This is a lovely 2 storey cottage in a beautifully scenic part of West Cork, surrounded by 84 acres of land.
The cottage and farmyard is accessed via a hard surfaced private avenue this avenue extends approx. 1 km through the farm and was formally used as access roadway for the copper and Barite mines which were worked on the farm during the early 1900’s.
The property comprises 84 acres of mixed use land together with a number of barns and outhouse, There is also an old stone single storey derelict dwelling house with offers potential for further development subject to planning permission. There are 32 acres of farmland together with 52 acres of scrubland.
The property is located off an unnamed Road off the R592 Schull to Ballydehob Road, close to an area locally known as Letter. It is located approximately 4.5 km north east of Schull Village in a very scenic mountainous area. The farm has the benefit of entitlements valued at €5,022.87 for 2021.
Zoning / Planning:
The Property is situated on land with no formal zoning designation
Municipal water and electricity services are available
Freehold Title forming part of Folio CK261143
Residence: 909.6 Sq. ft 84.5 Sq. m
Cow shed: 679 Sq. ft 63.09 Sq. m
Hay barn: 528 Sq. ft 49.05 Sq. m
Lean-to barn: 340 Sq. ft 31.6 Sq. m
Old Stone Farmhouse: 360 Sq. ft 33.4 Sq. m
Byre : 213 Sq. ft 19.8 Sq. m
Cottage on 84 acres of mixed use land
4.5 km north east of Schull village
Very scenic mountain area
The farm has the benefit of entitlements valued at €5,022.87 for 2021.
The property also includes a number of barns and outhouses