Located to the rear of a cul-de-sac in the development, with easy access to Limerick and the M7 Limerick/Dublin Motorway.
Located to the rear of a cul-de-sac in the development, this semi-detached property offers excellent potential in a popular location with easy access to Limerick and the M7 Limerick/Dublin Motorway. The property has been vacant for a number of years and requires complete refurbishment and moderisation throughout. The property offers excellent potential as an investment or as a family home. Off street parking with garden area to the front, side access to rear garden with block wall and natural hedge/tree boundaries. The property was originally built in 1978 in small development in the Montpelier/O'Briensbridge twin villages on the Clare/Limerick Border.
Entrance Hallway 3.9m (12'10") x 2.2m (7'3") Entrance porch leading to hallway with carpeted stairs to first floor bedrooms.
Bedroom 1 3.7m (12'2") x 2.2m (7'3") Single bedroom with front aspect window.
Living Room 4.1m (13'5") x 3.5m (11'6") Located to the rear with large rear aspect window, solid fuel fireplace with brick surround.
Dining Room/Reception 2 4.2m (13'9") x 3.7m (12'2") Solid fuel fireplace with brick surround and access off kitchen area.
Kitchen 3.7m (12'2") x 2.7m (8'10") Kitchen complete with front aspect window and side aspect door leading to garden area.
Landing 2.5m (8'2") x 1.7m (5'7") Landing with solid timber flooring, hot press and attic access.
Bedroom 2 5m (16'5") x 2.7m (8'10") Double bedroom with side aspect window and access to attic eave storage space.
Bedroom 3 5m (16'5") x 2.7m (8'10") Double bedroom with rear aspect velux window and attic eave storage space.
Bathroom 2.3m (7'7") x 1.7m (5'7") Solid timber flooring, rear aspect velux window, plumbing for WC, wash hand basin and bath area.
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