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Set on an impressive elevated circa four-fifths of an acre site, this detached bungalow is bound to be a big hit, not least with its keen price. As well as the usual ancillary accommodation, this family home essentially incorporates four bedrooms (master ensuite), two reception rooms and an integral garage.
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There are a number of outstanding elements in relation to the build along with associated voids with building and planning compliance - further details available from Quillsen. Intending purchasers are advised that they will need to take this into account when making any offer. At the same time, we envisage that mortgage facilities may be available to purchase, subject to limitations, conditions and criteria.
The subject property occupies a large elevated private rural site that fronts the L7037, situated conveniently some 180 metres off the R191 (Bailieborough / Mullagh Road) and being located between the picturesque village of Mullagh and the town of Bailieborough, 3.5km and 9.5km distant respectively. It is set amongst rolling countryside of hills and drumlins that define the natural landscape of South Cavan and North Meath with the R191 crisscrossing the county boundaries.
Mullagh village is a bustling and picturesque centre located within about a mile or so of the Meath/Cavan border. It serves as a service centre for both villagers and their rural neighbours from the surrounding principally agriculturally based hinterland. As well as offing a range of local retailing outlets and hostelries including convenience stores, pharmacy, Kilians Lodge Hotel, filling station, several public houses, hardware outlet and other service businesses, the village has a primary school, churches (both RC and C of I), a heritage centre, sports centre and playground but to mention a few of the facilities. There are an abundance of outdoor adventures in the area including walking, hiking and water pursuits to include fishing, swimming and boating with Mullagh Lake which contains many rare plants being a short walk from the village. A lay-by and seating area along the lakeshore allows one sit, picnic and overlook the water which is flanked by farmland. Those interested in horticulture will enjoy a visit to the adjoining Lakeview gardens. In addition, there are soccer grounds at the nearby Castle Villa club and a number of golf courses are located in the area too. The area is steeped in history and the heritage centre focuses its primary attention on St. Kilian who was born in Mullagh in 640 AD.
The nearby towns to Mullagh are Virginia, Kells, Bailieborough and Navan that provide for a wide spectrum of national retailers as well as an excellent choice of post-primary schools. The M3 motorway has greatly enhanced the appeal of the area from a commuter prospective with a journey time, from the village, of about 45 minutes to the Blanchardstown Centre via the M3. Moreover commuting to Dublin Airport, Dublin City Centre and indeed other Dublin locations is easily accomplished too.
Fronts L7037 some 180 metres off the R191 (Bailieborough / Mullagh Road)
9.5km N3/M3 route at Whitegate
3.67m x 1.78m
5.88m x 3.68m
Spacious bright family room with bay window, TV Point, attractive coving and feature place with open fire.
4.07m x 3.41m
Built in wall and floor units with integrated oven, hob and extractor fan, plumed for washing machine, tiled splash back, recessed lighting and door to rear. Archway to dining room.
3.83m x 3.53m
Sliding patio door to rear garden.
4.00m x 3.27m
Double room to the front with timber flooring, TV point, built in wardrobes and ensuite.
1.67m x 1.48m
WC and corner shower, tiled floor and partly tiled walls.
3.27m x 2.82m
Double room to the rear with built in wardrobes.
3.00m x 3.28m
Double room to the front with built in wardrobes.
3.52m x 2.38m
Double room to the rear with built in wardrobes.
3.50m x 1.78m
WC, WHB and bath, timber flooring and partly tiled walls.
4.48m x 2.99m
Suitable for conversion subject to securing the necessary planning permission.
FeaturesOil fired central heating
PVC double glazed windows
Master bedroom ensuite
Attached garage suitable for conversion
Well water supply
Elevated site with great views
Rural location yet convenient
Good mobile broadband in the area
BER Rating: C3; BER No: 113439418; Energy Perform. Ind. 220.28 kWh/m2/yr
DirectionsFrom Mullagh, take the R191 (Bailieborough Road) for some 3.2km after which you take a road to the left, the L7037. Proceed along the L7037 for a short distance, some 180 metres, whereupon you turn left into the second house entrance along this road. Eircode: A82K767.
Size125 sq. metres plus integral garage
OutsideLarge elevated circa four-fifths of an acre site with gravel driveway and lawn area to the front. The rear garden has a natural hedge boundary and is laid under lawn.
Viewing InformationHighly recommend and by prior appointment with the sole selling agents Quillsen.
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