- • Close to all amenities/town centre.
- • Open fire/solid fuel stove.
- • Tarmac driveway.
Daniel O’ Briens Terrace is a block of 26 former soldiers’ houses, built c. 1890. The units are full of character and No. 6 retains many of its original features, such as sash windows and brick boundary walls.
The one bedroom terraced unit is located in Buttevant.
Accommodation comprises of an entrance porch, living room with an open fire laid on solid wood flooring. The kitchen hosts a high ceiling and a solid fuel stove. There is a double bedroom and a shower room on the first floor.
To the rear of the property is a compact enclosed yard.
A central heating system is not in place and the property requires modernisation.
The property is located on the western boundary of Buttevant town on the Churchtown road adjacent to the new secondary school. Buttevant has a range of amenities to offer such as primary and secondary schools, church, restaurant, shops, post office and GAA facilities. The town offers great public transport system also, with further amenities located in the near by towns of Charleville and Mallow.
Entrance Porch – 1.09 x 1.19
Hall – 1.63 x 2.64
Living Room – 3.40 x 3.80
Kitchen – 3.18 x 2.33
Landing – 1.61 x 3.51
Bedroom 1 – 3.51 x 4.33
Bathroom – 3.73 x 2.58
Total: 56.37 Sqm/ 606 Sqft
Entering Buttevant via N20 from the Charleville direction tun right for Millitary Road, continue straight and take the second left on to O’ Briens Terrace. The property is located on the right, No. 6.