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11 Station Road, Potarlington, Co. Laois, R32 X921

€110,000 - Asking Price Sold


  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Galley Kitchen
  • Shower Room
  • Original 4 panel doors
  • Traditional Picture rail.
  • Spacous Garden
  • Shed.
BER E1 Rating


Station road is one of the most sought after locations in Portarlington and it is easy to see why. With the town centre a stroll away, primary schools moments away and the train station walking distance.

The owners have kept the property in great condition.

At ground floor level there is a cosy bright sitting room with wooden floor and open fire.

A galley style kitchen with fitted units is located to the rear.

At first floor level are 2 double bedrooms and a further single.

The entire house has been refurbished and repainted in recent times. The family shower-room is tiled with a shower, wc & whb and is located on the ground floor.

Portarlington is a great location with over 20 trains a day to Dublin and at the junction of the south and west. The road network is as good as the rail with access onto the M7/8 moments away.

The town has 2 supermarkets, primary & post primary schools. A top of the range leisure centre. Golfing is available at both Portarlington & The Heritage. Emo is a short drive where you take advantage of this lovely estate setting for a range of lake or wooded walks.


  • Entrance Hall (Very spacious and a great sense of light with access to both the front and rear. Stone tiled floor.)
  • Living Room (Wooden floor. Full of light. Open Fire. Hotpress. Traditional Picture rails.)
  • Kitchen (Fitted Oak units. Plumbed for dishwasher & washing machine.)
  • Shower room (Tiled floor to celing. Vanity sink unit built in. Shower.)
  • Bedroom 1 (Double bedroom with wooden floor. Picture Rail.)
  • Bedroom 2 (Double bedroom with wooden floor. Picture Rail.)
  • Bedroom 3 (Single bedroom with wooden floor. Picture Rail.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER E1
  • Number: 109888024
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 322.79 kWh/m²/yr

About the Area

Portarlington (from Irish: Cúil an tSúdaire) is a town on the border of County Laois and County Offaly. The town is split by the River Barrow, with County Offaly on the south bank and County Laois on the north Bank. The town is mostly flat, with some slight street undulations. The southern end of the town is dominated visually by another glacial hill, know locally as 'Corrig'. This hill is topped by a stone structure called the 'spire', built the latter half of the 19th century. Portarlington is also home to a world-class golf course.

The land on the south side of town is well drained and rises slowly towards the hill of Corrig. This land is agriculturally productive and market farming is practised here. Views from all sides of Corrig can be impressive, with spectacular views of the midlands. Locals enjoy the privacy and tranquillity of the verdant countryside, while never far from modern day amenities and facilities. Aside from the convenient location, it is the beauty and vibrancy of the natural landscape that attracts buyers to the area.