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Old 26-02-2014, 04:37 PM
WGHAsh WGHAsh is offline
 
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Default Calling Cobh-ites - info needed on derelict house??

Hi everyone.
There's an old, derelict house in the Carrigaloe area of Cobh - located on R624, the last house straight before the railway bridge. It's on a bend in the road with picnic tables outside and seems to have access to the water. Completely rundown, no windows or anything. I think it's known as Clonavell house. I was wondering if anyone has any info at all on it- how long has it been derelict, who were the last owners, approx when it was built, any stories attached to it, anything at all.
Thanks. Aisling.
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Old 09-10-2014, 10:58 PM
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Hi everyone.
There's an old, derelict house in the Carrigaloe area of Cobh - located on R624, the last house straight before the railway bridge. It's on a bend in the road with picnic tables outside and seems to have access to the water. Completely rundown, no windows or anything. I think it's known as Clonavell house. I was wondering if anyone has any info at all on it- how long has it been derelict, who were the last owners, approx when it was built, any stories attached to it, anything at all.
Thanks. Aisling.
I would just rock up and squat inside. You'll find out soon enough who owns it.

Make a sensible offer, and it's (probably) yours.

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Old 07-06-2015, 05:04 PM
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Any update on this gaff?

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Old 19-09-2015, 04:24 AM
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Just go and talk to the neighbours, failing that get onto the county hall planning dept and enquire about derelict houses.
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