- • Small residential estate.
- • Excellent public transport links.
- • Close to local amenities.
- • Beach nearby.
Three-bedroom semi-detached dormer bungalow in quiet coastal area. Approx. 98 sq m.
While in need of some modernisation number 54 would make an ideal home for first time buyers, families or those looking to downsize to the coast. This three-bedroom semi-detached dormer bungalow is in a great location in Mornington and within walking distance of local shops and the beach.
Outside, number 54 has a south facing front garden with large cobble lock driveway and parking for up to four cars. There is a large back garden with raised beds and patio areas while to the side there is a generous side entrance offering potential to extend (subject to planning).
Inside this home there is a bright entrance hall off which is the living room with feature fireplace and mantel. Through double doors from the sitting room is the kitchen with a solid oak fitted kitchen. Return to the main hallway and there is a downstairs bathroom and a third bedroom.
On the first floor is the master bedroom with a fully tiled en suite. Also on the first floor is the second bedroom and family bathroom and walk in shower.
Mornington Towers is a small established estate in the coastal village of Mornington. Close to all local amenities with Tesco, Dunnes Stores and South Gate Shopping Centre only a few minutes’ drive away. Within walking distance are Mornington Beach, Centra and Laytown & Bettystown Golf & Tennis Clubs. This quiet area is well serviced by public transport with both Bus Eireann and Mathews Bus stops within walking distance. Only a short drive away you will find mainline rail transport to Dublin/Belfast at both Laytown and Drogheda. Also within easy reach is the M1 motorway to Dublin and Belfast.
• Entrance hall
• Downstairs wc.
• Sitting room 4.8 m x 4 m
• Kitchen 4.7 m x 3.4 m
• Bedroom 3 3.4 m x 2.3 m
• Master bedroom 3.7 m x 3.4 m
• Master en suite
• Bedroom 2 3.2 m x 3 m
• Bathroom 2.3 m x 2 m
• Oil Fired Central Heating
• Mains water and sewerage
From Dublin take the Drogheda South turn off. Follow the R132 towards Drogheda. At South Gate Shopping Centre take the 2nd turn off the roundabout onto the Colpe Road. Continue straight on this road. Pass the old red brick school on the left and through the traffic lights. Continue on the Garra Road for another few minutes and take the 3rd right hand turn into Coney Hall. Follow the road through Coney Hall until the fork at Seabury Lawns then keep left to drive into Mornington Towers. Take the 1st left and number 54 is on the left hand side.