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Ardkeenagh, Tulsk, Castlerea, County Roscommon , F45 PW20

Price €250,000
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathroom 1
  • Ber Rating

At a glance...

  • Modern Two Storey Family Home offering potential
  • 1.35 Acres, elevated lands offering excellent views
  • Large Agricultural outbuilding to Rear
  • Private well
  • Convenient location on the outskirts of Tulsk Village
  • Accommodation comprises of a large entrance hallway with feature staircase, reception room x 2, Kitchen/Dining Room, Utility, W.C and office at ground floor with 4 bedrooms (2 ensuite) and a family bathroom at first floor.
  • All services on site to include mains water, electricity and septic tank system.
  • Schools, Shops, Public House, village amenities on your doorstep.
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Substantial 4 bedroom Two Storey Family Home (204 Sq.m) on 1.35 Acres conveniently set on the outskirts of Tulsk Village offering picturesque elevated views with the benefit of a large Agricultural outbuilding situated to the rear. Built c. 2005, the said property offers excellent potential as a quality family home and will substantially benefit from redecoration. Its convenient location beside all amenities in Tulsk Village including shops, schools etc provides an excellent opportunity to purchase a quality family home on 1.35 acres with substantial agricultural outbuilding . Immediate enquiries and viewings advised.


1.35 Acre Site Large Agricultural Outbuilding Elevated views


Located off the N5 in Tulsk Village. Eircode: F45 PW20

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PSRA Licence No: 002782

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