Two large period residences and lands in the general vicinity of Boyle have come on the market.
Ballindoon House on the shores of Lough Arrow (pictured) is described as a circa 1820’s lakeside sporting estate, with panoramic views of Lough Arrow and the surrounding countryside.
The period residence includes 5 reception rooms, 7 bedrooms, two further cottages, walled garden, cut stone outbuildings and boat house.
The sale includes c. 80 acres of land in pasture and mature woodland
The property is guiding an AMV of €825,000 through Wilson Auctions with further details here
Glencarne House and Farm in Ardcarne between Boyle and Carrick on Shannon is listed as a magnificent 1845 two-storey house with mature grounds. Glencarne has award-winning farmhouse accommodation. It includes a charming traditional outbuilding and a range of farm buildings. The land lies in a contiguous block and includes a site with lapsed planning permission to construct a dwelling house.
The property can be sold in four lots with one lot being the house – 3 reception rooms, 7 bedrooms, garden, traditional outbuilding, farm buildings, potential house site subject to planning permission and 98 acres of good silage and grazing land.
This lot is guiding €985,000. Three other lots are also available through Savills here
(Main photograph of Ballindoon House courtesy Wilson Auctioneers)