Just one three-storey townhouse left in Sandyford enclave
Tapton, Sandyford, Dublin 18
Published 01/04/2016 | 02:30
The final three-bed townhouse from a 10-unit release is for sale at Tapton, an enclave of 10 three and four-bed homes off the Murphystown Road in the South County Dublin neighbourhood of Sandyford.
Built by DHD Homes, the remaining townhouse extends over 1,185 sq ft and is priced at €425,000.
The home, which is built over three storeys, has a cream plaster and red-brick façade, with a pitched slate black roof, granite windowsills and surrounds, and double-glazed sash windows.
The townhouse has a square kitchen/dining room, with French doors opening out to the granite-paved patio and rear garden. The wood-floored living room has a marble fireplace and hearth, complete with a solid-fuel burning stove. On the first level are two double bedrooms, one of which is ensuite, and a family bathroom. There is a master bedroom with an en-suite and ample storage on the top floor.
The A3 BER rating comes from PV solar panels that help heat the water and reduce electricity consumption, as well as high insulation levels, a rainwater harvesting and recycling system, and an A-rated gas condensing boiler. Tapton is about 3km from the Beacon South Quarter and a 10 minute drive from Dundrum Town Centre. There is a choice of primary and secondary schools in the immediate vicinity, with St Raphaels, St Mary's and Rosemount within walking distance.
The Luas green line stop of Glencairn is just a few metres from the development and Junction 14 to the M50 motorway junction is about 1km north.
Enquiries to: Kelly Walsh on (01) 6645500.