Joint selling agents are seeking €344,950 for a “well-presented, spacious” C1 BER-rated 6-bed bungalow in Mullingar, Co Westmeath.
Sherry FitzGerald Davitt & Davitt and James L Murtagh Auctioneers are overseeing the property’s sale.
The “bright and spacious ideal family home” sits on a 1.21ac site with “mature, spacious” landscaped gardens and a detached garden.
In summary, accommodation includes an entrance hall, a living room, a kitchen/dining room, a utility room, a guest WC, a hallway, five bedrooms and an office. According to the selling agents, there is “room to expand”.
Accommodation comprises an L-shaped entrance hall. Tiled floors give access to the living room with a laminate timber floor and an open cast iron fireplace.
The kitchen/dining has ample storage, a breakfast bar and double doors to the rear.
Off the kitchen is a utility room with tiled floors and fitted units.
The hallway also gives access to the three ground floor bedrooms all have laminate timber flooring and ample storage, and one en-suite. The ground floor bathroom is a fully tiled three-piece suite.
The first floor consists of a landing giving access to the three remaining bedrooms.
According to the joint selling agents, all have laminate flooring, ample storage and one en-suite. The first-floor bathroom is a fully tiled three-piece suite with a jacuzzi bath.
Curtains, light fittings, fixtures and fittings, a fridge, blinds, an oven/hob, a microwave and PVC double-glazed windows are included in this property’s sale.
Furthermore, the property has a mains water connection, oil-fired central heating, a three-zone heating system, a mains water connection and a three-tank system septic tank.
In terms of location, the property boasts “easy” access to all “major” road networks. It is 3km from Rochfortbridge and 15km from Mullingar.
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5-bed residence on over 4ac with calving sheds for €395k
New to the market and for sale in Co Galway is a 5-bed residence with outbuildings.
Farrell Auctioneers is seeking €395,000 for the property in Cappataggle.
The property benefits from “good quality” agricultural lands. Outbuildings include a slatted unit with a 5-bay back-to-back, a large creep shed and six calving sheds, a 3-bay hayshed with a 2-bay double lean-to, an old stone barn, a small storage shed and horse stables.