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Poulavanogue ( Co. Waterford) Clonmel, County Tipperary

  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Size 163 m²
  • Ber Rating

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Description

Accommodation

Entrance Hall
4.60m x 2.40m Cloakroom. Porcelain tiled floor.

Hallway
7.10m x 1.10m Polished walnut floor. Airing cupboard.

Sitting Room
4.60m x 4.80m Decorative cast iron fireplace with granite hearth. Solid fuel stove. Oak floor. Bay windows.

Kitchen
4.10m x 4.10m Fully fitted solid oak kitchen with units at eye and floor level. Tiled countertop surround. Central island. Double sink. Electric oven and hob. Integrated dishwasher. Tiled floor. Archway to:

Dining Room
3.60m x 4.10m Oak floored. French doors to garden.

Utility Room
5.10m x 2.10m Extensive fully fitted utility with an array of units at eye and floor level with long countertop. Door to rear. Plumbed for washing machine and tumble drier. Tiled floor.

Bedroom 1
4.40m x 4.10m

En-Suite 1
2.40m x 1.10m W.c., w.h.b., Triton electric shower. Tiled shower surround, tiled floor and tiled half wall.

Bedroom 2
3.20m x 4.40m Bay window. Laminate flooring.

Bedroom 3
3.50m x 3.40m Laminate flooring.

Bathroom
3.30m x 2.50m W.c., w.h.b., corner bath with shower attachment. Separate corner Triton shower. Tiled floor to ceiling.

Attic Space
15.00m x 6.25m Floored attic with Stira access thereto. 2 x velux windows.

Garage
6.60m x 3.20m Fully insulated garage with double and single door access. Oil fired boiler.



Outside

Detached Garage Located on Site of C. 0.5 acres

Directions

Eircode: E91 P798 Take the Mountain Road from Clonmel and take the third right turn off same. Continue on this road for 1km to a fork in the road â€" keep right (signposted cul-de-sac). The property is the 3rd entrance on the right hand side; the house is not visible from the road.

BER details

BER Rating:

BER No.: 113099618

Energy Performance Indicator: 214.51 kWh/m²/yr

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PSRA Licence No: 003294

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