Superb Block of Apartments For Sale in Carlow Ireland
Euroresales Property ID- 9825771
Exceptional block of 8 no. Apartments in 1 and 2 bedroom configuration situated in a highly sought after urban area adjacent a wealth of amenities including convenience shop, GP’s practice, pharmacy, credit union, primary and secondary schools, supermarket, and the town centre.
Finished to a very high standard throughout these executive style apartments are ideally located with off street parking, gas central heating and B3 Ber rating. Exceptional investment opportunity as they attract and retain high quality long term tenants.
Each apartment has a B3-rating with gas central heating and uPVC double glazing. The apartments are laid out over 2 storeys with 2 no. 2-bedroom apartments and 2 no. 1-bedroom apartments on each floor. . Additionally the ground floor apartments boast small private outdoor space to the rear whilst the first floor apartments boast balconies to the front of the building. There are adequate additional storage areas in the apartments and a secure parking space for each apartment on the grounds
This is a unique residential investment opportunity located in the heart of Carlow, this fully let complex was built in 2008 to a high standard and is situated on a corner site on the Staplestown road within walking distance of the town centre.
Ideally suited for small self administered pension schemes (ssaps).
- Exceptional Location Walking Distance from All Amenities
- Minutes from Motorway
- IRental Property in High Demand
- Exceptional Building Quality
- Secure Parking
- Gas Fired Central Heating
- Store Rooms in All Apartments
About the Area:
Carlow is the county town of County Carlow, in the south-east of Ireland, 84 km (52 mi) from Dublin. At the 2016 census, it had a combined urban and rural population of 24,272.
Map of Carlow
The River Barrow flows through the town, and forms the historic boundary between counties Laois and Carlow. However, the Local Government (Ireland) Act 1898 included the town entirely in County Carlow. The settlement of Carlow is thousands of years old and pre-dates written Irish history. The town has played a major role in Irish history, serving as the capital of the country in the 14th century.
Carlow Castle was probably built between 1207 and 1213 by William Marshall on the site of a motte erected by Hugh de Lacy in the 1180s. Only the western wall and two towers now survive. It is located on the banks of the River Barrow near Carlow town centre. The castle is now the centrepiece of an urban renewal programme.
Carlow Courthouse is situated at the end of Dublin Street. It was designed by William Vitruvius Morrison in 1830 and completed in 1834. It is built of Carlow granite and gives the impression of being a temple set on a high plinth. The basement contains cells and dungeons. A cannon from the Crimean War stands on the steps.
Carlow Town Hall is situated on the north side of the Haymarket, and was the trading centre for Carlow. A number of other markets were located around the town, including the Potato Market and Butter Market. The Town Hall was designed by the church architect William Hague in 1884.
Milford is a green area on the River Barrow approx 5 miles outside of Carlow town. It is notable as its home to Milford Mill, which was the first inland hydro-electrical plant in Ireland. It began supplying Carlow town with power in 1891.
The estate at Oak Park is located 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) north of Carlow.
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