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11 Dun Eimear Bettystown, County Meath , A92 A6DK

  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 3
  • Size 108 m²
  • Ber Rating
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Description

Stunning 3 bedroom home (approx 108 sqm) with many extra high spec features throughout and a private south-facing garden.

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No 11 Dun Eimear is a truly stunning home with much to love!  From the moment you step into this three bedroom home, you are immediately struck by its contemporary fitout and attention to detail. A large well-proportioned sitting room has been fitted with a real flame electric stove as a welcome focal point.  Painted in Tilbury Teal and with a quality floor finish, this is a stylish yet cosy room. Off the hallway, there is an attractive guest toilet complete with Spanish tile flooring, wall panelling, industrial style free-standing radiator and high spec sanitary ware. The rear kitchen & dining area is fitted with a range of wall & floor units and integrated fridge freezer, dishwasher, electric oven, hob & overhead extractor. Off the kitchen, there is a useful utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer, counter space and shelving. Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms, each with built-in wardrobes (BIW). The master bedroom has a fully tiled ensuite shower room (pump shower, wc & whb). The family bathroom (wc, whb & bath with pump shower) is fully tiled. The hot press is shelved for storage and there is access to the attic at landing level.

Outside, there is a private south-facing garden with a paved patio area well positioned to catch daytime and evening sun, Boundary treatment is primarily block wall and there is a timber garden shed. There is extra wide side access & driveway parking for 2 – 3 cars.

LOCATION
Dun Eimear is a new residential neighbourhood located off the Eastham Road within easy reach of Bettystown town centre and the well renowned Bettystown Beach. There is a wide variety of sporting and leisure facilities within the immediate area including Bettystown Golf & Tennis Club, St Colmcille GFC and Donacarney Celtic FC. Access to the Golf Links Road is set to improve further in the short term with a new road being constructed linking the Castlemartin Road to the Golf Links Road. There is a wide variety of schools within the catchment area and a range of shopping facilities at Bettystown and Drogheda. Access to Dublin is via the non-tolled Drogheda South interchange on the M1 Motorway (Junction 7). In addition, there is a mainline rail service at Laytown and several private and public daily bus services into Dublin city.

FEATURES
Stunning home with a host of high spec finishes and fittings including: chrome light switches & sockets; recessed spot lights; extra deep skirtings; radiator cabinet and stylish light fittings.

Quiet private end cul de sac setting

South-facing garden, not over-looked, with lovely patio area well positioned to catch daytime and evening sun!

ACCOMMODATION
GROUND FLOOR

Entrance hall

Sitting room: 5.04m x 4.0m; electric stove with real flame effect (remote controlled)

Kitchen & dining: 5.315m x 3.53m (avg); range of fitted units and appliances; patio doors to private south-facing garden

Utility room: 2.0m x 1.65m

Guest toilet: wc & whb

FIRST FLOOR

Master bedroom: 5.3m x 3.39m; built-in wardrobes (BIW) & ensuite shower room: shower, wc & whb; fully tiled.

Bathroom: 2.07m x 1.67m: bath, wc & whb; fully tiled

Bedroom 2: 4.31m x 2.36m; BIW

Bedroom 3: 5.13m x 2.83m BIW

Hot press: shelved for storage

Access to attic

SERVICES
Mains water & sewerage

Gas fired central heating

Burglar alarm system

Newly installed water softener

High quality fittings including dimmer lights & pump showers in bathroom and ensuite.

DIRECTIONS
EIRCODE: A92 A6DK
Turn off the Eastham Road at The Village Hotel and drive along Castlemartin Road as far as the entrance to Dun Eimear. Travel straight ahead to the roundabout and take a right and then the 1st right again – drive along this road to the end keeping the green open area on your left - take a right at the end and No 11 is the last house further along on the left hand side.

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PSRA Licence No: 003766

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