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21 Father Murphy Square, Kilkenny, R95 8W8Y

€195,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 111 sqm approx

Next Viewing: Saturday, 21st April, from 10:00h to 10:30h


  • Extended three bedroom family home
  • Presented in good condition
  • Ample off-street parking
  • Gated side entrance
  • Property overlooking a mature green
  • Large rear garden (123ft in length approx.)
  • Vehicular access to detached garage
  • Property not overlooked to rear
  • PVC double glazed windows
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Mature location convenient to all amenities
BER E2 Rating


** open viewing Saturday 21st April from 10am to 10.30am **

21 Father Murphy Square is an extended three bedroom end of terrace property with the added bonus of a large rear garden (measuring 123ft in length approx.). The property overlooks a mature green area and has ample off-street parking for two cars.

The accommodation at ground level comprises; entrance hall, bedroom three/reception room, living room, family/dining room and kitchen. The layout upstairs comprises: bright landing with side window, two large double bedrooms and recently upgraded shower room.

The front garden is walled on both sides and laid in cobble lock providing secure off-street parking for two cars. A side gate gives access to an enclosed side passage which is plumbed for a washing machine. The is an outside toilet to the rear of the property with an enclosed lean-to area which gives access to the rear garden. The large rear garden is walled on one side and laid in lawn. A detached garage with rear vehicular access is located at the end of the garden. There is potential to extend the property further subject to necessary planning permission.

Father Murphy Square is a mature and well established convenient to all local amenities in Kilkenny city. Nearby schools include CBS primary & secondary, Loreto secondary & St Canice’s National school. Market Cross Shopping Centre is also within close proximity. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate what this property has to offer in this very popular location.


  • Entrance Hall (3.52m x 1.79m A PVC door with glass inset opens into a bright hallway. Fitted carpet on halls, stairs and landing.)
  • Bedroom Three/Reception Room (3.55m x 2.31m Spacious room located to the front of the property. Wooden floor and fitted wardrobes.)
  • Living Room (3.57m x 3.92m Good sized room with tiled open fireplace. Dual fitted cupboards. Fitted carpet and sliding door to family/dining room.)
  • Family/Dining Room (4.78m x 3.33m Spacious room to the rear with freestanding oil fired stove (not connected to the radiators). Wooden floor and dual built-in cupboards. Open plan access to kitchen. Door to enclosed side entrance.)
  • Kitchen (3.42m x 1.75m Fitted with wall and floor units. Eye level electric oven and four ring ceramic hob. Integrated fridge. Wooden floor and side window.)
  • Landing (1.80m x 1.96m Bright landing area with side window. Hatch to attic space.)
  • Bedroom Two (3.65m x 3.90m Good sized double room located to the rear of the property. Built-in cupboards and wooden floor.)
  • Bedroom One (5.15m x 2.43m Master bedroom with two windows located to the front of the property. Built-in wardrobe and seperae)
  • Shower Room (1.73m x 1.79m)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER E2
  • Number: 110791829
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 378.28

About the Area

County Kilkenny is located in the 'sunny southeast' of Ireland, and is home to some of the most exquisite sites landscapes in the country. It is built on both banks of the River Nore in the province of Leinster. The borough has a population of 8,711, however the majority of the population live outside the borough boundary, the 2011 Irish Census gives the total population of the Borough & Environs as 24,423. Kilkenny is a popular tourist destination. In 2009 the City of Kilkenny celebrated its 400th year since the granting of city status in 1609. Kilkenny's heritage is evident in the city and environs including the historic buildings, such as Kilkenny Castle. Kilkenny is regarded for its culture with craft and design workshops, the Watergate Theatre, public gardens and museums. Annual events include Kilkenny Art Festival, the Cat Laughs comedy festival and music at the Rhythm and Roots festival and the Source concert. It is a popular base to explore the surrounding towns, villages and countryside.