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Beautiful Ballyvolane bungalow

Wednesday, 26th February, 2020 4:16pm

Whether it’s taking your first step on the property ladder or looking for an investment, this spacious three bedroom, semi-detached dormer bungalow in Clonard, Ballyvolane is a must see!

The house is in a quiet and mature residential development within walking distance to all amenities Ballyvolane has to offer, like Dunnes Stores and Lidl which are just a short stroll from the property as well as Blackpool Shopping Centre which is just a few minutes’ drive away.

Patricia Stokes, who is looking after the sale for Lisney, said: “This home is in good condition throughout. Built in 1988, this home boasts both living and bedroom accommodation at ground floor level as well as bedrooms on the first floor.

“It is close to an abundance of primary and secondary schools with many within walking distance including St Patrick’s Girls and Boys National School, Mayfield Community School, St Mark’s Boys National School and Scoil Naomh Eoin Easpal. Glen Rovers Hurling Club and Mayfield GAA club are within a short drive too.”

Its accommodation extends to entrance porch, reception hall, kitchen, open plan living/dining room, a bedroom and guest toilet, which are all on ground floor level. The first floor includes two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is a driveway to the front of the house with ample parking and a paved area offering low maintenance.

The front garden is currently paved with ample parking space and south facing orientation. The property overlooks a communal green area to front which will prove attractive to any would be purchaser. There is a tiered garden to the back of the property with two distinct levels and a detached shed for storage.

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