15 The Brickfield,
3 Bed House
Asking price €197,500
Asking price €197,500
- Mains Water and Sewerage,
- Oil Fired Central Heating (condensing oil boiler)
- Fibre to the home broadband available
Built to a high specification in 2006 and presented in good decorative order. This house is easily heated with condensing oil boiler, air heat recovery system and high levels of insulation. There are polished porcelain tiles in the entrance hall, WC and kitchen with solid wood floors in the living area.
The house features a bright living room with an open fireplace and double doors through to the kitchen / dining area. The kitchen is fully fitted with appliances and double glass doors to the rear garden.
The Master bedroom has built in wardrobes and a fully tiled ensuite shower room. There is a stylish fully tiled family bathroom with a pumped shower over the bath. The other two bedrooms also have built in wardrobes.
One might make a good home office to take advantage of the high speed fibre and cable broadband available here.
This house is an ideal small home or investment property with a lot of demand.
There is a fenced garden with a patio area to the rear of the house that gets the evening sun. This can also be accessed from the rear. With a common area to the front of the house for parking.
Abbeycartron is located just off the Battery Road, the town centre is a short walk, as are local amenities such as the Tennis & Rugby club, the Mall Riverside Park & sports complex and the County GAA grounds. The main N4 Dublin-Sligo Road is within a minutes’ drive.
The Brickfield development is one of the most popular locations in the town, with a lot of owner occupiers. The house were built to a high specification with granite stone sills and imperial measurement bricks. The bricks were engineered to be similar to the original bricks that came from the very same field. The house fronts out onto a generous landscaped green area.
Eircode: N39 W2F6
GPS: 53.737, -7.7915 BER: B3
BER Number: 116988619
Energy Performance Indicator: 143.92
Longford (Irish: an Longfort) is an historical town with a population of 9,601 (2011 census). It lies at the meeting of the N4 and the N5 primary routes. Longford is a local commercial centre with many retail outlets, as well as several leisure facilities. Longford town has a number of primary schools, secondary schools, and an extensive adult education centre.
Longford is about 91 km from Sligo and 122 km from Dublin, and is served by Sligo-Dublin intercity train services. Journeys to Dublin by rail generally take less than two hours. There are also a large number of bus services to Dublin and other towns. Third level colleges are well served by the private companies during the academic year.
BER Rating: B3
BER No.: 116988619
Energy Performance Indicator: 143.92 kWh/m²/yr