A house at Moatefarrell near Edgeworthstown which was on the market for €74,000 has had its price slashed.
The spacious four-bedroom home, which is located in the townland of Lisameen, is now listed for sale at €49,500 - which represents a price reduction of 33.56 per cent.
The building is an extended two-storey farmhouse built in the old style and is in need of refurbishment internally. However, the property does boast double-glazed windows and a modern oil-fired central heating system.
Accommodation comprises an entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen with solid fuel range, utility room with toilet and wash-hand basin, main bathroom and four bedrooms. Other services on the site include mains water and a septic tank.
The home has a BER rating of E2, with an energy performance indicator of 347.1/kWh/m2/yr.
Outside, there is a recently-built fuel shed and some older stone-built utility sheds, which are located to the rear of the property.
The house is located in a quiet rural area 6km to the north west of Edgeworthstown and the N4 primary route between Dublin and Sligo, and less than 5km south of the village of Ballinalee.
Quinn Brothers are the estate agents handling the sale of the property. For information, contact 043 3346237 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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