2 St James Wood,
4 Bed House
Asking price €350,000
Asking price €350,000
- Private development of just 15 detached houses.
- Close to Stradbally cove, Bunmahon beach and Clonea.
- Very close to the Greenway cycle and walking track with some magnificent views.
- Quality finishes throughout.
- High degree of insulation throughout.
- Rationel windows and doors throughout.
- Oil fired central heating.
- Commuting time is 25 minutes approx to Waterford City, 45 minutes to Cork City and a stroll from Stradbally village.
- It is a 10 minute drive from Dungarvan town.
- Originally constructed in 2004.
- Mains services.
Many developments claim to be unique but none can truly match St James Wood, Stradbally. Its natural reed thatched homes have an air of old world charm, whilst still providing all the comforts of the modern world.
The kitchen/dining room design is spacious with its beautifully finished fitted kitchen units and stunning porcelain tile finish. Both kitchen and dining room look onto the rear garden allowing lots of light into both rooms. A separate utility room has fitted units and its own half door leading to the rear patio. The living room is located to the front of the property, with its open fireplace and spacious feel it is the perfect setting to relax. There are also two large bedrooms located on the ground floor with a shower room.
The main bedroom with ensuite is accessed off the upstairs gallery area. There is an added bonus of a large walk-in-wardrobe leading off this bedroom. The second bedroom also has an ensuite and is generous in size. These rooms are most impressive with carpet floors and feature arch windows.
Stradbally is situated on the Copper Coast and sits 3 miles from the N25. It is a picturesque village in the way it is presented and maintained having won numerous awards in the National Tidy Towns Competition. This property would make an ideal family home and is ready for immediate occupation. BER: D1
BER Number: 107885147
Energy Performance Indicator: 231.14
Stradbally is an enchanting village of thatched and slate cottages. It has won numerous awards in the prestigious National Tidy Towns Competition, and was a recipient of a Heritage Award in the prestigious international Entente Florale. Stradbally Medieval Church is the largest medieval church in rural Ireland.
Nearby coves are popular with summer bathers, with fine sea stack formations off Ballydowane Cove. Drumlohan Ogham Stone, a National Monument is nearby. Stradbally is on the Dungarvan & Copper Coast Drive.
BER Rating: D1
BER No.: 107885147
Energy Performance Indicator: 231.14 kWh/m²/yr