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Sale agreed | 3 Bed Semi-detached bungalow |
Sale agreed £89,950

2 Davagh Park Cookstown , BT79 8JH

Sale agreed £89,950

Key Information

Address 2 Davagh Park, Cookstown
Style Semi-detached bungalow
Status Sale agreed
Price Offers around £89,950
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Receptions 1
Heating Oil
EPC Rating E43/D62 (co2: F37/E53)

Additional Information


3 Bedroom Semi Detached Bungalow Within Davagh Forest Park, 

8 Miles from Draperstown, 12 Miles from Cookstown, 5 Miles from Dunnamore

& 2 Miles from Broughderg 



Investment Potential As Holiday Let

1 Reception Room


3 Bedrooms


Oil Fired Central Heating

PVC Double Glazed Windows & Doors


Hall: Laminate floor, 1 x single power point, 1 x  single radiator, telephone point.

Sitting Room: 17’11” x 11’08”, Tiled fireplace, hot press with internal immersion, 2 x single & 1 x double power points, 1 x double radiator, tv point, tiled floor.   

Galley Kitchen: 10’04” x 6’04”, Range of high & low level units, double drainer  stainless steel sink unit, Thor electric cooker,  Candy fridge freezer, Vinyl floor, part tiled walls, pine ceiling,  1 x single & 1 x double power point, pine sideboard, oil burner.

Back Door Lobby: 6’08” x 5’04” Tiled floor.

Bedroom 1: 11’09” x 9’09”, Tiled fireplace, 2 x single power points, 1 x single radiator, carpet.

Bedroom 2: 15’05” x 7’11”, Built in wardrobe, 2  x single power points, 1 x single radiator, tiled fireplace, carpet.

Bedroom 3: 7’11” x 5’03”, 1 x single power point, 1 x single radiator, carpet.

Bathroom: 6’04” x 5’04”, White suite comprising of whb, bath, part tiled walls, Vinyl floor, 1 x single radiator.

WC: 6’04” x 2’07”, Part tiled walls.

Exterior: Open front steel shed (19’06” x 19’03”) with Internal lockable shed 9’ x 13’6”, adjoining Shed 10’ x 4’6” with stainless steel sink unit, oil tank, plumbed for washing machine. Front & generous rear gardens.

This is a unique investment opportunity to purchase a property within close proximity to the hidden gem of Davagh Forest Park which is already a popular venue for mountain bikers due to it spiralling forest trails, Mid-Ulster council has submitted a planning application to establish a new “Dark Sky” observatory which should enhance tourism in the area.



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