This is a home with outstanding potential. It is 1600 sq ft, four bedroom home located in the most sought after location in Ballinroad/Abbeyside area. What sets this house apart from many other impressive properties in the area is not only it’s fantastic panoramic views, its impressive footprint and parkland setting, but its considerable privacy and ease of access to the town and harbour of Dungarvan, Ballinroad and Abbeyside village.
This house extends to approximately 0.7 of an acre of immaculately manicured gardens and grounds which have been carefully planned and landscaped over the years. They are well-stocked with a variety of plants, shrubs and trees.
Meticulously and cleverly designed to capture every aspect of its surrounds it really is in a league of its own. It is a two storey 1600 sq ft property with a large double garage. There is a bright entrance hall that has floor to ceiling glass window to the front of the house. There is a very large living/dining room that enjoys wonderful views of the beautiful gardens from all angles. There is a kitchen and a sunroom that has great potential to extend or join together if one wanted a large open plan space.
The first floor enjoys a bright spacious landing. There are three double bedrooms and a single bedroom. The double bedrooms all enjoy seaviews. There is a family bathroom. It is approx. 60 years old. It is in need of some modernisation but the house has endless potential. This is a once off opportunity to obtain a wonderful house in a location that has everything on the doorstep from amenities to a wonderful quality of living.
It is a stone’s throw from the Gold Coast Hotel and to the Gold Coast Golf Club. Knocknagranagh Golf Club is only a few minutes’ drive from the property and the beautiful Clonea blue flag beach is within walking/cycling distance.
Dungarvan is a thriving seaside market town nestled beneath the Comeragh mountains of County Waterford Ireland.
Strategically located on the South East coast of Ireland and overlooking beautiful Dungarvan Bay, the town has a population of more than 8,000 people. Another twenty thousand live in Dungarvan’s hinterland. It has a lot of activities to offer. Due to its perfect location, one can do any kind of watersport, go hiking, cycling and so much more. The cycling tracks along the old railway line called Greenway. This off road cycle/walk track is 48km running from Dungarvan to Waterford. The start of the Greenway is a stone throw from this wonderful property.
Distances and time from the property to the following locations:
Abbeyside 2 Km
Waterford 48 Km
Cork 80 Km
Rosslare 125 Km
Dublin 150 Km
Tralee 222 Km
Galway 280 Km
Cork Airport – 1 hour
Waterford Airport – 40 minutes
Shannon Airport – 2 hours
Dublin Airport – 2.5 hours
Rosslare Harbour – 1.5 hours
On entering Dungarvan on the first roundabout “Coolagh Road Roundabout” take the first exit for the Town Centre. At the next small roundabout take the first exit sign posted Tramore via Costal Road (R675). Travel along this road for approx. 2 miles until you come to another roundabout, take the second exit signposted Tramore and Bunmahon. Travel along this road and you will go over a small bridge. Go straight ahead. Take the first left turn signposted Ballinroad (L3012). The house is the first house on your right handside, with a very large hedge surrounding the house.
On entering Dungarvan you will first meet a roundabout called “Youghal Road Roundabout”, take the first exit signposted Waterford, Rosslare, Clonmel. Travel on the N25 Dungarvan by-pass and take the third exit at “The Spring Roundabout”, 2nd exit at “The Kilrush Roundabout”, 2nd exit at the “Fair Lane Roundabout”2ND exit at the “Shandon Roundabout”, 2nd exit at the Strandside Roundabout”. At the next roundabout “Coolagh Road Roundabout” take the 2nd exit for the Town Centre. At the next small roundabout take the first exit sign posted Tramore via Costal Road (R675). Travel along this road for approx. 2 miles until you come to another roundabout, take the second exit signposted Tramore and Bunmahon. Travel along this road and you will go over a small bridge. Go straight ahead. Take the first left turn signposted Ballinroad (L3012). The house is the first house on your right handside, with a very large hedge surrounding the house.