AUCTIONEERS QUINN PROPERTY are expecting to have a busy day on April 5th as what they describe as “one of the most eye-catching properties currently for sale in the south east” goes under the hammer with a guide price of €300,000.
A restored four-bedroom farmhouse, Ruanmore House, Tinteskin, Kilmuckridge, is expected to generate quite a bit of interest at auction.
Comprising of an entrance hall, sitting room, living room, kitchen, dining room, four bedrooms (two en-suite) and a bathroom, the property also includes “two partially renovated outbuildings, which offer a wide range of potential uses”.
“Farmhouses and stone-built residences are very much in vogue at present and strong interest is expected,” says estate agent Jack Quinn. “The residence oozes ‘old world’ charm and has many attractive traditional features. While it has been tastefully and lovingly restored by its former owner over many years, there is plenty of scope for future owners to put their own stamp on this unique holding.
Describing the outbuildings, Mr Quinn suggests that the first could make an ideal home office or studio, while the second was in the process of being converted into an apartment.
The property also includes a large lawn surrounded by mature trees and its location just 2km from Kilmuckridge is likely to be one of its strongest selling points.
Ruanmore House will be sold by online auction on April 5 at 3 p.m. For more details, contact QUINN PROPERTY.
This article was written by Pádraig Byrne and appeared in the Wexford People. It can be accessed by clicking here.
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