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NEW DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH SPECIFICATION DETACHED BUNGALOW PROPERTIES BY JONES CONSTRUCTION. 2 REMAINING IN PHASE 1.
ENNISKILLEN'S FIRST BUNGALOW DEVELOPMENT IN OVER 20 YEARS.
Drumgallan Crescent is conveniently situated on the edge of Enniskillen, close to both the main Sligo and Derrylin Roads, a short drive to local amenities including Scaffog Business Park, an edge of town location that uniquely combines both town and country life.
Drumgallan Crescent has been thoughtfully designed to offer 2 bungalow types that will appeal to a broad range of buyers providing 2 house types affording excellent flexibility for modern living expectations.
Type B: Note: Construction to provide potential for additional first floor bedrooms & Bathroom if required.
142m2 / 1528sq ft
Entrance Hall with cloaks cupboard
Kitchen & Dining Area Combined
Traditional construction Condensing oil boiler
• Underfloor heating
• Future proof 90mm windows u-value of 0.7
• Loch Erne roof tiles to roof
• Hand painted internal woodwork.
• Handmade kitchen
• Full turnkey finish
• Multi fuel stove to sitting room
• Fibre optic broadband
• Landscaped gardens
• Paved garden areas and patio
• En-suite of master bedroom
• Separate utility Room
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|Site 3 Cappog Road, Drumgallon||POA||1,528 sq. feet|
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