Four on the market in a cul-de-sac
Published 16/10/2015 | 02:30
A selection of four cul-de-sac properties currently on the market.
2 Birchfield Lawn, Goatstown
€495k DNG Stillorgan, (01) 283 2700
Living in a cul-de-sac can mean a quiet, leafy area with little traffic where children can play safely. Number 2 Birchfield Lawn in Goatstown, D14, one of 20 houses in this enclave, offers this amenity. A 20-acre Deer Park - onetime playground of the Fitzwilliams of Mount Merrion - is just a short walk away. This house is 1,098 sq ft with four bedrooms plus attic space. Downstairs, there is living room and a modern kitchen/dining room. The bay windows and diamond-leaded glass hark back to Tudor times.
77 The Cloisters, Terenure
€395k Property Team O’Mahony, (01) 298 3500
Built in the 1990s, The Cloisters in Mount Tallant Avenue, Terenure, is a classic cul-de-sac with an open green in the centre of a circle of houses. The development provides a safe haven from busy roads leading to the city centre 5.5km away. No 77 has one double and two single bedrooms upstairs, with a modern bathroom, and it is clean and bright throughout its 895 sq ft. There are double doors from the sitting room to the new wood-fitted kitchen and dining room. A side entrance leads to the 58 ft garden.
7 Churchill Terrace, Sandymount
€775k Property Team O’Mahony, (01) 298 3500
Churchill Terrace offers a hushed silence in the heart of D4, except for the 'boc boc' of tennis being played across the road. As owner of No 7, you, and the other residents, are co-owners of the tennis courts. This enclave of 12 houses dates back to late Victorian times, and No 7 retains its original features, but needs refurbishment. The 1,390 sq ft house has a living room, dining room, breakfast room and kitchenette. Upstairs are four bedrooms and a bathroom. There's an 80ft garden, a shed and a garage with rear access.
14 Ellesmere Avenue, NCR, D7
€425k Sherry Fitzgerald Drumcondra, (01) 837 3737
While it's just three kilometres from O'Connell Street, this house has a leafy atmosphere often associated with a cul-de-sac, and also has a walled southwest-facing garden. Close to Phoenix Park, the street is also next door to the DIT Campus at Grangegorman. No 14 is well maintained, with authentic Victorian features, such as wooden floorboards, tiled floors, and cast iron and marble fireplaces. It measures 1,378 sq ft, with four bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs, and a living room, dining room and breakfast room/kitchen downstairs.