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10 Caislainn, Heynestown, Dundalk, County Louth , A91 VWK6

  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 3
  • Size 120.8 m²
  • Ber Rating
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Description

10 Caislainn, Heynestown is a beautiful, four bed, semi detached residence. Tucked away in a lovely quite cul de sac in an exclusive development of just 10 homes. Situated in a highly desirable location just a short drive to Dundalk, the popular coastal village Blackrock and the M1 motorway.  Some  of the amenities close by include, a primary school, a local GAA club and the Fairways Centre with Super Value supermarket, chemist, coffee shop, hotel and the Felda leisure centre. The family friendly accommodation provides – Entrance hall, living room with beautiful bay window, feature fireplace and wood flooring. Kitchen cum dining with ceramic tiled flooring and patio doors to garden,  a utility room and a guest WC complete the ground floor layout. Upstairs there are 4 bedrooms, the master bedroom with bay window, built in wardrobes and en suite.  Family bathroom. Double glazed windows, Oil fired central heating. Garden to front and a beautiful private enclosed garden to back with a patio area, perfect for outdoor entertaining.  This home will give any prospective buyer the best of both worlds, the hustle and bustle of Dundalk and the laid back, relaxed atmosphere of Blackrock.

BER details

BER Rating:

BER No.: 108419987

Energy Performance Indicator: 148.6 kWh/m²/yr

Explore Louth The "Wee County", County Louth, may be the smallest county in Ireland but the area is rich in folklore with myths and tales about the brave warrior Cu Chulainn, the Brown Bull of Cooley, Fionn MacCumhaill and the evil Queen Medbh. It is also protected under the European Habitats Directive as an ... Explore Louth
PSRA Licence No: 001307

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