Number 10 Elm Grove has its own birch tree, but is just a five-minute walk from the 200-acre Griffeen Valley Park. This semi-detached home is 1,093 sq ft in size. The ground floor has a lounge with a bay window and antique fireplace, a kitchen/dining room with a separate utility, and a guest toilet. On the first floor are the main bathrooms, the master bedroom with ensuite, and two more bedrooms, a double and a single, all with built-in wardrobes.
Weston Avenue is a tree-lined street two minutes' drive from the M4. Number 10 is a four-bed semi built 20 years ago, and measuring 1,328 sq ft. It has an interconnecting living room with a bay window and fireplace, and a dining room with doors to the garden. The kitchen has a skylight and, on the first floor are the bathroom, four bedrooms, and one ensuite. A garage adjoins the house, and there's parking on the drive. The back garden faces south.
Overlooking a common green area planted with young trees, Number 6 Esker Meadow Green is a three-bed semi with a converted attic. There's a living room with a fireplace, linked to a kitchen and dining room with a skylight. Double doors there lead to a sunroom with a door to the garden. Upstairs are three bedrooms, one ensuite, and the main bathroom. The attic room has two skylights and eaves storage. Total space 1,135 sq ft. The front garden is fully paved, and the back garden is in decking and gravel.
Across the road from Number 17 Esker Park is a bus stop where you can catch the Number 239 for Liffey Valley and Blanchardstown Centre. The house is 1,023 sq ft with a ground floor comprising two good-sized living rooms - a sitting room with a fireplace, and a kitchen/dining room. There's also a guest toilet on this level. Upstairs are four bedrooms and a bathroom. If you can't manage without an ensuite, you could consider converting the fourth bedroom.