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17 Cluain Si, Hartley, Carrick On Shannon, Leitrim

€105,000 - Asking Price Sale Agreed

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Features

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Entrance Hall
  • Reception Room
  • Kitchen Dining Room
  • Bathroom
BER D1 RatingView floorplans (1)

Description

New to the market is this 3 bed semi detached house located in a small development approx 2km from Carrick On Shannon.

Accommodation comprises of entrance hall, living room, kitchen/dining area, 3 bedrooms (master ensuite) and family bathroom.

The property is in good condition throughout, however would benefit from some modernisation.

Cluain Si Hartley is a short distance from Carrick On Shannon which offers a wide variety of shops, services and wonderful views of the River Shannon

Viewing comes highly recommended.

Rooms

  • Entrance Hall (5.33m x 2.08m)
  • Reception Room (3.81m x 4.72m)
  • Kitchen Dining Room (6.00m x 3.14m)
  • W/c Under Stairs (0.75m x 1.65m)
  • Landing (2.07m x 3.38m)
  • Bedroom 1 (3.27m x 4.00m)
  • En-Suite off Bedroom 1 (1.56m x 1.67m)
  • Bedroom 2 (3.85m x 3.10m)
  • Bedroom 3 (2.50m x 2.66m)
  • Bathroom (2.00m x 2.08m)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER D1
  • Number: 109888495
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 226.21kwh/m2/ye

About the Area

Carrick-on-Shannon is the county town of County Leitrim. It is also the smallest main county town in Ireland, situated on a strategic crossing point of the River Shannon and is the largest town in the county. The population of the town was 3,980 in 2011. It is the gateway to the Shannon–Erne Waterway, Lough Key, Acres Lake and Lough Allen via the picturesque villages of Cootehall, Knockvicar, Jamestown, Leitrim Village, Drumshanbo and Keshcarrigan and is only a short distance away from the Glens of North Leitrim.

Carrick-on-Shannon is situated on a fording point of the Shannon. In the vicinity of Drumsna, on the County Roscommon border, are the remains of an Iron Age fortification. Historic buildings are the "Carrick Castle", the Workhouse and Famine Graveyard, Hatley Manor, St George's Church of Ireland and the Costello Chapel.