ballydunlea road that runs between Blennerville to Skehanagh. There is ample parking to the side and front of the property with a well-maintained asphalt driveway, kerbing, driveway lights and garage.
The entrance hall is bright and spacious with a conveniently-placed coat cupboard. The living room has dual-aspect windows, dark oak solid wood flooring, double radiator and 23kw solid-fuel stove in a carved mahogany fireplace on a marble plinth. A peaceful room with plenty of natural light and mountain views to the south, it is ideal for evening or weekend relaxing, with ample space for an L-shaped sofa and armchairs.
The kitchen is wonderfully light and spacious, with oodles of worktop space, pale timber eye and floor-level units, integrated dishwasher and full-height fridge-freezer. As well as providing great space to cook and store gadgets, its regular shape means there is lots of room for entertaining, with the double doors giving the option of al-fresco dining by spilling out onto the beautiful granite patio in the south-west facing rear garden. The high-quality modern floor and partial wall tiles give a bright and clean feel to this kitchen. The utility area off the kitchen – continuing the floor and wall tiles – has ample additional storage, washing machine and a door to the rear garden, plus a convenient cloakroom with WC and WHB.
The corridor leads to three double and one single bedroom all with fitted units, two of the bedrooms are ensuite, all of the bedrooms have a light oak flooring, double radiators and triple-glazed windows and are finished to a very high standard. The property has the benefit of a pressurised water system which gives great water pressure to the ensuite showers.
The highly efficient zoned heating system allows precise temperature control to all of the bedrooms and rest of the house, maximising energy efficiency.
Also accessed from this corridor is the attic, a vast space(11 x 4.2m) with great height giving huge potential for conversion into a guestroom with Velux windows, home office or a family games room.
The main bathroom is fully tiled with bright modern tiles and has a built-in bath, WC and WHB.
The garden provides plenty of space for adults and children to enjoy in a private setting with mature trees and hedging. The whole site is fully drained, giving a beautiful lawn, even in the wettest of winters. Another outside feature is the garage, currently divided into two spacious areas and with power supply and plenty of storage area, the vendor also has a rain water harvesting system in place off the garage roof.
The entire outside space of this property has been immaculately maintained, with a beautiful decorative fountain to the front and asphalt driveway right up to the front door and garage, creating a fantastic first impression.
A unique family home of exceptional quality and finish, properties of this calibre are rare – an absolute must-see!
Apartment 1 – 2-bed
This property represent an excellent opportunity for the purchaser to enhance and extend this bungalow, it will benefit from the vacant homes and dereliction grants as it has been unoccupied for in excess of the 2 year requirement.
The site is served by the mains sewer from Caherciveen and has mains power and water available at the roadside.
The footpath to Caherciveen town abutts the front of the site and the site has frontage of approx 70mtrs to the N70 and frontage of approx 80mtrs to the L4005.
2-bed cottage with OFCH, private access and gardens.
Close proximity to Catlemaine, Killorglin and Tralee
Apartment – 1 Bed Top Floor
An ideal renovation project on c.1.89acres fronting onto the R577 Scartagen to Ballydesmond Road, this property will benefit in our opinion from the vacant homes and derelict properties grant.
The property has the benefit of a private waste water treatment system, a private water supply will have to be installed and mains electricity is running adjacent to the site.
There is a 40ft container on site that will be ideal for the storage of building materials during the renovation of this property.
This is a fantastic opportunity to acquire a detached 4-bed family residence in the much sought after development of Cahereen Heights in Castleisland, Co. Kerry.
Viewing is a must, contact Brendan for further details.
Zoned urban site of approx. 0.20acre with all services available
Currently all services except for ESB can be connected for free up to April ’24, this represents a significant cost saving for the self builder.
Located in an idyllic countryside location this partially complete 4-bed storey and half dwelling with planning for a septic tank, percolation and all other services
A private water supply has been identified on the site.
KCC Planning Reference Number: 013335
This property was commenced in 2002, so it should qualify for the vacant property and possibly the dereliction grants. Purchasers will have to satisfy themselves to the criteria for acceptance to these grants.
An Eircode approx. 100mtrs before the property is V92 RK5D, do not drive into the site, there is a deep drain on the roadside, go past the property and there is a roadway, park safely at the end of that. Be careful in the property there are lots of trip hazards.