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72 Wylies Hill Ballybay, County Monaghan , A75 FP44

  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 3
  • Size 90 m²
  • Ber Rating
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Description

THREE BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED HOUSE

A beautifully presented home with enclosed rear garden having side entrance, ample car parking space, situated in this popular estate off the Castleblayney road, a short walk to town and all amenities.  This is an exceptional property decorated to a high standard and presented in pristine condition.

 

FEATURES

Tiled roof:

PVC windows:

Oil fired central heating:

Enclosed rear garden with side entrance:

Wooden Garden shed:

Off street parking for a number of cars:

Floored attic storage:

 

ACCOMMODATION

Hall:     slate tiles, under stairs closet

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Sitting room:  4.3 x 3.2    feature fireplace, laminated wooden floor

Kitchen/Dining room: 5.2 x 3.4 slate flooring, fitted units, integrated appliances, Beko electric hob

Utility:            1.9 x 2.0     fully plumbed, fitted units

WC: WHB WC

Bedroom 1:    3.8 x 3.0    laminated flooring, en suite, slide wardrobes

Bedroom 2:    3.4 x 3.0    laminated flooring, fitted wardrobe, 

Bedroom 3:    3.0 x 2.0    laminated flooring, fitted wardrobe

Bathroom:      2.0 x 2.0    fully tiled, WC, WHB, Bath, electric shower unit

 

DIRECTIONS

From Ballybay town take the Castleblayney road for 800m, turn left into Wylie's Estate, property to back of estate on right hand side.

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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