25 The Gardens, Bessbrook, Newry BT35 7BA

3 Bed Semi-detached house For Sale


Key Information

Address 25 The Gardens, Bessbrook, Newry BT35 7BA
Style Semi-detached house
Status Sold
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Receptions 1
Heating Oil


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Additional Information

This 3 bedroomed semi detached property is within the ever popular residential development of "The Gardens, Bessbrook in close proximity of Bessbrook Village and approximately 3 miles form Newry City Centre. The property provides spacious accommodation with front and rear gardens, however would benefit from due modernisation. This property appeals to first time buyers, investors and young families. An internal viewing is highly recommended.

Additional Features

Oil Fired Central Heating
Double Glazed
Close to Train Station and A1 Dual Carriageway
Front and Rear Gardens
Ideal for Investment or First Time Buyer

Accommodation in brief

Ground Floor
Entrance Hall
Solid mahogany front door. Carpeted staircase. Laminated wooden floor to entrance hall.

Lounge (Reception)
11' 5" x 22' 3" (3.48m x 6.78m) Tile fireplace with mahogany mantle and tiled hearth. Laminated wooden floor.

9' 8" x 14' 5" (2.95m x 4.40m) Pine fitted kitchen. Plumbed for washing machine and tumble dryer. Partially tiled walls. Extractor fan. Wood panelling to walls. Leads to back hall.

Bedroom 1
9' 8" x 10' 11" (2.94m x 3.33m)

Ensuite: (1.83m x 1.56m) 3 piece blue suite with wash hand basin, wc, and shower. Tiled walls. Extractor fan. Electric fan.

First Floor
Bedroom 2
9' 10" x 9' 10" (3.00m x 3.00m) Double bedroom with rear view aspect.

Bedroom 3
13' 1" x 10' 5" (4.00m x 3.17m) Double bedroom with front view aspect. Hotpress.

6' 0" x 5' 11" (1.84m x 1.81m) 3 piece white suite with wash hand basin, wc and bath. Fully tiled walls.

Enclosed front garden. Large rear garden.

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