Bungalow for sale for sale in kiltoom, roscommon



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Property description:a highly impressive new build bungalow residence located in one of the regions most sought after residential locations. this luxurious property has been finished to the highest of standard throughout with the emphasis on a spacious and light filled interior and stands on a mature elevated site area. located only c. 5.5 km from athlone town and the n6 motorway, the property benefits from an unrivalled position beside ballybay national school and church, and close to the hodson bay hotel and leisure centre, bay sports water park on the river shannon and the renowned athlone golf course. the auctioneers now invite immediate viewings and all offers for immediate sale.
a property that must be viewed to be fully appreciated.
rooms
reception/hallway - 23' 1" x 7' 1"
entrance via hardwood doorway with inset glass viewing panels. ample space to accommodated staircase to the 1st floor if desired.
living room - 19' 4" x 14' 8"
dual windows to the front elevation, window to the side elevation, central chimney breast to accommodate solid fuel stove if desired.
kitchen/dining room/lounge - 20' 4" x 13' 10"
floor tiling throughout, high quality fitted kitchen with eye level units and high specification integrated "neff" appliances, central island, fitted recessed lights, feature sky light giving an abundance of natural light throughout, pantry area off, window to the side elevation, patio doors to the side elevation, fitted solid fuel stove which assists the heating and hot water systems.
utility room - 15' 10" x 6' 2"
tiled floor finish, window to the rear elevation, fitted units and sink unit, doorway to the rear.
cloakrom - 5' 2" x 9' 6"
tiled floor finish, fitted w/c and whb, window to the rear.
bedroom 1 - 11.4m x 11.1m
window to the front elevation. ensuite off (4 ft 2 x 8 ft 4)- floor and wet area wall tiled, fitted w/c, whb and corner shower, window to the front elevation.
bedroom 2 - 15' 3" x 10' 1"
window to the front elevation.
bedroom 3 - 13' 8" x 12' 1"
window to the side elevation.
bedroom 4 - 16' 7" x 12' 1"
window to the side elevation, fitted wardrobe. ensuite off (8 ft 10 x 4 ft 7), floor and wet area wall tiled, fitted w/c, whb and shower, window to the side elevation.
bathroom - 10' 9" x 8' 2"
floor, wet area and half wall tiled, fitted w/c, wbh and bath, window to the rear elevation.
features
substantial 1st floor area of c. 861 sq.ft to accommodate dormer conversion if desired with all services and joinery works designed to allow for same. velux roof light to the rear.
high quality finish throughout.
triple glazed windows throughout.
the property is homebond registered.
standing on a beautiful elevated site area of c. 0.64 of an acre.
detached garage of c. 323 sq.ft standing to the rear with electric roller door servicing.
plastered and capped walling with post and rail fencing to the front boundary, post and rail fencing to the sides and rear boundaries.
entrance via double timber gates.
mature laid lawns. ofch and solid fuel stove to assist the heating and hot water system.
all mains services connected with septic tank on site.
directions
as and from athlone town, take the main n61 roscommon road for c. 5.5km. note ballybay church on the right hand side. proceed to the church and turn left immediately before same, on this road c.300 meters and the said property is located on the right hand side.
viewing details
by appointment only.features:mature laid lawns.
ofch and solid fuel stove to assist the heating and hot water system.
entrance via double timber gates.
standing on a beautiful elevated site area of c. 0.64 of an acre.
detached garage of c. 323 sq.ft standing to the rear with electric roller door servicing.
high quality finish throughout.
substantial 1st floor area of c. 861 sq.ft to accommodate dormer conversion if desired with all services and joinery works designed to allow for same.
triple glazed windows throughout.
the property is homebond registered.
plastered and capped walling with post and rail fencing to the front boundary, post and rail fencing to the sides and rear boundaries.






Type of deal: For sale
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Published: August 13, 2017
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