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Portnahinch, Lanesborough, Co. Roscommon


Price
Price on Request

Type
Detached House

Status
For Sale

BEDROOMS
4

BATHROOMS
3

Size
167 sq.m.

BER
BER
D1
EPI: 0 kWh/m2/yr

Description

REMAX Team Earley are delighted to present this unique property to the market. This property boasts front-line panoramic views across the vast waters of the River Shannon. Situated on an over 1.5 acre site this three bedroomed 2 bathroom cottage measures 124sq.m(1,342 sq. ft) and also comes with an additional 1 bedroom chalet measuring just shy of 500 square feet.
Alongside the house and chalet are various outbuildings from workshops, fuel stores to potting rooms all these buildings are original traditional stone buildings and help create a double courtyard front and to the rear. This site extends onto the banks of the River Shannon, complete with private jetty, boathouse, and waterside decked promenade. Lanesboro is situated at the top of Lough Ree between the towns of Longford and Roscommon, divided by the River Shannon. Longford and Roscommon towns are both within 15 minutes drive of this said property with the Centre Parks Longford Forest holiday Centre in Ballymahon only 30 minutes away. The town is well renowned for attracting a large number of visitors to the area with Angling as a top tourist attraction, The village has grown from strength to strength with a number of new businesses opening in recent years. This has been an award winning tidy towns village. The town boasts a number of stunning walking routes, i.e., Lanesboro Commons and a tranquil 3.2km woodland loop along the banks of the Shannon. Only 90 minutes from Dublin/Galway, it is very centrally located. Trains and buses to Dublin/Galway/Sligo, etc.

The said property is heated via OFCH and comprises of 3 bedrooms (1 of which is ensuite), living room kitchen/diner and home office.

To register your interest, get in contact with the sole selling auctioneers.

Features

  • F42 F535
  • OFCH
  • River Views