DescriptionChris Smith of Quillsen is delighted to present to the market, this tremendous red brick detached residence featuring bay windows to main living room and master bedroom. With its roomy floor area of some 163.5 square metres otherwise 1,760 square feet incorporating four double bedrooms and three reception rooms, all good sized rooms, this property is sure to appeal to those with growing families. Add to this its cul-de-sac location with large central green area adjacent.
Cul Ronain Park, carefully developed circa 2006 by Otterstown Construction Ltd. is a small private development of handsome redbrick homes with a fabulous central large green area set at the heart of this lovely neighbourhood. It is within a couple of minutes walk of all the facilities and amenities available on the Main Street.
Ballivor is a popular commuter location within easy reach of Dublin and other principal towns such as Trim, Navan and Maynooth. The village with its country charm has a strong community spirit with an active neighbourhood watch. It supports a supermarket, post office, pharmacy, craft butcher, cafe, community centre and a number of convenience stores amongst a greater range of facilities. Parent/baby mornings, scouts, drama, dance, karate and lots more are provided for here. Importantly there is a state-of-the-art primary school located in the village as well as pre-school, creche and after school facilities. A fabulous new playground has recently opened. Leisure pursuits are in abundance in the area, there being numerous clubs and sporting associations locally which cater for football, hurling, badminton, tennis, athletics, fishing, hunting and shooting but to mention a few. There are also a number of golf courses nearby while both the River Deel and the Royal Canal, being only a couple of minutes drive, provide for various activities for water enthusiasts as well as waterside walks. A bus service is provided for post primary schools at the nearby towns of Athboy and Trim which support further excellent retail, hospitality with hotels and lively pubs and recreational facilities including an Aura swimming pool at Trim. The county towns of Navan and Mullingar provide hospitals should the need arise and are both within thirty minutes or so drive.
With access to the M3, M4, M6, N51 and N52 routes convenient, the area is popular with Dublin commuters and those who transverse the country for work. Employees from the ICT, E-commerce and pharma sectors based around Blanchardstown / Damastown as well as ICTs based around Leixlip often choose Ballivor as a place to call home, citing lifestyle, ease of commuting and affordability as the rationale for their choice. Such companies include giants like Synopsys, IBM, PayPal, Symantec, Ebay, Paypal, Bristol Myers-Squibb, Alexion, Helsinn Birex, Hewlett-Packard and Intel with others to features soon with the development of the Shire facility near Dunboyne and Facebooks data centre at Clonee. For those into retail or perhaps after some retail therapy, both the Blanchardstown and Liffey Valley shopping centres are within some forty minutes or so drive.
5.70m x 1.70/1.35m
Hard wood hall door with glazed panel to side. Tile floor, ceiling coving and centre roses. Stairs leading to first floor with new carpet floor covering.
4.80m x 4.15m
Feature bay window. Timber floor, feature open cast iron fireplace with marble style surround and mantle. Television and telephone points. Ceiling coving and centre rose. Double doors opening to:
4.15m x 3.30m
Timber floor. French doors leading to rear garden. Television point. Ceiling coving and centre rose.
4.75m x 4.40m
Feature Cathedral style ceiling to single story kitchen extension with Velux windows and spotlights throughout. Fitted with a range of country style base and wall mounted units laid out in U shaped arrangement. Incorporates double oven, hob, integrated extractor hood and fridge freezer. Tiled floor and tiled wall surface spalshback over countertops. Television and telephone points. Ceiling coving.
2.00/1.20m x 1.31m
PVC external door with glazed upper panel. Tiled floor. Raised area for washing machine and tumble dryer with storage beneath and plumbing laid on.
2.00m x 1.50m
Complete floor and wall tiling, incorporating toilet and sink.
4.45m x 2.55m
Timber flooring, television Point, ceiling coving and centre rose.
Featuring arched landing window. Ceiling coving and centre rose. New carpet floor.
4.45m x 4.10m
Bay window. Ceiling coving and centre rose. Television and telephone points. New carpet floor.
Complete floor and wall tiling. Incorporates toilet, sink and shower enclosure fitted with Triton T90si power shower. Feature arched window.
3.75m x 3.40m
Television Point. New carpet floor.
3.75m x 3.10m
Television Point. New carpet floor.
3.55m x 2.50m
Television Point. New carpet floor.
2.55m x 2.10m
Complete floor and wall tiling. Incorporating toilet, sink and shower enclosure fitted with Triton AS2000XT thermostatic power shower.
FeaturesSpacious residence of some 163.5 square metres otherwise 1,760 square feet
Incorporates four double bedrooms and three reception rooms
Extensive ceiling coving
Timber flooring and tiling throughout ground floor
New carpets fitted to all bedrooms, stairs and landing
Custom moulded skirting boards and architraves
French patio doors off dining room leading to rear garden
Generous electrical spec along with ample telephone and television points
PVC fascia, soffit, gutters and double glazed window units
High degree of insulation in roof and external walls
Antique style red brick facade, maintenance free dash render finish to other elevations
Cobble lock driveway
Granite window sills to front
Gated entrances either side of residence
Oil fired central heating
Enclosed rear garden primarily lawned
Outside water tap and lighting
Large central green adjacent
Feature bay window to main living room and master bedroom
Arch feature windows
Internal four panel doors with smoked ironmongery
BER Rating: C2; BER No. 100380666; EPI 180.43 kWh/m2/yr
DirectionsFrom Dublin/Dunboyne/Summerhill/Trim: Approach Ballivor on the R156. As you enter the village, turn into the second housing development entrance on the right - see plaque stone engraved "Glebe Wood". Continue straight passing the stone piers with plaque stone engraved "Cul Ronain". Follow this road where No. 4 can be seen on the right hand side being the fourth detached building on the right hand side. Eircode C15 KTR9.
Size163.5 square metres approx. otherwise about 1,760 square feet
OutsideA cobble lock paved driveway which offers secure off-street parking leads to the residence. This front apron also has an easily managed lawned area. Pedestrian side accesses to either side of the house lead over concrete paths to a large enclosed rear garden. This secure area is predominately laid in lawn but no doubt patio or barbeque areas could be added over time. Outside water tap and lighting laid on too.
Viewing InformationAn early inspection of this property comes highly recommended by the selling agent. In addition to business hours, viewings can usually be accommodated by us in the evenings and at weekends.
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