Four on the market: terraced in Dublin
A selection of four terraced properties in Dublin.
2 Annaville Park, Dundrum
€695k Keane Thompson Property Consultants (01) 298 9384
Annaville Park is a terrace of 1930s-built houses in what was once the garden of a house known as Anna Villa. The house is gone, having made way for a block of flats known as Annaville Residence. Number 2 Annaville Park has period features - high ceilings and fireplaces - although it does need updating. The floor area is 1,582 sq ft, not including the garage. It has five bedrooms on the first floor, while the ground floor has a living room and dining room, kitchen and breakfast room and conservatory, opening to a 65ft garden.
78B Beaumont Ave, Churchtown
€395k Savills Central Dublin (01) 663 4300
Number 78B Beaumont Avenue is in the middle of a small terrace of three red-brick townhouses, the same agent is also selling Number 78C, its neighbour to the left, for €415k. Both are 945 sq ft in size with three first-floor bedrooms. Each has an eat-in kitchen at the front and a living room at the back, with double doors to the west-facing garden which is about 45ft long. There's off-street parking on the front driveway. It's about a 15-minute walk to Dundrum Town Centre, or in the opposite direction to Nutgrove Shopping Centre.
16 St Mary’s Ave, Rathfarnham
€395k Property Partners O’Brien Swaine (01) 298 8508
St Mary's Avenue is a short cul-de-sac running westward off Grange Road in Rathfarnham. It's less than five minutes' walk from Rathfarnham village, and across the street there's an entrance to Rathfarnham Castle Park. Number 16 has been extended at the back, taking the floor area up to 1,060 sq ft. That includes three bedrooms - two on the first floor and one downstairs. The ground floor also has two reception rooms - a living room and a dining room opening into the kitchen. The front and back gardens are both paved.
360 Nutgrove Ave, Churchtown
€450k Lisney Terenure (01) 492 4670
Number 360 Nutgrove Avenue is in a keyhole-shaped cul-de-sac off the main avenue, almost across the street from the Church of the Good Shepherd and less than 10 minutes' walk from Nutgrove Shopping Centre. Number 360 is a modest size, at 936 sq ft, but it has a 90ft back garden at the end of which is a wooden shed that might be used as a home office or studio. The house has three first-floor bedrooms and a ground-floor living room, dining room and kitchen. The front garden is lawned, with a pedestrian gate.