Gurteenrevagh, Ballinalee, Longford, N39R8D8Sale Agreed E2

3 Bed Detached House 134 m² / 1442 ft² Sale Agreed

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Description

Period 3 bedroom house c. 134 m² (c. 1,448 Sq.ft.) on c. 2.25 acres of zoned land on the edge of the Ballinalee Village.

Situated just off the Main street of Ballinalee on the France road, this charming Residence is nestled amongst mature gardens. The house is a traditional two up two down house that has been extended. The house has a number of original features with some original sash windows with the remainder double glazed. There is also oil fired central heating, but the house would benefit from modernisation.

There is a large sitting room with open fireplace and windows to the south and western aspects. A separate living room has a solid fuel stove and leads into the kitchen at the rear of the house that has built in units. This is complimented by a side porch and WC that doubles as a small utility room. There is a ground floor wheel chair accessible shower room.

Upstairs there is one large bedroom and two smaller bedrooms.


SERVICES: Oil fired central heating, Septic tank. Mains water. There is fibre broadband available in the area.


LANDS & ZONING:
The entire property is on a total of c. 0.91 hectares (c. 2.24 acres and is contained in folios LD5819F & LD2443F.

The property is zoned for Strategic Residential Reserve under the Longford County Development Plan 2015 – 2021. To provide for the longer term housing requirements of Ballinalee town.

There are mature gardens front & rear and two small stone utility sheds. The remainder of the large site is laid out in a large paddock and bordered by mature hedges and trees.

The house drive enters to the rear of the house. And there is some attractive Iron gates and walls.



BALLINALEE:
Ballinalee takes its name from Beal Atha Na Laogh, meaning “the mouth of the ford of the calves,” and is situated on the River Camlin, in the parish of Clonbroney, approximately 12km from Longford town. The village is bisected by the R194, Longford/Granard road and the county road towards Aughnacliffe to the north and Moat Farrell to the south.

This village is a popular residential location and the house is walking distance from local shops and pubs.


Eircode: N39 R8D8

GPS: 53.772, -7.6571

BER Details

BER: E2 BER No.113421002 Energy Performance Indicator:354.67 kWh/m²/yr


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