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Bayview, Sunhill, Termonfeckin, County Louth , A92 AH70

Offers over €500,000
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 4
  • Size 302 m²
  • Ber Rating
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Description

Surrounded by wonderful gardens and situated on an elevated site with views out over the Irish Sea, Bayview is a mature dormer bungalow offering extensive accommodation of approx. 3,250 sq ft /302 sqm including the double garage. Hidden away behind mature planting, the cobbelock driveway opens up to reveal a fine family home in a lovely setting just minutes from the coast and the picturesque village of Termonfeckin. Decorated by the current owners in a distinctive ‘cottage’ style, the overall sense is of a warm and comfortable cosy lifestyle.

Starting with the main living room which features a wonderful ‘inglenook’ fireplace with a large solid fuel cast iron stove as focal point, this theme is continued throughout the house with rough plastered walls, latted timber ceilings, and solid wood internal doors. The painted kitchen features a solid timber centre island with built in electric oven, granite worktops, a double Belfast sink, and tiled floors and splashback.

A pair of glass doors open into the spacious sunroom with its lofted beamed ceiling and wrap around views to south and west. The separate dining room is conveniently placed between the kitchen and sitting room while the home office and playroom/study are located off the entrance hall.

Upstairs, there are four double bedrooms, two of which are en-suite, a large family bathroom and a bright light-filled landing with lots of storage off.

Outside, the landscaped gardens extend to approx. 1 acre and there is an exceptionally spacious double garage integral to the house, which offers potential for inclusion in the house itself if required.

LOCATION:
The picturesque village of Termonfeckin is located approx. 7km north of Drogheda town along the coast. Famous for its proximity to the well-known championship golf courses of Baltray (Co. Louth) and Seapoint, the village itself has excellent neighbourhood amenities including a newly built primary school, Centra supermarket and garage, Forgefield Farm Shop and Café, along with local bars and restaurants. Access to the M1 Motorway at Junction 10/11 is within 10 minutes of the property bringing Dublin Airport and city beyond into a very acceptable 45 minutes drive. Finally, there are miles of safe sandy beaches stretching from the Boyne Estuary to Clogherhead all within a few kilometres of Bayview.

FEATURES:
Presented in walk-in condition.

Stylish and high quality interior fit-out.

Mature landscaped gardens.

Sought after residential location.

Integral double garage.

ACCOMMODATION:
Entrance hall: 6.71 m x 1.72. Polished timber floors.

Sitting room: 6.19 x 3.81m. Inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove. Polished timber floors, feature timber latted ceiling.

Home office: 3.44m x 3.13m (off entrance hall).

Study/playroom: 3.70m x 3.02m.

Dining room: 3.95m X 3.03m.

Kitchen: 4.53m x 3.82m. Painted wall and floor units. Feature solid wood timber island. 

Utility room: Wall and floor storage. Plumbed. Wc/whb.

Sunroom: 4.67m x 3.45m (off kitchen). Lofted ceiling, double doors to extensive timber decking.

Upstairs:

Spacious light filled landing area with storage off.

Bedroom 1: 5.44m x 4.06m.

En -suite shower room

Bedroom 2: 3.89m x 2.68m.

Bedroom 3: 3.18m x 3.13m.

Bedroom 4: 3.97m x 3.66m.

En -suite shower room.

Family bathroom: 3.07m x 2.52m.

SERVICES:
Private well.

Septic tank.

Excellent connectivity.

OUTSIDE:
Integral double garage.

Cobbleock driveway.

1 acre of gardens.

PRICE:
Offers over €500,000


Directions

From Termonfeckin village head straight north past Sunhill Nursing Home and keep left. Go straight through the next crossroads and Bayview is the third house on the left hand side with timber gates and cobble lock driveway.

BER details

BER Rating:

BER No.: 113705537

Energy Performance Indicator: 168.82 kWh/m²/yr

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