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12 Cricket Court, Dunmore Road, Tuam, Co. Galway

€175,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 179 sqm approx

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Features

  • Small exclusive estate.
  • Perfect location.
  • Attic converted.
  • Solid oak doors, etc.
  • Ideal family home or investment property.
  • 178.5sq m / 1921sq ft approx.
BER B3 Rating

Description

Cricket Court is a charming small estate of high quality houses on the Dunmore Road , on the outskirts of Tuam Town. The houses here have a feeling of exclusivity conferred by good design, generous proportions and a meticulous attention to detail.

No. 12 is a semi-detached house and the front of the estate set back from the main road and opposite the green area surrounding Valero. The house itself is large and spacious. The front hall leads to a very attractive sitting room with an open fire and a polished wood floor. To the rear, a well-fitted kitchen/dining room offers perfect family accommodation. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, one is ensuite and all have generous wardrobe space. The attic has been converted and serves as a den, study or playroom.

The quality and proportions of this house have few rivals in semi-detached properties currently on offer. All doors are solid oak, tiling and finishes one of the highest standard.

This is a perfect family home in a dream location and is bound to attract much attention from the discerning buyer.

BER Information

  • Rating: BER B3
  • Number: 100435981
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 127.22 (kWh/m2/yr)

About the Area

Tuam (pop. 8,242) is a town in County Galway, situated west of the midlands of Ireland, and north of Galway city. Tuam is best known as a centre of church affairs, ancient and modern and has two cathedrals. The town owes its foundation to a monastery established here in the 6th century by St. Jarlath. The ruins of Temple Jarlath, in the centre of the city, date from around 1360. The 14' 12 century High Cross of Tuam, a decorated sandstone piece, was once broken in three, with each piece in different ownership. It is now situated in the rebuilt (1878) Church of Ireland cathedral, which has a magnificent red sandstone chancel arch in laboured Romanesque, erected certainly between 1128 and 1152.

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