Property of the Week: Style, beauty and character – and within an hour’s drive of Dublin
27 The Cross of Newton, Ballyroan, Co Laois, is a commuter home that costs €800 per month.
‘Style, beauty and character’ describes this 4-bedroom detached residence constructed in 2006 by Mulhall Developments.
The Cross of Newton in Ballyroan is a stunning development located around 50 minutes to Dublin city and is a feeder parish for Heywood secondary school in Abbeyleix.
The property itself has been meticulously presented and maintained by current owners.
The front driveway has parking for two cars with open-plan lawn area, located in a cul-de-sac setting and overlooking a green area.
The residence and area will appeal to a growing family.
The house boasts a large entrance hallway with high ceilings leading to a spacious sitting-room area with a wood-burning stove ideal for those winter evenings.
The modern cream fitted kitchen and spacious dining area is sure to appeal to those with a culinary flair. Double doors lead to a private rear garden area. A utility room and toilet are also located off the kitchen cum dining room.
The residence boasts dual central heating of oil heating and wood-burning stove. On the first floor, three of the bedrooms (one of which is ensuite) are of double dimension size and one single dimensions.
The main bathroom is a cream suite with Jacuzzi bath and power shower.
The residence is guiding at €179,950, (repayments of €800 per month based on 4.2 per cent mortgage over 30 years) a fantastic purchase for those seeking peace and tranquillity of the countryside while still being in close proximity to all amenities and within an hour’s drive of Dublin. Extending to 123 sq m, the residence can be further extended SPP.