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NEW TO THE MARKET - MAY 2021

A four bed roomed property with one en-suite located close to the village of Corclough West & less than 4km from Belmullet town. The accommodation comprises of the four bedrooms, (with one en-suite) all of which have laminated flooring. A spacious open plan Oak kitchen, dining & living area with a solid fuel stove in the living area (which heats the water / radiators). The utility room with a washing machine, dryer & a separate sink is placed off the kitchen and there is also access to the rear of the property from the utility. The family bathroom was re decorated in recent years and features a wet-room shower. The sitting room is placed to the front of the property and features an open fireplace & solid Oak flooring, the entrance hall and hallway also feature solid Oak flooring.

The ground floor has an area of 1,474 square feet & the first floor has the potential for the construction of extra rooms as there are four roof windows and two windows on each gable. The approximate area of the first floor is 1,350 square feet and the entrance hall on the ground floor was designed to accommodate a staircase. This property is offered for sale furnished with white goods included and was constructed in 2006, placed on 0.66 of an acre with matured lawns to the front, side & rear, there is also a steel shed to the rear of the property which is included.

The house is heated by O.F.C.H. and by the stove in the living area with double glazing throughout.

Please see below approximate room measurements in feet,

 

Open plan area - 15.5 x 26.5

Utility- 8.5 x 10

Sitting room - 12.4 x 12.7

Bedroom one - 10 x 11

Bedroom two - 10 x 11

Bedroom three- 10.8 x 12

Master bedroom - 10 x 11.5

En-suite - 5.5 x 7.2

Family bathroom - 6.8 x 10.8

 

Guide Price - €210,000

26 Merrion Woods, Booterstown, Co. Dublin. - Crawford's - Welcome to  Crawford Auctioneers Residential

 

PSRA No. 001261

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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