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3 Denes Yard, Cappoquin, Co Waterford, P51F9X3

Lot 15

€75,000 - Guide Price For Sale by Auction

Auction: 12th Dec 2017 13:00h, Leopardstown Pavilion

Description

Large 2 bed end of terraced home set in a convenient location in Cappoquin Town. The property is in need of cosmetic improvements throughout but would make an ideal for investment property or equally suit a first time buyer.

The well-proportioned accommodation briefly comprises entrance hallway that leads to a downstairs w.c., living area with open solid fuel fireplace and under stairs storage. A kitchen/dining completes the downstairs accommodation. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, one ensuite bathroom and a main bathroom.

Rooms

  • Entrance Hall (1.8m x 2.0m Tiled Floor.)
  • W.c. (1.89m x 0.87m Tiled floor. W.h.b. and w.c.)
  • Living Room (3.38m x 4.1m Laminated wood floor. Open solid fuel fireplace. Door to under stairs storage.)
  • Kitchen/dining room (4.5m x 3.2m Tiled floor. Fitted kitchen units. Tiled splash back. Patio doors to patio area. Gas hob, integrated electric oven.)
  • Landing (3.24m x 2.0m Carpet floor.)
  • Master Bedroom (4.49m x 3.2m Laminated flooring.)
  • Ensuite Bathroom (0.89m x 2.3m Tiled floor and shower area. Wc., w.h.b. shower cubicle with shower.)
  • Bedroom 2 (3.6m x 2.35m Laminated flooring.)
  • Bathroom (3.0m x 1.18m Tiled floor. W.c., w.h.b. and bath. Hotpress.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER C2
  • Number: 110403383
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 44.81 kgCO2 /m²/yr

Solicitor Details

  • Name: Kennedy Frewen O'Sullivan
  • Address: St Michael's Street, Tipperary, Co Tipperary
  • Phone: 062 51184
  • Address: info@kfos.ie

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About the Area

Cappoquin is a town in west Waterford, on the Blackwater river at the junction of the N72 national secondary road and the R669 regional road. It is positioned on a bend in the river and nestles at the foot of the Knockmealdown Mountains. Popular local pursuits include Gaelic games, rowing, and fishing. Within the town centre employment is provided by a variety of shops and businesses typical of a rural Irish town. Some of the largest individual local employers are located on the Cappoquin industrial estate. Surrounded by fertile fields, farming and agriculture plays an important role in the town, providing employment on farms and orchards scattered around the area.