Beautiful 3 Bedroom Cottage-Style Home in Fantastic Location, Carrick on Suir, Tipperary, ireland
With its glorious natural scenery and welcoming culture, ireland continues to be one of the most desirable places across the world to be. On offer here is the chance to invest into this beautiful part of the world with this excellent semi-detached cottage style home.
Located in the town of Carrick on Suir, a peaceful and well-run community, the house features 3 bedrooms, bathroom, sitting room, kitchen/ living room, dining area, utility room/office, back porch, work shed, and a private garden area, perfect for relaxing in.
This property not only offers a comfortable and spacious place to live but also the chance to venture into the lucrative and ever-growing holiday rental market. Thanks to the emergence of direct rental sites such as Airbnb and booking.com, the holiday rental market is going through a golden age right now and ireland continues to be one of the fastest growing areas across Europe in this context. Carrick on Suir is not only a wonderful area in itself but is also a good base from which to discover the endless other wonders of this famous island, so renowned for its areas of outstanding natural beauty and heritage such as the nearby River Suir, Rock of Cashel and Slievenamon Bog. For those wishing to travel a little further there is also the astonishing Wild Atlantic Way and Wicklow Mountains. and The property is also just over 2 hours away from ireland’s iconic capital, Dublin.
Another huge draw in the holiday rental market is the fact that this area is a hotbed for sport and leisure activities with numerous GAA clubs, soccer pitches, walking/cycling areas, water sports and fishing areas around the River Suir. For horse-racing fans, this really is an idyllic location with Clonmel racecourse just 14 miles away and Tramore 20 miles away.
Golf enthusiasts will be delighted with the number of stunning courses nearby such as Carrick on Suir Golf Club and Clonmel Golf Club.
The area is also very well-connected transport wise both locally, with excellent roads and buses, taxis and train stations nearby. The nearest regional airport is Waterford, and the nearest international airport is Cork, which is roughly 75 miles away.
FURTHER PROPERTY DETAiLS
Tiled floor. Traditional style front door. Size: 4.2 m. x 1.16 m.
Laminated wood floor. Stanley wood burning stove on granite hearth. Double doors to hallway. Size: 3.66 m. x 3.3 m.
High vaulted ceiling with Velux windows. Tiled floor. Wood burning stove with back boiler. Fully fitted kitchen with island unit. Belfast sink. Hotpoint Cooker (electric and gas). Electrolux dishwasher. Size: 5.49 m. x 3.65 m.
Vinyl floor covering. Window blinds. Double doors leading to decking and rear garden. Size: 3.49 m. x 2.68 m.
Vinyl floor covering. Size: 1.78 m. x 1.16 m.
Plumbed washing machine. Tiled floor. Size: 2.61 m. x 2.23 m.
Laminated timber floor. Walk in wardrobe. Adjoining WC and WHB (2.09 m. x 0.9 m). Size: 3.53 m. x 3.38 m.
With Hot Press and storage press. Size: 3.42 m. x 1.05 m.
Fitted carpet. Fitted wardrobe. Attic room (2.59 m. x 2 m.) overhead accessed by stairs. Size: 3.56 m. x 1.96 m.
Laminated timber floor. Size: 3.79 m. x 2.14 m.
Fully tiled walls and floor. Electric shower unit, bath, WC and whb. Size: 2.54 m. x 2.25 m.
With vinyl floor covering and door to rear.
Work shed with electricity, which is shelved and plumbed for washing machine. Size: 3.5 x 3.5
ABOUT THE AREA
Tipperary boasts the sort of fertile soil that farmers dream of – the Golden Vale, between Tipperary town and Cashel, with the best dairy farming in the country. The central area of the county is low-lying, but rolling hills spill over from adjoining counties and an upper-crust gloss still clings to equestrian traditions here, with fox hunts in full legal cry during the winter season.
Walking and cycling opportunities abound, especially in the Glen of Aherlow, south of Tipperary town. But the real crowd-pleasers are the iconic Rock of Cashel and Cahir Castle. in between, you’ll find bucolic charm along pretty much any country road you choose.
Carrick-on-Suir is a thriving town of 8,000 inhabitants serving a local community of some 12,000 people. it has an abundance of retail, service and commercial activities that continue to grow and prosper. Excellent housing, superb educational facilities and an advanced infrastructure make it an ideal location in the South East. it combines the best quality of life and commercial potential for inward investment and relocation.
The recent designation of a substantial tract of land for a biotechnology park is testament to Carrick-on-Suir’s prospects. Many observers have recognised Carrick-on-Suir as having the critical ingredients of location, infrastructure and people that are required to support modern industry. The Economic Development Committee chaired by Jim Power economist is co-ordinating many initiatives that will result in further development of the commercial potential of the area.
There is an abundance of local services including professional, medical, banking, trades & construction and general services necessary to support such a vibrant community. The town has Carrick town council as its administrative centre.
Carrick-on-Suir has an extensive range of existing dwellings on the market through local auctioneering firms. These are high quality private housing. Very high-quality housing in Carrick is comparatively less expensive than in other local urban areas.
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Located in a friendly, well-run community.
Spacious and modern house.
Recently renovated and is in pristine condition.
Kitchen/ living room.
Utility room/office (versatile sunny place at back of house).
Huge potential in the fast-growing holiday rental market.
Surrounded by many world-famous landmarks.
Surrounded by many areas of outstanding natural beauty and historical significance such as River Suir, Slievenamon Bog, Rock of Cashel and Cahir Castle.
Great base from which to discover ireland’s many other fascinating areas.
Just 2 hours from Dublin.
Surrounded by many beautiful walking and cycling areas.
idyllic location for water sports and fishing areas.
Hotbed for horseracing with 2 iconic tracks, Clonmel and Tramore nearby.
Close to many excellent golf courses including Carrick on Suir Golf Club and Clonmel Golf Club.
Excellent transport links.
Just over 75 miles from Cork international Airport.
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