Four on the market: in Templeogue, Dublin 6
A choice of four properties currently on the market in Templeogue.
Burnsley, 315 Templeogue Road
€995k Sherry FitzGerald Templeogue, (01) 495 1111
Burnsley is almost directly across the road from Templeogue Tennis Club, where the whole family can have annual membership for €1,025. And if you want to get in some unscheduled practice, the back garden of the house is one-and-a-half times longer than a tennis court, at 115ft. Built in the 1950s, Burnsley has original features including tiled fireplaces and ceiling coving. It's 1,744 sq ft with three first-floor bedrooms, the main one dual-aspect and with a fireplace. The ground floor has an interlinked dining room, living room and conservatory, as well as a sitting room and kitchen, and an adjoining garage.
100 Templeville Road
€675k DNG Terenure, (01) 490 9000
There's a choice of ways to extend Number 100 Templeville Road, if you want to. For one thing, there's a 70ft lawned garden out the back, but as it's situated on a corner site and semi-detached, it also has a side garden, plus there's an integral garage too. The property is a reasonable size as it is anyway, at 1,490 sq ft, but it does need some modernising. The ground floor has two reception rooms, both with tiled fireplaces and linked by double doors, and the kitchen at the back, where there's a door to the garden. The first floor has the four bedrooms, two doubles and two singles.
2 Springfield Park
€950k DNG Terenure, (01) 490 9000
Although it looks like a fairly unpretentious 20th-century bungalow from the front, No2 Springfield Park has been reinvented from within. In 2016 it had a complete refurbishment and was transformed into an up-to-date family home. It's unusual among its neighbours both in being a bungalow and in being detached, and it has a substantial 2,174 sq ft of floor space. Most of this is on the ground floor, where there are three bedrooms (two en-suite) and a vast, open-plan kitchen and living room, along with an office and study. At dormer level there's a family room and a fourth bedroom.
15 Cypress Park
€595k Gillespie Lowe Residential, (01) 406 0000
Cypress Park is a keyhole-shaped cul-de-sac of mid-20th-century houses overlooking a common green area planted with trees, though not cypresses. Facing northeast, Number 15 has a southwest-facing back garden, the best kind, planted mostly in lawn. It's likely a new owner updating the house might want to fit French doors leading to the garden from the dining room at the back - where there are sliding doors to the front living room - or from the kitchen, or both. They may also want to convert the integral garage. The first floor has the four bedrooms and the total floor area is 1,399 sq ft.