Home that stands out from the crowd

A VERY good interior quality helps this house, located at Portauns near Kilmallock, to stand out from the crowd – but you have to go inside to see it for yourself.

With quality flooring upstairs and down, good tiling, and smart bathrooms (four in all), the detached two-storey four-bed home on a 0.75 acre site is the market with the Dooley Group, who seek offers over €395k.

Pat Dooley says the 2,500 sq ft Co Limerick home, a mile from Kilmallock on the Charleville Road is in extremely good condition, and well-decorated in neutral, restful tones.

Two of its four bedrooms have en suite bathrooms, the kitchen has painted units with timber tops, a tiled floor and integrated appliances, there are two open fireplaces in the reception rooms (and bay windows), there’s oil central heating and rads have screening covers, there’s broadband, and an alarm, while the gardens have a shed.


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