7 Bedroom House For Sale in Kinsale Town Cork
8 Bedroom House For Sale in Kinsale Town Cork
Euroresales Property ID- 9825752
This is a three storey, 8 bed and 8 bathroom house located in the centre of Kinsale town used as a bed and breakfast for over 60 years.
On account of its prime location in the heart of Kinsale it’s in walking distance to the harbour and all the town amenities. It is perfect for the investor who wants to rent it out for Airbnb or a lifestyle business.
An investment property with an onsite manager in place
it’s suitable for short or long term bookings
rental investment property in the centre of Kinsale walking distance to everything
planning has now also been granted to extend the building and extra floor
Rooms in the centre of town rent between 150 to 200 per night on Airbnb and are always in high demand throughout the seasons.
This is a fantastic lifestyle project or an investment for someone who wants to sit back and relax. You will enjoy living adjacent to the ocean in the most picturesque part of the West of Ireland.
You can sail, fish, golf, horse ride and soak up all the historic sites; Charles Fort, Desmond Castle, and James Fort just to name a few.
Kinsale is located 20 minutes from cork international airport 30 minutes from cork city and 1 hour 20 minutes flight to London Heathrow
Kinsale is world renowned for its golfing, sailing, heritage walks, beaches, galleries and superb restaurants and bars. Kinsale is also known as the gourmet capital of Europe on the beautiful wild West coast of Ireland.
About the Area:
Kinsale is a small town in city of West Cork in Southwest Ireland.
Kinsale is situated in the estuary of the river Bandon, nestling among hills that hide it from the open sea. Because of its situation it is a historic port and is still very popular with pleasure sailors and anglers.
Two forts guard the approach to the sea and one of the most significant battles in Irish History was fought here.
The battle was in 1601 and was fought when an Irish army had travelled from the North of Ireland to relieve an English siege on the town that was held by the Spanish.
Against the odds the Irish lost the battle, and this defeat marked the end of the ancient Gaelic aristocracy in Ireland.
In addition to its visual charms, the town has become a home of good food, especially seafood, and holds an annual festival to celebrate.