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83 O’Neill Park, Clones, Co. Monaghan


End Of Terrace House

For Sale



91 sq.m.

BER No: 114522386
EPI: 0 kWh/m2/yr


Larmer Property are delighted to bring to the market No. 83 O'Neill Park, Clones, Co. Monaghan.

An extended end-terrace two-storey residence located along this quiet row of terraced family homes, beside all everyday amenities in Clones town.

This property would benefit from some upgrading and refurbishing and would make and excellent investment property.

There is on-street communal parking to the front, with detached store with an enclosed rear garden.

On the ground floor there is a sitting room located to the front, with kitchen / dining room with direct access to the Bedroom and Shower Room . Upstairs there are three bedrooms.

We highly recommend viewing.


Entrance Hall - 1.86m x 1.17m
Enter this home via the front door leading from the garden pathway, which takes you straight into the front hallway with carpet flooring on stairs with dado rail.

Sitting Room - 4.61m x 4.03m
Located to the front of the property this room is the hub of the family home, with access from the hall and into the Kitchen from this space. There is a traditional tiled open fireplace and television point.

Guest Wc. - 2.44m x 0.87m
Fitted white W.c. and W.h.b., located off the kitchen.

Kitchen/ Dining - 7.61m x 1.85m
Located to the rear of the property. Fitted floor and wall mounted kitchen units with linoleum flooring.

Bedroom 1 - 2.42m x 2.84m
A downstairs bedroom in a house of this size is a surprise bonus, but this family home has one. Currently in use as a bedroom but this room could easily tuned into a study / playroom if required.

Shower Room - 2.54m x 1.75m
The shower room is located on the ground floor fitted with a Mira sport shower, fitted white wash hand basin.

Landing - 2.8m x 0.8m
Carpeted flooring with dado rail with access to the 3 No. bedrooms on the first floor.

Bedroom 2 - 4.05m x 3.18m
Master double bedroom located to the front of the property on the first floor with carpeted flooring.

Bedroom 3 - 2.46m x 3.05m
Double bedroom located to the rear of the property on the first floor with original wood flooring

Bedroom 4 - 2.25m x 2.36m
This single bedroom is located on the first floor and to the rear of the property.

BER Details


From the Monaghan road. Turn right at the traffic lights after the 2 petrol stations. Turn right at the next set of traffic lights driving up Church Hill. Turn left into O'Neill park , turn right and then left and the house is on the left hand side - See Larmer Sign

Viewing Details
Viewing with Larmer Property

Proof of Funds
Before we can take and offer on a property, we need to have had sight of proof of funds. This is simply, as the term suggests, proof that the buyer has the financial means to complete the transaction at the amount of his/her offer. There are a number of means by which someone can finance the purchase of a transaction and equally a number of methods by which proof of funds can be conveyed to an agent.

Examples of Proof of Funds:
Cash + Mortgage Approval from a Financial Institution (mortgage buyers):
This is the most common proof of funds for those financing a transaction partly with cash and partly with a mortgage. To prove a cash balance, a bank statement or screenshot of same will be acceptable. Alternatively an email from a bank official confirming that a sufficient bank balance is in place is acceptable. To prove that a mortgage is in place, we require a letter of offer or approval in principle from the lending institution. The combined amount of the cash and mortgage approval will need to be at least the amount of your offer on the property.

Cash in Bank (cash buyers)
We require a bank statement(s) in your name with cash balance(s) equal to or in excess of your offer amount. Alternatively a letter from your bank or solicitor confirming a cash balance of at least your offer amount is also acceptable.

Selling an Existing Property
Very often, a buyer will be financing the purchase of a property through the sale of an existing property. From a vendor's point of view, it is a little bit risky to accept an offer that is subject to the sale of another property - this is referred to as being in a chain and if for any reason the sale of that property falls through, the offer then no longer holds any water. If trying to use the sale of an existing property as proof of funds, an email from the selling estate agent as to the offers currently on that property will give some comfort to a vendor and is probably the best thing to do in this situation.


  • End-Terrace Two-Storey Residence
  • Block built
  • Concrete tile roof
  • Enclosed front and rear garden
  • On-street parking to the front
  • Excellent starter home or investment property
  • Property would benefit from some upgrading
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