The Station House, Rathdowney, Laois - Conway Auctioneers - Residential New Homes, Property, Houses, Apartments and Country Residences Residential

The Station House, Rathdowney, Laois - €115,000

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  • 2 Bed Detached House - 67.05 m² / 722 ft²

Description

Conway Auctioneers are delighted to bring to the market, The Station House, a charming two bedroom detached home set over 3 floors . There has been a train station in operation in Ballybrophy since 1847 and was first called Roscrea & Borris, was then renamed Roscrea & Parsonstown Junction in 1858, and renamed again in 1871 as Ballybrophy.

The station was originally to be located in Borris-in-Ossory, but the traders there were worried that this new rail system would take away trade from the Bianconi stage coach.

As it was being constructed, Ballybrophy was the location for the first railway murder in Ireland, a macabre backdrop for this beautiful location, in the shadow of the Slieve Bloom mountains.

The current owners have owned the property for the last 14 years and used it as city retreat as it is only one hour from Heuston Station in Dublin.

Accommodation includes kitchen/dining area, sitting room, family bathroom and two bedrooms. There is off street parking to the rear along with a mature private garden and outbuildings.

Ground floor (Garden Level) 5.30m x 4.17m entered from the back of the house with a tiled floor and units at ground & eye level. The sale will include dishwasher, cooker , hob & oven and fridge freezer.

First floor (Street Level) Entrance porch which leads to sitting room . 3.60m x 4.54m T&G Timber flooring feature fire place with solid fuel stove.

Family Bathroom 2.63m x 1.75m T&G Flooring with WC,WHB & Shower

Second Floor
Bedroom 1 2.87m x 4.55m double room with carpet flooring to the front of the property.

Bedroom 2 2.48m x 3.60m double room with carpet flooring to the rear of the property.

Dual Heating System with Oil Fired Central Heating and Solid Fuel .

A unique home for those who want country life but with direct access to the city by rail and motorway.


Outside
The property is situated at the end of a Station Road in Ballybrophy. There is off street parking to the rear. The garden has a gravel drive, outbuildings which are plumbed for a washing machine and a raised lawn area.

Services Mains Water & Septic Tank

Train Times to Dublin (Correct at time of publication)
Ballybrophy > Dublin Heuston
06:41-07:50
07:47-08:54
08:49-09:53
13:01-14:00
19:01-20:00
Dublin Heuston > Ballybrophy
09:00-09:58
14:00-14:58
15:30-16:35
16:25-17:29
17:05-18:00
17:25-18:34
18:00-18:56
19:00-19:59

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