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108 Northlands Bettystown, Meath, A92 H009

  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathroom 1
  • Size 70.1 m²
  • Ber Rating

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  • Bettystown
  • Meath
  • D1
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Description


Description
Online Auction – Thursday 23rd July 2020 – www.youbid.ie

Own door first floor two bedroom apartment accessed by private wide stairwell. Large living room with timber surround fireplace as its focal point; gas connection available. Separate eat-in kitchen with a range of fitted units and tiled floor. Two good size double bedrooms, one to the front and back with a family bathroom immediately adjacent (bath, wc & whb – tiles floor & part tiled walls); hot press shelved for storage. Floor coverings are a combination of timber laminate and tiles. Heating is by means of a gas fired central heating system.

Location:
Located off the Eastham Road within walking distance of Bettystown traditional village centre; the new Town Centre scheme anchored by Tesco and also the well renowned Bettystown Beach. No 108 occupies a quiet setting to the rear of the estate.

AUCTION DETAILS
Online Auction: www.youbid.ie – Thursday 23rd July 2020
Solicitor: Tim Riordan, Gore & Grimes, Cavendish House, Smithfield, Dublin D07 H5CH T: 01 872 9299

BER Details
BER: D1 BER No.108424177 Energy Performance Indicator:229.5 kWh/m²/yr

Accommodation
• Livingroom: 3.48m x 5.22m
• Kitchen: 2.18m x 3.82m
• Bedroom 1 (front): 2.68m x 4.1m
• Bedroom 2: 3.31m x 3.83m
• Bathroom: 1.86m x 2.72m

Directions
From the centre of Bettystown, travel past the New Town Centre / Tesco on left hand side as far as the roundabout – take a right on to the Eastham Road and travel for approx. 300 metres to the entrance of Northlands on the right-hand side. No 108 Northlands is situated to the north eastern rear of the estate.

BER details

BER Rating:

BER No.: 108424177

Energy Performance Indicator: 229.5 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: 003766

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