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13 Castletown Road, Dundalk, Co. Louth, A91 K0E3

€130,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty


  • PVC double glazed windows
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Garage to the rear
  • End of terrace
  • Enclosed rear yard with side access
BER G RatingView floorplans (1)


This choice end of terrace residence is located fronting the Castletown Road, just a short stroll from the town centre, schools, shops, train station and all amenities. The M1 motorway is approximately three kms to the west.

The residence, though in need of some moderisation, offers lots of potential and can be transformed into a fine family home. The enclosed side yard with garage is an added bonus. The current layout of accommodation includes sitting room, living room, kitchen/diner, four bedrooms and two bathrooms.


The subject property is contained within the Dundalk and Environs Development Plan 2009-2015 and is zoned Town Centre Mixed Use which is defined as "To provide for mixed use development". Permissible uses under this zoning include: B&B, Crèche, Funeral Home, Office (Class 2), Residential, Medical Surgery, shop and Vetinary Surgery.

Viewing is highly recommended.


  • Kitchen/Diner (5.81m x 3m Tiled floor & PT walls Fitted kitchen units)
  • Shower (2.77m x 1.52m)
  • Living Room (3.28m x 2.65m Feature fireplace)
  • Sitting Room (5.69m x 3.39m Feature fireplace Under stairs storage)
  • Upstairs Bathroom (2.50m x 1.36m Tiled walls WC, vanity & bath)
  • Bedroom One (4.40m x 2.35m)
  • Bedroom Two (2.60m x 2.40m)
  • Bedroom Three (2.80m x 3.50m Built in storage)
  • Bedroom Four (2.24m x 2.26m)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER G
  • Number: 110210267
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 450.66

About the Area

Dundalk is the county town and administrative capital of County Louth, situated where the Castletown River flows into Dundalk Bay. The town is close to the border with Northern Ireland and equidistant from Dublin and Belfast. The town's name, which was historically written as Dundalgan, has associations with the mythical warrior Cú Chulainn. In 2003 Dundalk was amongst nine cities and towns to be designated Gateway status in the Irish Government's National Spatial Strategy.