No. 30 is a red – brick terraced town house dating from the 1920’s with a sheltered private west facing back garden.
While in need of a fairly major make-over, houses in this street seldom come on the market and are always popular when they do.
The accommodation includes living-room with original fireplace, kitchen with tiled fireplace, small back scullery which is plumbed for a sink, washing machine and wired for electric cooker.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms and a bathroom extension. Two bedrooms have their original cast iron fireplaces, and one of them has a good size built in wardrobe.
Thomas Street is a mature residential area in the north eastern inner suburbs of Drogheda town. Easy walking distance of town centre, schools, local shops and Cottage Hospital.
• West facing rear garden
• Block built garden shed
• Small garden to front
• Mains water and sewerage
BER: G BER No.107793911 Energy Performance Indicator:479.51 kWh/m²/yr
• Living Room: 4.86m x 3.48m
• Kitchen: 4.86m x 2.75m
• Scullery: 2.68m x 2m
• Main Bedroom: 4.86m x 2.75m
• Bedroom 2: 3.50m x 2.65m
• Bedroom 3: 2.58m x 2.10m
• Bathroom: Bath, Wc, Whb.
Travelling along Chord Road from the centre of Drogheda towards Greenhills turn left onto Thomas Street at the Chord Road Cemetery. No. 30 is at the top of the hill on the left hand side.