DNG Martin O'Connor are delighted to introduce to market this beautifully constructed 4 bedroom dormer bungalow in a wonderful location, which is sure to appeal to a wide range of purchasers. The bright, sunny hallway makes an impressive entrance with maple flooring and pine staircase - it gives a small taste of the light and airy feeling, which is to be found throughout the entire property.
To the left of the hallway is a lovely family room with timber floor, sunlight streaming in from the dual aspect windows and patio doors making for easy access to the outdoor space. Double doors with glass panels lead you from the family to a sunny kitchen/dining room with east, south and west facing windows, maple shaker style fitted kitchen and access to the sizable utility room with ample storage.
To the right of the hallway is a spacious living room with timber flooring and feature cast iron solid fuel stove with tiled surround. A study room, double bedroom and beautifully tiled bathroom completes the ground floor accommodation.
The first floor comprises 3 bedrooms including the superb master bedroom spanning the full length of the property with a stylish en-suite. There is also a bright and airy shower room and good sized hot press.
This property stands on a beautiful mature circa 0.56 acre site approximately 1.2 miles off the main N59 Galway-Clifden road. The front of the property is surrounded by a limestone wall with feature lighting on pillars. A railway sleeper kerbing and stone chip driveway sweep around to the rear of the property. The gardens are pleasantly laid out with a large lush green lawn to the front incorporating a border of mature trees.
To the left of the garden is a beautiful mature flower bed which extends from the front wall to the rear of the house and is full of year round colour stemming from a wide range of mature shrubbery and summer flowers. The rear garden mirrors the front with an extensive lawn area and scattered flower beds.
The townland of Porridgetown lies a mere 5 miles from the village of Moycull ...