The cottage has been retained much of its authenticity following a stylish renovation and it's been attracting a lot of interest on the property market.

This 18th-century cottage in County Offaly has been attracting a lot of interest on the property market after it featured in the Irish Times recently.

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The 300-year-old home at Clonsast, Bracknagh, has historically been a rambling house and a meeting point for locals to play cards and play traditional music.

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Today, it stands redeveloped as a stylish modern cottage at a very modest price. Having failed to sell for $289,000 (€255,000) when last listed, it enters the market at just $255,00 (€225,000).  

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Dubbed the ‘Spinning Wheel,’ the house comes complete with two reception rooms and three bedrooms, two of which feature an en-suite bathroom.

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The property also boasts a large garage where a wooden pellet boiler is housed.

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Although a modern take, the cottage still retains most of the traditional features that set that particular style of home, apart from conventional houses. A thatched roof and traditional half doors give the cottage the authentic country feel.

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The beautiful home is situated just five minutes from Portarlington, and only 10 minutes from Rathangan.

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You can view the full listing here. 

H/T: The Offaly Express 

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This cottage is just so beautiful. Daft.ie