A house in the quiet, rural area of Ballygarve in Killoe, Co Longford has recently appeared on the market with an asking price of €147,500.
‘Orchard House’, a four-bedroom bungalow, is situated 6.5 kilometres south east of Longford - just a 10-minute drive to the town by car.
The residence sits on a spacious and attractive 0.6-acre with a mature landscaped garden, and is served by mains water, sewage treatment and septic tank, oil-fired central heating, electricity and phone connections. The area is also served by a school bus, which should prove to be an added attraction to families with young children.
The house is comprised of an entrance hall with oak flooring, carpeted living room with fireplace, carpeted dining area, kietchen with oak units, integrated oven, hob and solid fuel Stanley cooker, study with laminate flooring, tiled bathroom, and four bedrooms.
The master bedroom features laminated flooring, built-in wardrobes, and an en-suite with electric shower, while the remaining bedrooms are carpeted and have wardrobes installed.
In total, the house has a floor area of 115 square metres.
The sale of the property is being handled by Farrell Brothers Auctioneers of Killashee Street in Longford.
According to Farrells, the countryside residence would suit “the discerning customer seeking peace and tranquility, a quality home with a realistic reserve.”
For more information on the property at Ballygarve, or to arrange a viewing, phone Farrell Brothers on 043 33 41176.
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