Four on the market... Three-beds in Terenure
Published 17/07/2015 | 02:30
A selection of four three-bed properties in Dublin's Terenure.
22 Oaklands Terrace, D6
€540k Hopkins Ward, (01) 496 7954
Built at the beginning of the 20th century, Oaklands Terrace is part of a little warren of red-brick streets off Terenure Road North. Number 22 is a mid-terrace two-storey, with three bedrooms, all on the first floor. The ground floor has a living room to the front and a second reception room behind it. Down three steps, there's a kitchen, utility and shower room at the back, and another bathroom upstairs. There is a small front garden, while the back garden is fully paved and has pedestrian access.
24 Wainsfort Avenue, D6W
€495k Sherry Fitzgerald, Terenure, (01) 490 7433
Though it's right next to Templeogue College, this semi-detached dormer bungalow is in Terenure. Built in the early 1960s, it measures 1,190 sq ft, and it has a 70ft south-facing back garden so there's scope to extend. On the ground floor, it has a good-sized living room with a fireplace, a kitchen opening into a dining room with sliding doors to the garden, and a shower room. There's also one bedroom on this level, off the dining room. The other two bedrooms are upstairs, together with a bathroom.
43 Parkmore Drive, D6W
€675k DNG, Terenure, (01) 490 9000
There may be room to extend Number 43 Parkmore Drive out the back, but it would be a pity, as there's a very pretty, well-planted garden with a patio. At present, the house is 1,250 sq ft, but there's a 15ft by 10ft garage too, which might be colonised as living space. The ground floor has two reception rooms - a lounge with a wood fireplace and a dining room - and a fitted kitchen. The three bedrooms are on the first floor, plus a bathroom with a separate toilet. The house is about a 10-minute walk from Terenure village.
24 Hazelbrook Drive, D6W
€550k Gunne, Terenure, (01) 406 4500
This classic 1950s semi-detached house has been extended into the garage, and now measures 1,345 sq ft. A conservatory has been added too, but there's still a 95ft back garden. The main reception room on the ground floor is an open-plan lounge and dining room running the length of the house. The kitchen is at the back, opening into the conservatory, and there's a utility room and guest toilet. The three bedrooms and main bathroom are upstairs. The back garden has a patio, long lawn, mature fruit trees and hedging.