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Apartment 2, Calendar House, Bachelors Lane, Drogheda, Louth, A92 YF21

Guide price €75,000

Auction Information

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  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathroom 1
  • Size 40 m²
  • Ber Rating
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Description

2 bed apartment (40sqm approx.) with designated car space in historic old quarter of Drogheda town centre.

** NEW DATE** Online Auction: Friday 15th January 2021
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Requiring refurbishment and upgrading this 2 bed first floor apartment offers the opportunity to add considerable value to initial investment.  The accommodation comprises a double and single bedroom, bathroom and living room with galley kitchen off. This particular apartment has the use of an outside courtyard bounded by ancient stone walls to the rear. This is a well managed complex in which the owners take considerable pride. Ideal for wither owner occupier or investor.

Location:

Situated in the heart of ‘Old Drogheda’ Calendar House is one of the many impressive cut stone merchant buildings which date originally from the 18th century and formed part of the busy bustling trade centre that the port of Drogheda was famous for.  Extensively refurbished in the early 2000’s Calendar house comprises 16 apartments over 4 floors, with lift service and private parking.

Accommodation:

Entrance hall
Living room/kitchen: 4.4m x 3.40. Door to external courtyard
Bathroom: 1.93m x 1.76m
Bed 1. 3m x 3.6m
Bed 2. 3.8m x 2.7m

Services:

Mains water and sewerage
Wired for electric central heating

Features:

Town centre location
Private designated car space
Internal lift
Use of adjoining outside courtyard

Directions:

Calendar House is located at the junction of Mayorality Street and Batchelors Lane, on the north side of the River Boyne just up from the North Quays.

BER details

BER Rating:

BER No.: 113195127

Energy Performance Indicator: 367.41 kWh/m²/yr

Explore Louth The "Wee County", County Louth, may be the smallest county in Ireland but the area is rich in folklore with myths and tales about the brave warrior Cu Chulainn, the Brown Bull of Cooley, Fionn MacCumhaill and the evil Queen Medbh. It is also protected under the European Habitats Directive as an ... Explore Louth
PSRA Licence No: 003766

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