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€260,000

Brandra, Attanagh, Co. Laois

3 Bed

1 Bath

Bungalow

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  • Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
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Excellent 3 Bedroom Bungalow in Co Laois Ireland Euroresales Property ID €" 9824747 Property information: This excellent 3 bedroom property is situated in Attanagh co Kilkenny Ireland. Abbeyleix is a town in County Laois, located around 14 kilometres south of the county town of Portlaoise. Attanagh takes its name from the Irish Ath Thanaide which means the shallow or narrow ford. The name is not given to any townland. It is applied to the general area of Attanagh village. A very old name for the place was Rathanna which is still occasionally heard. It is found in the tenth century Book of Leinster and is one of the oldest names in this part of the country. Records for the place go back to about 1200AD when the Norman overlord William St. Leger granted the lands of Attanagh to the Abbot of St. Thomas Abbey in Dublin for all time. Portlaoise is located in the South Midlands in the province of Leinster. It is the most populous and also the most densely populated town in the Midlands Region, which has a total population of 292,301 at the 2016 census. This property is located near Durrow, a small town located in south-east County Laois, Ireland. The River Erkina flows through Durrow and joins the River Nore about 1.5 km east of the town. There are numerous beautiful walks around the Durrow area. There are also cycle paths. These include the Leafy Loop which runs by the River Nore. This property is just 15 minutes from the M7 motorway. Property details: This beautifully finished 3 bedroom home is ideal for a growing family. The tarmacadam driveway to the property has ample parking which is further complimented by a detached garage and shed. The manicured lawns are impressively spacious and being bound by mature trees and shrubbery they afford superb privacy. The property boasts three spacious double bedrooms, main bathroom, kitchen/dining room, sitting room, utility room & hotpress and is presented in pristine condition throughout. It comes with dual Central heating, double glazed UPVC windows along with solid doors, ideal for those winter months. Superb timber flooring has been laid mostly in this property. The utility room and bathroom are fully tiled. The kitchen / dining room consists of a fully fitted bespoke kitchen including a solid fuel stove whilst the sitting room has a cast iron and timber fireplace along with fitted units. Two of the three spacious bedrooms come with built in wardrobes. The property also includes a superb private pool which provides a nice area to cool down on hot sunny days. Along with the pool, the private garden provides a wonderful area to relax. A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within County Laois Ireland. Other information: No. of Beds: 3 No. of Reception Rooms: 2 Floor Space (metres squared): 0.75 acre site Furnished: Unfurnished Plot (metres squared): O.75 acre site Parking: Garage No of Outbuildings: 2 View: Country Orientation: South-West Distance from Sea: 1.5 hours Distance from Airport: Please Select Distance from Golf: 15 mins Distance from Main Attraction: 15 mins About the area: Attanagh takes its name from the Irish Ath Thanaide which means the shallow or narrow ford. The name is not given to any townland. It is applied to the general area of Attanagh village. A very old name for the place was Rathanna which is still occasionally heard. It is found in the tenth century Book of Leinster and is one of the oldest names in this part of the country. Records for the place go back to about 1200AD when the Norman overlord William St. Leger granted the lands of Attanagh to the Abbot of St. Thomas Abbey in Dublin for all time. County Laois, located in the south of the Midlands Region and is also located in the province of Leinster, and was formerly known as Queen's County. The modern county takes its name from Loé­gis, a medieval kingdom. The population of the county is 84,732, according to the 2016 census - 20% higher than it was in the 2006 census, which is the highest percentage of population growth in the country. Contact Euro Resales Ltd for more information. If you need to buy or sell property in Ireland fast contact us today.

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