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Glosh House, Carracastle, Ballaghaderreen

Glosh House, Carracastle, Ballaghaderreen

Derryvunny, Corrigeenroe, Boyle

Derryvunny, Corrigeenroe, Boyle

5 Port Álainn, Knockvicar, Boyle

5 Port Álainn, Knockvicar, Boyle

5 Barley Fields, Bealnamulla, Athlone

5 Barley Fields, Bealnamulla, Athlone

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Glosh House, Carracastle, Ballaghaderreen

Glosh House, Carracastle, Ballaghaderreen

410k Fox & Gallagher (096) 70900

Having departed Lough Key, the Boyle River makes its way southeastward, through the village of Knockvicar and towards its next appointment with Oakport Lough. About a kilometre south of the village it passes Tara Marina and the surrounding cluster of houses known as Port Álainn.

No5 measures 1,306 sq ft on one floor, with three bedrooms (one en-suite) and an attic roomy enough for conversion. It has a living room with an open fire, a dual-aspect kitchen and a sunroom, and double doors link all these rooms.

There’s a bar and restaurant attached to the marina, and the town of Boyle is about ten minutes’ drive away. The Sligo-Dublin train stops there.

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Derryvunny, Corrigeenroe, Boyle

Derryvunny, Corrigeenroe, Boyle

Derryvunny, Corrigeenroe, Boyle

Derryvunny, Corrigeenroe, Boyle

€350k Smith Kelly Scott (071) 966 2124

 The townland of Derryvunny is on the northern shores of Lough Key, culminating in a heavily wooded island known as Long Island and including the Coillte-managed Derryvunny Greenwood Trail.
This large detached house in the townland has been used for self-catering accommodation by tourists to the historic lough. It has five bedrooms upstairs (two en-suite) as well as an eat-in kitchen and two reception rooms downstairs, in an overall floor area of 2,594 sq ft.
It stands on 1.3 acres with a block-built shed and a raised deck, and there’s an option to buy another 20 acres of land extending towards the woods behind the house.

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5 Port Álainn, Knockvicar, Boyle

5 Port Álainn, Knockvicar, Boyle

5 Port Álainn, Knockvicar, Boyle

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5 Port Álainn, Knockvicar, Boyle

€180k Gordon Hughes Estate Agents (071) 964 5555

Having departed Lough Key, the Boyle River makes its way southeastward, through the village of Knockvicar and towards its next appointment with Oakport Lough. About a kilometre south of the village it passes Tara Marina and the surrounding cluster of houses known as Port Álainn.
No5 measures 1,306 sq ft on one floor, with three bedrooms (one en-suite) and an attic roomy enough for conversion. It has a living room with an open fire, a dual-aspect kitchen and a sunroom, and double doors link all these rooms.
There’s a bar and restaurant attached to the marina, and the town of Boyle is about ten minutes’ drive away. The Sligo-Dublin train stops there.

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5 Barley Fields, Bealnamulla, Athlone

5 Barley Fields, Bealnamulla, Athlone

5 Barley Fields, Bealnamulla, Athlone

5 Barley Fields, Bealnamulla, Athlone

€315k Sherry FitzGerald O’Meara (0906) 475 500

The Barley Fields estate was built in the early 2000s on the Tuam road out of Athlone, on the western side of the River Shannon. You have easy access here to the M6 motorway, which you can join at Junction 13, about three minutes’ drive away. This will get you to the M50 in about an hour and a quarter. Hodson Bay on Lough Ree is a journey or about ten minutes.
No5 measures 1,266 sq ft and has a front-facing living room with a bay window and fireplace. An archway there leads to the rear kitchen and dining room with sliding patio doors, and there’s a separate utility. The first floor has four bedrooms (one en-suite).


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