The subject lands are located off Garryduff Park area of Castlebar being c 0.25kms north of the town centre of Castlebar. This is a mature residential location in close proximity to a number of estates including Victoria Place, Glencarra and Woodville. There are a number of schools in close proximity as are the retail, business and leisure amenities/facilities of Castlebar Town Centre.
Castlebar is the business and administrative centre of County Mayo and the third largest urban centre in Connaught. With a population of more than 10,000, Castlebar has a broad and diversified employment base including Mayo General Hospital, GMIT, Mayo County Council and Baxter. The town has an excellent retail line-up which includes, Tesco, Dunnes, Aldi, Lidl, Argos, TK Maxx, Next and Boots.
An undeveloped parcel of Greenfield lands which are within two connected fields. The smaller of the fields to the north has access off Victoria Place. The larger is positioned to the south adjacent to Glenlara and Woodville. The lands undulate in level and appears to be generally good quality lands in grass. The entrance is located along Victoria Place.
– Comprising 2.77 Hectares (6.84 Acres)
– Zoned Objective B-New Residential Medium Density under Castlebar & Environs Development Plan 2008-2014
– Lands have access to all main services
– Mature popular residential area close to Castlebar Town
– Offers excellent development opportunity SPP
We understand that the lands extend to 2.77 Hectares (6.84 Acres).
We understand that all mains’ services are available to the property.
Freehold held within Folio MY15886F
The lands are all located within the urban area of Castlebar. Under the Castlebar & Environs Development Plan 2008-2014, the lands are mainly zoned Objective B- New Residential Medium Density. This objective states “it is an objective to provide for new residential development, associated facilities and services”. Uses which are either permitted or open to consideration include;
– Housing/Apartment scheme
– Single House/Apartment
– Holiday Home scheme
– Convenience Shop (local)
– Medical consultants
B New Residential Medium Density Objective It is an objective to provide for new residential development, associated facilities and services. The new residential zone relates to c157ha of lands in 4 distinct areas of the town where it is envisaged that new communities will develop throughout the life of the plan. The areas are intended primarily for housing but may also include a range of other uses particularly those such as schools, crches and community buildings. A master plan framework will be required for all sites over 2ha in size detailing layout of services, open spaces, roads, pedestrian linkages and landscaping. An adequate amount of land has been zoned in the draft plan to cater for the projected residential development requirements of the town over the plan period.
Given the lands size, proximity to the town centre, zoning and access to mains services, this parcel of lands offers excellent short term development potential for a substantial residential development subject to the unusual consents.
We are inviting conditional offers for the Freehold interest subject to the grant of planning permission. The precise terms of this are to be agreed and subject to contract. The intending purchaser will be fully responsible for all associated costs of the planning application and should satisfy themselves as to the extent of the planning potential. Please note that we have not undertaken a feasibility study of the lands nor have we entered into pre planning discussions with Mayo County Council.
ASKING PRICE – POA
The lands are positioned off Garryduff Park, turning left into Victoria Place, the lands are located on the left hand side of the road.
No. 42 is located at the top of the Kings Hill development just off the Newport Road (N59) no more than a kilometre from the town centre of Westport. Kings Hill is a mature and much sought after housing development of detached houses not only in close proximity to the town but also the very popular Greenway cycle and walking lane, meanwhile it is located about 500m from two of the townTM main primary schools namely the Gael Scoil and Scoil Padraig in the town. A most desirable location for family living.
This is a detached bungalow residence built probably in the region of 30 years and extending to 104 sq. m. (1119 sq. ft.) together with a detached garage adjacent. This home provides generous accommodation and includes reception hall, living room, kitchen/dining area, utility, bathroom and 3 bedrooms (1 en-suite).
Externally there are gardens front and rear together with off-street parking. Its position is part of a cul-de-sac with 5 or 6 other houses.
Mains services including: water, sewage, electricity. Radiator central heating throughout.
BER Rating D2
BER number 114439110
Viewing Strictly by Appointment with Sole Selling Agents.
ENTRANCE HALL: 1.80m x 3.6m
Polished tiled ceramic floor, white uPVC door with twin side glazed panels, built-in broom press
INNER HALLWAY: 6.88m x 1.16m
Tiled floor, access to attic, closet/hot-press
SITTING ROOM: 4.08m x 4.66m
Laminated floor, solid fuel fireplace with decorative inset, ceiling rose and cornice
KITCHEN/DINER 5.97m x 3.5m
Tiled floor, 2 windows to front and side, floor and eye level units in oak finish, 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink, electric cooker point, tiled splashback
UTILITY ROOM: 1.8m x 2.73m
Rear access, plumbed for washing machine and dryer. Oil fired boiler
BATHROOM: 3.47m x 1.77m
Wc, whb, bath, separate shower with Mira Electrical unit, floor to ceiling tiles, shaving socket p
BEDROOM (1): 3.5m x 3.69m
Built-in vanity unit with whb, shaving socket, laminate floor
BEDROOM (2): 3.65m x 3.45m
Double built-in unit, laminate floor
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM: 1.0m x 2.22m
Wc, whb, shower with Mira power shower, shaving socket
BEDROOM (3): 3.45m x 3.06m
Double fitted wardrobe, laminated floor
Asking Price 280,000
From Westport proceed out the Newport Road, turn left for Kings Hill, continue either left or right and the subject property is in the centre of the development with our for sale sign erected thereon.
This holding is located in the townland of Annagh, Islandeady, Castlebar is approx. 7 kms from Castlebar town and is accessed from the N5 via a local road which gives access to multiple holdings and residences. The location is tranquil and immediately adjacent to Annagh Lough and also has the benefit of a direct access to Islandeady Lough on the west side.
Both Islandeady and Derrywash schools are both in close proximity.
This is a singular division of land comprising 5.87 HA within Folio MY20476F (14.5 A. approx) Of generally good quality land which extends from the Annagh Road in a westerly direction. The most south eastern boundary fronts Annagh Lough.
This sale affords the purchaser not only the opportunity of acquiring a most desirable agricultural division of land but also has possibilities for the development of a residential site or perhaps two fronting the local road (subject to PP being obtained by purchaser)
For further particulars and maps contact the agents.
GUIDE PRICE 125,000/140,000 (No entitlements included)
Close to Castlebar Town (7km)
Good quality Land
Fodder Store & handling facilities
Generous road frontage
Mearing Annagh Lough
Direct Access to Islandeady Lough
Development possibilities subject to Planning Permission
Take the Annagh Road which is just the Castlebar side of the Derrywash schoo turn off, continue down this for approximately 1.9 km and the subject holding is on the left hand side with cattle crush and fodder store just inside the gate.
Springvale House is a typical Georgian residence dating back, we understand, to approximately 1814. It is positioned in a mature parkland setting.
The property is described on the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage website as detached, 3 bay, 2 storey farmhouse on a symmetrical plan centred on a single bay, single storey gabled projecting porch to the ground floor. There is a hipped slated roof and an shaped plan with clay ridge tiles, rendered and central chimney stacks, having cut limestone string courses below capping, supporting terracotta octagonal pots. In its appraisal, they say this farmhouse represents an integral component of the domestic built heritage on the outskirts of Ballinrobe with the architectural value of the composition, one rooted firmly in the contemporary Georgian fashion.
It goes on to say that the property has historic connections with the Blake family, including Henry Joseph Blake. The Blakes were a very well-known aristocratic family in Galway and Mayo. We understand that it was occupied by multiple tenants over the generations, including a Resident Magistrate by the name of Alan Bell, who was apparently executed in Dublin during the War of Independence while investigating an attempt on the life of Viscount John Denton Pixton Ffrench, a former Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.
The current owners have been in occupation for almost 60 years and have resided and farmed the lands on a full time basis in that duration.
Springvale House is a charming property with great history and character. 2.5 km from the shores of Lough Mask and 1.8km from the heritage town of Ballinrobe in scenic County Mayo. It is set in 22.4 acres of quality farmland that benefits from metres of frontage to the Cushlough Road.
The Property is access from a private a tree lined avenue with multiple mature broad leaved trees including limes, sycamores, beech and many others.
Ballinrobe 1.7 km
Lough Mask 2.5km
Tuam 32km (motorway to Dublin)
Knock International Airport 30 km
Headford 22 km
Springvale House is a typical of its period and style, quite symmetrical in the main. Its front elevation, with the cut stone faade is a most attractive feature, together with its central position within the holding, nicely set back off the road, and accessed by a tree-lined avenue. The house is over two floors and accessed via a projecting porch into the main reception hall, which benefits from two period fan lights, one at each end. The rooms, in the main, are generous and well-proportioned, with an overall net internal accommodation of approximately 204 sq. m. (2,200 sq. ft.).
The house is entered through the porch with flagged floor and this leads directly into the main hall with ceramic floor tiles with a typical arched Georgian fan light. The Reception Room is bright and airy with large windows to the front and side. The spacious kitchen/ dining room is practical and fit for purpose and the back kitchen/laundry room has an original Belfast Sink still in situ. There is also a back hall, inner hall and wet room on the ground floor.
At first floor there are 5 bedrooms all of which have original period fireplaces. The master bedroom is large at 18.384 sq.m (197.88 sq. ft) and benefits from an en-suite bathroom. Three of the bedrooms are to the front of the house which offer wonderful countryside views while the rooms at the rear enjoy south facing sun during the day.
The Property has a Net Internal Area of 204.50 sq.m (2,201 sq. ft)
To the rear, there is a substantial yard area with lime washed out offices, which include pony stables, coach house and other stores. They are of a similar period to the main house and could lend themselves to a residential conversion, subject to securing Planning Permission. From the yard one accesses a small haggart and a further field off same which, by virtue of its high stone walls, was probably an orchard in the generations past.
Sewerage – Septic Tank (at rear of yard)
Water – Mains
Electricity – Mains
Heating – Oil Fired Radiator Central Heating (from Stanley Range)
The dwelling is centrally positioned within the agricultural holding, which in total comprises approximately 9.06 hectares (22.4 acres), comprised in Folio MY106F. The land is generally very good grazing/meadow quality laid out in varying sized paddocks and benefits from significant road frontage.
ENTRANCE PORCH: 2.83m x 1.85m
RECEPTION HALL: 4.34m x 2.80m
DINING ROOM: 6.13m x 4.34m
Open fireplace with marble mantle, cast iron inset with tiled surround, large window to side and window to front, decorative ceiling cornice
INNER HALLWAY: 4.43m x 2.85m
Includes stairwell, back hall with access to yard
WETROOM 4.22m x 2.50m
wc, whb, shower with electric Triton unit fitted, extraction, shaver socket and wall mounted fan heater, ceramic floor tiles, window to side
BACK HALL 1.95m x 1.08m + 1.67 m x 0.80 m
LAUNDRY ROOM/BACK KITCHEN 4.45m x 2.52m
An original Belfast sink fitted, plumbing for washing machine, partially tiled walls and window to one side
KITCHEN: 6.20m x 4.40m
oil fired range with twin burners, fitted floor level kitchen units with single draining stainless steel sink, plumbing for dishwasher and multiple wall mounted presses, window to front
LANDING: 2.50m x 2.90m
Excluding stairwell, carpeted floor
BEDROOM (1): 4.43m x 4.15m
En-suite includes wc, whb, bath with telephone shower overhead, folding shower door, partially tiled walls, infra-red electric heater, vinyl floor, bedroom has carpeted floor and window to side
BEDROOM (2): 4.85m x 4.45m
stained timber floor, open fireplace with timber mantle surround with cast iron inset, large window to front, built in wardrobe, hot water cylinder with dual immersion, decorative ceiling cornices
BEDROOM (3): 3.0m x 3.0m
double with solid fuel stove fireplace, cast iron
BEDROOM (4): 4.82m x 4.35m
open fireplace with timber mantle and iron set, large window to front, decorative ceiling cornice, carpeted floors, central heating radiator
BEDROOM (5): 4.39m x 4.15m
Timber floor, single radiator, large window to rear, decorative ceiling cornice
– High profile office building
– Entire second floor
– Fully fitted / turnkey offices
– c. 793 sq. m (8,540 sq. ft.) + 25 car spaces
Cedar House occupies a high profile on the Moneen Road between the N5 and N6, c. 1.5 kms east of Castlebar town centre. Other occupiers within Cedar House include Coillte, Kaptec and SIPTU.
The surrounding Moneen area is an important business and industrial location. Occupiers in the area including Baxter, Elverys Sports Main Distribution and the N5 Business/Retail Park.
Castlebar is the business and administrative capital of County Mayo with a growing population of c. 13,500 (2016 census).
Castlebar is well served with a good road and rail infrastructure, being connected to the Nr5, N6, N88 and main rail services to Dublin. Knock International Airport is c. 38 kms west.
Cedar House is a purpose built three storey office building constructed of concrete frame construction with rendered concrete walls under pitched tiled roof. Windows and doors are double glazed aluminum. The property sits on a landscaped site of c.1.2 acres with generous carparking.
The entire second floor, which has both lift and stair access, is mainly laid out as cellular offices. There are a number of meeting rooms/ conference rooms together with canteen areas and a generous reception.
The property has the benefit of suspended acoustic tiled ceilings with recessed lighting, plaster and painted walls, carpet throughout with independent male & female toilets.
This residence is set in Brackloon on an mature site surrounded mature trees and shrubs while within a 10 minute drive of Westport. Brackloon is a mature popular residential area, situate circa 7km from Westport Town, offering a rural lifestyle with wonderful woodland walks and an abundance of natural flora and fauna.
Internally, the residence is simply laid out with a large open plan Living/Kitchen/Dining room, study and bedroom while at first floor there are two spacious bedrooms and a bathroom. This property would make a superb full time residence or alternatively a holiday retreat away from the hustle and bustle of modern urban living.
Viewing strictly by appointment with Sole Selling Agents.
ENTRANCE PORCH: 2.3m x 1.6m
Hardwood timber External door, timber floor
HALLWAY: 2.2m x 4.6m plus 0.96m x 0.8m plus 1.1m x 1.7m
fitted open shelving tongue and groove timber panelling with hot press under stairs
KITCHEN WITH BREAKFAST AREA /LIVING: 6.2m x 2.6m plus 0.85m x 3.6m plus 3.6m x 4m
Stainless steel double sink with painted fitted floor and eye level kitchen units timber floor tongue and groove splash back integrated ceramic hob
Open plan to
Timber pellet stove
Patio door to side
WET ROOM 2.2m x 1.7m
Vinyl floor wc whb with Vanity Unit
part tiled walls towel rail
BEDROOM (1): 3.5m x 2.8m
(Back) Timber floor
BEDROOM (2)/STUDY 3.5m x 2.6m
(Front) Timber floor
LANDING: 2.2m x 1.8m
Open book shelving attic access velux window
BATHROOM: 2.5m x 1.9m
Wc, whb Bath with telephone shower attachment, velux window
BEDROOM (3): 4.3m x 3.49m
Attic Access timber floor
BEDROOM (4): 4.3m x 3.9m
GUIDE PRICE 230/240,000
From Westport proceed out the West Road for c. 3 km turning left immediately after the grave yard proceed on this road for circa 1.5km just 100m past Cloona Health centre, turn right continue for c. 0.6 km then take a left turn onto the Brackloon Road and after 0.2 km turn left and the subect property is on your right hand side.
Abbeywood House is discreetly tucked away to the side of the new Scoil Phdraig primary school off the Newport Road in Westport town centre. This private location is very convenient to the retail, business and leisure facilities of Westport being just a 2 minute walk to Bridge Street/The Mall. Other occupiers in close proximity include; Holy Trinity Church, Carrowbeg College of Further Education, Topaz Filing station and convenience store and a number of private houses. The property also benefits from its easy access onto the Greenway.
Westport is an ever popular coastal town perched on the Atlantic coast of West Mayo. Voted “the best place to live in Ireland”, it is renowned as a visitor/tourist location attracting people from all over the world annually. This adds to the colour and vitality of this remarkable town. The town is full of excellent hotels, bars, restaurant and cafes together with interesting craft shops all of which create the unique atmosphere.
Westport has a growing population with a broad and diversified employer base which includes Allergan Pharmaceuticals, Carraig Donn, Portwest, Multi Packaging Solutions and the Westport Hotel Group. Excellent road connections are available via the N5, N59 and R331 to the N84 and mainline rail service connection to Dublin with 4/5 daily return services.
Abbeywood was built in 1957 by the Christian Brothers as part of the Westport CBS School Campus. It served primarily as their residence until closing in 2001. The front faade of the former monastery residence is of significant architectural interest. This faade is listed as a protected structure within the Westport and Environs Development Plan 2010-2016.
It is an immensely attractive and imposing residence sitting on an elevated South West facing site. All bedrooms benefit from an uninterrupted view of Croagh Patrick. The interior design of the property incorporates stained glass windows, original parquet floors, and a feature staircase making it a particular attractive building for its time while retaining its uniqueness and in particular the oratory complete with altar and vestment press.
Abbeywood House has been successfully run as a B&B for about 15 years by the present owners. The property is sufficiently large and versatile to accommodate both private owner’s accommodation and guest accommodation. The business has attracted visitors from all over the world due to its charm and convenient town centre location. It is marketed on various accommodation websites and via its own website at http://www.abbeywoodhouse.com. It is currently ranked 4th on Trip Advisor for speciality accommodation in Westport.
Electricity Mains ESB
Telecoms Mains provider
Broadband eFibre at 95 Mb/s
Fire Alarm Fitted
Ber Rating D2 (102888922)
ZONING Abbeywood House is located within the urban area of Westport and falls within the Westport and Environs Development Plan 2010-2016, the property is Zoned A3 (Residential- Low Density Phase 1).
Entrance Hall 3.4m x 2.31m Parquet floor
Office 4.14m x 3.27m Parquet floor, bay window
Main Hallway 12.08m x 1.49m Parquet floor, fitted cupboards to one end
Bedroom 1 3.23m x 4.15m Parquet floor, feature bay window, fitted wardrobes, fitted sink
Oratory 7.25m x 4.88m Parquet floor, mosaic tiled alcove/Oratory
Rear Porch 1.87m x 1.64m Parquet floor, door to yard
Further Hallway 5.76m x 1.49m Parquet floor
Family Living/Dining Room 4.34m x 6.03m Parquet floor
Kitchen 4.59m x 4.84m Feature tiled fireplace, small fitted kitchen, stainless steel sink
Further Back Porch 1.59m x 1.11m Door to back yard
Further Back Hallway 4.74m x 5.98m
Toilet 0.9m x 1.74m Toilet, whb, half-tiled walls, tiled floor
Bedroom/Store Room 3.2m x 3.72m Fitted wardrobes, Parquet floor, timber panelled ceiling
Total Ground Floor Area 194.78 sq. m 2,096 sq. ft
Landing 1.56m x10.98m Parquet floor
Bedroom 2 2.99m x 4.71m Parquet floor, fitted wardrobes, sink
Shower Room 1 0.88m x 1.39m Tiled walls, tiled floor, shower
Shower Room 2 0.88m x 1.39m Tiled walls, tiled floor, shower
Shower Room 3 2.88m x 3.02m 3 individual shower stalls, sink, tiled floor, tiled walls
Hotpress 2.0m x 0.75m
Bathroom 1 1.59m x 3.07m 2 separate toilets, tiled floor, sink
Bathroom 2 2.56m x 1.44m Toilet, bath with overhead shower, whb, tiled floors, half-tiled walls
Bedroom 3 5.1m x 3.0m Parquet floor, sink
Bedroom 4 3.73m x 2.94m Parquet floor, fitted wardrobes, sink
Bedroom 5 3.73m x 2.96m Parquet floor, sink, fitted wardrobes
Bedroom 6 2.94m x 3.74m Parquet floor, fitted wardrobe, sink
Hallway 8.77m x 1.56m Parquet floor
Bedroom 7 5.02m x 5.81m Parquet floor, feature fireplace
Total First Floor Area 143.52 sq. m 1,544 sq. ft.
TOTAL FLOOR AREA 338.30 sq. m 3,641 sq. ft
Strictly By prior appointment with the sole selling agents.
GUIDE PRICE 495,000
Positioned to the west side of Newport road to the rear of the new Scoil Phdraig.
This attractive cottage is set on 1.53 ha (3.78 acres) and is located in the rural townland of Kiltarnet, a short distance off the main N59 Newport to Mulranny road, being approx. 2.6 kms north of Newport in West County Mayo. The surrounding area is largely agricultural interspersed with a number of one-off houses.
The charming town of Newport is located a short distance away and is built on the Newport River. It is serviced with the greenway and is a short distance away from the larger towns of Westport and Castlebar. Newport is positioned on the northern shores of Clew Bay and offers excellent recreational and leisure amenities, with essential facilities of shopping, bars and restaurants.
A charming traditional detached 3 bedroomed cottage built of rendered solid masonry walls under a pitched slate roof. This cottage has been extensively renovated by the current owners and is presented in excellent condition throughout. The property has been extended with a substantial rear extension which is under a flat roof and provides comfortable accommodation. Features of the property include double glazing, central heating, wood stove fire to the living room, mixture of tile, carpet and wooden floors and an attractive bathroom.
ELECTRICITY – Mains
SEWAGE – On site septic tank
WATER – Group Water Scheme
ASKING PRICE 125,000
From Newport continue out the Mulranny Road (N59) for c. 2km until you see a Y junction on your right(look out for the Tuohy OTMoole directional sign). Take the first right turn at this junction and continue down this local road for 500metres, the subject property is on your right with a oeor Sale sign outside.
This superb 4-bedroom detached dormer bungalow extends to 191 square metres with accommodation over two floors. This family home is presented in good condition throughout. A feature of the property is the generous room proportions with one bedroom with en suite shower while two others interconnect with shower/bathroom. Externally the property is located on a generous site of c. 1 acres. Viewing of this spectacular residence is highly recommended to appreciate its quality. There are outstanding works to be done such as fitting a Kitchen and externally landscaping the property, this allows the purchaser to put their own personal stamp and character into the property.
The house is located approximately 6 kms southeast of Westport just off the main Westport to Ballinrobe road and is a convenient location to both Westport, Castlebar and the surrounding locations, it is just a short distance from the Westport Country Lodge Hotel and in close proximity to Knockrooskey Primary School
Westport is a hugely popular coastal town located on the inner shores of Clew Bay and provides a host of excellent retail, leisure, and business facilities. Westport is well connected with road and rail infrastructure, being on the N5, N59 and with several schedule daily train services to Dublin.
Water Fahy Group Water Scheme
Sewage Septic Tank
BER B2: 113031603
ENTRANCE HALL: 3m x 6.4m
Timber floor staircase to first floor, uPVC timber effect front door
LIVING ROOM: 6.9m x 4.7m
Carpeted floor, double glazed doors to side
KITCHEN WITH BREAKFAST AREA: 7.4m x 3.6m
Tiled floor, double glazed doors to side, stainless steel sink unit with fitted floor level kitchen units, electric cooker point uPVC double glazed doors to side, recessed lights
UTILITY ROOM: 3m x 1.9m
Tiled floor, door to back plumbed for washing machine
BATHROOM: 3.4m x 3m
Tiled floor wc, whb, part tiled walls, stainless steel towel radiator, corner shower, wc whb and bath
BEDROOM (1): 4m x 5.3m
Carpeted floor, interconnects with bathroom
LANDING: 2.35m x 5.5m
(includes Hot press)
Timber floor, Velux Attic access
Pre insulated hot water cylinder
BEDROOM (2): 4m x 5.8m
Ensuite: tiled floor, shower part tiled wall, stainless steel towel radiator, Velux window, wc, whb Velux window
BEDROOM (3): 3.3m x 3.6m
Velux window, unfinished floor
SHOWER ROOM: 3.3m x 2m
Tiled floor Velux window, wc, whb shower part tiled walls, stainless steel towel radiator interconnects with bedroom 4
BEDROOM (4): 5.8m x 3.3m plus 2.4m x 1m
A centrally located two storey mid terrace residence within a short stroll of Westport town centre and all its essential amenities. This well maintained property is situate in the paddock, a popular cul de sac housing development.
Internally this house is in pristine condition with high standards of finishes throughout. Externally, there is a private enclosed rear garden with paved area leading to a rear access gate.
Viewing is strictly by appointment with Sole Selling Agents.
BER E1 – 112497730
ENTRANCE PORCH: 1.2500m x 1.1700m
Tiled floor, Hardwood front door Electric Fuse board
LIVING ROOM: 5.32m x 3.3m
Timber floor, open fireplace marble mantle surround hearth and mantle, open shelving with fitted presses under, TV point, uPVC window
KITCHEN: 3.3000m x 4.37m
stainless steel sink, fitted floor and eye level kitchen presses, tiled floor, plumbed for washing machine, electric cooker point, uPVC door to enclosed yard with pedestrian access to Horkans Hill, Circular fluorescent light, Hot-press, hot water cylinder, slatted shelving
LANDING: 3.53m x 0.81m
BEDROOM (1): 3.36m x 3.4m
(front) Timber floor
SHOWER ROOM: 2.4m x 1.64m
Tiled floor, wc, whb, fully tiled walls large walk in shower with Mira shower
BEDROOM (2): 2.82m x 3.36m
Timber floor, fitted wardrobe incorporating vanity unit with pull out drawer storage and mirror
LANDING: 1.78m x 0.91m
BEDROOM 3 (Front) 1.658m x 3.17m
Timber Floor Velux window, Side attic storage
BEDROOM 4: 2.9m x 3.37m
Timber floor, Side attic access x 2, Velux window, and loft attic access
SHED: 1.76m x 2m
Oil Fired Boiler
Low maintenance paved enclosed yard with steps up to
pedestrian Access at rear of property.