This is a beautiful four bedroom bungalow on a generous .3Ha/.75Acre site close to the village of Kill. Built in 2002, this house features a lovely private garden stocked with a wide selection of unusual shrubs and trees. The house offers circa 112m² (1200ft²) of internal accommodation and a separate timber workshop with circa 43m² (470ft²) of space.
The house features an entrance hallway, Livingroom, open-plan Dining Kitchen, Utility room, Bathroom and four bedrooms.
Heating and plentiful hot water are generated by a solid fuel stove, and the property is also plumbed for oil central heating, but the new owners would need to install a new oil fired boiler unit. The property is serviced by mains water and has it's own septic system.
The rear garden faces south and south west, and features a new (2016) deck outside the kitchen-diner. An ornamental pond occupies the south-eastern corner of the garden. The garden also features a timber “Pirate” play-ship for occupying small kids.
The house is presented in good decorative condition yet still offering new owners scope to put their own stamp on the interior design.
Kill village is a popular spot, offering residents a decent selection of amenities and services. The nearby primary school is well regarded, and the village boasts a mini-supermarket, pubs, restaurant and a thriving GAA club. Waterford city (Cork Road area) is only 15 minutes away in light traffic and the N25 (Carrolls Cross) is only 7 or 8 minutes away for commuters heading west towards Dungarvan.
This is an ideal home for a family to settle in to, with the school, village and GAA club practically on their doorstep. The house is located on a very quiet cul-de-sac, left off the Kill to Carrolls Cross Road, about 300 metres from Dunphy’s Pub.
BER: D2 BER No.109233411 Energy Performance Indicator:291.82 kWh/m²/yr