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Bawnavrona, Mullinahone, Thurles, County Tipperary , E41 H309

Price €185,000
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathroom 1
  • Size 67 m²
  • Ber Rating

At a glance...

  • Super location.
  • Within walking distance of the village.
  • In good condition throughout.
  • Extension was re-roofed a couple of years ago.
  • Room to extend.
  • Potential for a site subject to appropriate planning permission.
  • OFCH
  • Mains water.
  • Septic tank
  • School, church, shops, post office, butchers, GAA club, Soccer club etc..
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This charming three-bedroom cottage is ideally located on the outskirts of Mullinahone village, offering both convenience and tranquility. The property is within walking distance of the village and features a spacious garden on both the side and rear, as well as a small field to the right-hand side. This field presents the potential for a second house, subject to appropriate planning permission.

A substantial, new timber shed has been placed in the field, complete with a concrete base and electrical connection. Measuring 13m x 3.5m, this shed is versatile and can serve various purposes, including use as a home office.

The house itself boasts a bright front porch with a PVC front door and two windows. The central living room is generously sized, featuring a wood-burning stove and laminate flooring. Adjacent to the living room is a large double bedroom with windows at both the front and rear. On the opposite side of the property is the second bedroom, a smaller double room with an old fireplace, and the third bedroom, a single room also with an old fireplace and a rear-facing window.

An attractive rear extension includes a kitchen with fitted units, a sink, and a large side window, along with a small dining area at the back. The shower room, located at the rear of the property, is equipped with a washbasin, toilet, and shower unit. The rear hall leads to the back door, opening out to the expansive rear garden.

Additionally, the property includes a large fuel shed adjoining the house, two more large sheds within the garden, and a traditional stone outhouse on the right-hand side that contains a toilet and a small shed. The large field to the right of the house offers excellent road frontage and could potentially be developed as a site, pending the necessary planning permissions.


Entrance Hall
2.20m x 2.40m PVC front door with 1/2 glazing, tiled floor.

Living Room
4.50m x 2.90m Central room with access to the kitchen and the three bedrooms. Stanley stove. Window to the front of the house and a laminate floor.

3.50m x 2.80m Located in the extension, fitted floor and wall presses, under counter fridge and freezer, sink. Good work surface area.

Bedroom 1
4.50m x 2.70m Large double bedroom. Window to the front and to the rear.

Bedroom 2
2.50m x 2.70m This is a small double bedroom with a fireplace.

Bedroom 3
2.00m x 2.70m Single bedroom with window to the rear of the house.

Rear Hallway
1.60m x 0.90m

Shower Room
2.60m x 1.60m Tiled floor, whb and wc. Corner shower unit with Triton AsS shower.


Mature gardens with tress, shrubs and plants. There is a wall to the front of the house with attractive pedestrian gate and vehicular access. Large gardens and field on the right hand side. Two new shed, one measuring 13m x 3.5m and suitable for many uses.


Turn right at the grotto and continue on the Jamestown road for c.150 meters and the house is on the left hand side.

BER details

BER Rating:

BER No.: 115457731

Energy Performance Indicator: Not provided

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