Well maintained 3.5 storey, four bedroom townhouse with exceptional character and retaining many features of the original building. The property also includes a former retail unit including a store room along with an additional rear 3 storey ‘natural stone’ building. 59 William Street has been priced to sell and represents a unique opportunity to acquire a property in a prime location with exceptional further potential. Offers over 130,000 euro only BER E1 No 112601224 337.68 kWh/m2/yr
No. 59 retains much of the character along with many features of the original period townhouse. These features include decorative marble fireplaces, large front facing bay style windows with wooden shutters, high pitch pine ceilings, ceiling coving and cornices. Situated on Upper William Street, the property enjoys a prominent position on the town’s main shopping street. The property is priced to sell by my client and is a unique opportunity to acquire an affordable town centre property.
With little upgrading required, this property would be suitable for either town centre family living, a business or as an investment property. The rear of the property includes a yard, small shed along, second entrance along with an additional 3 storey natural stone building. This building if upgraded could also be suitable for either extra living or working space; such as offices or a second rear retail unit. The property is very well maintained, has the benefit of oil fired central heating, and is connected to mains services.
Listowel is an attractive, well maintained friendly market town with much to offer families and visitors including its annual festivals; such as the Listowel Races, Writers Week and the now prominent Listowel Food Fair. Listowel was designated Irelands Tidiest Town in 2018.
The town offers high speed broadband, a national 2-hourly bus service, excellent schools, specialist shops, upmarket boutiques, restaurants and pubs. It also offers excellent outdoor amenities such as river walks, the Town Park including the Garden of Europe, along with both the Literary Centre and St. Johns Cultural Centre, all of which ensure that visitors to the town have numerous activities to choose from.
The town is also within easy reach of Ballybunion; famous for its seaside resort and world renowned golf links course, Tralee, Killarney and Dingle. Listowel has access to two airports, Kerry airport is less than 40 minute drive, and Shannon 75 minutes with the Tarbert/Killimer ferry just 9 miles away for access to County Clare.
No 59 is highly recommended if you are interested in acquiring a well maintained townhouse with character in a prime location with exceptional further potential .