Church Street, Birr, Co. Offaly R42 N974Sale Agreed

2 Bed 77 m² / 829 ft² Sale Agreed G


DNG Glen Corcoran are delighted to bring to the market this excellent 2 Bedroom townhouse, conveniently located in Birr Town Centre. This well presented property is in immaculate condition throughout, having been lovingly restored by the present owner. Accommodation extends to circa 77m²/829ft² and includes Entrance Hall, Kitchen/Dining Room, Sitting Room, 2 Bedrooms & Main Bathroom. Excellent opportunity for first time buyers, investors or indeed those looking to downsize and have all of Birr's amenities within walking distance. Viewing Highly Recommended.


Excellent Town Centre Location
'Turn Key' Condition
Dual Fuel Central Heating
Small Private Rear Yard

BER Details

BER: G BER No.115014581 Energy Performance Indicator:464.24 kWh/m²/yr


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Viewing Details

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Entrance Hall - 4.88m x 1.0m
Laminated Timber Floors and is Tastefully Decorated.

Kitchen/DIning Room - 4.3m x 3.76m
This wonderful spacious room comes with 9ft high ceilings, cream painted kitchen units with Belfast sink, tiled splashback, laminated timber floors & feature brick fireplace with back boiler

Sitting Room - 4.04m x 3.64m
Tastefully presented Sitting Room with 9ft high ceilings, Laminated Walnut Timber Flooring, Plaster Cornicing & Centre Rose to Ceilings & Feature Cast Iron Fireplace.

Landing - 1.43m x 3.05m
Light filled landing with Velux Rooflight & Painted Floor Boards.

Bedroom 1 - 4.41m x 3.84m
Spacious light filled main bedroom with 2 Large Windows, Laminated Walnut Timber Flooring, Plaster Centre Rose & is Tastefully Decorated

Bedroom 2 - 2.67m x 2.16m
Tastefully decorated Single Bedroom with Laminated Walnut Timber Flooring & Built in Wardrobe

Bathroom - 2.08m x 3.21m
This feature Bathroom comes with Tiled Floors, Roll Top Bath on Raised Platform, Edwardian Style WHB, WC, Shower Enclosure with Mixer Shower, Recessed Lighting and Built in Sound System