Curragh Beg

Glencar, Co. Kerry


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Curragh Beg
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Jim Burns Town & Country Auctioneers are delighted to bring to market Old Road Cottage, Curragh Beg, Glencar, Co. Kerry V93 C3R0. New to Market Viewing Recommended Charming 1bed Bungalow situated in a picturesque setting at Curragh Beg, Glencar on c. 0.61acre site. The property commands magnificent views of the McGillycuddy Reeks and surrounding countryside. Situated on the famous Kerry Way and walking distance to shop, post office and Climbers Inn bar in the heart of the Reeks District. The Bungalow contains c. 551 sq.ft which has been rewired, new flooring, tiling, bathroom, new fireplace, back boiler stove and new radiators. Situated in a quiet country setting close to Blackstone Bridge, Caragh River, Caragh Lake, Lough Acoose. The McGillycuddy Reeks (Carrauntoohil Irelands highest Mountain). Ideally suited for first time buyer, holiday home, retreat. The property is also suited for the outdoor enthusiast with the Kerry Way on your doorstep as well as Water Sports at Caragh Lake, Horse Riding, Golfing, Fishing, Hill Walking and Mountain Climbing within easy access. Accommodation: Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Kitchen/Dining Room, Pantry, Bedroom, Back Hallway. Services: group water scheme, septic tank, electricity, solid fuel heating. About Glenbeigh: Glenbeigh is a truly magical place often referred to as "The Jewel in the Ring of Kerry". It is the ideal holiday location. Whether you are looking for a fun-filled family holiday or a romantic break away, there really is something here for everyone. Enjoy the six miles of golden, sandy, blue flag Rossbeigh Beach or the peace and beauty of the rivers and lakes. Glenbeigh is cozily tucked in to the surrounding horseshoe of hills and Seefin Mountains. The Caragh River and the Behy River flow at either side of the village into Castlemaine Harbour. The mountain scenery here is magnificent, and the circuit of the hills from Seefin to Drung Hill is called the "Glenbeigh Horseshoe" and is part of the greater "Kerry Way", one of Kerry's finest mountain walks. However you prefer to spend your holidays, whether it's bird watching, walking, playing golf (on the famous Dooks Golf Links), fishing, hang gliding, surfing or kayaking, horse trekking on Rossbeigh Beach or just relaxing, Glenbeigh really does have it all. Immerse yourself in the friendliness and hospitality of the local people and the beauty of our wonderful destination, come and see for yourself just how much we have to offer. About Glencar: Glencar is located above Caragh Lake along the Ring of Kerry. Glencar is nature lovers paradise, the area is naturally beautiful with Lickeen Forest, Caragh River and Caragh Lake. It is a spot that anglers return to on a yearly basis. The countryside lover will also be delighted with the country walks. Find typical rural Irish life in this welcoming village, offering outdoor adventures, historic treasures and plenty of time to appreciate the quiet peace. Enjoy the slow pace of traditional village life in Glencar, a quaint spot nestled in the hills of County Kerry. Take long walks in the country, explore the sites of ancient settlements, look at mountain vistas and come home to a cozy homestead in the evening. Discover lakes and rivers winding between rugged mountains where wildflowers grow. Wander through green forests and mysterious bogs. Cast a line in the beautiful Caragh Lake and Caragh River, popular with avid fishermen for their schools of trout and salmon. Join a local tour to hunt for rabbits, pheasants, ducks and snipes that abound in this region. Walk along the river and see the historic Blackstones Bridge with its stone arches. Look for early Christian rock carvings at Cloon, a fascinating window into history. In Lickeen Forest, walk under the boughs of weathered trees covered in moss. Look up and see the summit of Carrauntoohil, the tallest mountain in Ireland. Visit the two spectacular gaps, Ballaghisheen Pass and Ballaghbeama Gap, passes that link South Kerry with Mid Kerry. Hike or ride your bike over these hills and encounter barely a soul. Your companions will be the peaceful herds of sheep or the birds flying overhead. Find opportunities for many long and beautiful walking tours, such as a portion of the long-distance Kerry Way. At Cappanalea Outdoor Education Centre, go canoeing, kayaking, climbing and orienteering with the whole family. At the Red Fox Pub, next to nearby Kerry Bog Village, experience classic Irish hospitality as it's been since the 18th century. This is just off the Ring of Kerry, the road that takes you all around this unique peninsula. Stay in one of Glencar's classic country houses for a glimpse into how life has been in this part of the world for centuries. In town find a collection of these inns and a local store. Glencar is remote but connected to neighboring villages Keeas and Coad by narrow roads. Room Details: Entrance Hallway: 3.16 x 3.41 With timber flooring Sitting Room: 4.28 x 3.41 (Views of Mountains) With timber flooring, feature timber fireplace with open fire, 3 double sockets Bathroom: 1.66 x 2.31 With WC, WHB, Bath, tiled flooring, tiled walls and surround Kitchen/Dining Room: 3.36 x 3.18 With built in units, stainless steel sink unit, wired for oven, plumbed, tiled and timber flooring, solid fuel stove with back boiler, 3 double sockets. Pantry: 1.2 x 0.813 Bedroom: 3.47 x 3.16 (Views of Mountains) With timber flooring, double bedroom, 3 double sockets Wardrobes: 1.06 x 1.4 with timber flooring Back hallway: 1.97 x 0.85 With tiled flooring, back door. Features: Lovely 1 bed property On Kerry way Close to Post office shop, climbers inn Bar Quiet country road Fantastic views of Cora Mountain, McGillycuddy Reeks and surrounding countryside Ideal home House rewired, replumbed, flooring, tiling, fireplace, back boiler, radiators Good location Mature site Situated in heart of Reeks District Site area c. 0.61acre. Services: Group water scheme, septic tank, solid fuel heating, electricity. DISCLAIMER: Jim Burns & Co. Ltd for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of the property whose agents they are, give notice that: (i) The particulars are set out as a general outline for the guidance of intending purchasers or lessees, and do not constitute part of, an offer or contract. (ii) All descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct, but any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them. (iii) No person in the employment of Jim Burns & Co. Ltd has any authority to make or give representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

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