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3 Bed Townhouse c. 89 m² / c. 959 Sq.Ft. in the heart of the town centre overlooking the River Camlin.
The house is presented in very good condition and features a spacious Living room with open fireplace and sold wood floor. To the rear there is a kitchen / dining area with modern built in Kitchen units and sliding glass doors to a small walled-in patio area. There is also ground floor Shower room.
Going upstairs there is a large glazed wall looking out on the St. Johns Church to the rear of the property. There are two double sized bedrooms with built in wardrobes and one of the bedrooms has direct access to the bathroom. A smaller bedroom has sliding glass doors out onto a south facing balcony that overlooks the river.
The house is accessed off the very popular area of Church Street and the Battery road. There is parking to the front of the house. A great advantage of this location is a public walkway running alongside the Camlin that leads into the Mall Sports, Swimming and Riverside park complex, with Astro turf pitches, and a lighted walk that runs around the perimeter of the complex and river that is very popular.
All town amenities are at your doorstep with Shops, restaurants, cinema schools and church within two minutes’ walk. This is a low maintenance townhouse and an ideal compact residence in a good residential area.
SERVICES: Mains Water & Sewerage, Electric Storage Heating.
Eircode: N39 V8X7
GPS: 53.7307, -7.799
Schools near 5 Fee CourtVIEW SCHOOLS FINDER
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