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Idyllic home in the country

Co. Longford
Luxury four bedroom bungalow
Price on application

AN IDYLLIC countryside lifestyle awaits prospective buyers of this four bedroom bungalow in the Irish Midlands. Situated in the Republic’s fourth smallest county, this property in Fisherstown, Co Longford offers both a picturesque location and the ideal family home.


The luxury property, which comes with a conservatory and sunroom, is nestled on a mature well-maintained site within walking distance of the River Shannon and Tarmonbarry village. Longford town is just five miles away.

It also benefits from uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside and is located in a cul-de-sac close to the village of Clondra, which boasts renowned restaurants.

The property is finished to a high specification and presented in pristine condition. One of the many attractive features is the cream fitted kitchen with its island breakfast counter and adjoining dining room – perfect for family meals and dinner parties.

Off the kitchen is a bright and airy conservatory with French doors leading out to a timber decking area to the rear of the property. The accommodation in full is made up of an entrance hall, kitchen, dining room, sitting room, conservatory, sunroom, four bedrooms including two ensuites, utility and main bathroom.

Externally, there is a large mature front and rear garden with patio and detached garage. The property is fitted with an alarm and security lights.

Overall the excellent presentation of this home, both internally and externally, together with its pivotal location near the River Shannon, makes it a truly magnificent and mustview house.

This property is on view on Saturday 13th October from 1pm – 2pm.

Contact Sherry FitzGerald P. Burke Estate Agents, Goff Street, Roscommon Town on 00353 9066 27200 or email for further details.


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One comment on “Idyllic home in the country”

  1. Michael dunford

    How often does the Irish post come out---daily/weekly? How much to put a small "house for sale add" in the newspaper? Regards, Michael.


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