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Cahermorris, Corrandulla, Co. Galway


Price
€395,000

Type
Detached House

Status
For Sale

BEDROOMS
4

BATHROOMS
3

BER
BER
B3

Area
194 sq.m.

EPI
129.85 kWh/m2/yr

Description

RE/MAX Professional Partners present to market a 4 bedroom detached two storey located in Cahermorris, Corrandulla, Co. Galway.

A fantastic opportunity presents itself to acquire a most impressive property in a wonderful location which is close proximity to Galway City, Lough Corrib, local pubs, shops and schools.

This substantial property was built in 2010 and offers c. 2,088 sq. ft. of spacious accommodation. The ground floor comprises entrance hall, living room, open plan kitchen/dining/living room, utility, bathroom and bedroom/office. Proceeding to the first floor is landing, main bathroom and 3 double bedrooms - master of which features a walk in wardrobe and en-suite. The attic space also offers opportunity to expand/convert to additional rooms if required.

Certified with an impressive B3 BER Certificate, heated via oil fired central heating with the possibility of fitting a solid fuel fireplace/stove in the living room. Double glazed windows are fitted throughout.

Features of the property include a corner Jacuzzi bath, heated towel rails, fitted kitchen units with integrated appliances in both kitchen and utility, large Velux window in the landing which overlooks the entrance hall and a beautiful stone finish to the front exterior.

Sitting on c. 0.75 of an acre, the site is excellently maintained with manicured lawns, wraparound gravel driveway, patio area to the rear and gated access to the front with a stone wall boundary.

Corrandulla is a quiet, country area located 20 minutes from Galway City. Amenities close by include shops, pubs, schools, childcare facilities, petrol stations, garden centre and horse-riding centre. It is 30 minutes to Ballinrobe, 10 minutes to Headford and 20 minutes to Tuam. It is ideally located close to Lough Corrib - an area renowned for its fishing culture, especially trout and salmon, cycling routes, stunning natural beauty and a haven for wildlife.

Viewing is highly recommended.

Contact Colm Ruane for more information on 091 330 300