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Home & Property

Four bed gem in Little Island

Wednesday, 17th April, 2019 4:16pm

1 The Fairways, Little Island

The fact that this house has been recently upgraded will attract a flurry of buyers to it.

It’s a four-bedroom, two storey house and is laid out in a very family friendly manner with generous open spaces in Little Island.

In the heart of any home is the kitchen and this won’t disappoint. It has a large selection of fitted beech-style units with wicker baskets and wine rack and there’s access to the back gardens from it too.

The living room is just as nice as it’s bright and spacious and features an open fireplace with gas fire connection and marble surround and top. There’s also cornicing and a rose centre.

DNG Murphy Condon are managing the sale of this detached home.

Jean Shanahan from DNG Murphy Condon said: “In excellent interior condition, the property has been recently upgraded to include brand new carpets, refurbished bathrooms, repainted throughout and granite worktops in the kitchen.

“The large living area opens out to the generous rear gardens making it ideal for family gatherings and a safe setting for children.

“Bedrooms are upstairs and downstairs and are very generous in proportion.”

There are four bedrooms in the house with the master bedroom coming with an en-suite.

As for the outside of the property, there is a cobble lock driveway at the front as well as gardens which are laid to lawn.

Meanwhile, the back garden sits on about one-quarter of an acre and is not overlooked.

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