Four on the market: bungalows in north county Dublin
Published 06/05/2016 | 02:30
A selection of four bungalow properties currently available to buy in north county Dublin.
Tighlinn, Baskin Lane, Kinsealy
€495k Property Team Noel Kelly (01) 846 2752
It's less than five minutes' drive to Dublin airport from Tighlinn, a four-bedroom detached bungalow in a leafy setting at Baskin Lane. It comes with a big garden with a concrete garage in it, and that gives access to a laneway, so the agents suggest there may be development potential there. The house itself is 1,282 sq ft and has a living room, a fitted kitchen with a centre island and French doors to the garden. There are four bedrooms (one en-suite), one of which is used as a study. The garden is mostly lawned.
19 Woodcliff Heights, Howth
€625k Sherry FitzGerald Sutton (01) 839 4022
Number 19 Woodcliff Heights, off Dungriffin Road in Howth, is a detached, 1,500 sq ft bungalow with an unconverted garage. The garage adjoins the kitchen, so it could become a study or a utility room. As the layout stands, the living areas are spread out, with some at the front and some at the back. The kitchen is to the left of the entrance hall and the living room to the right. Then you pass the three bedrooms (with one en-suite) on your way to the family room at the back, which has sliding doors to a conservatory.
17 Abby Well, Kinsealy, M’hide
€500k Corry Estates (01) 846 1122
The Abby Well estate of bungalows, apartments and two-storey houses is at Chapel Road, just off the Malahide Road, with St Nicolas of Myra church around the corner. Number 17 is a detached brick-fronted bungalow, somewhat bigger than it looks from the front, at 1,098 sq ft. That includes three bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower and doors to the lawned back garden. There's also a lounge with a marble fireplace and French doors to the garden, as well as an eat-in kitchen with a separate utility room.
Collinstown Ln, Coultry, Swords
€400k Morton & Flanagan (01) 840 4011
You might describe this semi-detached bungalow as a plane-spotter's paradise, situated as it is on the Old Airport Road, across the street from the perimeter fence of Dublin Airport. The cottage is 775 sq ft in size and stands on 0.51 of an acre zoned GE (general employment) so you could run a business from home or from the garage and workshop. The house has a kitchen, living room, two bedrooms and a bathroom. The attic is floored and has a window and skylight, and there are lawned gardens front and back.