On the market and valued at €80,000 until recently, a North Longford house has now had almost a fifth knocked off its asking price.
The three-bed bungalow located at Creevy Upper near Granard currently carries an asking price of €65,000, which equates to a price drop of 18.75 percent.
Extensively renovated in recent years, the property stands on a 0.6 acre site in scenic surroundings on the Granard to Ballyjamesduff road, approximately four miles outside Granard town.
The grounds comprise of well-maintained mature gardens to the front and rear, with shrubbery, flower beds, apple trees, and a large patio area. There is also ample room to extend or to construct another dwelling, while existing outbuildings also have the potential to be converted into accomodation. The site also includes entrance walls and wooden gates to enhance the privacy of the property.
Consisting of an entrance hallway, sitting room, kitchen, three bedrooms and a bathroom, the house comes with the kitchen fitted-out with brand new Shaker units and counter top, cooker, fridge-freezer, dishwasher, and washing machine. All blinds, curtains and light fittings are also included as part of the sale.
In addition, the building comes with UPVC double-glazed windows and doors and has oil central heating.
At its current asking price, the property is ideal for the first-time buyer. The house can be viewed online at http://bit.ly/creevyupper.