Woodn’t it be lovely in Lismore log cabin

Trish Dromey profiles a getaway log cabin retreat with fishing galore

Lismore, Co Waterford - €225,000

Size: 148 sq m (1,600 sq ft)
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2

AS A GETAWAY retreat, Mir at Bridane Lower near Lismore may not be quite as remote as the European Space Station, but it does have very scenic views of the Bride Valley.

Imported from Finland around 10 years ago, it’s a sizable three-bed log chalet with 1,600 sq ft of living space and a two acre site with a pond.

Seeking offers of €225,000 Sherry FitzGerald Reynolds say it’s an attractive and unique property which is in turn key condition and is being sold with all contents included.

“The scenic location makes it perfect for a holiday home. It’s within walking distance from the River Bridge and a short drive from the River Blackwater and will appeal to fishing enthusiasts,’’ says auctioneer Sinead Reynolds.

Accommodation includes an extra spacious kitchen dining living room with timber floors, walls and ceilings and cream country style kitchen units.

It also has two sets of double doors and a large stove which heats the whole house.

Other ground floor rooms include a utility room, a bedroom and a bathroom.

The first floor has two very large bedrooms and a bathroom.

Fitted with double glazing and solid fuel heating, the property has a C2 BER rating At ground level there’s a decked veranda at the front and upstairs there’s a balcony, both with scenic valley views.

Steps from the veranda lead down to a lily pond at the front.

Mir is located 7km from Lismore and 11km from Cappoquin

VERDICT: Perfect for angling and as a get-away-from-the-world holiday home

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