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Property Watch: Five homes in Laois currently for sale for around €400,000

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On this week’s Property Watch we take a look at some of the homes currently for sale in Laois for around €400,000.

In each case you can click through to the full Daft.ie profile to see more.

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Wellfield, Mountrath Road, Portlaoise

Jordan Auctioneers present this period residence to the market which was originally built in 1905 and has been in the Odlum family’s ownership since 1923.

With a gross internal floor area of approx. 197.4 sq.m (2,125 sq.ft) the property stands on a total area of 1.22 hectares (3 acres) comprising mature gardens and an enclosed paddock.

The house on the Mountrath Road is very close to the town centre and though described by the auctioneers as “in need of modernisation” has several reception rooms and a three bedrooms. There is also a Coach House which they say “would be ideal for conversion into a studio, granny flat, workshop or office” in addition to two stables and a range of other outhouses.

Guide Price: €395,000


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19 Cherrybrook, Portlaoise

CBPM Real Estate brings to the market this two-storey, five-bed detached home situated in the Foxburrow estate off the Block Road.

Downstairs you have large sitting room, downstairs bedroom/study or playroom,  spacious kitchen/dining area leading out to a large extended room. Utility Room with ample fitted storage and downstairs guest toilet. Landscaped garden with patio area to the rear of the property.

First Floor comprises of four double bedrooms, the master bedroom is ensuite. Main bathroom complete with exquisite tiling. This family home was built in 2015 and is an A3 energy efficient home, with gas central heating.

Guide Price: €395,000


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2 Carrick Hill, Portlaoise

Located to the end of a cul de sac No.2 sits overlooking a large green area in the mature Carrick Hill estate on the Dublin Road in Portlaoise.

The property is very private with no overlooking to the rear or front. There is a large driveway to the side of the house giving vehicular access to the rear garden.

The property boasts a large reception room to the front with solid fuel stove. Through the hall is a large kitchen dinner with slate floor and hand painted cream kitchen. There is patio door to the garden. Off the kitchen is the utility room with guest wc as well as the 2nd reception room.

Upstairs the master bedroom has built in wardrobes and ensuite. There are two further double bedrooms and the fourth bedroom is located to the front with built in storage. The main bathroom is also at this level.

Guide Price: €395,000


Laois property

Clonaghadoo, Mountmellick

Pat Conroy Auctioneers are bring this home to the residential sales market. A two story detached residence and a single story bungalow which is also on site.

Set on a generous site with mature gardens with an additional private bungalow and extensive workshop.

Internally- entrance foyer, living room, kitchen, dining room, utility room, downstairs family bathroom, four double bedrooms and first floor family bathroom. The separate private bungalow has an open plan kitchen, dining and living areas, two bedrooms and family bathroom.

Guide Price: €380,000


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Sika Lodge, Abbeyleix

A four bedroom detached residence in Abbeyleix with “a beautiful stone facade, decorative bargeboards and brick reveals” according to Hume Auctioneers.

“This property offers traditional charm with the highest of modern standards. The accommodation includes 4 large bedrooms each with its own ensuite. Three reception rooms, a spacious kitchen, full bathroom and a utility.

“Due to its stunning good looks, superb location and blissful 1.5 Acre site, we expect substantial interest.”

Guide Price: €390,000

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