A sweeping driveway leads you to this superb large red brick family home that stands on a 0.5 acre of mature lawns and gardens. Tall trees and natural stone walls surround the property and there is also a stone shed to the rear. Although in need of some modernisation the property is presented in immaculate condition and ready to walk into. The property was constructed in the mid eighties and, as with all properties of its age, would benefit from some upgrading, however ‘as is’ is more than adequate.
It is within walking distance of the lake entrance on the Gort road that also includes tennis courts and two large playgrounds. Coorheen has long been considered a much sought after location in Loughrea and properties do not come up too often in this area. It is within a few minutes’ drive of the town centre and all the notable schools in the area.
It has the added benefit of having its own eco Bord na Mona treatment plant that is serviced annually. Other features include double glazed windows and doors, solid teak internal doors and skirting, oil fired central heating, and two solid fuel fireplaces, together with an oil fired range in the kitchen.
Some notable features of this lovely property are: Double glazing throughout; oil fired central heating; oil fired range in the kitchen; solid teak internal doors and skirting; solid oak units in the kitchen; master bedroom en suite; 0.5 acre of mature gardens; large integral garage suitable for conversion; eco Bord na Mona treatment system; located on a large elevated private site; and stone shed on the grounds.
The BER is D2 on BER cert no 105036750, with an energy performance indicator of 264.09 kWh/sq m/yr.
Solicitor with carriage of sale is Deirdre O'Connor, DM O'Connor & Co, Cross Street, Galway, (091) 569170.
To arrange an appointment to view this lovely property call Anne Harding of O’Donnellan & Joyce auctioneers on 086 8173335.