A three-bedroom bungalow in Co Tipperary has gone on the market for a bargain basement price – but it will take some hard work and further investment from the new owners to make it the idyllic home it can be.
It is being sold on Daft.com and in recent weeks the asking price has dropped from €55,000 to just €40,000.
In a world where it is becoming harder than ever for first time buyers to get a foot on the property ladder, a fixer-upper sort of property could start to seem like a decent option.
The bungalow needs plenty of imagination, time, effort, and of course, money to be invested in it, but it certainly has the potential to become a dream home for someone who might be prepared to take on the challenge.
It is located in the neighbourhood of Baurnadomeeny, Rearcross, Co Tipperary, which is roughly 36km from the city of Limerick.
While it is some way from the city life, there is enough to do in the local area to keep a prospective homeowner busy.
The listing on Daft says: “Local amenities include the The Congo Bar, Our Lady of Visitation Church, Rody Kennedy – Bar & Shop, Rearcross Football Club and The Rising Sun pub as well as a variety of shops, bars and restaurants in nearby Nenagh.”
The bungalow is a detached property with gardens to the front and back of the building. The site area is extending approximately 0.2 hectares (0.5 acres)
It has three bedrooms, one bathroom and oil fired central heating and extends to approximately 90 sq. m (969 sq. ft).
With a mixture of tender loving care and a healthy dose of elbow grease it could end up being the buy of a lifetime.
Take a look at the pictures below.
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