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Ballinagore, Arklow, Co. Wicklow., Y14KD37

€295,000 - Asking Price Sale Agreed 167 sqm approx


  • Services:
  • Oil fired radiator central heating.
  • Water from well on site.
  • Sewage to septic tank on site.
  • Included in Sale
  • Carpets, Curtains, Blinds, Light fittings, Double Oven, Hob, Washing Machine and Fridge.
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Spacious light filled family home c. 167 sq. m (1,800 sq. ft) on c. 1 acre mature colourful gardens superbly located boasting magnificent views of rolling countryside to the Irish Sea. This home was designed to take full advantage of the stunning views from this very special location. Watch the sunrise from your bed, or sit in the relaxing Sitting room with a cup of tea and be thankful to live in such a special place. Accommodation is 2 Living rooms, kitchen, 4/5 good bedrooms 3 bathrooms and workshop all set on a very special elevated mature acre. The M11 is only 10k away so commuting and living the dream is an achievable objective. National Schools are at Johnstown 4.5K and Ballycooge 3k, shop, hotel and golf course at Woodenbridge 5k, major shopping, secondary schooling, commuter bus & train links are all at Arklow 10k. A perfect location for a great family home. The immediate vicinity is steeped in history, culture and a bit of magic and Celtic mist. The Bronze Age Ballinagore Cist Grave Urn dating from 2000 B.C. was found in a nearby field known as the river field, artifacts of which are currently in the National Museum. Panning for gold in the nearby goldmines river could be a great pastime for the new owners in the footsteps of the Panners in the Irish Gold Rush.

Ask the locals to point out that magic bit of road where water runs uphill and your car will freewheel uphill !!!! A unique area steeped in culture and mystery. This very comfortable family home has been upgraded over the years and lovingly maintained.

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  • Entrance Hall (4.32m x 1.68m carpet to floor, doors off to Sitting room and Living room)
  • Hallway (7.47m x 1.07m doors off to bedrooms and bathroom)
  • Sittingroom (6.2m x 3.66m Views to the valley countryside and the Irish Sea beyond are quite spectacular from the large picture window and the 2 smaller side windows, sit relax be thankful. Carpet to floor, wood burning stove, double doors to)
  • Livingroom / diningroom (5.94m x 3.5m dual aspect windows to side and rear garden,)
  • Kitchen (3.73m x 3.05m a light filled room with 2 windows to take full advantage of the beautiful views, a fine array of fitted units at floor and eye level with tiling to walls around units and to floor. Double oven and hob, washing machine and fridge included in the sale.)
  • Master Bedroom (5.49m x 4.98m lie in bed and see the sun rise out of the Irish sea, the blackout lining in the curtains here are essential for those early Summer mornings. Windows in 3 walls to take full advantage of the views and light, a fine spacious light filled room, carpet to floor)
  • En suite (1.83m x 1.52m Triton T 90 shower. w.c. whb. attractive tiling around shower unit and to floor)
  • Bedroom 2 (5.49m x 3.43m dual aspect windows to rear and side garden, a fine big room with fitted shelving and storage)
  • En Suite (1.98m x 1.52m shower unit, w.c. whb.)
  • Bedroom 3 (3.5m x 3.2m lovely room overlooking rear garden, laminate flooring)
  • Bedroom 4 (3.28m x 3.2m sea views over front garden and patio, carpet to floor)
  • Bedroom 5/office (3.28m x 2.6m lovely views to the front garden and sea beyond, carpet to floor)
  • Bathroom (2.74m x 2.13m attractive suite comprising bath, w.c. whb. Lovely tiling on all walls floor to ceiling and on floor)
  • Workshop (6.1m x 3.8m a very useful store workshop with both power supply and water.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER D1
  • Number: 107918757
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 245.57

About the Area

Arklow's proximity to Dublin led to it becoming a thriving commuter town with a population of 13,009 at the 2011 census. Arklow is at the mouth of the River Avoca (formerly Avonmore). The town is divided by the river, which is crossed by the Nineteen Arches Bridge, a stone arch bridge linking the southern or main part of the town with the northern part, called Ferrybank. There are eight primary schools located around the town (including one Gaelscoil), and four secondary schools.

The N11/M11 from Dublin to Rosslare bypasses Arklow between junctions 20 and 21, becoming a motorway heading southbound from junction 20. This will connect the existing N11 Arklow Bypass with the existing N11 Rathnew/Ashford Bypass creating motorway from Dublin to Gorey. Rail connections are provided by Iarnród Éireann along the Dublin-Rosslare railway line, including commuter and intercity services in and out of the capital. There is also a train to Dundalk available daily. Bus Éireann provides several routes through Arklow. In addition, Wexford Bus operates several services day and night linking Arklow with Dublin Airport.

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