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Ideal for first-time buyers

Published 21/05/2010 | 05:00

This two-bedroom end-of-terrace house in a quiet cul-de-sac in Blanchardstown is new to the market, and will be of interest to first- time buyers or those looking to downsize. It comes with an asking price of €230,000.

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Tory Square is a more established part of the Waterville development and number 11 has been very well-kept by its current owners. There is solid Junkers oak flooring throughout the living quarters on the ground floor, which are made up of a living room with gas feature fireplace with stone surround and French doors to the back garden. The kitchen is tiled with wall and floor units and top of the range appliances.

The two bedrooms upstairs are both large doubles, and have 10ft ceilings in each. They are both carpeted and have built-in wardrobes. High quality Roman blinds, in both bedrooms and the bathroom, are included in the sale.

The back garden is fully landscaped with Indian sandstone paving. It's south-east facing, and, is extremely private being fenced and walled on all sides. The back garden also has mature flower beds and a Barna shed that's plumbed and wired.

Waterville is convenient to the M50 motorway, the National Aquatic Centre, Sports Campus Ireland and the Blanchardstown shopping centre. There is also easy access to the airport, a Quality Bus Corridor and the Arrow train service.

The vendors are open to negotiation on some contents.

Contact Douglas Newman Good, 01 8224455

Irish Independent

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