A property in Enniscorthy has hit the market with a price tag of just €120,000.
No. 4 Mill Park Road is a two bed and one bathroom house with an enclosed walled-in rear yard/garden with rear access.
The house is in a superb location in a much sought after area along the Mill Park Road and is within walking distance of all amenities including shops, schools, churches, Health Centre, Riverside hotel and restaurants.
The property is located along the N30 (New Ross road) and only 300m from the roundabout and Post Office. Wexford town is a twenty minute drive and south Dublin can be reached in a little over an hour. Commuter Services such as Wexford Bus, Bus Eireann and the railway station offer convenient hourly services.
No. 4 Mill Park Road is a compact two bedroom residence with an enclosed walled-in rear yard/garden with rear access. From the outside the house is in a ‘good-to-go’ condition, but the inside could use a little TLC. Although no major structural or redevelopment work is required, a redecoration would be needed to bring the house up to its full potential.
The Kitchen and bathroom are both very dated with the bathroom sporting a green ceramic sink and toilet. The house has a utility room with extra storage and washer and dryer space. The house has two bedrooms, one large master bedroom and a second smaller double room. Both would benefit from a lick of paint to bring the space back to life.
A large back garden offers a ton of potential as it stands bare at the moment. The property has a BER rating of G, new buyers may want to consider upgrading the homes insulation and windows to raise this rating.
Auctioneer Harold Young shared his thoughts on the property pointing out its central location.
“Location, location, location. Mill Park Road is within easy reach of everything Enniscorthy has to offer from coffee shops and restaurants to bars and hotels and nature walks along the Slaney,” he said. “This property has had strong interest to date with a number of offers already made. Interest has come from both investors and those seeking a home,” he added.
This article was written by Sarah Murphy and can be accessed here.