DescriptionRequiring some modernisation
Positioned on an end of terrace and enjoying a large side garden this 3 bed property is best described as old fashioned inside. Developers, investors and speculators would likely strip back this property and bring it to a level in line with current day standards. This large side garden property is a fantastic opportunity to extend or even build a second property (subject to planning).
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AccommodationThe accommodation is arranged as follows;
Hard wood part glazed front door to;
Entrance vestibule; tiled floor, further door to;
Living Room; 4.60m x 3.37m carpeted floor, tiled ceiling, tiled fireplace with open fire, cornicing to ceiling, door to;
Internal Hallway; 2.96m x 1.99m carpeted floor, built in under stair recess, door to;
Bedroom3/Dining Room; 2.96m x 2.60m tiled ceiling, cornicing to ceiling
Kitchen; 2.73m x 2.45m modest range of wall & base units, work surfaces with tiled surrounding walls, stainless steel single drainer sink unit, electric cooker point, tiled flooring, door to toilet, separate door to;
Split level shower room; 2.45m x 1.87m White wash hand basin, work surfaces with built in storage, separate shower enclosure with manual shower, fully tiled walls, tiled floor, half glazed hard wood door to outside
Mahogany & carpeted stairs to first floor landing; Loft access
Bedroom 2; 2.96m x 2.81m (rear) carpeted floor, floor to ceiling built in wardrobes
Bedroom 1; 4.16m x 3.37m (front) carpeted floor, floor to ceiling built in wardrobes
Outside; Block built front wall with well stocked gravel flower bed, concrete pathway to front door, ramp to extensive rear garden also filled with well stocked gravel flower beds, additional concrete pathway to top gate which allows rear access
Aluminium double glazed windows
Electric storage heating
Large side garden
Walking distance to local amenities
DirectionsLetterkenny takes its name from the Irish Leitir Ceanainn meaning ‘Hillside of the O'Cannons' – the O'Cannons being the last of the ancient chieftains of Tir Conaill. Letterkenny is the county's principal town providing the necessary commercial, retail, social and economic facilities.
There is a large 8 screen cinema complex in the town plus the popular An Grianan Theatre. Behind the latter is the Letterkenny Regional Cultural Centre. The Letterkenny Shopping Centre is the largest centre in the county with leading multiple and individual retailers.
The main schools are Educate Together N.S., Scoil Mhuire Ghan Smal N.S., Ballyraine N.S., Woodlands N.S., Glenswilly N.S., Scoil Colmcille N.S., St. Eunans College, Loreto Convent, The Vocational School, Coláuste Ailigh and the Letterkenny Institute of Technology.