Detached House For Sale In Convoy, Donegal



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Property description:offered for sale by private treaty is the above 5 bedroom home. the dwelling offers spacious living and is finished to a high standard internally.
located approximately 6km from convoy, 10km from ballybofey and 20km from letterkenny, the property allows for private accommodation with views of the surrounding countryside while still being close to local amenities.
accommodation comprises of entrance hallway, living room, kitchen and dining, utility, wc, main bathroom, sitting room and ground floor bedroom whilst on first floor four spacious double bedrooms with main bedroom en-suite.
the property is surrounded by a stone driveway and gardens to front, rear and side. mature trees surround the garden area to rear. additional outdoor features include decking to the side and rear of the property, detached shed and concrete pathway leading to storage container,
internal features include solid wood floors throughout, open fireplace with back boiler in living room, stanley oil range in kitchen and a high internal finish throughout.
viewing this property is highly recommended. for more information or to arrange viewing contact the office.
accommodation details
ground floor
entrance hallway
l shaped hallway, stairway to first floor from entrance hallway, four light fittings, solid wood floor, phone point, hardwood front door with two side glass panels, radiators x3, smoke alarm
living room - 11'07" x 11'10"
wooden floor, tv point, open fireplace with back boiler, radiator, window to front, blinds, light fitting
kitchen and dining - 12'10" x 20'09"
stanley oil range with tiled hearth and wooden surround with shelf, tiled floor, windows to front, rear and side, radiator, dishwasher, stainless steel sink, gas hob, extractor fan, electric oven, high and low level units with tiling between, glass display cabinet, tv point, spotlights, spotlights under pelmet, under counter integrated fridge freezer
utility 9'02" x 6'05"
high and low level units, tiled between units, tiled floor, double sink, window to rear, space for washing machinewc 4'03" x 7'06"
power shower, anti slip tiled floor, window to side, white wc, white wash hand basin, radiator
main bathroom 11'11" x 8'01"
tiled flooring and walls, mains shower, radiator, corner bath with chrome taps and shower head, window to rear, white wc, white wash hand basin
sitting room 12'10" x 20'10"
solid wood floor, window to front, open fire with wooden surround and tiled hearth with mirror over, radiator, window to side, double doors to rear, spotlights, two wall mounted light fittings, tv point
ground floor bedroom - 12' 00" x 12'11"
double room, wooden floor, window to front, radiator, blinds, light fitting
first floor
landing - 5'10" wide
radiator, window to front, spotlights, shelved hot press located here, blind, window to rear over stairs, solid wood floor, access to attic
bed 1 - 13'01" x 12'00"
double room, solid wood floor, blinds, radiator, light fitting, window to rear
bed 2 - 12'01" x 12'00"
double room, solid wood floor, radiator, window to front, light fitting, tv point
bed 3 - main bedroom - 10'07" x 11'10"
double room, tv point, solid wood floor, blinds, window to front, radiator, light fitting
en-suite - 4'03" x 8'03"
white wc, white wash hand basin, mirror with light over wash hand basin, solid wood floor, tiled walls, gainsborough electric shower
bed 4 - 9'10" x 11'11"
double room, radiator, light fitting, blinds, window to rear, solid wood floor
features
stunning views of surrounding countryside
stanley oil range in kitchenofch
two open fireplaces (one with back boiler)
solid wood floors throughout
ground floor bedroom
spacious double bedrooms
electric shower in en-suite
gardens to front, rear and side with mature trees
decking to side and rear
concrete pathway leading to storage container
four cast iron garden lights
boundary wall to front with double wooden gate and additional side gate
outdoor water tap
inclusions
blinds
gas hob and electric oven
integrated dishwasher
outdoor storage container
integrated fridge freezerfeatures:four cast iron garden lights
gardens to front, rear and side with mature trees
stunning views of surrounding countryside
ground floor bedroom
spacious double bedrooms
two open fireplaces (one with back boiler)
decking to side and rear
boundary wall to front with double wooden gate and additional side gate
stanley oil range in kitchen
solid wood floors throughout






Type of deal: For sale
Num. of rooms: 5
Num. of bathrooms: 3
Zip Code:: N/a
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Published: September 16, 2017
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