A beautiful Irish cottage has been put on the market and will offer buyers the opportunity to live an idyllic life in the stunning Irish countryside.
The property was built around 2002 and features all the luxuries of a comfortable family home, whilst maintaining the charm and character of an old world thatched cottage.
The home is called Portnahinch, and is located in Roscommon, with the stunning River Shannon just a stone’s throw away.
It is on the market for €250,000 and would be the ideal family home for those looking to settle in the Roscommon area.
The entrance to Portnahinch features a hardwood doorway with glass viewing pane and tiled flooring.
The sitting room is the perfect setting to relax with family at the end of the day. It features a solid fuel stove, timber panel ceiling and dual windows.
The spacious kitchen offers a great opportunity to entertain, with window s to the front, rear and side, and double doors leading to a timber decking area to the side of the property.
Portnahinch also includes a utility room ready plumbed for washing machine, a family bathroom and separate shower room.
Upstairs you will find three large bedrooms, all boasting views of the stunning Irish country that surrounds the property.
Portnahinch is being sold by agents myhome.ie.
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