3 Bedroom House & Self-Contained Apartment in Stunning Location, Dungeel, Killorglin, Kerry, Ireland

3 Bedroom House & Self-Contained Apartment in Stunning Location, Dungeel, Killorglin, Kerry, Ireland

3 Bedroom House & Self-Contained Apartment in Stunning Location, Dungeel, Killorglin, Kerry, Ireland

Euroresales Property ID – 9826114




Co. Kerry 


V93 PY66


With its breath-taking natural scenery and welcoming culture, it is little wonder that Ireland’s west coast continues to be one of the most desirable places across the world to be.  On offer here is the chance for someone to make a smart investment into this wonderful place with this beautiful 3 bedroom house situated in the heart of the famous ring of Kerry.

Located in Dungeel, just 2km outside of the beautiful town of Killorglin, this excellent property features 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a separate self-contained apartment and is set on 0.5 acres of beautiful, lush green land. 

This property not only offers buyers a spacious and comfortable place to live but also the chance to invest in the fast-growing Irish holiday rental market.  Dungeel is the perfect base from which to discover the country and therefore has the potential to attract tourists from all over the world, seeking to sample some of Ireland’s unique culture.  The area is surrounded by limitless areas of outstanding natural beauty such as Killarney National Park and is just a short drive from many of Ireland’s world famous Wild Atlantic Way coastal areas.

Sports and leisure fans will feel right at home here as the area is packed with amazing walking, cycling and fishing areas as well as GAA clubs and soccer pitches.  Golf fans will certainly feel at home here also as the area is surrounded by many of the country’s famous golf courses such as Killarney Golf Club, Beaufort and Killorglin Golf Club.

This part of Ireland is also known as a hotbed for horseracing with the wonderful courses of Killarney (just 12 miles away) and Tralee (just 17 miles away) nearby.  

The area is also very well connected transport wise both locally and internationally with Cork International Airport just 50 minutes away.  Nearby Farranfore Airport (just 20 mins away) now also offers flights to international locations such as London, Berlin and Amsterdam.  This of course provides yet another plus point in the context of the holiday rental/commuter markets.  

One other plus point in the potential rental market, is the fact that the property is just 500m from a huge new research and development centre, Fexco, which opened up in the area and February 2020 and will hopefully provide plenty of jobs in the area for many years to come.  


Killorglin is situated in the heart of Kerry on the River Laune. This lively town on a hill is best known for one of Ireland's oldest, longest and unusual festivals, Puck Fair.

This annual event celebrated on the 10th, 11th and 12th of August has its origins in the mists of time, and is Ireland’s oldest street festival.  The town really celebrates this historical event in style with a number of events held in the town over the three days, including the Guinness Busking Competition, open air concerts and dancing displays all laid on for the influx of 100,000 visitors. Killorglin natives based all over the world make a big effort to be home for “Puck”, and around Kerry the town of Killorglin is referred to as “Puck”.  

The River Laune (leamhain, elm tree), its salmon-rich waters and fertile valley are the origin of the settlement that now is the lively town of Killorglin. The river is the focal point, with river walks and an active rowing club.  The Laune Salmon and Trout Anglers Association is a welcoming group and helps visiting anglers. The members provide excellent information from local guides to permits and licences.

Killorglin is an ideal destination for visiting and touring. It is the gateway to the famed Ring of Kerry on the Iveragh Peninsula. It provides easy access to the popular Kerry Way walking trail, there is great fishing and you can smoke your catch in the fish smoke house by the river. It boasts a backdrop of Ireland’s highest mountain range, the MacGillycuddy’s Reeks and it is close to the wonderful beaches of Cromane, Dooks and Rossbeigh which are washed by the Atlantic waters of Dingle Bay. There are adventure and field-study activities at  the Cappanalea Outdoor Education and Training Centre in nearby Glencar, where there are superb cycling routes through the valleys of Glencar and Caragh Lake. 

Killorglin bustles with energy and is the gateway to the south west of the Kingdom. There are many fine places to stay, great pubs, renowned restaurants and cosy cafes. It is home to the award winning Killorglin Cheese from Wilma’s Cheese Farm and local honey is made up at Sunhill by the Curran family. Savour all the local produce at Killorglin’s Country Market every Friday morning where artisan home producers have their produce for sale.

Other activity ideas to consider are teeing off at Killorglin Golf Club, a parkland course with glorious views over the River Laune, Castlemaine Harbour and the Slieve Mish Mountain range and you can play squash, badminton and basketball at the Sports Complex. Killorglin has a strong GAA tradition and is home to the successful Laune Rangers football team. Visitors can catch a game at the local football grounds.

Visitor attractions include Ballykissane Pier and its colourful annual regatta, and the nearby Kerry Woollen Mills. The Mills is one of the last surviving traditional woollen mills and was established over 300 years ago to alleviate local poverty. There are prehistoric ringforts in the area, many with souterrains (underground chambers), leading to the once held belief that some were connected by an under river passage. A wonderful experience for art lovers is the amazing Seven Ages Art Exhibition which showcases the works from the life of renowned artist, Pauline Bewick. This remarkable collection is displayed over three floors at the Kerry County Council Building at Library Place and the admission is free. Other cultural activities include drama productions by the local group “The little Chapel on the Hill”, the annual Killorglin Pantomime and regular traditional music sessions throughout the year. Children will love the new playground behind the library building.


  • Located in a friendly, peaceful community
  • Beautiful 0.5 acre site
  • Private garden
  • House is surrounded by mature trees for privacy but can be pruned back to expose the stunning reeks mountains
  • Option to sell unfurnished or furnished (this may involve paying extra)
  • The beautiful River Laune runs parallel to the house (https://fishinginireland.info/news/salmon-reports/river-laune)
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom 
  • Separate self-contained apartment which can be used as a work office/gym/granny flat/vintage car storage etc..
  • Huge potential in Ireland’s ever growing holiday rental market
  • Perfect location to explore Ireland’s world-famous heritage from
  • Surrounded by many stunning areas of outstanding natural beauty such as the famous Wild Atlantic Way
  • Killorglin hosts the annual Puck Fair (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puck_Fair)
  • Short drive from the beautiful Killarney National Park (https://www.killarneynationalpark.ie)
  • Surrounded by limitless walking, cycling and fishing areas
  • Near to both Killarney and Tralee race tracks
  • Located just 500m from new Research and Development centre (https://fexco.com)
  • Many outstanding golf courses nearby such as Killarney Golf Club (https://www.killarneygolfclub.ie) and Killorglin Golf Club (http://killorglingolf.ie)
  • Excellent transport links with Cork International Airport 50 mins away and Farranfore Airport just 20 mins away

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  • Product Code: 9826114
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