Fine property near thriving rural town

Just who will make a play for a residential 13.5-acre holding at Milleenanig, adjacent to the rugby club in Dunmanway?

The property has just come on the market through Daniel Lehane and Associates.

“It has a traditional-style farmhouse in need of internal refurbishment,” says selling agent Daniel Lehane, who adds that there are also some old stone outbuildings with the property.

Approximatley 10 of the 13.5 acres are of good quality, according to the agent, with the rest in need of reclamation where the ground runs down to the site of the old West Cork railway line.

There are no entitlements going with the property, but the guide price of €235,000 perhaps reflects the fact that this property holds potential for the hobby farmer who wants to live within half a kilometre of the town.

The property is only just beyond the street lighting system of Dunmanway and it has already been attracting some attention from overseas buyers looking more at the house than the land, as well as locally-based parties more interested in the land on offer.


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