Quinn Property’s newest listing takes the form of a “delightful” two-bed bungalow on a circa 0.5-acre site in Co Wexford.
The selling agent is seeking €250,000 for the D1 BER-rated residence in Tomahurra, Marshalstown, Enniscorthy.
According to the property firm, the two-bedroom bungalow – which is of block construction – was built in 1985.
The bungalow is approached via a pebbled driveway with a lawn area to the front and the rear.
The property is in what Harold Young, the selling agent, described as “immaculate condition”.
Accommodation includes an entrance hall, inner hall, two bedrooms, a bathroom, a back hall/utility rooms and a kitchen/dining room. Outbuildings include a fuel shed and a garage.
The property is 3km south of Ballycarney along the N80 main road which connects Enniscorthy to Portlaoise via Carlow.
Ferns is 5km to the northeast while Enniscorthy is 5km to the south.
Young said it is convenient to an array of amenities and sporting facilities in all towns.
Enniscorthy is along the N11 and the River Slaney, with a large range of shops, services, amenities, primary and secondary schools servicing a large urban and rural population.
Furthermore, it has an “excellent” range of commuting options.
Irish Rail provides easy commuting to Dublin Connolly/Rosslare Harbour, Wexford Bus & Bus Eireann, the M11 to Dublin/N30 to New Ross/N80 Linking to Carlow/Laois & Offaly.
5-bed home for sale in Galway
Farrell Auctioneers’ listing in Englishtown, Kiltormer, Galway, is a “must view” for those in the market for a spacious family home from which you could operate your own business.
That is according to Colm Farrell, who believes the above property might also be of interest to equine enthusiasts, as it offers “huge” potential for either.
He has described this as a “marvellous” C2 BER-rated five-bedroom residence, extending to 2406 sq. ft. He said the present owners have designed and developed the property to a “high” standard.
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