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Feakle Road, Scarriff, Co. Clare

Townhouse | 4 Beds | 2 Baths
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Property Overview:

  • For Sale by Private Treaty
Overall Floor Area: 107 Sq. Metres (1,152 Sq. Feet)

Property Description:

Clare Tipp Properties (www.claretipp.ie) are delighted to offer this tasteful and professionally renovated traditional property for sale by Private Treaty.

The original property, built in c.1916, must have witnessed plenty of historic changes over the years.

Recently this property has been artfully and professionally re-introduced into the 21st century with a complete make-over.

Always a fine bright home, the modern changes now include complete re-wiring, re-plumbing and total insulation using:

"Kingspan" Insulation products,
new luxury sanitary ware,
completely new fitted kitchen, appliances such as integrated dish-washer, ceramic hob,overhead extractor fan and fitted electric oven are all new and all included in the Guide Price.

Other expenses such as:

Bespoke fireplace,
future-proof "Munster Joinery"  PassiV uPVC outward opening casement windows and PassiV uPVC inward opening Tilt and Turn windows are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also add warmth to the home and total quiet from any normal village external living.
External doors were also chosen with care and attention to detail; both are composite doors.

The heating used in the property is maximised by :
Zoned heating system.
Under-floor insulation; both ground and first floor.
New insulated water tank.
New condensing oil burner
New oil tank.
All new radiators throughout.
Solid fuel heating by way of a new solid "Stanley" stove.
The resultant property is a centrally located property with minimum heating overheads and in pristine walk-in condition.

Scarriff and Tuamgraney villages offer many amenities including schools, Church, shops, supermarket, library, restaurants and pubs.
Schools include the Community College for secondary education, Primary schools and Raheen Steiner School.
Scarriff enjoys a well known summer festival every year.

Located near Scarriff Bay on Lough Derg, both water and land sports are greatly enjoyed by local and visitor alike.

Accommodation comprises:
Entrance Hallway; 2.2 x 1m
Stone-style tiled flooring, this private area has soft curved arch leading to door to living room.

Kitchen; 5.2m x 3.9m
This is a lovely bright kitchen benefitting from dual aspect windows. The base and eye level kitchen units styled to compliment the traditional together with providing the practical.
Continuation of tiled flooring, two new radiators, plenty of power points and telephone point and colourful splash back tiles between units. Electric Oven and hob with extractor fan, integrated dishwasher and under-stair extra storage.

Utility Room: 3.2m x 2.2m
Continuation of tiled flooring, rear aspect window, plumbed for washing machine and dryer. Rear door to private courtyard.

Guest W.C.
Located in the Utility room this includes wc, whb, rear aspect opaque window and tiled flooring.

Living Room: 5.2m x 4.5m
The feature fireplace of bespoke old stone cladding with solid fuel solid Stanley stove on Liscannor hearth. Dual aspect windows, two new radiators and plenty of power points.
Laminate light Oak style flooring underfoot.

Carpeted stairway leads to the bright upper floor.

First floor has four bedrooms and family bathroom.
The original flooring has been retained, sanded and painted.
Original doors lead to all bedrooms.
The original height has also been retained which adds to the original features and ambiance that this lovely home enjoys.

Landing: 5.3m x 1.8m

Bedroom 1: 3.2 x 2.2
Hot press located here.

Family Bathroom: 2.2m x 3.4m
Two rear aspect opaque windows. Bath with centre fittings. W.H.B. With vanity unit underneath, w.c. And separate corner shower unit with electric shower. Heated towel rail.

Bedroom 2: 3m x 3.7m

Bedroom 3: 2.2m x 3.7

Bedroom 4: 3.8m x 3m


Services: Mains Water. Mains Sewerage.
Heating: Oil central heating.
Other: Solid fuel fire-place.

Year of Build: Circa 1916.
Type: Masonry build.

Size: Net Internal: 107sq.m. 1,150sq.ft.


To the rear of the property is a secure courtyard with outbuildings consisting of a
garage and granary. The outbuildings are in need of repair.


This is a lovely old stone traditional building which has steps leading to the top floor.

The top floor has the original timber flooring.

There is an electrical connection to the granary and this building could have many uses.

An electric gateway could be installed to the side of the property, if required, as there is an electric cable leading to the existing side gate.

Parking: Private parking by way of private courtyard and garage to the rear

Important notice to purchasers, Clare Tipp Properties endeavour to make these sales particulars accurate and reliable. However, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements or representation of fact. The services, systems and appliances if mentioned in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantees as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only and are not precise. If you require clarification or further information on any point, please contact us, especially if you are travelling some distance to view.


  • Internal Size:c1,150sq.ft. (107sq.m.)
  • Walking distance of Scarriff village


  • Parking
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Oil Fired Central Heating

BER Details


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BER No 106676075
Energy Performance Indicator: 187.18 kWh/m2/yr

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Date Entered/Renewed:

7/6/2018 (17 days ago)

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