No. 22 is in a good place.
Sitting to the back of Thorndale Park, it is more peaceful than most. Minimal passers-by mean that you can enjoy the quiet both inside and out.
Four bedrooms, two bathrooms (and an ensuite) as well as a total floor area of c. 1,530 square feet, mean No. 22 has lots of space.
Size inside is matched outside–a green backyard covering gives freedom: in which to play, to relax, to enjoy. The backyard’s easterly aspect catches all of the morning and midday light.
With lots of parking space, this well maintained home offers more.
Completed in the early 2000s, Thorndale Park is one of Kingscourt’s older, more established estates.
Superbly maintained, this estate is family friendly, and peaceful–opportunities to buy here are rare, a sign of Thorndale Park’s quality.
Town centre is a short walk–about seven hundred metres–which means the estate is close to schools, shops and recreation areas. The peace of Dun-A-Ri Forest Park is nearby, as are spectacular views from Lough an Leagh mountain situated a few kilometres further west.
Soaked in history, Kingscourt is the home of historic Cabra Castle Hotel (4.2 km) and the natural beauty of Dun an Ri Forest Park (1.7 km away).
Kingscourt is also home to internationally known companies (both Kingspan and Gypsum are very much part of the history and community), and schools, creches, cafes and restaurants mean this town is thriving.
Kitchen equipped with electric oven and gas hob and extractor fan, as well as integrated fridge and fridge freezer. The large utility room leads off the kitchen.
Sitting room comes with cast iron fireplace and bay window.
Potential for extension to rear of home for sunroom or more kitchen space.
Potential to convert attic to further living/bedroom space.
Outside tap and hose–ideal for washing car in driveway.
Gas fired central heating–boiler serviced and maintained.
Shelved hot press.
Large backyard with easterly aspect.
BER Rating: C3
BER Number: 113542344
BER Energy Performance Indicator: 216.17 kWh/m2/year
Well located near major and minor urban areas as follows:
– just over 700 metres to Kingscourt’s Main Street.
– 12.4 km to Bailieborough.
– 13.6 km to Carrickmacross.
– 33.5 km from Navan.
– 80 km to Dublin.