Make a match in Glenageary for €1.195m
2 Silchester Wood €1.195m
the residents of Silchester Wood, a small development of eight modern houses off Adelaide Road in Glenageary, share a communal tennis court.
You could see how tennis matches among the neighbours might be either a blessing or a curse - fostering cordial relations in the community or sparking generations-long feuds over a perceived double fault.
At any rate, like most private tennis courts, it will probably be used for only two weeks a year, in June and July, when Wimbledon is on.
Number 2 Silchester Wood is close to the end of the cul-de-sac and, like its neighbours, it is detached and enclosed by low red-brick walls.
At 2,700 sq ft in size, it has five bedrooms and three reception rooms. The first of these is a drawing room with a box window and a coal-effect gas fire. Double doors lead to a living room, where there are doors into the garden. The third reception room is a family room with another fireplace.
The kitchen/dining room measures roughly 24ft by 20ft and is fitted with granite-topped oak cabinets and a centre island. There's a separate utility room to serve the kitchen.
The five bedrooms are on the first floor. Only the master bedroom has an ensuite shower room, although the main bathroom is also on this floor. Overheard is a floored attic.
There's off-street parking on the cobbled driveway at the front, while the back garden has a patio and flowerbeds with steps down to a lawn, and there's a wooden garden shed.
Silchester Wood is roughly 600 metres from Glenageary Dart station, and about 20 minutes on foot will get you to Dun Laoghaire village.
The selling agent is DNG in Dun Laoghaire, (01) 230 1616, and the asking price is €1,195,000.