FER­RY­BANK, WATER­FORD € 335,000

Sq m: 158 (1,700 sq ft) BER rat­ing: C2 Bed­rooms: 4 Bath­rooms: 3

Irish Examiner - Property & Interiors - - PROPERTY -

Built around the year 2000, and in a de­vel­op­ment where re-sales are in the ‘hen’s teeth’ rar­ity cat­e­gory, is the fine 1,700 sq ft fam­ily home Wood­view in Water­ford’s Mul­linabro Woods’ The Haven sec­tion.

The de­vel­op­ment, with five open green ar­eas for chil­dren to play in and around, is in a safe ru­ral set­ting, but with mains ser­vices and easy ac­cess to the Red­bridge round­about, for links to the M9 (for Dublin/Car­low), the N25 (Cork to Wex­ford) and N24 to Lim­er­ick, notes sell­ing agent David En­nis of En­nis Gough.

It’s two-storey, with side wing and rear sun-room, and is in smart or­der in­side and out, with three re­cep­tion rooms as well as a large open plan kitchen/din­ing space with fiery-red range cooker. The main liv­ing room has a Stan­ley wood burn­ing stove set into a quite for­mal white mar­ble chim­ney­p­iece, with oil cen­tral heat­ing in the back­ground. Agents En­nis Gough seek € 335,000 and say its own­ers have lav­ished care on it, as the de­vel­op­ment is pre­dom­i­nantly owner-oc­cu­pied, with a vig­or­ous res­i­dents’ as­so­ci­a­tion. VER­DICT: A good mix of qual­ity home, on a de­cent site with good screen­ing and pri­vacy, close to Water­ford city, yet with a sense of ru­ral re­move to it.

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