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8, Sullane Weirs, Killarney Road, Macroom, Co. Cork

€380,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 196 sqm approx

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BER C2 Rating

Description

Exceptional 4/5 bedroomed detached residence in pristine condition on a large site with front and rear manicured gardens. This property offers a rare opportunity to acquire an superb family home of 2100 sq.ft. in a much sought after location.

Rooms

  • Entrance Porch (1.8m x 1.7m)
  • Spacious hallway (5.92m x 2.39m)
  • Kitchen Dining Room (8.5m x 4.45m Very well proportioned with bay window offering excellent light. Kitchen with shaker units and granite work top. Large 5 plate Parkenson Cowan Range (electric & gas), Belfast sink, ample socktets, tv and broaband points. Marble fireplace and cast iron stove.)
  • Living Room (5.49m x 3.83m Well proportyioned room with bay window, built in storage shelving, ornate timber fire place.)
  • Utility Room (3.0m x 2.18m Fully fitted shaker units, plumbed for washing machine and dryer. Oil Fired boiler.)
  • Bathroom (3.05m x 1.68m Walk in shower, toile and wash basin (white).)
  • Bedroom 1 (3.45m x 3.07m Double bedroom with westerly aspect.)
  • Living Room/bedroom (5.0m x 3.03m Door to patio area and rear garden.)
  • Hallway (2.85m x 2.28m Spacious hallway with access to attic.)
  • Master Bedroom ensuite (5.37m x 4.0m Very spacious with walk in wardrobe and fully fitted ensuite.)
  • Bedroom 3 (4.23m x 3.83m Double bedroom with spacious walk in wardrobe.)
  • Bedroom 4 (3.89m x 3.03m Large room with storage.)
  • Bathroom (2.63m x 1.81m Large antique style bathroom with period style bath.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER C2
  • Number: 109967513
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 185.27

About the Area

Macroom (pop. 2,836) is situated inland from Cork on the Sullane River. It's a busy market town set in the middle of some of the best dairying land in Ireland. Weekly cattle and sheep marts are still busy occasions. Macroom Castle, built in Norman times, was once as big as the Tower of London. Today the castle gateway, located just off the main town square, is still an imposing building but the rest of the castle is in ruins. Not far outside the town is an ancient forest called the Gearagh, formed towards the end of the Ice age. Gearagh is an old Irish name for a wooded river and is so called because the forest covers thousands of tiny islands with streams in between. Today it's a protected region and teeming with wildlife.

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