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Ballintoher Nenagh, County Tipperary , E45 CX94

Price €399,950
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Size 163.71 m²
  • Ber Rating

At a glance...

  • Countryside location and just a five minute drive from Nenagh town centre and Junction 26 for M7
  • Site extending to 1.58 acres (0.64 hectares)
  • Large detached shed
  • O.F.C.H., private well and septic tank
  • Broadband available in the area
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This charming three bedroom detached house is located in a tranquil and private setting with all the benefits of country living yet only a five minute drive from Nenagh town centre and all amenities. This property has been well maintained and cared for but would benefit from some modernisation and refurbishment.
The generous accommodation consists of a bright and airy entrance hall with solid wood stairs to the first floor. To your right is the living room which features a carpet floor, open fireplace with timber surround, decorative coving and large bay window allowing for maximum light in this room. This room connects you to the dining room which has carpeted flooring with large bay window. The fully fitted kitchen has wall and base units, double oven and lino flooring. The utility room has a tiled floor and is plumbed for a washing machine. This property has the benefit of a second living/sitting room with a carpeted floor, solid fuel stove and decorative coving. The ground floor also has a guest W.C. with an electric shower, W.C. and W.H.B.
Upstairs the property boasts three bedrooms, all of which are carpeted. The main bedroom has an en-suite bedroom and built- in wardrobes. There is a family bathroom on the first floor which is partially tiled and has bath, W.C. and W.H.B.
Externally the property sits on a large site of 1.58 acres (0.64 hectares) with the added advantage of a detached shed and low maintenance gardens.
This property has excellent potential for a family to modernise and put their own stamp and design on the house to complete the transformation.
Viewing highly recommended.
Note there is a right of way proposed to be established to access retained sheds and farm lands.

Entrance hallway - 5.44m (17'10") x 2.99m (9'10")
Solid wood flooring and stairs to the first floor

Living room - 5.16m (16'11") x 4.2m (13'9")
Carpet flooring, open fireplace with timber surround and decorative coving with large bay window

Dining room - 3.08m (10'1") x 2.96m (9'9")
Carpet flooring

Kitchen - 4.21m (13'10") x 2.73m (8'11")
Lino flooring, fully fitted kitchen and double oven

Siting room - 4.69m (15'5") x 3.61m (11'10")
Carpet flooring, solid fuel stove, decorative coving and large bay window

Guest W.C. - 2.27m (7'5") x 1.46m (4'9")
Tiled floor, electric shower, W.C. and W.H.B.

Utility room - 2.7m (8'10") x 2.01m (6'7")
Tiled floor and plumbed for washing machine

Back porch - 2.44m (8'0") x 2.14m (7'0")
Tiled flooring

Bedroom 1 - 2.99m (9'10") x 2.58m (8'6")
Carpet flooring

Bedroom 2 - 4.21m (13'10") x 3.77m (12'4")
Carpet flooring

Bedroom 3 - 4.25m (13'11") x 3.65m (12'0")
Carpeted flooring with built-in wardrobes

En-suite bathroom - 1.08m (3'7") x 1.03m (3'5")
Electric shower, W.C. and W.H.B.

Main bathroom - 2.99m (9'10") x 1.78m (5'10")
Partially tiled walls, bath, W.C. and W.H.B.

From the Bank of Ireland in Nenagh travel up Silver Street onto Ciamaltha Road. Continue past Costello`s filling station & turn right onto Ballintoher road (L2141) signposed for Capparoe. Drive for 1.3km & the property will be on your left hand side. Eircode: E45 CX94

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

BER details

BER Rating:

BER No.: 116174624

Energy Performance Indicator: Not provided

Explore Tipperary Tipperary is best known for being the birthplace of GAA, Bulmer's cider and the famous war song 'It's a Long Way to Tipperary' written by Britain's Henry James Williams. The county was established in the 13th century after the Normans invaded Ireland and there is much evidence of the invaders s... Explore Tipperary
PSRA Licence No: 001790

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