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Main Street Keshcarrigan, Leitrim

  • Size 300 m²

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  • GREAT LOCATION
  • Keshcarrigan
  • Leitrim
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Description


Description
REDUCED TO SELL - EXCEPTIONAL VALUE

Located within walking distance of the picturesque village of Keshcarrigan, on the banks of the River Shannon, is this split level property which is currently operating as a restaurant/B&B. Keshcarrigan is located 15 kms from the vibrant town of Carrick on Shannon and has a couple of bars and a village shop. The property which was constructed 30 years ago has oil fired central heating and is well maintained, although would benefit from an element of redecoration/modernisation.

The property sits on c 1. acre of mature gardens and there is a tarmacadam driveway up to the property which is in an elevated position. There is a reception area to the front of the property with access into the restaurant which seats 20. There is a large stone feature fireplace in the restaurant and views of the River Shannon through the front windows.

Additionally, there is a fully functional stainless steel catering kitchen.

In addition to modest residential family accommodation there are 6 bedrooms, all en-suite for B&B with a mix of double, triple and twin rooms and there is a separate guest lounge.st House B & B

Features
GREAT LOCATION

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Explore Leitrim Leitrim is the least populated county in Ireland, home to numerous lakes and rivers. Lough Allen covers the centre of the county and is great for fishing and water activities. It is also home to the shortest bit of coastline in Ireland at 2.5km long where the county touches the Atlantic Ocean. T... Explore Leitrim
PSRA Licence No: 002457

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Use the form below to get in touch with REA Brady (Carrick-on-Shannon) or call them on (071) 962 2444

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