Full of features, this home keeps giving.
Where to start? With the basics of course: 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and large backyard with a concrete built (and Kingspan insulated) garden shed.
Covering circa 1,340 square foot, this end of terrace home is in exceptional condition. From the clean lines of the kitchen/dining area to the homely warmth (and size) of the sitting room with solid fuel stove-this home offers space and privacy.
But that is just the basics covered, there’s more: recessed lighting throughout, brushed stainless steel electrical sockets, illuminated LED bathroom mirror cabinets and a driveway that fits 3 cars.
This home continues to give: alarmed with a HKC 1070 Intruder alarm, that security system is linked to the 8 LED lights in the soffit-if the alarm goes off, the lights come on too. But let’s face it-because this is safe estate within walking distance of town, schools and Dun-A-Ri Forest Park-the only time you’ll need the alarm and lights is to impress your friends when showing off your new home.
And while doing that, you have to show them the zoned heating system which can be controlled via the C-Home App. The App allows you set relevant zones, heating schedules and can be operated via Alexa/Google Home.
Lastly, the concrete built garden shed has a Kingspan insulated panel roof, with mains electricity supply coming from the house. With an alarm contact on the door and a network connection to the house, this could be a great home office.
This home is more than ready to go. It is private, lovingly maintained, and has lots of space out the back. Additional features mean it comes with all the bells and whistles. Come check them out for yourself.
Other key details include:
– Gas fired central heating.
– Mains electricity.
– Mains water.
– Main sewerage.
– Additional insulation including: pumped cavity insulation, fibreglass in attic, and double glazed windows.
– 4 analogue cameras on exterior of property (recorder not included in sale).
With a storied past, 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.
BER No.: 103503801
BER Energy Performance Indicator: 172.41 kWh/m²/yr
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.