27 Lios Ard Ballyhooly,
4 Bed House
Last listed at Asking price €295,000
- Exceptional finish both internal and external
- Overall area 156 sq m. (1677 sq ft)
- High standard fitout throughout
- Old style pull lever door bell
- Bakelite switches throughout the groundfloor with solid walnut backs
- Deanta walnut doors and architraves with brass hardware on ground floor
- Victorian high skirting from Deanta throughout the ground floor Masterbedroom.
- Handmade Victorian style cornicing
- Double fitted wardrobes in 3 of the 4 bedrooms
- Walking distance of the village
The property extends to approx. 156 sq. mt. and benefits from a maintenance free rear garden which is not overlooked.
Lios Ard is a popular residential development on the outskirts of Ballyhooly village within walking distance of shop, church, primary school, pub, GAA pitch, tennis court and many other amenities that Ballyhooly has to offer.
It's location approximately 25 mins from the Jack Lynch tunnel makes it an easy commute to Cork city and it is also less than 10 mins from Fermoy town and 15 mins dive to Mallow.
A sunroom added to the rear and a converted attic make this property a spacious home with excellent living space. Entrance Hall 4.67m x 2.74m Victorian style patterned tiled floor. Carpet to stairs and landing. Hand painted wood panelling on high Victoriana skirting. Handmade plaster Vicortian style cornicing and ceiling rose in hallway and landing. Deanta walnut doors and architrave. Understairs storage with matching bespoke walnut coloured door
Sitting Room 5.35m x 3.6m High quality wool carpet. Handpainted wood panelling on high Victorians skirting. Damask wallpaper to upper half of walls. Handmade plaster Victorian style cornicing and ceiling rose. Bespoke Roman blinds in velvet fabric from Townhouse Interiors. Featured fireplace with marble surround and stove insert.
Downstairs WC 1.4m x 1.7m Victorian style patterned tiles. Hand painted panelling on Victoriana skirting. Handmade plaster Victorian style cornicing and ceiling rose. Victorian style high level cistern toilet with chain pull. Victorian style whb. Bespoke Roman blind by Townhouse Interiors.
Open plan Kitchen, Dining & Sunroom
Kitchen Area 6.5m 3.3m Handmade plaster Victorian style coving and ceiling roses. Newly installed kitchen with sage green base units and cream wall units featuring opaque glass corner units withlighting and under cabinet lighting. Red brick tiling. Overmantle with Rangemaster electric 5 ring range. Belfast sink with brass coloured tap. Integrated dishwasher. Cream Quartz counter top with moulded edgings. Cream shutters. Bespoke radiator cover with co-ordinating dresser unit in cream/walnut colouring. Deanta walnut door leads to utility room. French doors to sunroom.
Dining Area 3.3m x 3.2m Radiator cover and panelled archway leading to conservatgory. French doors leading to outdoor covered seating area.
Utility Room 1.8m x 1.6m Floor tiled. Plumbed for a washing machine, houses fridge freezer, washer, dryer, laminate storage units, storage for coats etc. Door leading to side entrance of house
Conservatory 3.45m x 3.45m Featured solid wood beams. Fitted cassette blinds in sage green. French doors leading to patio/garden. High quality laminated wood flooring.
Outdoor Room 4m x 3m Recently installed wood canopy fitted by Grange Ironworks. White wood effect outdoor tiles, easy to clean and maintain. Wall tiled with Spanish tiles in blue tones. 2 Outdoor lights connected to mains, an outdoor plug and tap.
Main Bathroom 2.75m x 1.7m Fully tiled floor to ceiling. Large shower unit. Walnut wall storage unit. Walnut wooden vanity with matchng mirror. Wall & ceiling light. Roman blind.
Master Bedroom 3.8m x 3.6m Gold Damask wallpaper. White wooden blinds. Coving and brass light switches. Mirrored fitted sliderobes. High quality white laminate flooring. Vicortiana high skirting and architraves.
Ensuite 2.7m x 0.9m Newly tiled floor to ceiling with featured brick effect tiling in shower (bifolding doors) Grey double mirrored wall unit, sink with waterfall tap. Roman blind.
Bedroom 2 3.1m x 2.5m Fitted double wardrobe with built in shleving. Roller blind. High quality white laminate flooring.
Bedroom 3 2.9m x 2.3m High quality white laminate flooring. Roller blind.
Bedroom 4 3.4m x 3m Opaque glass sliderobes (double) High quality laminate flooring. Roller blind.
Attic Room 5.45m x 4.1m Velux window with mountain views. 2 Access doors to attic storage on both sides of the room. Stairs to attic room fitted with high quality wool carpet.
BER Number: 111243234
Energy Performance Indicator: 144.89
Fermoy (pop. 2,270) lies about 30 miles to the north-east of Cork city on the Blackwater River. It was a garrison town and at one time had the largest concentration of troops in the country. Today the town is well known for angling, particularly salmon. It is strategically located, just where the main roads from Dublin to Cork and Rosslare to Killarney intersect.
The Blackwater valley is well known for its period houses and one of the finest, Castle Hyde, now owned by Micheal Flatley of Riverdance, is just outside the town. It was once the home of Douglas Hyde, founder of the Gaelic League and the first President of the Irish Republic.
BER Rating: B3
BER No.: 111243234
Energy Performance Indicator: 144.89 kWh/m²/yr