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Suantrai, Rivers, Mountshannon Road, Lisnagry, Co. Limerick

€420,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 175 sqm approx

Description

Sherry FitzGerald are pleased to bring Suantrai, Mountshannon Road, Lisnagry, to the market. Suantrai, meaning ‘lullaby’, is certainly tranquil and peaceful, and you will not be disappointed when you experience the setting. Set on over an acre of landscaped lawns, this superb detached bungalow will appeal to families seeking to relocate beyond the city limits while retaining the residential amenities afforded by Castletroy and Annacotty. Spanning over 1,884 sq. ft., the dwelling comprises 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, sitting room, sunroom, kitchen/dining room and utility room. Originally constructed in 1979, the property has undergone an extensive refurbishment, outside and inside, at the hands of its current owners, arriving to the market today as a modern, energy efficient family home in an exceptional location.

Suantraí is situated in the heart of a well-established community. The property is centrally positioned on the Mountshannon Road, providing immediate access to the Dublin Road and School Road, Lisnagry. The selection of both primary and secondary schools within minutes of the property is unrivalled, namely Lisnagry National School, Milford N.S., Monaleen N.S, and Castletroy College. Plassey Business Park and the University of Limerick are just a stone’s throw away, alongside quick access to all major road networks for those commuting to Limerick City or the mid-west region.

Internally, the entrance hall, with cloakroom, leads to the living room to your left. A vaulted ceiling enhances the feeling of space in this room, as do floor to ceiling windows overlooking the front lawns. Laid with solid red oak wood floors and tastefully decorated, the living room is complete with an imposing black marble feature open fireplace as its centre-point.

The living room links through to the open plan kitchen/dining room, the natural focal point of the home. Both have solid red oak wood floors. A fitted solid pippy oak kitchen houses a range of integrated appliances, including an electric Creda double oven, gas hob, Bosch dishwasher and Zanussi fridge – with a separate fully plumbed utility room offering further practical space. The dining area is flooded with natural light via overhead Velux windows, leading through to the impressive sun room toward the rear of the property. Fitted with a wood-fired stove, this space allows year-long enjoyment of the property’s rural surroundings. The stunning views of the south facing garden are enhanced by a pergola, maturely shrubbed and electrically lit by night. Patio doors provide access to the garden, patio and rear lawns.

Further down the hall there are a total of 4 excellent bedrooms, 3 double and 1 single, all with solid red oak floors, with plenty of integrated storage space, shelved hotpress, a main bathroom, and an additional ensuite in the master bedroom. The main bathroom has a separate shower and bath, is fully tiled and complete with heated towel rail and fitted with a new Mira Elite QT electric shower (as is the ensuite). A Stira staircase provides access to the attic level which must be seen to appreciate the scope of its potential. Suantrai is partially converted, designed to provide an extra three bedrooms and bathroom (extra 540 sq feet total convertible floor area) at the first floor attic level (subject to planning permission), offering the potential to redefine and substantially expand the existing accommodation.

Accommodation:

Ent Hall, Living, Kitchen/Dining, Sunroom, Main Bath, 4 Bedrooms (3 Double, 1 Ensuite).

Floor area = 1884sq ft approx.

Front porch. Entrance hallway with cloakroom. Large sitting room with vaulted ceiling and floor to ceiling windows with black marble featured fireplace. Kitchen/dining with solid pippy oak units, integrated appliances and vaulted ceiling and separate utility room. Large, south facing sunroom, with vaulted ceiling and wood burning stove. 3 large double bedrooms with built in wardrobes, 1 single bedroom, family bathroom and ensuite shower room. Large partially converted attic with potential for three further bedrooms and family bathroom. Solid red oak flooring throughout with the exception of a superb Karndean kitchen floor and tiled bathroom, utility and ensuite.

Garage: standard garage with roll up door to fit a large car.

Services: OFCH, BER: D1, Alarm, Block Garage, Septic Tank, Water: Group Scheme.

Garden:

The gardens at Suantrai stretch to approx. 1.1 Acres and are mature and private. The shrubs and flowers have been handpicked, ensuring colour throughout the four seasons. At the rear, availing of the south facing aspect, is a large pergola with strip lighting and mature wisteria and climbing roses, perfect for a summer BBQ, or to view from the large sunroom. Tarmac drive with beautifully paved footpaths and patio area. Separate block built garage, boiler room and fuel store.

Rooms

  • Hallway (3.23m x 2.36m)
  • Living Room (5.94m x 3.96m)
  • Kitchen Dining Room (7.4m x 3.96m)
  • Utility Room (2.82m x 2.4m)
  • Master Bedroom (5.03m x 3.96m)
  • Hallway (7.47m x 1.04m)
  • Ensuite (1.83m x 1.83m)
  • Bedroom 2 (4.57m x 3.96m)
  • Bedroom 3 (3.66m x 3.35m)
  • Bedroom 4 (2.44m x 2.74m)
  • Bathroom (2.74m x 1.98m)
  • Sunroom (5.64m x 5.33m)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER D1
  • Number: 109651430
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 248.31 kWh/m²/yr

About the Area

Kilcornan is a parish about seventeen kilometres west of Limerick city on the N69. According to the 2006 census the population of Kilcornan was 671, an increase of 39 since 2002. Lewis's Topographical Dictionary notes that the earliest identifiable settlements in Kilcornan were Danish. The lands changed hands several times during the Tudor era. There is a Catholic church and a National School on the main road as well as a public house and shop.

Apart from Curraghchase the next most visited tourism site in Kilcornan is the Stonehall Visitor Park. There is also a noted go kart track. It is located across the River Shannon from Shannon Airport, County Clare.

 

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