NO 9 Hazelwood has been re decorated and freshly painted throughout including the Kitchen Cabinets, and is in walk- in- condition.
Loughrea known in Irish as Baile Locha Riach, meaning "town of the grey lake" lies to the north of a range of wooded hills, the Slieve Aughty Mountains, and the lake from which it takes its name. The town's cathedral, St Brendan's, dominates the town's skyline. This town has increased in population in the late 20th and early 21st centuries mainly due to its convenient location within circa 35 minutes of Galway' city. Although the town serves as a commuter town for the city, it also remains an independent market town with a large rural catchment area.
The M6 motorway (Galway to Dublin) is just 4 minutes of the town via the N65 which was constructed on the now defunct Loughrea to Attymon railway line which closed down in the 1960'. There are a variety of reasons why Loughrea has become the popular residential location it is today and not all are because of its proximity to Galway city they include the wonderful swimming and fishing amenity that is Lough Rea, the Abbey Walks which is a beautifully tranquil place for your daily walk, the town Moat which is the only working Moat remaining in Ireland today, the scenic Slieve Aughty Mountains to the south which are always in view, the historic Carmelite Abbey now in ruins which was established in the early part of the 13th Century, Corries field located off the R380 on the North West shore of the lake is a purpose built park which is designed specifically for local residents to take their daily exercise be that walking, jogging, running or any combination of these it has proved to be an extremely popular amenity.
Loughrea the market town is a hive of activity with a modern shopping centre, a wide variety of shops, pubs, restaurants, hotels, service stations etc. which ensures you never have to travel beyond the town limits for any of the basics required for living. Families are very well catered for with a choice of children's playgrounds and a great choice of schools both primary and post primary all located conveniently within the town.
While residing here brings many benefits and conveniences leaving it for your daily commute, for your trips to three of Ireland's major cities namely Galway, Limerick or Dublin are all very commutable by virtue of Ireland's modern motorway network or when you want to take your annual holiday abroad there are three international airports to choose from all are within easy reach as Shannon is just 40 minutes to the South via the R380/M18, the Ireland West International airport is also convenient at approximately one hour North West and of course Dublin's airport is commutable in just under two hours makes this town both a great place to live and to commute both to and from.
No 9 is located only 5 mins from this wonderful thriving town centre and what it has to offer, it is in excellent condition and ready for you to move into to take advantage of its homely atmosphere.
Accommodation, on the ground floor is the Entrance hall which leads to the spacious family room complete with its open fire, then onto the newly painted Kitchen/Dining room including newly painted units, off the kitchen is the convenient Utility room with its back door leading to the back garden. The Guest WC completes the accommodation on this floor.
On the first floor are four well proportioned bedrooms of which the Master bedroom is en-suite.
All bedrooms have built in wardrobes for storage. 3 of the bedrooms cater for double beds, the 4th bedroom has a very clever built in unit for a single bed and storage drawers allowing extra floor space.
The family Bathroom completes the accommodation on this floor.
If you are looking for modern, well located and well maintained family home then this maybe the one for you.
We are sure this home wont last long on the market so to arrange your viewing calll Tara on 087 2391070.
- Ready to move into
- C. 115.42SqM ( 1242 SqFt). D1 rating. YOC 1997.
- Newly decorated & Painted
- Close Proximity to Loughrea Town Centre