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 01 866 6100

Croghan, Barrack, Gorey , Wexford

Guide Price
€325000

Features

Beautiful Location
Architecturally designed
Oil fired condenser boiler central heating
Large double glazed windows throughout
Log burning Stove
Modern high pressure well system
Double height ceiling
Landscaped Gardens

Move On Estate Agency are delighted to bring the beautiful architecturally designed country lodge to the market.

The property briefly comprises, 3 large bedrooms, master en-suite, and a large family bathroom. To the rear of the property is a large kitchen with dining and spacious living area, which has a log burning stove and double height ceiling to maximize the views.

The residence is 12 years old and built to the highest standard with great attention given to design detail, the property which is filled with natural light is airy and spacious.
The large double glazed windows through out take full advantage of the elevated site, with uninterrupted views of the breath taking surrounding countryside, in its private and tranquil setting.

Situates in midst of the beautiful Wexford/Wicklow countryside this property is located in North Wexford with Arklow 13km away, Gorey 18km and the N11 9kms. It is a 45 min commute to Dublin.

With the local amenities of Ballyfad National School and Post Office a 5 min drive away Coolgreany for the local shop and pub. It is also within the catchment area for secondary schools in Carnew and Gorey.

Furthermore, this country location provides hill and forest walking with views of Croghan Mountain from the house. Adventure activities of horse riding, kayaking and abseiling just a short drive away.

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Sales agent contact details:

David Madden

Augustine House, Oliver Bond Street, Dublin 8

 

call: 01 866 6100

email: David@Move-on.ie

 

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