Farmhouse with 14 acres and stables in Co. Cork Ireland
Ireland - Dunmanway, West Co. Cork, Ireland
Traditional farmhouse, built 1900, with 14 acres and river frontage. South West facing. Set well back from quiet road along tree-lined drive. Situated just outside the bounds of the small, attractive market town of Dunmanway, in the heart of West Cork; a short drive from the coast and a commutable 50 min or so drive from Cork City.
House is in need of renovation but has relatively new roof, insulation and double-glazed pvc windows. The former dairy on one end has been recently converted into a utility and toilet area. There is a mobile home on site, useful as accomodation while renovating, and a barn space attached to the property with great potential as further living space.
New metal barn, built in 2016 with 3 integral loose-box timber stables and hay-store set on large concrete yard. Shed within yard suitable for tack-room.
Land consists of 11 acres divided into four flat, well drained, tree-lined fields, from which we have been able to cut our own hay. There are an additional 3 acres of water-meadow, suitable for summer grazing. The richly diverse water-meadow leads down to the river Bandon, creating a buffer against flooding and an important wildlife habitat.