Enjoying an excellent location just off the Ballytegan Road and 2km from Gorey’s Main Street. The property is within walking distance of ‘The Bunker Bar’ and 10 minutes’ drive from the coast. Gorey is one of north Wexford’s most noted towns and offers an excellent choice of schools from primary, secondary, post leaving and adult education, along with a wealth of restaurants, shops, pubs, churches, award winning hotels and a vast array of local leisure amenities. Wexford is a 30 minute drive, Enniscorthy a 20 minute drive while the M11 is a mere 4km away making Dublin a comfortable commute of 45mins.
This delightful ‘upside down’ house was built in 1985 of concrete block construction with a slate roof and double glazed windows. A most unusual feature of this property is a pedestrian stone bridge leading from the public road to the hall door which is on the first floor of the property with the main living accommodation of kitchen, livingroom, sunroom and one bedroom. Downstairs on the ground floor is a further 4 bedrooms (one ensuite), utility and the family bathroom. The property benefits from two vehicular access points one from the public road via a gated entrance and the second from an underground tunnel which leads to an entrance with stone pillars off the Knockavota Road (signposted for the Bunker Bar). This is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a house with a difference.
Accommodation extends to c. 226m² (2,435ft²) and comprises of:
Entrance Hall 4.32m x 2.6m Ceramic Tiles
Bedroom 2: 3.8m x 3.8m Oak floor, fitted wardrobe
Bedroom 1: 4.5m x 4.3m Oak floor, fitted wardrobe
Ensuite: 3.3m x 0.8m Fully tiled, shower, w.c., w.h.b.
Bedroom 3: 4.4m x 2.8m Oak floor, fitted wardrobe
Bathroom: 3.0m x 2.8m Fully tiled, bath, w.c., w.h.b.
Bedroom 4: 3.6m x 2.9m Oak floor, fitted wardrobe
Utility/Bedroom 5: 6.6m x 4.1m Tiled floor, fitted units, French doors to rear
Hallway: 4.5m x 2.6m Ceramic tiles
Sitting Room: 4.5m x 4.3m Timber floor