Friday 18 October 2019

Join a Village with two homes in Sandyford

80 Sandyford Village Sandyford, Dublin 18

Asking price: From €875,000

Agent: Moovingo (01) 516 9999

80 Sandyford Village
80 Sandyford Village

Fresh from developing Kenler, an enclave of six homes that was launched in Sandyford last year, Molior Construction moved onto a nearby site to build a pair of detached houses for a scheme called 80 and 81 Sandyford Village.

Molior was founded by Ciaran Deane, the son of Tony Deane, whose company Deane Homes built more than 2,000 houses in Dublin, including Foxrock Wood, Brighton Wood and Kilgobbin Wood in Dublin 18. The selling agent for Kenler and 80 and 81 Sandyford Village is Moovingo, a hybrid estate agency set up by Tony Deane Jr, Ciaran's brother.

No 80 Sandyford Village, a four-bed home priced from €875,000, will go on the market on Wednesday. There is a part-render, part-brick to the façade of the property. There is a landscaped garden to the rear, while the pebbled private driveway out front has enough space to park three cars.

Inside, there is a living room to the front, and a kitchen/dining/living area to the back. There are two sets of French doors to the rear, one leading from the kitchen and one leading from the living area, which also comes with a gas fire. The bespoke kitchen from Mountlodge Kitchen is fitted with solid quartz worktops and integrated appliances.

Also on the ground floor is a large utility room, a bathroom and a storage room. Upstairs, there are four double bedrooms - one of which is en suite - and a family bathroom. There is Villeroy & Boch sanitaryware in the bathrooms and fitted wardrobes to all the bedrooms.

The property has an A2 BER and also meets the new Nearly-Zero Energy Buildings standards. It is equipped with an air-to-water heat pump and is wired for an electric car charging point.

80 Sandyford Village is a 12-minute walk from the nearest Luas station.

Viewings will be held between 12.30pm and 1pm on Wednesday.

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