4 Bed House
Asking price €395,000
Asking price €395,000
- 4 Double Bedrooms
- Tarmac driveway
- Large detached garage to the rear
- Excellent location
The property extends to approximately 167 sq. m. (1800 sq. ft.) has been well maintained and benefits from 4 double bedrooms and a large kitchen/dining area.
Externally there is a mature 1/2 acre of gardens, large detached block built garage and a tarmac driveway to the front.
The property is located in a scenic countryside setting, yet is within 2.5 km of Fermoy town and similar distance of access to the M8 Cork /Dublin motorway. Entrance Hall 3.1m x 2.73m Tiled flooring. Radiator. Vaulted ceiling.
Kitchen/Dining Area 6.1m x 5.6m Timber flooring. Wall and floor kitchen units. Tiled splashback. Solid fuel stove. 2 Sliding patio doors. Recessed lighting.
Sitting Room 5.62m x 3.95m Timber flooring. Solid fuel open fireplace. Recessed lighting. Radiator.
Bedroom 1 3.6m x 3m Carpet flooring. Fitted wardrobes. Radiator.
Ensuite 2m x 1.1m Tiled flooring. Wc., vanity unit with whb., electric shower.
Bedroom 2 3.6m x 3.6m Timber flooring. Fitted wardrobe. Radiator.
Dressing Room 4.9m x 2.5m Timber flooring . Radiator. Fitted wardrobes. Sliding patio door.
Bedroom 3 3.6m x 2.9m Timber flooring. Radiator. Fitted wardrobes.
Bedroom 4 3m x 3.7m Timber flooring. Radiator. Fitted wardrobe.
Bathroom 3m x 1.8m Wc., whb, bath and electric shower. Partially tiled walls.
Utility Room 3.89m x 1.45m Tiled flooring. Plumbed for washing machine and dryer.
Detached Garage 5m x 4m Wired for electricity.
BER Number: 116636176
Energy Performance Indicator: 216.78
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: C3
BER No.: 116636176
Energy Performance Indicator: 216.78 kWh/m²/yr