Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, in a rural setting, this homestead is ideal
for children or the retired, as the surrounding area is safe, peaceful and
The bungalow is approximately 27 years old, and has three bedrooms, two
double bedrooms, plus one larger bedroom with a newly built en-suite
bathroom. It has a large bright sitting room with a cast iron stove, facing
onto the front garden, with views of the surrounding countryside. It has
all services connected.
The dining area and kitchen are integrated, and this area catches the sun
from midday right through until late evening. Light, bright and airy, the
living areas are spacious and well proportioned.
The windows are PVC double-glazed and the loft space is well insulated, and
the entire house is warmed by an oil fired central heating system. The
original roof tiles have been newly and completely replaced.
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Both front and rear gardens are mature, containing well established fruit
trees, and the home is bordered by native trees and hedges, giving it a
cosy, sheltered feeling.
The property covers approx. 1.3 acres of ground, with valuable potential
for further development, such as building sites etc. The well-fenced
vegetable garden to the rear of the holding is ideally suited for the
homeowner who likes to be self sufficient and grow fruit and vegetables.
The vegetable garden grows potatoes, carrots, cauliflower, peas, beans and
many other such produce. There is sufficient grazing to keep some farm
animals such as sheep, goats etc.
The property has several recently built outbuildings that are suitable for
many uses, and are currently used as workshops, toolsheds and storage, and
not least as commercial kennels with excellent housing for sixteen to
twenty adult dogs. All outhouses and storage areas are well lit and freshly
The property is within walking distance of fishing lakes, and is
approximately ten to twelve miles from the river Shannon, depending on
which part of the river you visit. There are many fishing lakes in the
area, along with a choice of good golf courses.
Leisure and historic areas such as Lough Key Forest Park, Carrowkeel
Megalithich Tombs and many other places of interest are within easy reach,
as is the famous Strokestown House, which is a ten minute car journey away.
The property is close to the towns of Elphin, Boyle, Strokestown, not
forgetting the busy and modern market town of Carrick-on-Shannon, with its
large and well developed boating complex, where cruisers, both large and
small, can be easily hired. The historical towns of Longford and Roscommon
are approximately twenty minutes drive from the property. Athlone is 60
kilometers away, and Galway 110.