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- Dual System heating (Oil boiler Solid fuel Stove)
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Additional Information4 Bedroom semi-detached dormer c. 120 sqm in a leafy well-establish development in the heart of this picturesque Shannon-side town.
This once compact house was extended and renovated in 2001 and features a large kitchen / dining living area to the rear. There are built in kitchen units, a tiled floor and a solid fuel stove. The rear of the house is south facing, so this is a particularly airy, light-filled room.
There is a separate sitting room to the front of the house with an open fireplace. On the ground floor there are 3 bedrooms and a fully tiled wet room with an electric shower that is wheelchair accessible. On the first floor there is an additional large bedroom.
Outside there is a large, well-maintained landscaped garden with mature hedges and plants, a garden shed and separate fuel store. A rear gate opens directly on to a running track and sports field which is a popular amenity for walkers and athletes.
Designed by architect Frank Gibney in the 1950s, the Green was one of a number of housing estates in the midlands purpose-built to accommodate Bord na Móna employees who were tasked with harvesting turf to fuel local peat-fired power stations. The house is less than five-minutes’ walk from the town centre which contains a large supermarket, newsagent, bars, pharmacies and other amenities.
Lanesboro is situated at the top of Lough Ree with the town split along the county borders of Longford and Roscommon, divided by the River Shannon. Longford and Roscommon towns are both within 15 minutes’ drive, as is Ballymahon which is home to Center Parcs.
The town is very attractive and vibrant with a number of new businesses opening in recent years, including the popular Lough Ree Distillery and LanesBrew café. Great improvements have been made by the local TidyTowns group to take advantage of the natural beauty of the area. The town boasts a number of stunning walking routes, including Lanesboro Commons, a tranquil 3.2km woodland loop along the banks of the Shannon.
Eircode: N39 DP93
GPS: 53.669 , -7.9862 BER: F
BER Number: 115395378
Energy Performance Indicator: 432.22
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 No.: 115395378
Energy Performance Indicator: 432.22 kWh/m²/yr
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