Clontarf energy saving semi
Published 09/04/2010 | 05:00
NUMBER 39 Seafield Road is a three-bedroom semi-detached home on three floors and it comes to the market at €995,000.
Situated in a sought-after area of Clontarf, this 147sqm house was built two years ago to a high specification.
Its energy-saving features have achieved a BER-B3 rating and they include 87pc efficiency condensing boiler, under-floor heating downstairs, as well as solar-panel water heating.
All walls to the adjoining house have extra soundproof insulation.
The house is fitted with Nyatoh hardwood double glazed windows, Italian Sottini bathroom suites, oak internal doors, skirting and architraves. A wireless burglar alarm is installed.
The ground level consists of an entrance hall with guest wc, a spacious lounge and a bright open-plan L-shaped dining room with a fitted kitchen.
There are three family bedrooms (main en suite) and the main bathroom on the first floor. The second floor offers the opportunity for an office or fourth bedroom.
Outside, there is a paved and landscaped garden to the front providing car parking. A side entrance provides access to the south-facing Indian sandstone patio, lawn and landscaped rear garden.
Strategically located, it is within a short walk of the many Clontarf facilities including shopd, schools, churches, bus and Dart services. The many sporting and recreational facilities, such as St Anne's Park, Clontarf Promenade, Bull Island, with its golf course and its bird sanctuary, are also close by.
The city centre, International Financial Services Centre, East Point Business Park, Dublin Airport, Beaumont Hospital, DCU, M1 & M50 motorways are easily accessible.
Viewing by appointment with Paul Menton at Gunne Fairview 01 8335844