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Friday 28 July 2017

Tralee bungalow bursting with possibility for €350k

THE buyer of a four-bedroom bungalow outside Tralee will have the opportunity to put their own stamp on it alongside buying an adjoining 21ac.

All internal works on the newly built house at Curraheen, Tralee, are unfinished to allow the new owners to decide on such things as under-floor heating and electrical fit-out.

There is also an option of buying an adjoining 21ac of good, free-draining land.

Tralee-based auctioneer Brendan Mannix is asking around €550,000 for the entire and €350,000 for the house on nearly one acre.

He says the house would be an ideal family home and could suit someone working in Tralee who preferred the tranquility of a rural area.

Accommodation includes four bedrooms, two of which are en suite and have walk-in wardrobes, a large kitchen/ dining area, utility room, sitting room and family bathroom.

The adjoining land is laid out in one block, and is well fenced and has been well maintained.

The property is situated on a cul-de-sac off the Conor Pass road and has unobstructed views over Tralee Bay to Fenit Harbour.


The same auctioneer is also handling the private treaty sale of a traditional bungalow on 12.6ac at Ahane, Ballymacelligott, Tralee, 8km east of the town.

The house is in need of refurbishment and the land is heavier than the Curraheen property, which is reflected in its €250,000 asking price.

However, it is nicely laid out in a number of fields at either side of the house, with around 200m of road frontage.

Mr Mannix said both properties were open to offers.

For further details contact Brendan Mannix at Mannix & Son on 066 713 7131 or 086 050 8804

Irish Independent