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Strouge, Clonmore, Templemore, County Tipperary, E41 H566

  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Size 109 m²
  • Ber Rating

At a glance...

  • UPVC double glazed windows
  • Oil Fired Central Heating
  • Quite rural location
  • Large front and rear garden
  • Mains water and Septic tank
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Description


Description
A bright, detached, renovated cottage located in a tranquil, rural setting close to the village of Clonmore, Co. Tipperary. The property stands on a c.1 acre site and is situated c.2 km from Clonmore village and c.5 km from Templemore town. This cottage has been renovated in recent years and yet retains many charming original features. Downstairs there is ample living space while upstairs there are three bedrooms, one en-suite and a family bathroom. Mains Water and septic tank. Oil fired central heating. Viewing of property is highly recommended

Features
UPVC double glazed windows
Oil Fired Central Heating
Quite rural location
Large front and rear garden
Mains water and Septic tank

BER Details
BER: D2 BER No.111632147 Energy Performance Indicator:284.22 kWh/m²/yr

Accommodation
Entrance Hall: 3m x 1.85m Tiled Floor
Kitchen/Dining Room: 5.76m x 4.5m Tiled Floor, Fitted Kitchen, Electric Hob and Oven, Patio Doors to Rear Garden
Sitting Room: 3.96m x 3.15m Wood Floor, Brick Feature Fireplace with Solid Fuel Stove
Family Room: 3.93m x 3.13m Wood Floor, Open Fireplace
W.C.: 0.9m x 2.24m Tiled Floor, WC, WHB
Bedroom 1: 4.06m x 3.5m Carpet & Exposed Beams
En-Suite: 1.85m x 1.78m Fully Tiled, WC, WHB, Electric Shower Unit
Bedroom 2: 3.96m x 3.7m Wood Floor, Exposed Beams
Bedroom 3: 3.95m x 3.18m Wood Floor, Exposed Beams & Open Fireplace
Family Bathroom: 2.56m x 2.4m Fully Tiled, Bath, WC, WHB,

Directions
See Eircode

Viewing Details
By Appointment Only

BER details

BER Rating:

BER No.: 111632147

Energy Performance Indicator: 284.22 kWh/m²/yr

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: 001874

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Use the form below to get in touch with REA Seamus Browne (Roscrea) or call them on (0505) 23158

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