No 15 St Lelia Street is a spacious townhouse situated in a very central location and is only a easy stroll to the heart of Limerick city centre with all it’s amenities. Limerick School of Art & Design, St. John’s Hospital, the fabulous canal bank walk and the beautiful Clare Street Park .
This spacious 3 bed end of terrace property consists of a bright spacious front reception room, rear kitchen/diningroom and modern downstairs wetroom /bathroom. The property has oil fired central heating, double glazed Upvc windows and mains water & sewage. .To the rear there is a yard area of 4.87m x 1.90m with boiler house and oil tank and with a pedestrian gate off to a side laneway to this gate and it was used for oil deliveries and bringing in/out the bins, but that there is no legal written right of way over the lane.
There is also a boiler house/shed to rear giving ample storage. No 15 makes for an ideal townhouse Overall - 84.61m2. Year: 1890
Viewing is highly recommended of the ideal townhouse.
Hallway: 4.99m x 1.10m with wood flooring.
Livingroom: 4.01m x 3.61m carpeted and with fireplace with electric fire fitted.
Kitchen/ diningroom: 3.60m x 3.54m with fitted kitchen, tiled flooring and tiled splashback.
Bathroom/wetroom: 2.46m x 2.03m with wc, whb and shower, fully tiled.
Bedroom 1: 2.97m x 2.96m with wood flooring.
Bedroom 2: 4.25m x 2.53m with wood flooring.
Bedroom 3: 3.25m x 2.45m with wood flooring.
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