- Updated On:
- December 11, 2020
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
This traditional cottage style property offers a cosy, yet opportunistic home in the heart of the scenic countryside that is a feature of the Duncormick area. Sitting on a site extending to approx. 1 acre, there is ample space surrounding the home which gives any prospective purchaser a number of options to enjoy or develop the grounds. With a small stream abutting the bottom of the site, there is a great space to enjoy the sound and peacefulness of the water as it trickles slowly. Located just a few minutes from Duncormick Village, Kilmore Quay with its renowned marina and nearby beaches such as Cullenstown, Kilmore & Ballyhealy are all within easy reach. Wexford town is 20 minutes approx, with lots of popular restaurants nearby. The property is a traditional 2 bed bungalow and is presented in excellent condition. The home benefits from additional benefits such as OFCH, double glazed upvc windows, an attractive solid fuel stove, to name but a few. This quaint cottage is ideal for permanent or holiday home usage and viewing comes highly recommended!
- Charming traditional cottage
- Presented in excellent condition
- Site extending to approx. 1 acre
- Close to a host of beaches & amenities
- Less than 20 minutes from Wexford town
Hallway – (2.2m x 1.4m), Laminate flooring, door to;
Kitchen -(2.5m x 2.1m), With fitted units at eye & waist level. Plumbed for washing machine. Tiled splash back.
Bedroom No. 1- (3.4m x 2.2m)
Living Room -(4.5m x 2.6m), Bright, dual aspect room with laminate flooring, feature fireplace with solid fuel stove. Hot-press off. Leading to;
Bedroom No. 2 – (3m x 2.7m), With treble fitted wardrobes.
Shower Room – (1.9m x 1.7m), With wc, whb & shower. Tiled shower surround.
Services: Electricity, OFCH, mains water, septic tank sewerage.
BER: F Ber No: 108575473 Performance indicator: 421.1 kWh/m2/yr
Apply: Keane Auctioneers (053) 9123072
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agent.
Directions: From Wexford town, proceed out the Duncannon Line. After passing the Coach Inn pub, take the next left hand turn. Proceed down this road and go through the crossroads. Proceed along this road and take the first road to the left. The house is the first on the right.