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IrelandTipperaryBallinureCondonstown Cottage, Ballinure, Thurles, Co. Tipperary, E41X440

-€6,000.00 29th May 19

Condonstown Cottage, Ballinure, Thurles, Co. Tipperary, E41X440

3 beds 1 bath 102.7m 2Energy RatingDetached House
#1 of 2 Properties Viewed in Ballinure
Sherry FitzGerald O'Dwyer & Davern
Sherry FitzGerald O'Dwyer & Davern
Tel: 062 63 743
PSRA Licence No. 001803
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A unique house with endless charm both internally and externally, flooded with natural light throughout, makes this a property that must be viewed to fully appreciate what it has to offer. Visually a well crafted house built in 1929 by a local master craftsman whose insignia, (bunch of grapes) still remains in the stone work on the building, this property still displays the hall mark of the craftsmen who built it. The house is accessed by wooden five bar gates on both sides giving dual entrances, joined by the original wall with cut stone capping. The gardens are laid out to lawn with vegetable patch and six fruit trees to the rear. Internally the house is very well presented. The kitchen has fitted wall and floor units with serving hatch to large dining room which has open fireplace and is flooded with light through the floor to ceiling window on the south wall of the room. The sitting room is home to a recessed multi-fuel stove (10kw) set back in a large fireplace lending a warmth and welcoming feel to the whole property. The property also has oil fired central heating throughout. The property boasts three bedrooms and a bathroom. This house would make a wonderful family home with ample space both inside and out to fully enjoy what the property has to offer. There is also a large newly built garage/workshop measuring 19ft x 25ft which is fully serviced with workbench and energy saving lights and numerous sockets, including security lights. On the other side of the garden is a large garden shed, adding to the versatility of the whole property. The property is situated close to the villages of Ballinure and Horse & Jockey and Junction 6 of the M8 Dublin/Cork motorway making this a house that would suit commuters. A 10 minute drive takes you to the town of Thurles and the railway station which serves the Dublin/Cork line.


Entrance Hall 4.48m x 1.707m. Solid front door with glass fanlight overhead. Solid oak wood floor Living Room 4.431m x 4.176m. Open fireplace with 10kw multifuel stove, wooden flooring Dining Room 4.431m x 4.2m. Attractive Victorian fireplace, wooden flooring, serving hatch to kitchen, Kitchen 3.719m x 2.74m. Fitted kichen, built in units floor and wall, serving hatch to living room, door to back garden, white goods are included Bedroom 1 4.35m x 4.176m. Double room with storage alcoves, fireplace with temporary seal which could be opened up if desired, double wardrobe included in sale Bedroom 2 4.818m x 2.682m. Double room, carpet flooring, fireplace with temporary seal which can be opened up if so desired Bedroom 3 3.262m x 1.707m. Single bedroom,carpet flooring Bathroom 3.26m x 1.55m. wc, whb electric shower

BER Details

BER: G BER No: 104330253 Performance Indicator: 464.7kwh/m2/yr


From Horse & Jockey take the Ballinure Road. The property is approx 2 miles over on the left hand side.

Negotiator Details

Yvonne Casey

Viewing Information

Strictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Cashel on 062 63743
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