Carrigeen, Kill, Co. Waterford
Carrigeen, Kill, Co. Waterford
A detached bungalow on a beautiful site surrounded by mature garden, trees and shrubs.
This block built detached home and was constructed in c.2007. It provides generous living and bedroom accommodation and is located in a picturesque countryside setting which is c. 1 mile from the village of Kill.
Accommodation consists a main reception room with pellet burning stove, main bathroom, en-suite bathroom, kitchen - diner, and utility room. Leading from the kitchen there is additional living space in the form of a sunroom which overlooks the garden to the rear.
The master bedroom is attached to an en-suite bathroom and has built in walk in storage. There are two other double bedrooms. All bedrooms are generous and spacious.
Floor to ceiling height is approx. 9 feet and this extenuates the sense of space that this fine home has to offer. The attic is floored and has a velux window to the rear with stira access. The attic may offer a new owner the opportunity to modify the home to a dormer - subject to the usual planning and suitability.
This home has a substantial driveway to the front with mature garden. The garden sweeps around to the rear and offers complete privacy. This south facing garden to the rear provides ample space and calm to enjoy the birds singing and entertainment space for friends and family. Beyond the garden, a herd of cows happily roam around the adjacent field.
There is a detached block built garage with a WC and a pump house for the well. Own sewerage system is onsite.
This is an oil fired central heated home with double glazed PVC is presented in immaculate condition throughout. The attic is insulated, and walls have been recently pumped with insulation after the 2017 BER was completed.
Within the village of Kill there are amenities such as convenience stores, restaurant and bar.
This home is within a short 3 mile drive from Bunmahon Beach and dramatic coastal scenery along the Copper Coast. Within 10 minutes the village of Kilmeaden is accessed.
The Copper Coast extends along the County Waterford coastline for 25km. It is named after the 19th century copper mines. These lie in the midst of this spectacular stretch of cliffs and coast. The area was declared a European Geopark in 2001. In 2015 Waterford's The Copper Coast Geopark, became a UNESCO Global Geopark.
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Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.