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- Total site area: 1.42 HA (3.5 Acres)
- Total floor area: 215 sq mts approx.
- Lands are Zoned
- Fantastic location along the Dundalk Rd. in Carrickmacross town
- Dwelling presented in excellent repair
DescriptionSherry Fitzgerald are delighted to bring to the market, Cranmore, Dundalk Road, Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan.
An impressive detached family home set on approximately 1.42 hectares/3.5 acres of zoned lands, centrally located on the R178 Dundalk Road close to the centre of Carrickmacross. The current zoning from Monaghan County Development Plan 2019-2025 allows for low density residential development and offers the successful purchaser an opportunity to develop an exclusive scheme of houses in a truly unique setting. Every amenity the town has to offer is with easy walking distance of Crannmor making it an ideal location for such a development.
- Entrance Hall:
- Sitting room:
- 4.48m x 4.24m (14'8" x 13'11")
- Family Room:
- 4.54m x 4.43m (14'11" x 14'6")
- 5.64m x 3.67m (18'6" x 12'0")
- 3.68m x 3.45m (12'1" x 11'4")
- 3.68m x 2.70m (12'1" x 8'10")
- Bedroom 1:
- 4.43m x 4.04m (14'6" x 13'3")
- Bedroom 2:
- 4.35m x 4.14m (14'3" x 13'7")
- Bedroom 3:
- 4.24m x 3.49m (13'11" x 11'5")
- Bedroom 4:
- 3.70m x 3.18m (12'2" x 10'5")
- 2.68m x 2.38m (8'10" x 7'10")
- 2.40m x 1.34m (7'10" x 4'5")
- Garage at rear:
- 6.00m x 5.00m (19'8" x 16'5")
- Garage to Front:
- 6.32m x 3.82m (20'9" x 12'6")
- Car Port:
BER No.: 109712224
Energy Performance Indicator: 254.36 kWh/m²/yr
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