A wonderful opportunity presents itself to acquire a distinctive detached residence nestled discreetly amongst other similarly mature and well sought after properties. 31 Ryland Woods is an impeccable, four bedroomed detached bungalow with two reception rooms. Set on a mature site of well landscaped gardens with mature shrubbery, well fenced off and featuring spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Within walking distance to Bunclody town and associated amenities such as schools, shops, supermarkets, pharmacy, bank, post office, only 1.5 hrs to drive to Dublin.
Finished to exacting standards this excellent home is ideal for the modern family, with features such as Alarm, fully fitted kitchen including appliances , solid fuel stove, built in wardrobes in three bedrooms, fully tiled bathrooms, solid timber and tiled floors, extensive tarmac driveway to front , paved patio area to rear with extensive lawns and mature shrubbery, well abounded for security and privacy. A remarkable attention to detail prevails throughout this property due to its attentive owners.
From the entrance porch with tiled floor to the entrance hallway with solid timber floor you will notice an excellent finish to this property. Sitting room features solid floor, opening to kitchen, large sitting room with timber & cast iron surround & stove inset. Bathroom features bath & electric shower over. Ensuite features power shower-both bathrooms are fully tiled. Four bedrooms all solid floors with three built in wardrobes. Kitchen/dining with tiled floor, fully fitted kitchen & solid fuel stove to dining area. Utility room with fitted units & hotpress. Garage has been converted & insulated to provide for 2nd reception room-ideal office/study/playroom/dining etc.
9.04m (29′ 8″) x 1.39m (4′ 7″)
6.43m (21′ 1″) x 3.53m (11′ 7″)
6.96m (22′ 10″) x 4.00m (13′ 1″)
3.13m (10′ 3″) x 2.14m (7′ 0″)
Bedroom 1 – Master
3.16m (10′ 4″) x 3.85m (12′ 8″)
1.50m (4′ 11″) x 2.01m (6′ 7″)
2.26m (7′ 5″) x 3.16m (10′ 4″)
2.85m (9′ 4″) x 2.83m (9′ 3″)
3.32m (10′ 11″) x 2.53m (8′ 4″)
1.83m (6′ 0″) x 3.39m (11′ 1″)
Curtains, blinds, light fittings, washing machine, double oven, dishwasher, American fridge freezer, barna shed
– All other furniture available as separate purchaser option
131.3 m sq c.
Mains water and sewerage, mains electricity.
Residents association €100 per annnum for cutting of grass.
Located in Ireland Sunny South-east Bunclody boasts heritage trails, stunning scenery, culture, sports, great food and drink as well as the traditional rural life.
Snuggled in the breathtaking parkland of Mount Leinster, Bunclody is set among rich quiet farmlands on the border of counties Wexford, and Carlow. Bunclody is a pretty town where the Slaney and Clody Rivers meet in the valley of the Blackstairs Mountains. A beautiful Mall of lime trees and a babbling stream takes pride of place in the centre of the wide main street which is lined with quaint shops, cafes, traditional pubs and restaurants.
Bunclody attracts many sports and outdoor enthusiasts from the avid golfer enjoying the panoramic views of Mount Leinster while playing the renowned Bunclody Golf & Fishing Course, to hill walkers, cycling groups and hang gliders. Local walks include Black Rock Mountain and Mount Leinster, Tomnafinnoge Woods, Rathanna Walk, Kilbranish Walk and Coolmelagh Walk.
From Bunclody as you approach Bunclody from the Enniscorthy side take a left turn in the centre of town, passing by Bunclody VEC on left hand side, proceed along out of town for approx ½ mile and Ryland Woods is on the right hand side, proceed up through middle of development and no 31 is on left hand side at end of a cul-de-sac.