Ballinamuddagh (on 2.3 acres), The Ballagh, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Y21YH74.
Ber Rating: D2
Property type: Detached
10 – 15 minutes form main towns.
356 sq. ft.
Minutes form the M11
Southwest facing sunny site
This property which is set on a southwest facing sunny site of circa 2.3 acres has a peaceful, rural and picturesque setting on a minor road north of the River Sow and connects the villages of The Ballagh and Glenbrien. The Ballagh is within 2 km of the property and offers amenities including, church, school, supermarket, service station, post office and pub. Enniscorthy town (10 mins) or Wexford town (15 mins) are ideal for your main shopping needs and the new M11 Motorway is within minutes for Dublin bound commuters. Wexford’s beautiful coastline is also within 10 mins offering a host of sandy beaches.
The bungalow residence of 1,356 sq. ft. is so secluded and private you wouldn’t even know it was there. Entered through double gates with winding driveway, the bungalow eventually comes into view and is well positioned, commanding lovely views over the 2.3 acre site and surrounding countryside. There is oodles of parking under tarmacadam and there are front and rear mature lawns with trees and shrubs. A beautiful beech hedge separates the front garden from the remainder of the lands and would prove ideal for anyone with horses, animals, market gardening and so on. There is a detached garage too with light, power and plumbing. The bungalow itself was built around 1984 and is very well maintained and presented. The main entrance hall and corridor have nice timber flooring and lead to all the connecting rooms. A spacious living room with feature fireplace offers lovely views over the front garden and surrounding countryside. The kitchen / dining is located at the far end of the house where you have the option to park at the gable end and enter through the back door as many do in the countryside. The kitchen / dining is very well equipped with floor and eye level units in shaker-style and there is a breakfast bar for more casual dining. Off the kitchen is a utility room and shower room which is really handy for anyone working outside. All the bedrooms are well proportioned with 2 doubles and 2 singles and the family bathroom is beautifully tiled having been recently upgraded.
Hall: 4.62 x 1.80 Timber floor, alarm control
Corridor: 9.50 x 1.04 Timber floor, hotpress
Living Room: 5.15 x 3.31 Timber floor, fireplace in cast iron with timber surround, tv point, large picture window with scenic views.
Kitchen / Dining: 6.21 x 4.00 Fully fitted kitchen shaker style with tiled splashback, breakfast bar, double built in over, gas hob, extractor, dishwasher & fridge freezer.
Utility Room: 2.23 x 1.91 Tiled floor, plumbed for washing machine & dryer, door to shower room, door to back garden
Shower room: 1.90 x 1.63 Fully tiled, shower stall with T90 shower, wc, whb.
Bathroom: 3.32 x 2.16 Fully tiled , large shower stall with T90 shower, wc, whb
Bedroom 1: 3.34 x 3.30 Timber floor
Bedroom 2: 3.34 x 3.20 Timber floor
Bedroom 3: 3.34 x 2.72 Timber floor
Bedroom 4: 4.40 x 4.00 Timber floor
Garage 6.70 x 4.40
4 bed bungalow on 2.3 acres
Very well maintained property
Oil fired central heating
Secluded and totally private
Southwest facing sunny site
Floor area 1,356 sq. ft.
Load of parking
Mature site and gardens
Bright and spacious accommodation
Minutes form the M11
10 to 15 minutes from main towns.
Winding drive in tarmac to secluded bungalow with large tarmacadam forecourt and parking which continues around the rear of the property. Front and rear mature gardens under lawn with hedging, trees and shrubs. Detached garage. 2.3 acres total
From Enniscorthy proceed over the old bridge and keep left and then follow the R744 for 3km and turn right signposted Blackwater / Ballaghkeen. Continue for 6 km and take a sharp turn right signposted Glenbrien 6km (just at O’Connor Bros with stone wall). Continue for 1km and you will see a large red haybarn on you left and then take the next entrance on left with yellow painted walls, pillars and double silver gates.
From Wexford proceed over the Bridge and stay on the R741 for 15 km and turn left signposted Ballaghkeen. Pass through Ballaghkeen passing church and school on the left and continue for 1km (signposted Enniscorthy) and turn left signposted Glenbrien 6km (just at O’Connor Bros with stone wall). Continue for 1km and you will see a large red haybarn on you left and then take the next entrance on left with yellow painted walls, pillars and double silver gates.
Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agents, Benny Sullivan Estate Agents.
Benny Sullivan has worked in the property industry for the past 16 years as a property sales and letting agent and has a proven track record as a top selling and negotiating agent. His has worked extensively throughout County Wexford as well as the Dublin and Wicklow property markets. Benny has also worked for many years in the housing/planning and construction industry and brings vast knowledge and experience to all his clients. Benny studied property in UCD, qualifying with a certificate in Auctioneering & Estate Agency awarded by the IPAV and he also holds a certificate in civil engineering awarded by the NCEA at Waterford IT. Contact the Agent Name* Email* Phone*MessageCommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
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