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1 Mary Street, Durrow, Laois

Lot 07

€75,000 - Guide Price For Sale by Auction 52 sqm approx

Auction: 12th Dec 2017 13:00h, Leopardstown Pavilion

Features

  • Central location
  • 2 Double bedrooms
  • Large living room
BER F Rating

Description

Sherry Fitzgerald Hyland Keating have the pleasure of placing this Artesian town house in the centre of Durrow on the market. This property is a compact two bedroom stone faced end terrace located in the heart of Durrow beside the green and all services of the town.

The accommodation comprises of living room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms and bath room. All main services are connected and the property was modernised in recent years. The house is an ideal residence for first time purchasers or investor and is priced to sell.

Rooms

  • Kitchen (4.7m x 2.1m Small Galley style kitchen with fitted units. Door to yard.)
  • Living Room (4.5m x 4.7m Main entrance area with stairwell. Large room with wooden floor and open fireplace.)
  • Bedroom 1 (2.7m x 4.7m Double room)
  • Bedroom 2 (3.8m x 3.7m Double room to rear.)
  • Showerroom (2m x 1.6m)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER F
  • Number: 109628149
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 425.57 kWh/m²/yr

Solicitor Details

  • Name: Mason Hayes & Curran
  • Address: South Bank House, Barrow Street, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 4
  • Phone: 016145000
  • Address: dublin@mhc.ie

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About the Area

The natural beauty of Durrow is created by the juxtaposition of well wooded fertile land and the abundance of clean fish-laden running water found here at the confluence of the rivers Erkina, Goul, Gully and Nore has attracted settlers and visitors all through history. This sylvan landscape from which our town takes its very name (Darmhagh Ua nDuach – the oak plain) has favoured settlement from earliest times.

There have been many changes over the years in Durrow, but through all the changes the one enduring constant has been the great natural beauty of the countryside.