DescriptionA two bedroom apartment located on the first floor in an end terrace house situated just a two minute walk to Ballina Train Station, a three minute walk to the bus station and within a ten minute walk to the town centre.
AccommodationLiving room 4.31m (14'2") x 4.55m (14'11")
Located front of house, the room has a big west facing window that lets in a lot of natural light, a beautiful fireplace with a lovely insert stove and laminated flooring.
Kitchen 3.01m (9'11") x 2.11m (6'11")
Very bright room with a east facing window, nice bright white units, washer, dryer, fridge, freezer, a cooker with a hob and a tiled floor.
Bedroom 1 3.18m (10'5") x 2.9m (9'6")
Located front of house, it has very bright room with a east facing window, built in units, black out blinds and laminated flooring.
Bedroom 2 2.75m (9'0") x 3.28m (10'9")
Very bright with a west facing window, built in units, black out blinds and laminated flooring. Located at the back of house, the window shows off nice looking scenery.
Bathroom 2.13m (7'0") x 2.48m (8'2")
Has a sink, a tiled mira shower unit, a built in unit and a tiled floor.
Landing 4.87m (16'0") x 1.88m (6'2")
Tiled floor at the front door with new carpet on the stairs and the landing itself with a velux window.
FeaturesThe area the property is situated is a provident location that's very quiet and very convenient to the local schools. Property accommodation comprises of living room, kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom and landing. Built in 1990, the property comes with a allocated car space which can be found at the back of the property. In the last five years, the apartment has been repainted and had its heating system upgraded.Moreover it has a east facing back, west facing front, a back and front entrance just off the street, a gas heating system, a new modern boiler and space at the back for drying clothes. The property is also a five minute walk from Gala, a thirteen minute drive to Foxford Village, a five minute drive to the local GAA pitch and golf club and seven minutes to Belleek Woods. Ballina lies at the mouth of the River Moy near Killala Bay and is known for salmon fishing, its historical connection to the 1798 Irish rebellion and the Irish Famine, the Belleek Estate and high standards in education. The property would make a lovely retirement home or be suitable for a family of one or two children.