Re/max Platinum Naas are privileged to present this stunning opportunity to own this bright and well-presented four-bedroom bungalow in this spectacular residential development called Lullymore. This property is set on quarter of an acre and floor area developed C. 1623.72 sq feet. This property has been maintained to an incredibly high standard, and it offers generous accommodation. The garden has a manicured lawn and shrubs.
The accommodation comprises of the following, Porch, Large L-shaped hallway, living room and fourth bedroom exceptionally arranged, earlier on left first, second bedroom and at the end master bed ensuite. Kitchen/dining room, Utility room, large family bathroom. There is also oil central heating and solid fuel stove (Stanley) extra space all around side of the house. There is a large fully private lawned front side garden with mature shrubbery.
An extremely well maintained 4 bed detached bungalow on a large site in this much sought-after development of Lullymore, Rathangan. This property offers the opportunity to acquire a family home in the wonderful area of Lullymore. The home is within a short stroll from Lullymore heritage, Allenwood and Rathangan amenities such as restaurants, shops, post office and bus stops.
Internally, well-proportioned accommodation overlooking the dual entrance and maintained lawn area to the front. The property is in wonderful condition throughout offering the purchaser a home ready to move into.
The house is on approx. c.0.25-acre site with accessible dormer extension.
To appreciate this exceptional bungalow and all it has to offer, viewing is essential.
Lullymore is 10km from Rathangan and only 3km from Allenwood Village. It is located close the bus stop for the #120 Bus Eireann route Dublin / Edenderry which stops hourly. Bus commute time is 70 mins to/from Busarus, Dublin City Centre.
Clane, Sallins & Newbridge are a 20 minute drive and Naas a 25 minute drive.
The proposed Grand Canal Greenway will be 2km and the property is also located adjacent to Bog of Allen Nature Reserve.
Literature Review of Lullymore: Lullymore is a unique mineral island within the Bog of Allen. It is steeped in history. An old graveyard on the island marks the remains of a 5th century monastery. The monks settled on Lullymore Island because it was a peaceful and remote place, surrounded by the wilderness of the Bog of Allen. Today Lullymore Island is a patchwork of fields, woodlands and hedges and covers an area of 220 hectares. Surrounding the island, on the eastern side are two raised bogs which are connected to each other by a strip of woodland. These raised bogs are of great value for wild flowers, birds and other animals. On the western side of this island is an area of cutover bog which has become re-vegetated with a rich diversity of plants. Most of the remaining bogland surrounding the island is in active peat production. The project is being promoted by the Irish Peatland Conservation Council (IPCC) who run the Bog of Allen Nature Centre. The flora and fauna, hedgerows, landuse and the tourist facilities will be examined. During the survey it is also planned to make an oral history of the island drawing on the background and experience of some of the 50 householders on the island (http://kildare.ie/community/notices/lullymore-island.asp). This information will be used to propose a model for the development of a Heritage Zone, called Lullymore Island, and an education programme for visitors and the community living there.
Porch: 1.53m x 1.0m Patio doors, front door with all the way tiled
Living Room: 4.22m x 3.81m Timber floor, large window to front, double glazing window to front face, cooper fireplace hood feature, single door separate from the fourth bedroom.
Kitchen/Dining Room: 3.70m x 4.30m Eye to floor units, Integrated cooker, microwave, electric cooker top, tiled floor kitchen, wooden dining floor area, fitted lights, patio doors to second main entrance.
Bathroom: 3.70m x 2.10m Bath with mixer shower, fully tiled walls and floors, window to rear, w.h.b., w.c.,
Bedroom 1: 3.00m x 2.75m Timber floor solid oak, picture window to front.
Bedroom 2: 3.11m x 3.26m Timber floor solid oak, picture window to side, partly carpeted, currently aminated as office room.
Bedroom 3 (Master) : 3.64m x 3.60m Timber floor solid pine, windows to side.
En-suite: 2.53m x 2.40m Tiled floor, shower unit, w.c., w.h.b., window to front fully tiled walls
Bedroom 4: 3.30m x 4.22m Timber floor solid oak, fitted wardrobes, picture window to front.
Dormer: Accessible for dormer extension.
Garden: Large rear garden with mature shrubbery, fully private and enclosed garden, Side access to front, oil central heating, patio slabbing.