Trading up: Moyreisk, Co Clare €349,000

THIS spacious, contemporary Co Clare property, at Moyreisk, near Quin village, has been attracting good interest.

Douglas Hurley, of DNG O’Sullivan Hurley auctioneers, says that within days of going on the market, five viewings had been booked for the 2,500 sq ft house, which was built eight years ago. “This is down to the popularity of the location and the realistic asking price of €349,000,” he says. Set on a site of half an acre, the architect-designed house has been decorated in contemporary style and maintained in excellent condition.

Downstairs, there’s a sun lounge, a utility room and two, large oak-floored reception rooms with fireplaces. There’s a spacious kitchen-dining room with cherry-wood units, polished limestone worktops and integrated appliances. Upstairs, there’s a bathroom and four bedrooms, including two with en-suites and walk-in wardrobes. The house has lawns and two large patios (one gets the sun in the morning, the other the evening sun).

Moyreisk, three miles from Quin and four and a half from Ennis, is a popular residential area.

Sq m: 230

Bedrooms: 4

BER rating: Pending

Broadband: Yes

VERDICT: It’s stylish, spacious and well-finished and is in a nice, rural setting within easy commuting distance of Ennis.


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