Ennis Gough property has the pleasure to bring this spacious (87m² / 930ft²)* garden level apartment to market. The property has been extensively refurbished in recent years by its current owners, including the installation of new windows, kitchen, bathroom and gas central heating. The livingroom features a traditional open fire to supplement the central heating. The property is entered through its own front door entrance via a courtyard to the rear of the property. The accommodation comprises of an entrance hallway, livingroom, kitchen, utility room, bathroom and three bedrooms. The livingroom and 2 double bedrooms are south facing, overlooking the large shared gardens which surround the property. The property provides one dedicated parking space and additional visitor’s spaces are used on a first-come basis.
The flooring is a mixture of semi-sold and laminate timber floors, other than the bathroom which is tiled. The utility room leads into a basement area with direct access to the south facing lawn and a private sheltered courtyard area.
An active management company looks after the common areas and the annual charges of €1100 cover expenses such as insurance, gardening, security and maintenance of the building fabric.
Rockenham Court was previously known as Ferrybank House and was the home of the famous brewing family, the Strangmans. This property is a short walk to all 3 Ferrybank schools, childcare, shops, post office and public bus. The nearby N25 (City by-pass) provides speedy access to the N25 (Cork & Wexford) the M9 (Dublin) and the N24 (midwest & Limerick). An ideal property for owner occupiers or investors who should easily generate up to €600 per month rental income.
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