Two Irish Accommodation Properties Hit The Market
Two Irish accommodation properties have hit the market. Archersfield House Archersfield House of Castle Road, Kilkenny, Co. Kilkenny, is being sold via FitzGerald Housefinders. The property's lis...
Two Irish accommodation properties have hit the market.
Archersfield House of Castle Road, Kilkenny, Co. Kilkenny, is being sold via FitzGerald Housefinders.
The property's listing on daft.ie states, "Although laid out as a large family home, Archersfield House has been engineered and designed to include for alternative uses e.g. as two detached homes (planning permission in place), offices, health clinic or five-star guest accommodation etc.
"Internally, the layout encompasses a generous entrance hall, reception rooms, home office, home gym, seven bedrooms, large dressing room and 11 bathrooms."
The Glen Hotel
Meanwhile, The Glen Hotel of Glen of Aherlow, Co. Tipperary, has hit the market via DNG Liam O'Grady Auctioneers for €100,000.
The property's listing on daft.ie states, "For sale by online auction - 27th August, 2021, 3pm.
"DNG O'Grady Auctioneers are proud to present the Glen Hotel, Glen of Aherlow, Co. Tipperary. Situated in the spectacular Glen of Aherlow at the foot of the Galtee Mountains, this commercial property operated as the historic Glen Hotel for many years, with 22 ensuite bedrooms, a 75 seater restaurant, a 70 seat public bar, and two extensive ball/function rooms with 290 seat capacity.
"The property has been vacant for a number of years, and has fallen into disrepair as a result, but promises huge potential for any commercial enterprise, benefiting from a wealth of local attractions including multiple golf courses (Tipperary and Ballykisteen), horse riding, quad biking, fishing, hill walking/hiking, as well as some exceptional examples of traditional Irish architecture in the most stunning scenery and countryside Inland Ireland has to offer.
"The property can be found at the foot of the Glen, just 9km from Tipperary town, and ample car parking space holding up to 160 cars ensures availability at all times of the day."
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