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54 Garranbawn, Murroe, Limerick - For Sale
Residential (Semi-Detached House)
Spacious semi detached house with three double bedrooms located in this much sought after residential development. This property is in excellent decorative condition throughout and situated on a corner site with side entrance to walled in rear garden. Viewing highly recommended.
- Beds: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
- Hallway 5.6 X 1.9 :- Tiled flooring. Storage under stairs. Downstairs WC and whb.
- Sitting room 4.8 X 4.2 :- Fireplace with insert stove. Wooden floor. Double doors to dining area.
- Kitchen / Dining area 6.2 X 4.0 :- Fully fitted kitchen with tiled flooring and patio door to rear.
- Bedroom 4.0 X 3.2 :- 4.0 X 3.2:- Built in wardrobes. Bay window. Double room.
- Shower ensuite :- Shower cubicle, wc and whb. Fully tiled with electric shower.
- Bedroom 4.4 X 2.8 :- Built in wardrobes. Double room.
- Bathroom 2.2 X 2.8 :- Usual fittings. tiled flooring. Tiled around bath. Electric shower.
- Hotpress :- Electric immersion.
- Bedroom 3.3 X 3.2 :- Double room
- 1. Garranbawn located at the edge of Murroe village with footpath to village.
- 2. Oil fired central heating.
- 3. Double glazed UPVC windows.
- 4. Excellent decorative condition throughout.
- 5. Openplan garden to the front and off street parking. Side entrance heading to professionally landscaped rear garden. House facing green area.
Drive into Garranbawn and take 2nd right, 1st left and this property is the 1st house on the left hand side. GVM sign thereon. Murroe is a discreet picturesque village located approximately 12km North East of Limerick City. This expanding village is home to 3,000 people and nestles close to Glenstal Abbey and many other significant local historical landmarks. Murroe continues to attract people to the area with its natural beauty. The fabulous Clare Glen’s walkways begin in Murroe. As well as Clare Glens, the gardens of the monastery are open to the public and make for an idyllic setting. The village has a thriving primary school together with good sporting and shopping facilities. Limerick is the capital of Ireland's Mid-West region with an urban and hinterland population of over 200,000 and is noted for its shopping, its dining and entertainment, its historical significance, as well as its contributions to the arts. The city has grown its sporting and cultural image in recent years and generally the local business activists are doing their utmost to promote the city as a thriving business hub. The immediate city population is approximately 80,000.