Author: Our Reporter
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This beautiful family home is situated in the quiet but centrally located Shanballymore, Garrafrauns, which is less than 5km from Dunmore, 21km from Claremorris, 12km from Milltown and 20km from Tuam.
The property comes to the market in excellent condition and has been tastefully decorated. It offers a well thought-out layout that flows extremely well, with spacious living areas and generously proportioned bedrooms.
The house was built in 2006 and is constructed using insulated concrete formwork (ICF) which provides a very well insulated home leading to B2 BER rating. This impressive BER should help mortgage buyers avail of discounted mortgage rates.
There is a poured concrete first floor which gives a reassuring feel underfoot and prevent any noise transference downstairs.
The house is heated via an oil boiler with underfloor heating downstairs and radiators upstairs. The ceilings have been raised on the first floor giving the rooms a spacious and airy feel. The house has its own well-water supply and there is a septic tank on site.
Downstairs features the sitting room, kitchen/dining room and living area, along with the utility room and a large double bedroom to the front of the house.
Upstairs is the bathroom and three more bedrooms, including the master, which boasts a separate dressing room and en suite, as well as a veranda with glass surround overlooking the countryside.
There is off-street parking to the front and sides with stunning landscaped gardens to the front and rear of the property, which is enhanced by uninterrupted views of the countryside and Croagh Patrick to the rear.
The site extends to 2.1 acres, including a paddock to the rear that may be suitable for a pony.
The asking price is €375,000. For further information, contact Sherry Fitzgerald Hanley on 094 9371479.
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