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Tullyvin Cottage, Tullyvin, Castleblayney, County Monaghan, A75 R243

  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathroom 1
  • Size 5.8 acres²

At a glance...

  • uPVC Windows
  • Range of Sheds
  • Solid Fuel Heating
  • Nice parcel of pasture lands
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Description


Description
Two storey residence on 5.8 acres s.m. (2.35ha)

A two storey residence of character requiring complete renovation and modernisation situated in a quiet secluded setting, 1 mile from Castleblayney town centre. Lands to the rear of house also range of older sheds.Ideally suited for hobby farm,market garden, equestrian use etc

Features
uPVC Windows
Range of Sheds
Solid Fuel Heating
Nice parcel of pasture lands

Accommodation
Entrance Hall: with under-stairs closet
Sittingroom: 15 8' x 12 2' with fireplace
Livingroom: 16'2' x 12'4' with solid fuel cooker
Kitchen: 7'10' x 7'9' with fitted units
Store Room: 8'5' x 7'2'

1st Floor:
Bedroom 1: 16'2' x 12'3'
Bedroom 2: 16'2' x 12'5'
Bathroom: 9'7' X 6.10'

Directions
From Castleblayney town centre take the Lough Egish road for 800m, turn left at Broomfield Construction office, continue to end of road, turn right at T junction , go under flyover , next property on left hand side, tarred shared entrance.
Explore Monaghan The "stoney grey soil" of County Monaghan is probably best known for being the birthplace and childhood home of poet Patrick Kavanagh, who grew up in the town of Iniskeen. It is also known for its lace-making, made famous when it was used in the late Princess Diana's wedding dress.. Monaghan's ... Explore Monaghan
PSRA Licence No: 002794

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Use the form below to get in touch with REA Gunne Property (Carrickmacross) or call them on (042) 966 1303

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