Home Property Property: Super semi-detached in Bracknagh for sale with Tom McDonald Auctioneers

Property: Super semi-detached in Bracknagh for sale with Tom McDonald Auctioneers

48 St brochans park

Tom McDonald & Associates – Experienced, Professional, Trusted – are pleased to offer to the market this quality, concrete built two bed semi-detached bungalow with attic conversion.

Situated to the front of a mature development in Bracknagh Village with shop, pub, church and school. It is a short drive to Rathangan, Portarlington and the M7.

Presented in very good condition throughout, this ideal home has a large south-west facing rear garden offering a sunny outdoor space for social gatherings.

Accommodation is comprised of entrance hall, living room, dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom on the ground floor with a spiral staircase to two rooms in the converted attic.

The living room with timber floor has a feature solid fuel insert stove with beautiful surround mantlepiece. The dining room with timber Ffoor has beautiful coving on the ceiling and archway leading to the Kitchen.

In the Kitchen there are quality fitted units with tiled floor and splashback. Appliances include double oven, hob, extractor fan and fridge freezer.

The bathroom is a fully tiled wet room with double shower area and electric shower. Both bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and laminate timber flooring.

A spiral staircase leads to the attic conversion with an additional two rooms perfect for a home office and play room. There is vehicular access to the rear of the property.

Garden at 48 St Brochans park

In the private rear garden there is a concrete shed with electricity. There are double glazed windows and doors throughout, and the property is heated by an oil-fired central heating system.

This Property is a Must View.

Services: Mains water, sewerage, electricity and broadband. Built c. 1955.

SEE ALSO – Check out more on this property from the Tom McDonald website

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