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Apartment 6, Fairgreen Apartments, Fairgreen, Kilmacthomas, Co Waterford, X42C864

Lot 08

€35,000 - Guide Price Sale Agreed 48 sqm approx

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

Description

This two bedroom apartment, located in an in the centre of Kilmacthomas with ample parking. Whilst in need of a make over this apartment is a great investment.

Located only 16 miles from Waterford City, 13 miles from Dungarvan town and well serviced by local shops, pubs, schools and other amenities in the town.

Rooms

  • Living Area (4.8m x 5.4m Laminated floor.)
  • Kitchen (2.5m x 2.9m Fitted kitchen. Tiled floor)
  • Hallway (3.6m x .97m Laminated floor.)
  • Bedroom 1 (2.5m x 3.1m Laminated floor.)
  • Bathroom (2.5m x 2.1m Tiled floor and wet area. W.c., w.h.b, shower.)
  • Bedroom 2 (3.0m x 3.6m Laminated floor.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER D1
  • Number: 110403359
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 46.91 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

Kilmacthomas (Irish: Coill Mhic Thomáisín), often referred to locally as "Kilmac", is a town on the River Mahon in County Waterford. It lies on the R677 immediately north of the N25 national primary road from Dungarvan to Waterford. The town has a population of around 1,800 people. The Flahavan's cereal factory began milling Irish oats here in about 1785, and today it makes oatmeal and other cereal products. Alaska Fireplaces make fireplaces in Kilmacthomas, which are sold nationwide. Kilmacthomas acts as a dormitory town for Waterford and Dungarvan. There are 4 schools in Kilmacthomas, and 16 within 15 km of Kilmacthomas.

 The chief tourist attraction in the locality is Mahon Falls. The Mahon River has a stock of wild brown trout and Salmon trout (know locally as "Pale"). Kilmac' is located halfway between Waterford City and the county capital; Dungarvan. West of the village are the foothills of the Comeragh mountains, while five miles to the south is the 'Copper Coast' with the beach of Bonmahon / Bunmahon(Bún Machan).