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Ballinacross Granard, Longford, N39 E1W7

Price €100,000
  • Bedrooms 3

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  • Granard
  • Longford
  • 3 Bed
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Description


Description
FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY
(Or Auction at a later date)

BALLINACROSS
GRANARD
CO LONGFORD


RESIDENCE ON C. HALF ACRE / 0.20 HECTARES.
BEING COMPRISED IN PART FOLIO LD9410.

EIRCODE: N39 E1W7.

The property occupies a pleasant elevated position incorporating a spacious detached bungalow style residence surmounted by a pitched slate roof. Although the windows were replaced by double glazed UPVC windows some years ago the new owners will probably wish to modernise the house and re decorate. The accommodation briefly comprises as follows: Entrance Hall having tiled floor.

Sittingroom (front elevation) 4.00m x 3.90m having fireplace with tiled heart and bay window.

Bedroom 1 (front elevation) 4.0m x 3.5m with open fireplace and bay window.

Bedroom 2 (L shaped) 4.0m (max) x 3.80m

Bedroom 3 3.00m x 2.55m

Bathroom 2.70m x 1.75m having bath with electric shower above. WC & Pedestal WHB.

Kitchen 4.50m x 3.35m with cooker.

Scullery 2.60m x 2.40m having sink unit with cupboards & presses.

Outside easily kept walled in front garden, ample car parking space to the front & side of the property. Garage.

Services: Mains water. ESB. Drainage to septic tank.


Note: Additional land could also be made available – subject to negotiation.

The property is very well located fronting the R194 Granard / Ballyjamesduff Road on the fringe of the town, about 3 km from Abbeylara, 20kms Northeast of Longford and 14kms Northwest of Castlepollard. Granard offers an excellent choice of shopping, educational & recreational facilities including fishing and boating at the nearby lakes of Loughs Sheelin, Derravarragh & Lene. Other other local amenities and popular tourist attractions include Mullaghmeen Forest Park while Granard Motte is reputed to be one of the oldest and largest of its kind and affords magnificent unspoilt views over the undulating countryside towards the Slieve Bloom mountains. Country pursuits in and around the area include hunting, fishing, shooting and horse racing

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N39 E1W7

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