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'Tobar Gheal', Knockarush Boyle, Roscommon, County Roscommon , F52 K778

  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 4
  • Size 260 m²
  • Ber Rating

At a glance...

  • Double Glazed
  • 4 bathrooms
  • Dual Fuel Heating
  • Large site close to Boyle Town Centre
  • Central Vacuum System
  • Free to Air Satellite dish
  • Large metal clad shed on concrete base
  • Walk in attic with masses of storage (ample storage)
  • Two walk-in wardrobes
  • Aga stove with back boiler
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Superb 4 bed architecturally designed house with C1 Energy Rating

“Tobar Gheal” meaning “Bright Well”. Totally unique in design with underfloor heating, a well-built modern family home c. 260 sq mtrs in convenient location close to Boyle and the N61 Roscommon/Boyle Road. Constructed in 2004, the property boasts a contemporary Cherrywood kitchen/diner with family area and solid fuel stove with back boiler, a separate sitting room with feature fireplace and open fire, 4 large bedrooms, 3 en-suite bathrooms and a family bathroom, bright upstairs accommodation which could easily be adapted to a multitude of different uses for the new owner, even a home business. Close to schools, and all Town Centre amenities, the property is set on a large site c. 0.864 acre, and is perfect for a growing family.

The gardens c.0.864 acre are mature and established with lawns, an orchard, patio area, large shed and uninterrupted views of the countryside.


Boyle is a town in County Roscommon, Ireland. It is located at the foot of the Curlew Mountains near Lough Key in the north of the county. The Carrowkeel Megalithic Cemetery, the Drumanone Dolmen and the popular fishing lakes of Lough Arrow and Lough Gara are also close by. Boyle has a mainline railway station serving Dublin to Sligo. There are good bus links. Travel to Dublin by car would be 2 hours, and to Ireland West Airport Knock 45 minutes.

There are a selection of reputable national schools and a secondary school, churches, GAA club, restaurants, library, a farmers market, various guest accommodation providers, supermarkets, bank and comprehensive shopping facilities. Boyle is renowned as being a traditional and cultural town and boasts the yearly Boyle Arts Festival as well as being home to the Moone Boy Sky TV series. Situated amongst spectacular scenery with an abundance of natural beauty Boyle is a popular tourist destination with landmarks such as King House, Boyle Abbey and the wonderful Lough Key Forest Park and Activity Centre - Boyle was recently awarded “Enterprise Town of Ireland”.

14 mins to Carrick On Shannon
35 mins to Sligo
2 hrs to Dublin
5 mins to Lough Key

Double Glazed
4 bathrooms
Dual Fuel Heating
Large site close to Boyle Town Centre
Central Vacuum System
Free to Air Satellite dish
Large metal clad shed on concrete base
Walk in attic with masses of storage (ample storage)
Two walk-in wardrobes
Aga stove with back boiler
High ceilings

BER Details
BER: C1 BER No.105653695 Energy Performance Indicator:169 kWh/m²/yr

Entrance Hall (8.62 x 1.05 and 4.66 x 3.26)
Hardwood front door with two half glazed side panels, polished porcelain floor tiles with feature centre piece, feature staircase with carpet, vaulted ceiling and skylight.

Sitting Room (5.44 x 4.44)
Window to front elevation, feature fireplace with open fire, two radiators.

Kitchen area (3.46 x 3.32)
Tiled floor, solid Cherrywood fully fitted kitchen, tiled splash back, integrated NEFF dishwasher, Whirlpool gas hob, extractor fan, stainless steel sink, gas hob and extractor fan, vaulted ceiling with balcony from mezzanine floor above, dual aspect windows to side and rear affording natural light.

Dining area (5.84 x 4.19)
Tiled floor, window to rear elevation, French doors to covered patio area. Solid fuel stove with back boiler. Recessed spot lighting.

Utility (2.76 x 2.38)
Tiled floor, plumbed for washing machine, stainless steel sink, counter and shelving.

Bathroom (3.33 x 2.64)
Window to rear elevation, tiled floor, roll top bath, w.c., w.h.b., quadrant shower cubicle with electric shower, heated towel rail.

Bedroom 1 (3.91 into alcove x 3.24)
Window to front elevation, wooden floor, radiator.

Bedroom 2 (4.59 x 3.24)
Window to front elevation, carpet, radiator.

En-suite (2.47 x 1.08)
Tiled floor, window to side elevation, shower cubicle, radiator, w.c., w.h.b.

Bedroom 3 (4.28 x 3.33)
Window to rear elevation, carpet, radiator.

En-suite (2.17 x 1.75)
Window to rear elevation, tiled floor, shower cubicle, w.c., w.h.b., radiator, heated towel rail.
Walk in wardrobe.

Play area/office/leisure room (6.12 x. 2.70 and 1.43 x 1.97)
Lovely carpeted space overlooking the kitchen/dining area with skylight and radiator.

Bedroom 4 (5.47 x 4.21)
Large room with carpet and two skylights, recessed spot lights, storage in eaves, radiator and loft hatch. Currently being used as a gym this lovely bright room could lend itself to a whole host of uses by a new owner.

En-suite (2.79 x 1.66)
Tiled floor, skylight, shower cubicle, wall heater, w.c., w.h.b., shaver point, storage in eaves.

Heating: Dual fuel central heating (oil and solid fuel)

Services: Mains water, septic tank on site, electricity.

Directions: From Boyle take the N61 Roscommon Road. Continue for 2 kms until you see the road bend round to the right and there is a fork in the road with two options on your left. Take the left fork L5059 and continue on straight. Property will be a short distance further on your right.

BER details

BER Rating:

BER No.: 105653695

Energy Performance Indicator: 169.0 kWh/m²/yr

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PSRA Licence No: 002457

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