All the cul-de-sac streets in the Westminster Park estate in Foxrock, Dublin 18, are named after trees - pine, willow, chestnut, sycamore, birch and whitethorn.
In keeping with the naming convention, the estate is appropriately leafy, with plenty of commons and trees dotted about, and what's more, it backs on to Foxrock Golf Club to add to the atmosphere of verdure.
Willow Park is a short 50-metre cul-de-sac at the northern end of the estate overlooking a sizeable pocket park, and the six terraced houses on this little street have nice views of some statuesque mature trees - though, admittedly, the nearest neighbours are sycamores rather than willows.
No2 Willow Park, second from the end, has had a full makeover since its most recent sale in 2012. The décor was completely upgraded under the hand of an interior designer, and the energy-efficiency was also brought bang up to date. The owners retrofitted new insulation and added zoned central heating, so the house now has an impressive B2 BER.
As the home faces due northeast to the front, the back garden has the ideal orientation, facing southwest.
It consists of a patio and lawn lined with raised beds, so it's fairly low-maintenance at present. The option is there to make it into something more lush, however, as nature is on your side.
You reach the garden via French doors in the open-plan, L-shaped kitchen and dining room at the back of the house. This room is also open-plan to the front living room, where there's a walnut floor and a solid-fuel stove in the stone fireplace.
The first floor has three bedrooms - two doubles and a single with a built-in desk and shelving. In total, the floor area comes to 969 sq ft.
The agent is Janet Carroll (087) 400 2020 and the asking price is €525,000.