A fantastic, semi-detached heritage house, dating back to 1888 with authentic period features, located in the County Kerry town of Listowel.
Built as the railway station serving Listowel, this well-furnished property has been converted to a private holiday home, making an excellent base for a group of family and friends to get together and explore the renowned County Kerry.
With four bedrooms, three upstairs and one downstairs, each offering a different sleeping arrangement, most needs will be catered for.
Also downstairs you will find a well-equipped kitchen, traditionally finished with two ranges, and a dining table in the middle, giving it a more communal feel by keeping everyone together while a tasty meal is being rustled up.
Once fed and watered, make your way into the sitting room with comfortable sofas and a woodburning stove, perfect for taking it easy while you share photos of your day’s adventures, making everyone at home jealous, and letting your dinner settle.
To the back you will find a garden with a decked area off to the side with furniture, perfect for relaxing with a well-earned drink as the day draws to an end.
You don’t have far to go to find yourself in the centre of Listowel, so there will be no arguments about who will be the designated driver should you wish to go out for a few drinks.
A little further afield you can find yourself making the most of the sun, sand and sea in Ballybunion, or practicing your golf swing on one of the nearby courses.
Why not take a trip to Tralee or a little further in the opposite direction will take you to the city of Limerick, where you can absorb the local culture with plenty of shops, pubs and restaurants for you to sample.
An excellent property with easy access to the Wild Atlantic Way, to be booked at once!
About the location
LISTOWEL, COUNTY KERRY
Tralee 16 miles; Ballybunnion 9 miles.
The bustling market town of Listowel, designated as a Heritage Town of Ireland lies alongside the bubbling River Feale in the beautiful north of County Kerry. Listowel is celebrated as the literary capital of Ireland, and the annual festival is one of Ireland’s most famous, with authors and playwrights from around the world descending upon the town each June. The narrow streets are littered with brightly painted buildings, home to many welcoming shops and pubs, with the latter regularly showcasing traditional Irish music. The town offers something for everyone with a popular racecourse providing two meetings a year, a golf course, a writer's museum, the unique Lartigue Railway, the Garden of Europe, a May Bank Holiday weekend military tattoo, September Harvest Food Fair and a castle. Listowel is within easy driving distance of many other enticing attractions, including golden beaches, the Ring of Kerry and Dingle Peninsula. The perfect spot to experience an authentic Irish holiday.