Georgie O’Callaghan’s Camp Road House on the Market

The late Georgie O’Callaghan’s house on Camp Road, Castleisland is for sale. Photograph: Mannix Property Services.
Brendan Mannix, Mannix Property Services, No. 71 Main Street, Castleisland.
©Photograph: John Reidy

The just launched, Main Street, Castleisland based auctioneers, valuers and estate agents, Mannix Property Services has announced that the sale of the late Georgie O’Callaghan’s house on Camp Road has been put in its hands.

Delighted to be Favoured

“We are delighted to be favoured with the sale of the late great Mr. George Callaghan’s property at Camp, Castleisland,” according to a statement issued to announce the sale.

“This is a delightful bungalow consisting of two-bedrooms, kitchen/dining room and a separate living room.

Immaculate Order

“Kept in immaculate order by Georgie, the property has oil fired central heating, double glazed Upvc windows and door, electric fire inserts in both the kitchen and living room.

“Externally, there are lovely gardens laid to lawn and there is vehicular access to the rear over a shared driveway.

Offers of €90,000 Invited

Asking Price: Offers in the region of €90,000 – ninety thousand euros – are invited on this property,” according to the auctioneers.

Directions: From Castleisland, take the N21 to Tralee, after the roundabout take the first left exit signposted Camp and the property will be on the right hand side after c.800 metres.

Sole Agent: Contact Brendan at Mannix Property Services at No. 71 Main Street, Castleisland to view this property or call: 066 716 3853 or 086 050 8804.

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