- ID: 3981
- Published: May 9, 2019
- Last Update: October 27, 2021
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“The Old Railway Cottage”, a historical property converted into a quaint old world 3 bedroom cottage walking distance from Annascaul village with the nearest pub being “The South Pole” which also has historic significance with it’s connection to the famous explorer Tom Crean. It also serves food. The property is where the Dingle to Tralee train would stop to take on water until the route was finally closed in 1953 when it was only livestock being transported.
Originally built in or around 1860, the ground floor has a kitchenette, a living room with a solid fuel stove, a toilet, a single bedroom, a double bedroom with a full bathroom, and a sun room cum dining room. The first floor has a study/office and a double bedroom. Standing on circa 0.25 acres/c. 0.10 hectares, the property is connected to the public sewerage system and has public water. There is a garage to the western side of the property, and a mature garden to the rear.
The area has many quiet walks and cycle routes. Inch beach is a mere 7 km drive to the east, and Dingle 15 minutes to the west.
A most peaceful retreat, this property is well worth viewing.