On this week’s Property Watch we take a look at the higher end of the market locally and some of the homes currently for sale in Laois.
We run the rule over some of the homes for sale in the €450-€550,000 price range – with properties in Killenard, Emo, Durrow and Portlaoise.
In each instance you can click through to read the full Daft.ie profile.
A five-bedroom B3 rated property within easy walking distance of the Heritage Golf Club and Resort.
In all there are five double bedrooms one currently arranged as an office. In addition there is a large detached garage, electric gates and ample off street parking. The private garden consists of an orchard of apple, pear and cherry trees, blackcurrant and raspberry bushes and an elderflower tree. There are lots of herbs and a western red cedar glass house, which has grown tomatoes, kale, sweetcorn and a multitude of other vegetables.
Portarlington is just a five minute drive away with it’s extensive facilities including 40 trains a day to Dublin. The property is just a ten minute drive to the N7 giving an easy commute to Dublin.
Guide Price: €550,000
“Kirone” is a property set on a mature half-acre site with up to another half-acre available if required.
Accessed through electric gates and stone pillars the fully landscaped site complete with tarmacadamed driveway and Victorian standard lamps.
On the first floor two of the four bedrooms are en suite with the master also enjoying a walk-in wardrobe. The view from all the bedrooms is immense and light floods in from all sides.
“However, the real memorable feature is the glass floor at the centre of the landing,” say Hume Auctioneers. “This beautiful feature allows light to flow from the roof light all the way to the inner hall below outside there is a large detached garage laid out in two parts and ideally suited for many uses.”
Guide Price: €550,000
“Set alongside the tranquil Dunmore woodlands and just outside the picture postcard town of Durrow; this handsome 5-bedroom residence with natural stone facade and manicured gardens is one of the finest houses in all of County Laois,” say Hume Auctioneers.
Built in 2005, this is a five-bedroom home over 3,000 square foot. There are two ensuite bedrooms on the ground floor. Upstairs there are three bedrooms.
Built in 2005 the home has a B3 energy rating. Highspeed broadband is available making the property ideal for home study and work.
Guide Price: €495,000
14 Carrick Hill is located on the Dublin road and “is a very sought after development not only for its fine mature landscaping but the low density that offers outstanding privacy” says Sherry Fitzgerald Hyland Keating auctioneers.
“This home has the enviable position with a south facing garden and has a large green area to the rear of the house so it is not overlooked in anyway.”
In all there are three reception rooms, two bathrooms, four bedrooms, utility, garage, south facing garden, low maintenance exterior and ample parking.
Guide Price: €450,000