Get a free go-karting track with this stunning traditional Donegal cottage!

first_imgIt’s the ultimate boyhood dream – owning your own racetrack. Now that dream can become a reality and all for the price of an average three-bedroom semi-detached house in Dublin. This stunning renovated country cottage in Castlefin in Co Donegal comes with its very own go-karting track set over a whopping eight acres of land.And for just €325,000, you can live in this traditional-style cottage and develop the go-karting business.Or you can simply live in the cottage and invite your family and friends around in the evening time to practise your driving skills to become the next Lewis Hamilton.The track, which to 1,000 metres in length, has been designed so users can reach speeds of up to 55 mph.And the cottage is straight off the winner’s podium also. The picture-postcard cottage located at Sessiagh requires no renovation and is ready to move into.Internally, this two-bedroomed cottage home has a very distinctive finish, benefits from having an oil fired central heating system, and a solid fuel stove.Over the years the cottage has been a very well maintained family home.It has been decorated using traditional red brick and the bedrooms finished to a very high standard.It boasts wooden floors and cast iron radiators and a traditional stove. There’s no need to worry about places to park when your friends call around for an evening on the go-karts.There is ample car parking space as well as outhouses which can be developed by the new owner.The full accommodation comprises of:• Entrance Hall: 2.53m x 2.75m• Tiled flooring and double radiator.• Living/Family Room: 5.11m x 9.01m• Tiled flooring, solid fuel stove and cast iron radiator.• Kitchen:• Tiled flooring, Antique Brick Kitchen, solid wooden worktop, Stanley range, Belfast sink.• Gallery: 6.05m x 2.54m• Velux window.• Dining Room: 2.64m x 5.13m• Tiled flooring and cast iron radiators.• Main Bathroom: 2.75m x 1.89m• Tiled walls and flooring, WC, wash hand basin, electric shower and double radiator.• Bedroom 1: 4.64m x 2.62m• Double bedroom with wooden flooring and double radiator.• Bedroom 2: 2.71m x 4.67m• Double bedroom with wooden flooring and double radiator. If you think this cottage and its unique go-karting track is for you then contact Ronan McAnenny on 04871886910.Get a free go-karting track with this stunning traditional Donegal cottage! was last modified: July 11th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:castlefincottagedonegalgo kartinghouseSALElast_img read more

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Governor Introduces the new National Security Council NSC

first_img More motor mishaps; PDM Leader calls for Govt attention to illegal jitneys, again Related Items:governor peter beckingham, james smith, larry covington, national security council DR wants consulate office in TCI Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 14 Oct 2015 – Governor His Excellency Peter Beckingham, Commissioner of Police James Smith and Security Advisor to Overseas Territories, Larry Covington briefed the media on the first meeting of the National Security Council at a press conference today. Gov. Beckingham informed that the NSC, which he co-chairs with the Premier, will meet once a month. His Excellency also shared that falling under the NSC will be the, the National Security Advisory Board, a 20 member group to include a cross section of Community leaders. Commissioner James Smith explained that his role will be key; providing members with strategic assessments of the criminality issues in the TCI and setting the guidelines for the NSC. Commissioner Smith admitted that his officers need more training, that the force needs enhanced technical capabilities and recommended a more efficient road traffic department to register vehicles and drivers. As for visiting specialist, Larry Covington, he spoke about his experience, security within the region, sharing of resources, training for officers and increasing the productivity of the force. Covington is Law Enforcement Advisor with the FCO based in Miami, Florida. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Increased Police presence promised, TCI Police Commissioner statement on recent shootingslast_img read more

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