For Sale by Private Treaty
Overall Floor Area:
Beautiful bright four bed, two and a half bathroom home (circa. 1,950 sq ft) with developed loft, used presently as art studio and music room. Both the sitting and living rooms have dual aspect. Heating system is fueled by kerosene Super Stanley in kitchen, on which all the cooking, baking, airing etc. is done. There is an open fire in front sitting room and a solid fuel stove in living/dining room.
Situated on circa . 1.00 acre site with surrounding mature gardens, there are some lovely trees and shrubs… a white wisteria and pink clematis growing at front of house, a tall fruiting walnut tree, magnolia, Japanese maple, blue cedar etc. etc.
All the windows have lovely views out. Lots of parking space. Water mains and septic tank.
The home is in the heart of of a surround of five lovely neighbouring homes with other similar homes very adjacent in a professional/farming community. Located in central Ireland, approx 60 miles from both Dublin and Galway and 1 mile from Ballymahon town, there is a bus service several times daily to/from Longford and Athlone towns and bus/train stations, that stops outside the house on hand signal.
– Enclosed entrance lobby, hall and landing.
– Sitting room, open fire, dual aspect
– Living room, solid fuel stove, dual aspect, piano.
– Kitchen, kerosene super Stanley stove, oak units, floors and ceiling.
– Utility room, sink unit, shelving and separate toilet.
– Bedroom 1, built in wardrobe.
– Bedroom 2, built in wardrobe and storage
– Bedroom 3, built in wardrobe
– Bedroom 4, master with built in storage and ensuite, stairs to attic.
– Hotpress, slatted shelving.
– Attic conversion, two rooms timber ceilings and cladding, carpet tiled. Velux windows. Electrics and TV point.
– Extra floored storage space in attic.
There are two garages, bike shed and boiler house, with full size tennis/basketball court at rear. Lawn back and front and tarmac all around house.
A clean, tidy and prosperous town, with high levels of employment, Ballymahon has a lively community with many sports, social, music, literary, art and cultural clubs, societies, festivals and events for all age groups. The area caters especially well to young people and seniors. It has a beautiful new library.
Twinned culturally/socially with Landevant in Brittany, France, it has become well known for it’s church choir, Innyside Singers, artists/writers activities, drama festival and Bog Lane theatre, as well as it’s bridge clubs, GAA teams, golf classics, Tidy Towns festivals, etc.
There are several great restaurants and pubs with music nearby, and a number of beautiful award winning villages. This is a rich countryside with many very interesting and notable old buildings, monuments and homes. Writers Oliver Goldsmith and Leo Casey hailed from these parts. There are two secondary schools, one primary, special needs education facilities, a catholic and a protestant church.
The river Inny flowing through the town and adjacent Royal canal and their amenities provide plenty local fishing and water sport facilities and have gorgeous linked up walk and cycle paths with the local forest, and bogs etc in the area. There are several golf courses nearby.
Viewing, by appointment, is highly recommended! Offers in excess of 230,000.
- Tel: 0906 438400
- Property: For Sale
- County: Co. Longford
- Eircode: N39 D8N3
- Bed: 2
- Bath: 4
- Address: Terlicken, Ballymahon, Co. Longford
October 18, 2020 4:07 pm
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