Superb 5 Bedroom Bungalow in Tonyellida County MonaghanEuroresales Property iD – 9824924Property information:This property is an impressive bungalow residence with a detached lofted garage/workshop.The property also has extensive living accommodation incorporating 5 bedrooms and 4 bathroms.it is located on an elevated site a short distance off the N2 Dublin Road, 4 miles from Carrickmacross.The front entrance hall of the house has solid oak flooring and a wooden ceiling.The property also has 2 large sitting room areas, one with a mahogany fireplace which incorporates an electric fire and a built-in mahogany unit.The dining room of the property contains solid oak kitchen units, a marble fireplace with an electric fire and ceramic tile flooring.A kitchenette is also included.The property includes a utility area which is plumbed for a dishwasher, ceramic tile flooring and W.C. w.h.b., fully tiledBedroom 1: 3.69m x 3.15m built-in wardrobeBedroom 2: 4.18m x 3.19mBedroom 3: 3.36m x 3.0m oak flooring, en-suiteBedroom 4: 3.78m x 3.64m oak flooring, en-suiteBedroom 5: 3.85m x 3.10m oak flooring, en-suiteBathroom: 3.18m x 2.6m with wc, bath, w.h.b.Sitting-room : 4.36m x 3.65mKitchenette: 1.58m x 1.31m fitted unitsDining-area: 3.84m x 3.0m solid oak flooring.This superb home also includes a large attic: Playroom/ Storage-room, en-suite.About the area:County Monaghan is a county in ireland. it is part of the Border Region and is in the province of Ulster. it is named after the town of Monaghan. Monaghan County Council is the local authority for the county.The population of the county is 60,483 according to the 2011 census.The county has existed since 1585, when the Mac Mathghamhna rulers of Airgialla agreed to join the Kingdom of ireland.Following the 20th-century irish War of independence and the signing of the Anglo-irish Treaty, Monaghan was one of three Ulster counties to join the irish Free State rather than Northern ireland.Monaghan has a number of forests, including Rossmore Forest and Dartrey Forest. Managed by Coillte since 1988, the majority of trees are conifers.The Finn Bridge is a border crossing point over the River Finn to County Fermanagh. it is close to Scotshouse.Monaghan has a mild but changeable oceanic climate with few extremes. The climate is typically insular and is temperate, avoiding the extremes in temperature of many other areas in the world at similar latitudes.This is a result of the moderating moist winds which ordinarily prevail from the South-Western Atlantic.