7 legion Avenue: rare and surprising! This is an unusual and rare find. legion Avenue is one of those streets of Dundalk that rarely bare fruit for picking on the property market! Built in the 1920\'s to house soldiers returning from World War 1, this wide avenue links the Castletown Road with the Ice House Hill and the centre of town beyond. It is characterised by the unusual red brick houses and exceptionally long rear gardens. Number 7 is a semi detached 2 storey home which requires no works to make a lovely family home. It also offers immense potential to extend further and create an impressive large family home (STP). Entrance hall with wooden floor leads to the Lounge with wooden floor: a nice quiet reception room which could eaily be a third bedroom if required. Adjacent is the family room - a well- proportioned room which would originally have been the kitchen. Beyond is kitchen-diner - this is an addition to the original house and provides a room with plenty space and light. This extension has been built with the structural capacity to build a first floor extension above. Doors from the kitchen lead onto the back garden: all of it! The back garden stretches to almost 120 ft, and 40 ft wide! It\'s west-facing, but you could enjoy the Irish sun all day there, it\'s that big! There is a small utility / boiler room and garden shed. The side access is double width - so you can park a car behind the large wooden gates. To front of the gates is the front garden - also providing ample parking and grassed and walled front garden. Guest wc completes ground floor accommodation. At first floor: Bedroom 1: the front bedroom - is a large double room with original feature fireplace. Bedroom 2 - also double and overlooking the back garden. Bathroom. The big prizes with legion Avenue are the location, the site size and the potential. It is a highly sought-after area and will certainly attract a lot of interest. We look forward to showing it to you.