Four on the market in Co Kerry
A choice of four properties available to buy in the Kingdom, including some offering views of Kenmare Bay, and locations close to the many amenities and sights that the county has in abundance.
Silvermoon, Templenoe €495k
Sherry FitzGerald Daly (064) 664 1213
There are good views of Kenmare Bay from Silvermoon and the house has a raised deck off the main living room from which to enjoy them. The house is 2,670 sq ft on three storeys. At entrance level there's an open-plan kitchen, dining and living room, with a wood-burning stove and French doors to the deck. There are two bedrooms on this level, and two upstairs, both en-suite. The basement has a garden room and a large store room. It is on two-thirds of an acre of grounds, with shrubs and a vegetable garden.
€500k DNG Ted Healy (064) 663 9000
Stablewood is a development of large detached houses in the townland of Coolcorcoran, about three kilometres north of Killarney. At the end of it is this B2-rated house on 0.6 of an acre. It's completed to 'builder's finish', leaving a buyer with 4,036 sq ft to decorate to their own taste. The entrance hall has a rather arresting concrete staircase. There are three reception rooms and a study, as well as the kitchen/dining room. There's one en-suite bedroom on the ground floor and the other five upstairs, two en-suites.
Kincora, Oakpark Road, Tralee
€199.5k Sherry FitzGerald Stephenson Crean (066) 718 0822
Kincora is a semi-detached bay-windowed townhouse close to the centre of Tralee, less than 10 minutes' walk from both the railway station and the Institute of Technology. It's on three storeys and has five bedrooms on the upper two floors, three en-suite. By way of living rooms, there's a sitting room with a fireplace on the ground floor, as well as an eat-in kitchen with a solid-fuel stove and a separate utility room. A laneway runs alongside the property giving vehicle access to a paved back yard with outhouses.
€250k Dillon Prendiville (068) 21739
Just south of the Maharees in Kerry and tucked off the main road stands a pair of semi-detached traditional stone cottages that have been fully restored. They have almost identical layouts, but should you wish to unite, you'll have to get rid of some of the duplicate rooms. Each house has on its ground floor an open-plan living and dining room, a kitchen, bathroom and bedroom, and there are two upstairs bedrooms in each - for a total of six in all. They're on about a third of an acre, about four kilometres from Castlegregory.