Price of ‘Ireland’s cheapest house’ doubled at auction

A detached three bedroom house outside Killygordon sold for double its guide price at auction on Thursday last.
Mounthall Cottage, with a guide price of €15,000, had been labelled the cheapest house in Ireland when it was first listed in the latest BidX1 online auction.
However, when bidding closed and the hammer finally fell it sold for €30,000. Seven different people put in bids on the property during the course of the day.
The cottage, which requires refurbishment, has a gross floor area of approximately 133sq. m (1,431sq. ft).
Located near Killygordon village, local amenities include Dromore National School, Gleneely National School and St Patrick’s Catholic Church. The sale brochure adds that further amenities can be found in Stranorlar situated approximately 7.7km away.
The single storey property has a south-west facing garden.
The home is laid out in a Hallway, Kitchen, Living room, Bedroom 1- Double (en suite), Bedroom 2- Double, Bedroom 3- Single and Bathroom.

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