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- Verry attractive 3 bed semi-detached property.
- Well maintained garden to rear.
"The Strand" enjoys a wonderful location within this popular residential development, close to Tramore Beach, bus routes and all local amenities. This fine three bedroom semi-detached property combines a bright interior and spacious well laid out accommodation.
Accommodation includes: Entrance hall, guest w.c., living room, kitchen/dining room, 3 bedrooms (master en suite) & bathroom.
1.79m x 5.46m (5' 10" x 17' 11") Laminate floor, phone point.
Tiled floor, w.c., and wash hand basin.
3.67m x 5.16m (12' 0" x 16' 11") Bay windows, gas fireplace, coving, TV point, double doors to dining room.
5.57m x 3.70m (18' 3" x 12' 2") Tiled floor, fitted kitchen, double doors to living room and PVC door to rear.
2.29m x 2.95m (7' 6" x 9' 8") Carpet, hot press and access to attic.
2.15m x 2.15m (7' 1" x 7' 1") Fully tiled, wc, whb, bath with shower
3.65m x 3.68m (12' 0" x 12' 1") Wooden floor, built in wardrobe, TV point.
1.81m x 1.45m (5' 11" x 4' 9") Electric shower, w.c, and wash hand basin.
3.97m x 3.23m (13' 0" x 10' 7") Wooden floor and built in wardrobe.
2.27m x 2.78m (7' 5" x 9' 1") Wooden floor and built in wardrobe.
OUTSIDE AND SERVICES
The property was built in 2002 and has a living area of c. 1025 sq.f.t with well maintained garden to rear, patio area, off road parking, gated side entrance, gas fired central heating, uPVC double glazed windows, shed.
Schools near The Strand, SomervilleVIEW SCHOOLS FINDER
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