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A contemporary furnished three-bed bungalow, it benefits from an open-plan, spacious interior. It has been finished to a high standard and tenants will welcome the privacy and security provided by electric gates.
The exterior has a clean, fresh look with white render and sage green long, tall windows and a door set into a gravel turning circle with room for a number of vehicles. The marble tiled hallway has a feature roof light and plenty of in-built storage and shelving.
The Arena L-shaped designer kitchen is big enough to get lost in and is fitted with Miele appliances. It has hi-gloss white units, a large breakfast counter with a white granite worktop and plenty of light, with a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows looking out on the landscaped patio area.
Essentials, like a wine cooler, are fitted into the island unit. There is a dining area and a separate seating area with fireplace and dual aspect windows.
The floor is tiled in marble with a nice inset trim (happily, there’s underfloor heating so the toes don’t get cold) and there is a separate utility room and office off the area.
The three double bedrooms are very large and almost Japanese in style. All are en-suite with built-in Slider Robe wardrobes, while the master has a walk-in closet and French doors out to the patio.
The garden is a particular feature on which time and money has been spent. It has al fresco dining on the patio and the rest is laid out in lawn, paving, feature stones and a little wooden bridge over a stream.
Monkstown Road is near Seapoint, with its train station less than 1km away. Monkstown Village, with its upmarket restaurants and shops, is around the same distance away.
Blackrock, Killiney and Dun Laoghaire are all nearby, offering the tenant a good range of schools, amenities and some of the nicest views in Dublin. In the other direction, the city centre is around a 20-minute journey if the traffic is so inclined.
LEASE: One year
Enquiries: Terrie Dunne Lettings (01) 9014024