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Lisegerton, Dublin Road, Portlaoise, Laois, R32 YT5Y

€265,000 - Asking Price Sale Agreed


  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Entrance Porch
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Garage
  • Alarm
  • Walled Site
  • Total Privacy
  • Development potential
  • Mature landscaped gardens
BER F Rating


"Lisegerton" is an oasis of tranqulity in the centre of the town.

Lisegerton offers all a house hunter could wish for. There are 3 reception rooms all with huge south facing windows overlooking a mature landscaped garden. There are 4 bedrooms. 2 bathrooms and guest WC.

Whilst the decor is a little dated the house was maintained to a high standard over the years. There is an opportunity for a savvy buyer to own a little bit of heaven. The added bonus of the south facing gardens attract the sun all day and the mature trees at the front of the site provide privacy.

The property is not overlooked in anyway...

Ideal property in a super location...


  • Entrance Porch (Added in recent years to provide a warm portective entrance. Tiled floor.)
  • Entrance Hall (Large corridor providing access to all rooms. Coat press. Carpet.)
  • Kitchen (Galley style kitchen with white fitted units. Back door.)
  • Dining Room (Large bright south facing room with French door to the garden.)
  • Reception Room (Large Double room with open fire. South facing landscape window.)
  • Living Room (Very large room with double aspect. Coving. Carpet.)
  • Bathroom 1 (wc. WHB. Bath)
  • Guest WC (wc)
  • Bedroom 1 (Double room facing south. carpet.)
  • Bedroom 2 (Smaller of the bedrooms located to the front of the house. Carpet.)
  • Bedroom 3 (Double Bedroom. Carpet Sliderobes.)
  • Bedroom 4 (Double Bedroom. Carpet Sliderobes. Double Aspect.)
  • Bathroom 2 (wc. whb and bath.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER F
  • Number: 110268828
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 403.62 kWh/m²/yr

About the Area

Portlaoise stands at a major crossroads (Dublin, Limerick, Cork) although construction in the 1990s of the M7 motorway, which bypasses the town, has reduced traffic congestion in the town centre. The town has a railway station served by intercity trains between Dublin and Cork and by Dublin commuter services. Córas Iompair Éireann opened a rail depot south-west of Portlaoise town centre in 2008. The depot provides a high quality maintenance and servicing facility for the 183 new intercity railcars and some facilities for outer suburban railcars serving the Kildare Route.