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32 Westview, Cloonfad, Co. Roscommon

€65,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 71 sqm approx

Features

  • Located in the village of Cloonfad
  • Ballyhaunis town is km away
BER D1 Rating

Description

If you are a house hunter looking to acquire a town house in the country at a price that in today's property market would buy very little this is your opportunity.

West View, Cloonfad is a small estate within easy commuting distance of Ballyhaunis, Castlebar etc. No 32 comes to market in nice condition, a two-bedroom semi-detached bungalow with parking to the front and a nice rear garden. The entrance hall takes you through to the large sitting room featuring a cast iron open fireplace with wood surround and a bay window. Attractive double French doors lead to the large kitchen with ceramic tiling and a generous supply of quality units. Double patio doors give access to the rear garden.

Both bedrooms are carpeted and have built in wardrobes. The master bedroom includes an en suite with a shower, toilet and whb. The main family bathroom has a toilet, whb and a bath with overhead electric shower.

Rooms

  • Sitting Room (5.4 x 3.7)
  • Kitchen (5.43 x 3.7)
  • Bedroom 1 (4.0 x 3.0)
  • En-Suite (1.83 x 2.30)
  • Bedroom 2 (3.72 x 3.0)
  • Bathroom (2.4 x 1.8)
  • Hall (3.35 x 1.20)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER D1
  • Number: 109882886
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 255.69 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.