Strawhall, Fermoy, P61E089
4 Bed Bungalow
Asking price €250,000
Asking price €250,000
- • Large site
- • Walking distance of the town
- • Easy commute of the M8 motorway
- • Scenic views
- • Oil fired central heating Gas connection
The property would benefit from upgrading and offers great potential to create a superb family home and benefits from a private driveway to the front and large garden to the rear overlooking the town of Fermoy and Blackwater Valley.
Tigeen Eile is located within walking distance of all amenities and is within easy access of the Cork/Dublin motorway. Entrance Hall 3.7m x 2.78m Laminate flooring. Radiator.
Living Room 6.25m x 3.35m Carpet flooring. 2 Radiators. Solid fuel stove.
Kitchen/Dining/Sitting Area 6.25m x 3.35m Laminate flooring. Kitchen units. Solid fuel stove. Sliding patio door to rear garden.
Utility Room/Bedroom 3.5m x 2.8m Vinyl floor covering. Storage units.
Guest WC 0.92m x 0.95m Wc., whb., plumbed for shower. Tiled floor to ceiling.
Family Room 4.1m x 3.8m Window, concrete floor. Featured cast iron fireplace.
Bedroom 1 3.97m x 2.92m Laminate flooring. Radiator. Fitted wardrobes.
Potential Ensuite/Walk in wardrobe 2m x 0.9m
Bedroom 2 2.9m x 2.97m Carpet flooring. Radiator. Fitted wardrobes.
Bedroom 3 4.5m x 4m Laminate flooring. Radiator. Fitted wardrobes.
Bedroom 4 2.9m x 2.8m Carpet flooring. Radiator. Fitted wardrobe.
Bathroom 2m x 1.8m Wc., whb., electric shower. Tiled floor to ceiling.
BER Number: 116575424
Energy Performance Indicator: 237.24
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: D1
BER No.: 116575424
Energy Performance Indicator: 237.24 kWh/m²/yr