63 Knockmany Road, Augher BT77 0DE

3 Bed Bungalow For Sale

Sale agreed Last listed at £50,000

Key Information

Address 63 Knockmany Road, Augher BT77 0DE
Style Bungalow
Status Sale agreed
Price Last listed at £50,000
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Receptions 1
Heating Oil
Rateable Value £80,000 *
Rates £522 pa *
EPC Rating G20/C73 (co2: G15/D64)

* Rates information is provided for guidance purposes only, as the information source is subject to change. Please check the LPSNI website for further detail.

Location

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This agent has listed the accuracy as: Quite Near

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Additional Information

PUBLIC NOTICE

R A Noble & Co are now in receipt of an offer for the sum of £48,500 for 63 Knockmany Road, Augher,

BT77 0DE. Anyone wishing to place an offer on this property should contact R A Noble & Co,

59 Main Street, Clogher, BT776 0AA, Tel 028 8554 8242 before exchange of contracts.


• Latest Offer £48,500

  Secure Garden to Rear
• Decked Area to Front
• Oil Fired Rayburn Cooker
• PVC windows & OFCH
• Rewired in 2000

Accommodation:



Living Room - 17’ 8” x 11’ 10”

Kitchen - 1’ 2” x 6’ 4”

Bedroom 1 - 15’ 3” x 7’ 10”

Bedroom 2- 9’ 4” x 8’


Bedroom 3 - 11’ x 9’9”


Shower Room  - 6’4” x 5’4”

Toilet - 6’4” x 2’7




This quaint 3 bedroom bungalow is set in an idyllic setting at the bottom of Knockmany Forest. This delightful family home offers 3 well proportioned bedrooms in a great countryside location.

The property offers great value for money and early inspection would be recommended.


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