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10 Erne Court, Belturbet, Co. Cavan, H14 E651

Lot 09

€50,000 - Sold Price Sold 80 sqm approx

Auction: 22nd Nov 2017 13:00h, Leopardstown Pavilion


  • End of row, cul de sac position
  • OFCH
  • uPVC Double glazed windows
BER D1 Rating


Sherry FitzGerald Declan Woods brings to the market this three bedroom semi-detached property located within a residential development located a short walk from the town of Belturbet and all local amenities.

Extending to 80 sq. meters approx. the property is positioned as end of row in a quiet cul de sac with the local GAA grounds located to the rear of the property.

For Auction in The Pavilion , Leopardstown at 1 pm on Wednesday 22nd November.


  • Entrance Hall (Vinyl to floor.)
  • WC (1.14m x 0.79m WC and wash hand basin.)
  • Sitting room (4.36 x 3.29 Laminate wooden flooring, Marble fireplace with wrought iron insert, conventional open hearth fire.)
  • Kitchen Dining Room (3.19m x 5.78m Vinyl to floor, MDF fitted kitchen, splash tiling. Door to back Garden)
  • First Floor (Stairs and landing carpeted.)
  • Bedroom 1 (2.68 x 2.06 Carpet to floor (single room).)
  • Bedroom 2 (2.98 x 3.19 Carpet to floor.)
  • Hot press (Standard shelved, prelagged tank.)
  • Bedroom 3 (3.3 x 4.35 Carpet to floor.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER D1
  • Number: 110343605
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 243.13

Solicitor Details

  • Name: Eugene F Collins
  • Address: Temple Chambers, 3 Burlington Road, Dublin 4
  • Phone: 01 2026400

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About the Area

Belturbet is a charming town 14 km from Cavan town, 123 km from Dublin city, lying on the N3 road. It is 4 km from the border with Northern Ireland between Cavan and Fermanagh. The area is well served by public transport, linking it to the surrounding towns and villages.

The town contains four schools; three of which are primary. The town's main source of revenue is tourism, which includes fishing, boat cruising, the local railway station and country walks. Employment for most of the locals is in Cavan Town, Ballyconnell or other nearby areas. The town has a Farmers Market every Friday afternoon, where local and fresh produce is sold.