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120 Riverside, Coolshannagh, Monaghan, County Monaghan

  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathroom 1

At a glance...

  • Convenient to New Bypass
  • Beautifully Maintained
  • Picturesque Country Views
  • Double Glazed Windows throughout
  • Located on a quiet cul de sac
  • Great Location in highly regarded area.
  • Convenient to town with footpath & street lighting
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Description


Description
Excellent 2 bedroom ground floor apartment having its own private entrance located in a quiet part of this popular development with open views onto the surrounding countryside

Features
Convenient to New Bypass
Beautifully Maintained
Picturesque Country Views
Double Glazed Windows throughout
Located on a quiet cul de sac
Great Location in highly regarded area.
Convenient to town with footpath & street lighting

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Accommodation
Entrance Hall 1.7m x 1.71m (5'6' x 5'7'0) wooden flooring.
Livingarea: 4.17m x 3.17m (13'8' x 10'4'0 carpet
Kitchen: 4.17m x 2.56m (13'8' x 8'4') fitted kitchen units with electric oven & hob.
Bedroom 1: 3.41m x 4.02m (11'2 x 13'2') wooden flooring
Bedroom 2: 4.0m x 2.6m (13' 1' x 8'6') wooden flooring.
Bathroom - bath with electric shower, w.c., & w.h.b, ceramic tile flooring.

Directions
From Monaghan town take the north road past the bus station and Lidl continue onto the Armagh road for 100m, turn left for Coolshannagh, Riverside development is a short distance on left.

Viewing Details
By appointment only
Explore Monaghan The "stoney grey soil" of County Monaghan is probably best known for being the birthplace and childhood home of poet Patrick Kavanagh, who grew up in the town of Iniskeen. It is also known for its lace-making, made famous when it was used in the late Princess Diana's wedding dress.. Monaghan's ... Explore Monaghan
PSRA Licence No: 002794

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