Beau­fort, Kil­lar­ney €350,000

Irish Examiner - Property & Interiors - - Property -

OLD fash­ioned charm, and some mod­ern touches, com­bine to make An Nead one of the most at­trac­tive small coun­try pads on the Mun­ster mar­ket, and on its lovely pri­vate acre it’s show­ing well in early sum­mer­like con­di­tions too.

Set on an acre, six miles from Kil­lar­ney with moun­tain views, lov­ingly minded tra­di­tional gar­dens, and out­build­ings, it’s a c, 100-year-old T-shaped home with im­mense per­son­al­ity, which is typ­i­fied by its tra­di­tional, high-ceil­ing main liv­ing room.

Sell­ing agent Donal Cul­loty of REA Coyne & Cul­loty said there’s very lit­tle like this on the mar­ket, in such a beauty spot, and while it cur­rent own­ers are from Dublin, it had pre­vi­ous own­ers from the UK: who knows who’ll be next, as it’s just 20 min­utes from Kerry Air­port? Apart from the charm, and the set­ting close to Beau­fort villge is scenic Kerry land, it also has prox­im­ity to the beauty spots like the Gap of Dun­loe, and Kil­lor­glin, while the Ring of Kerry and Wild At­lantic Way put it on a wider radars and maps also.

It has what Mr Cul­loty terms as gen­er­ous liv­ing space, with that large fam­ily room with open fire­place, cosy kitchen with Ray­burn, din­ing area, den with stove, three bed­rooms with one en suite, main fam­ily bath­room plus sun room.

VER­DICT: bu­colic Kerry bliss

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