Home Property Property Watch: A selection of homes available in Laois for around €230,000

Property Watch: A selection of homes available in Laois for around €230,000

On this week’s Property Watch we look at five homes currently for sale in Portlaoise, Mountmellick and Abbeyleix.

Among the properties featuring this week are three estate houses in Portlaoise and beatifully lit 4-bedroom cottage in Abbeyleix which sits on an impressive 1.18 acre site.

In each instance you can click through to see the full profile on Daft.ie.

9 Bluebell Way, Esker Hills, Portlaoise, Co. Laois

A fine three bedroom Detached House in the well known Esker Hills estate is brought to the market by DNG Kelly. The property comprises of an Entrance hall, kitchen/dining area, living room, utility room, downstairs w.c. and storage room.  Upstairs there is a Master bedroom en-suite and 2 more double bedrooms and a main family bathroom.

The hall, kitchen, utility room and w.c., upstairs bathroom and ensuite are fully tiled. Whilst the stairs, landing and all bedrooms are newly carpeted with built in wardrobes in two bedrooms.

This property benefits from large rear garden and gas fired central heating. The rear of the property is a southwest-facing back garden with its own side entrance and there is oarking at side of property.

Guide Price: €229,000

8 Brockra Walk, Bellingham, Portlaoise, Co. Laois

Property Partners Buggy present a three bedroom semi detached home in Bellingham estate, which sits on the outskirts of Portlaoise town and in walking distance to all its amentities.

The accommodation includes three double bedrooms (1 ensuite), spacious Kitchen/diner complete with fitted kitchen & appliances, living room, main bathroom and guest WC. Outside there’s a large rear garden and off street parking space.

The property boasts a large garden and convenient off street parking. The house is ready to move into and is in great condition.

Guide Price:€227,500

216 Courthouse Square, Maryborough Village, Portlaoise, Co. Laois

CBPM introduces to the market a 3 Bed End of Terrace Property, located in the popular development of Maryborough Village on the Mountrath Road.

Measuring at 107.97m2, (1162 sq ft) this home was constructed in 2006 and holds a B3 BER Energy Rating. It is an end house situated within a quiet cul de sac which overlooks a common green area.

The accomadation includes a spacious entrance hall, under stairs storage, sitting room with feature fireplace, kitchen/dining area with a bespoke fitted kitchen, downstairs guest wc, 3 bedrooms with wardrobe area, hot press and a fully tiled family bathroom with separate shower unit and bath.

Guide Price: €240,000

Ballymullen, Abbeyleix, Co. Laois

Hume auctioneers present Rose Cottage, a beautiful and bright 4-bedroom dormer residence set on a magnificent 1.18 acre site just outside Abbeyleix and minutes from Heywood community college.

On the ground floor there are 3 large reception rooms, any of which could double as a large fourth bedroom. The ground floor also has a full and bathroom kitchen/dining room.  On the first floor are the three bedrooms. A large walk in hot press and a second full bathroom complete the first floor accommodation.

The accompanying land, location and well lit spaces make this a very attracitve property

Guide Price: €235,000

20 O’Moore Street, Mountmellick, Co. Laois

No. 20 O’Moore Street is brought to the market by Sherry Fitzgerald and the property enjoys a newly built two-storey extension. Downstairs the property contains a bright kitchen to the rear with patio doors, the sitting room, a guest wc and utility.

Upstairs there are three double bedrooms, including ensuite master bedroom. There is also a family bathroom. Outside there is still plenty of space in the rear garden, large garage storage area and nicely cobble locked patio area.

Mountmellick town is on the doorstep with a range of sports club on offer aswell as all the necessary shops and entertainement.

Guide Price: €245,000

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