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It was sold by Ron Kruger of Engel & Volkers, and had been a year or so on the market, and it made €2.55m, to a Cork buyer based in the Caribbean.This ‘Top Sale,’ just over the €2.5m mark, earned this reporter a single, solitary €1 in an Irish Examiner bet with a colleague, who believed it would never get anything like its €2.75m asking price: yes, we’re big spenders too.While Ardnacarrig’s buyer’s identity isn’t publicly confirmed, sources indicate the buyer is a particularly low-key Munster multi-millionaire.And, it transpires he not only has a feeling for riverside properties, he also loves the sea.And, in between the wilds of West Cork and Kinsale, Engle & Volkers also sold the charming period home Milton House, and 40 acres, for €1.525m, for a local veterinary and cattle breeding family.But, that wasn’t Bandon’s biggest deal: agent Catherine Mc Auliffe of Savills got a deal done at €1.6 million for the 200-year old River Bandon beauty, Ardnacarrig House.
This private island extends to 33 acres, with decent pier/jetty, has the ruins of a 10th century chapel on it, and a trio of sensitively upgraded cottages, in a courtyard cluster.
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Even though 2018’s property market in Munster was slow getting going, and ended the year even more sluggishly, with the mid- to upper end of the market going into a definite lull due to a dip in economic confidence, there were, it seems as many ‘Big Bucks’ buyers for the premium product as in the past year or two, post-recovery.
The former family home of the late renowned businessman Bernie Cahill, Cuan Bán on the Colla Road in Schull sold during 2018, in jig-time, via local Schull agent James Lyons O’Keeffe.
Mr O’Keeffe had been guiding €1.5m for Cuan Bán, a 3,800 sq ft detached on 2.8 acre with pier/boat derrick, and two bidders went hammer and tongs for it.