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This spacious Portlaoise home with its own peaceful garden is on the market for €340,000


By Sarah Finnan
30th Nov 2022
This spacious Portlaoise home with its own peaceful garden is on the market for €340,000

Set inside a quiet development in Portlaoise, 18 Lime Tree Avenue is a warm and inviting four-bed property – newly decorated and in excellent condition throughout.

Inside, the accommodation comprises an entrance hall, living room, kitchen/dining room, guest bathroom, master bedroom with en suite shower room, three further double bedrooms and main family bathroom.

The front door opens onto a large entrance hall. Warm and inviting, the neutral colour palette is complemented by statement monochrome tiles which lead the way into adjoining rooms. 

The open-plan kitchen/dining room can be found off the hallway. Bright and spacious, there is plenty of storage space with a range of eye and base-level units along the wall, as well as a cosy breakfast bar that doubles as extra counter space. Other highlights include feature tile and wooden flooring, a  built-in hob and extractor and feature lighting. 

A large wooden dining table stands to the other side of the room, perfect for entertaining guests or catching up with family come dinner time. A washing machine and dryer can be found in the utility room, which also has further storage space.

A cosy bathroom and living room complete the downstairs accommodation. A marble fireplace with coal effect gas fire and granite hearth is the standout feature in the living room. French doors connect this space to the garden.

Upstairs, the accommodation comprises all four double bedrooms and the family bathroom. Red velvet carpet lines the stairs and is continued on the landing. Each of the bedrooms has fitted wardrobes or shelving. The bathroom has been tiled to dado height.

Outside, there is ample parking space to the front of the property with enough room for two cars to fit comfortably. A private south-facing garden can be found to the rear of the building. Conveniently located within walking distance of a wonderful selection of local pubs and restaurants, and with easy access to the motorway, the home is well set-up with myriad amenities nearby.

Viewing of this property, which is on sale through Kate O’Shea Auctioneers, is highly recommended and can be arranged through the selling agents. In the meantime, you can take a look inside 18 Lime Tree Avenue in our gallery below.