Semi-detached House For Sale In Convoy, Donegal

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Property Description:For sale by private treaty is this four bedroom former showhouse, situated in the popular Flaxfields development in Convoy. Offering spacious accommodation, the property is conveniently located within walking distance of Convoy town and its amenities. Internal accommodation comprises of entrance hallway, living Room, kitchen/dining, utility room, bathroom with four bedrooms (one en-suite) and bathroom This property would be ideal as a first time purchase, a family home or an investment property. Viewing by appointment only. All enquiries welcome.
Entrance Hallway
16'10" x 8'1"
Solid wooden front door.
Laminate wood flooring.
Two light fittings.
Understairs storage.
Living Room
15'5" x 12'11"
Laminate wood flooring.
Electric fire with oak surround.
Sandstone insert and hearth.
Centre light.
21'5" x 9'7"
High and low level oak effect units, tiled in between.
Electric stainless steel oven, hob and extractor fan.
Stainless steel free-standing dishwasher.
Integrated fridge freezer.
Tiled floor.
Patio doors leading to rear garden.
Utility Room
8'0" x 5'4"
High and low level oak effect units, tiled in between.
Stainless steel sink.
Washing machine.
Window to side.
White upvc back door.
Extractor fan.
Alarm key pad.
Downstairs Toilet
5'4" x 4'1"
White WC and WHB.
Tiled floor.
Tiled behind sink.
Extractor fan.
Master Bedroom
13'0" x 10'3"
Carpeted floor.
Window to front.
8'7" x 2'7"
White WC and WHB.
Manual shower in enclosed tiled cubicle.
Completely tiled floor and walls.
Extractor fan.
Bedroom Two
10'10" x 9'7"
Floor carpeted.
Window to rear blinds.
Bedroom Three
10'6" x 9'9"
Floor carpeted.
Window to rear.
Bedroom Four
9'10" x 8'1"
Floor carpeted.
Window to front.
7'0" x 6'9"
White WC, WHB and bath.
Completely tiled floor to ceiling.
Window to side with venetian blind.
Extractor fan.
Oil fired central heating.
PVC double glazed windows and doors.
Good location, close to town.

Type of deal: For sale
Num. of rooms: 4
Num. of bathrooms: 3
Zip Code:: N/a
Result 5 Estrellas 1 votes for Semi-detached House For Sale In Convoy, Donegal

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85000.00 Euro €
Ireland, Donegal
88 Flax Fields

Published: November 22, 2017
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