Charming 1 Bedroom Cottage for Sale in Bohey, Drumlish - A Country Retreat Awaits

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Crabapple Cottage, Bohey, Drumlish, Ireland, Beihy (Ireland)

1 Bedrooms · 1 Bathrooms · 110Floor area


Country home


1 Bedrooms

1 Bathrooms



No pool

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This charming one bedroom cottage for sale in Crabapple Cottage, Bohey, Drumlish, Ireland is a picture perfect stone cottage tucked away in the countryside a short drive from Drumlish. Perfect for those looking for a peaceful escape, this property sits on 1.16 acres of land and boasts an orchard, giving it its name. The living room, kitchen, and dining area are bright and airy with laminate flooring, storage cupboards, two windows, and an open fireplace with both stone and brick detailing, and a solid fuel stove. Moving on to the double bedroom, you will find high ceilings, laminate flooring, a window looking out on the garden, an original fireplace, and a door leading to a study and bathroom. The study has timber ceiling, tiled flooring, and power points, while the bathroom has a WC, bathtub with shower, timber ceiling, and tiled flooring. It's an ideal spot for a weekend getaway or holiday retreat with the nearby towns of Drumlish, Longford, and the N4 motorway close by. Contact Celia in REA Brady to arrange a viewing of this beautiful countryside abode.

Living in the local area of Bohey and Drumlish promises to be a peaceful experience. The area is full of greenery, with plenty of country walks to enjoy. Local amenities such as shops, cafes, and pubs are all within easy reach. There is a variety of outdoor activities to take part in, such as fishing, bird watching, golfing, and more. The area is also home to some historical sites that are worth visiting, such as the ruins of a 12th century monastery and the ruins of an old castle.

This property is the perfect opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle and find your own tranquil haven. Whether you choose to use it as a holiday home, weekender, or primary residence, you'll have everything you need to live a peaceful country life. The scenery surrounding the cottage is breathtaking and, with the added bonus of an orchard, it's a great chance to start growing your own fruits and vegetables. And, with the nearby towns providing all necessary amenities, you won't have to worry about missing out on anything.


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