Wednesday 22 November 2017

Four semi-detached homes on the market in north Dublin

Kitted out in Killester

75 St Brigid's Grove, Killester, Dublin 5: €420,000
75 St Brigid's Grove, Killester, Dublin 5: €420,000

Four similar properties on the market in Dublin

Kitted out in Killester

75 St Brigid's Grove

Killester, Dublin 5


4 Rathlin Road: €695,000
4 Rathlin Road: €695,000

75 St Brigid's Grove, Killester, Dublin 5: €420,000

Built in 1996, St Brigid's Grove is one of the most sought after developments in Killester, a north Dublin suburb that continues to gain in popularity thanks to its proximity to the city centre, the IFSC, East Point Business Park, Dublin Airport, Beaumont Hospital, DCU and the M1 and M50 motorways.

A quiet cul de sac off St Brigid's Road, St Brigid's Grove is located just 400m from the Malahide Road. Bus and Dart services are within walking distance; also convenient are a good choice of both primary and secondary schools, and numerous amenities including shops, parks and sporting facilities.

To the front of No 75, there is a lawn and walled garden with a driveway to allow for off-street parking. A side entrance leads to a sunny, south-facing back garden complete with concrete patio area and a lawn bordered by shrubs and trees. The back garden is not overlooked, and has a handy garden shed. The garden is big enough to allow the purchasers of No 75 to extend the property, as some of the neighbouring properties have already done.

The three-bedroom family home has 101 sqm of living space and is in walk-in condition. There's an entrance hall with guest lavatory, and the bay-windowed living room to the front has double doors to the dining room behind. This in turn leads on to the kitchen with its separate utility room. Upstairs there are three good-sized bedrooms. The master bedroom is en suite and there is also a family bathroom. A pull-down Stira leads to the floored attic which is insulated and could easily be converted into usable space. Included in the sale are the fitted carpets, blinds, and light fittings, along with the cooker, hob, extractor, and dishwasher.

Collinswood, Whitehall, Dublin 9: €385,000
Collinswood, Whitehall, Dublin 9: €385,000

Agent: Quillsen (01) 833 5844

Smart in Sutton

For Sale: €465k

9 Verbena Grove in Sutton, Dublin 13: €465,000

Number 9 Verbena Grove in Sutton, Dublin 13, is a three-bedroom semi-detached family home that has been extended and refurbished by the current owners and is now has 100 sqm of living space in turnkey condition. Downstairs there are two reception rooms and an open plan kitchen/dining room, with separate adjacent utility room, plus a shower room and office/cloakroom. Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, and a single, plus a modern family bathroom. There's also a large and versatile converted attic space. Verbena Grove is a few minutes from the Dart, shops and the local national school, and there is a good choice of cafes and restaurants in the area, plus the amenity of the promenade along the coast road.

Agent: Sherry FitzGerald Sutton (01) 839 4022

Walk-in in Whitehall

For sale: 385k

Collinswood, Whitehall, Dublin 9: €385,000

Collinswood in Whitehall, Dublin 9, is a mature and settled development with several open green areas and plenty of mature trees. Located just off Collins Avenue, it is handy for public transport, shops and both primary and secondary schools, and just 5km from the city centre. It is also within easy access of the M1, M50, Dublin Airport and Beaumont Hospital. No 356 is a three-bedroom semi-detached family home that has had a recent kitchen upgrade and has both off-street parking and a large rear garden with side access. Downstairs, there's a large living room, open plan kitchen/dining room and guest lavatory, while upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a single, with the master en-suite, plus a family bathroom.

Agent: Savills (01) 853 0630

Done Up in Drumcondra

For sale: 695k

Rathlin Road is a quiet road

Rathlin Road is a quiet road that links Homefarm Road to Griffith Avenue. No 4 was built in the 1930s and has been fully renovated and extended since 2005, but retains period features including cast-iron fireplaces and picture rails. Downstairs, there's a bay-windowed living room to the front, with double doors to the dining room which has French doors out to the garden. The kitchen extension is smart and modern, designed and fitted by Rhatigan & Hick. There's a separate utility room, walk-in hot press, and downstairs shower room. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, three of which are doubles, and a family bathroom with period-style bath. The gardens are nicely landscaped and there is off-street parking for two cars.

Agent: Sherry FitzGerald Drumcondra (01) 837 3737

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