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PICTURES: 3-bedroom house with 3.5-acres

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A prime 3-bedroom residence has come on the market in Co. Roscommon.

The dwelling is being sold with 3,000 square feet of outbuilding and 3.5 acres of excellent quality land in Clooneen, Athleague.

The land is located adjacent to Athleague village, close to the national school and within walking distance of all amenities.

Buildings

The residential accommodation includes an entrance porch, sitting room, kitchen/dining room, living room, three bedrooms and main bathroom.

Outbuildings include a two-bay hay shed with lean-to structures to both sides, garage, former milking parlour, outside WC and a storage shed.

There is also an option to purchase c. 31.4 acres adjacent to the property.

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Other features:

  • Block wall to front;
  • Three entrances to the front boundary;
  • Dual heating, both OFCH and solid fuel range;
  • Extensive range of outbuildings;
  • Septic tank;
  • Range of mature trees and shrubbery on site.

Further information

For more information, call Connaughton Auctioneers on (090)6663700 or email – info@connaughtonauctioneers.ie

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