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24a Springhill Park
Killiney
Co. Dublin
Three Bedrooms
€465,000

 

NO. 24a Springhill Park is a beautifully presented detached bungalow tucked away off Killiney Road in Co. Dublin.

Set in its own private gardens it provides superb light filled accommodation, with a welcoming entrance hall, living room, kitchen/dining room, three fine bedrooms, two large doubles and an ample-sized single room. The detached garage has been converted to make a very comfortable home office, which is separately alarmed.

Its location needs little introduction located close to both Dalkey and Sandycove, which offer a host of services including excellent restaurants, bars, shops and breath-taking coastal walks. Its proximity to excellent schools make it wonderfully attractive to any growing family, while Glenageary Dart station is a short walk away providing easy access to the city centre.

For further details contact:
Rosie Mulvany, Sherry FitzGerald Dalkey, on 00353 1 275 1000.

Tigín
St Patrick’s Road
Dalkey
Co. Dublin
1 Bedroom
€225,000

 

TIGÍN is a fine single storey townhouse ideally located just off Dalkey’s main thoroughfare which provides a wonderful opportunity to get a foothold into one of South Co. Dublin’s most desirable locations.

This property has been well maintained and recently repainted, however would benefit from some modernisation and offers a buyer an opportunity to create a home of incredible charm and character.

The accommodation comprises of kitchen, living/dining, a double bedroom and a bathroom. There is also a small court yard to the rear.
Its location offers a host of essential amenities including restaurants, pubs and shops.

For further details contact:
John Carrigan, Sherry FitzGerald Terenure, on 00353 1 4907433

Vartry
Adelaide Road
Glenageary
Co. Dublin
Four Bedrooms
€499,000

 

VARTRY is a detached partbrick-fronted bungalow built in the 1960s. It is perfectly positioned on popular, leafy Adeladie Road only moment’s from Glenageary DART station.

To the rear of the property there is a private west facing garden ideal for sunny evenings. The property also has the added bonus of a large attic space measuring 600sq. ft, which would be ideal for conversion.

Internally the property has been maintained by its current owner with the addition recently of a new kitchen. The layout is both bright and practical with a nice open-plan/interconnecting living/dining room to the front of the house. There are four bedrooms, two of which overlook the private rear garden with a family bathroom and separate wc completing the picture.

The front garden includes off street car parking for three or four cars and a lawned area with mature shrubs and trees and a variety of flowering shrubs. The convenience of this location cannot be understated being only a short distance from a wide variety of facilities including local shops, Dun Laoghaire Town Centre and seafront leading to Glasthule, Sandycove and Dalkey villages.

There’s also easy access to many primary and secondary schools including Blackrock College, Monkstown CBC, St. Joesph of Cluny and Rathdown.
The DART at Glenageary and bus routes are only a stroll away as are an exceptional array of sporting and recreational facilities — from the yacht clubs in Dun Laoghaire to various golf, rugby and tennis clubs.

For further details contact:
Graham Murray, Sherry FitzGerald Dun Laoghaire on
00353 1 284 4422

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