Lakeside living:Three properties that might float your boat
Carved into the limestone hillside, Urrahill in Ballycommon, Nenagh, Co Tipperary, was built in 2007 and overlooks Lough Derg and Luska Bay. On two acres, the ultra-modern house is spread over three levels and has multi-zone floor heating, limestone balconies and a sweeping gravel driveway.
The bedrooms are located on two lower levels, while the living rooms and kitchen are at the upper level, making the most of the light and the spectacular views. There are four bedrooms on the middle floor. The main bedroom is en suite and has sliding doors to a private terrace and views of the lake.
Agent: Colliers International
Price: €1.5 million
On the shores of Lough Melvin, Eden Point in Rossinver, Co Leitrim, set on 3.16 acres, is a two-bed detached house in need of modernisation. The property has hundreds of metres of foreshore, a boat house and boat quay.
Included in the sale is one of 32 shares in Rossinver Fishery Syndicate with a value of €5,000. Shareholders and their families and visitors are entitled to use Rossinver Fishery free.
Agent: Fermanagh Lakeland Properties
A five-bed house in Ballybrack, Waterville, Co Kerry, on Lough Currane, a salmon and trout fishing lake, has its own marina.
On 1.2 acres, it is a rural and private property but is just 1.5km away from Waterville. The house is divided into two parts, the three-bedroom main living area and a separate two-bedroom guest wing with its own kitchen and lounge overlooking the lake.
The main house has a lounge, dining room, kitchen, utility and two bathrooms.
Agent: Kerry Property Services