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Murrays View, Donore, Drogheda, County Meath

Asking price €595,000
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 3
  • Size 250 m²
  • Ber Rating
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mmaculate, Large, modern 4-bedroom family home (approx 250 sqm) in quiet cul de sac in Donore Village.

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Nestled at the end of a tranquil cul-de-sac on the outskirts of the charming Donore village in County Meath close to Drogheda town, this stunning 4- bedroom detached dormer bungalow offers a perfect blend of privacy, space and modern living. Set on a generous 0.18 hectares site, this spacious home offers great potential for your dream family home.

Built in 2007, this house has been finished to a high standard and since then has been continually upgraded and improved. Accommodation downstairs consists of a beautiful new kitchen with and island, large utility room with sink and back door leading to the south west facing garden, sun room, living room, a large family bathroom and 2 bedrooms (main ensuite). Upstairs there are two bedrooms, a large shower room, hot press and storage room. The house extends to approximately 250 sqm and all rooms are generous in proportion.

The B2 energy rating makes for an especially comfortable home, which is both energy efficient and very economical to run.

Outside, the garden to the rear is large and southwest facing. A sheltered paved patio area provides space for al fresco living There is a large block shed and two smaller wooden sheds. Behind the hedging at the back there is a further piece of ground which is included in the sale and which offers lots of options for alternative uses such as market gardening.

Murray’s view is a quiet enclave of detached houses tucked away on the edge of Donore Village.

Donore village is a picturesque village in the heart of the historical Boyne Valley. The world heritage sites of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth are a short drive away as is Oldbridge estate. The village of Donore itself offers shops, restaurants and bars and is only a short drive to Drogheda town. Just off Junction 9 on M1 for easy access to Dublin and Belfast, Murray’s View is an ideal option for potential buyers looking for a beautiful family home in a rural setting yet with easy city accessibility. Dublin airport is 30 minutes away.

Extremely private location at end of cul de sac
Bright and spacious family home in a much sought-after residential location.
Newly refurbished kitchen and utility room.
Double height ceiling in entrance hall
New bathrooms and shower rooms
Large site (0.18 hectares)
Large south-west facing rear garden.

Kitchen/Dining: 7.16m x 5.71m.Excellent range of new fitted units, Belling double oven with induction hob, island.
Utility room: 4.3m x 2.06m, sink, American Fridge Freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, range of fitted units.
Sunroom: 4.8m x 4m approx. South and west facing. Laminate floor.
Sitting room: 7.1m x 4.5m approx. Bay window, quality laminate flooring, solid fuel stove.
Entrance hall: 3.4m x 5.1m Double height, tiled floor.
Main bathroom: 2.27m x 4.28m, free standing bath, electric shower with rainfall showerhead, tiled floor.
Main bedroom: 4.95m x 4.36m, wall to wall floor to ceiling wardrobes with vanity unit, bay window, laminate flooring. Shower room: 2.06m x 2.05m pumped shower, tiled floor.
Bedroom 2: 4.3m x 3.58m, laminate floor.

Bedroom 3: 5.3m x 3.4m Laminate floor. Pulldown attic access.
Bedroom 4: 5.38m x 2.86m Laminate floor. Access to eaves for extra storage.
Shower room: 3.1 x 2.1m Pump shower.
Large hot press.
Large storage press.

Large block build shed.
Patio area adjacent to house.
Wooden shed.
Additional land behind the hedge suitable for use such as vegetable growing and space for animals.

Mains water
Mains drainage (pump assisted)
Oil fired central heating
Excellent broadband connectivity.
Easy access to M1

From Drogheda/M1, travel in the direction of Donore. Just before the village turn right into Murray’s View and follow the road around to the right to the end of the road.

BER details

BER Rating:

BER No.: 108584319

Energy Performance Indicator: 118.83 kWh/m²/yr

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