Trading up: Killarney, Kerry €25,000

The owners of this Killarney property liked the lake views so much that they built their home with a large balcony and a first floor sitting room in order to appreciate them to the fullest.

Built in 2000, at Tullig, Innisfallen View is a four bed house with 2,200 sq ft of living space and over half an acre of gardens.

Guiding at €265,000, agents Sherry FitzGerald Coughlan it’s decorated and maintained to a very high standard and has picturesque views both of the lakes and the McGillycuddy reeks.

Auctioneer Michael Coughlan adds it’s getting good interest from trade up buyers and has already attracted a few bids which are “ a bit below the mark”

Accommodation includes a spacious oak floored sitting room with a stove in a red brick chimney-breast as well as a kitchen with pine fitted units. 

Also at ground level the house has a utility room, a guest WC and two en suite bedrooms including one with a walk in wardrobe.

 Upstairs there’s are two more en suite bedrooms, a bathroom and a large timber floored living room with patio doors leading out to the front balcony.

Outside there’s a tarmac driveway, lawned gardens and some mature trees.

VERDICT: Two miles form town and quite properly configured for lake and mountain views.


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