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IrelandDublinDublin 12Walkinstown2 Walkinstown Crescent, Walkinstown, Dublin 12

€1,800 / month

2 Walkinstown Crescent, Walkinstown, Dublin 12

2 beds 1 bath 68m 2Refreshed on Aug 28, 2020
Murphy Mullan Estate Agents (Kimmage)
Murphy Mullan Estate Agents (Kimmage)
Tel: 01 409 5600
PSRA Licence No. 001978
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Available on: Aug 28, 2020 Deposit: €1800 Lease: One Year


MURPHY MULLAN ESTATE AGENTS bring this superbly positioned 2 bedroom end-of-terrace home to the rental market just off Walkinstown Avenue. This type of property does not come to the rental market very often and would appeal to someone looking to reside in the heart of Dublin 12 with Harold's Cross, KCR, Crumlin, Kimmage, Terenure, Rathgar, the M50 and the City Centre all within close proximity. The accommodation briefly comprises of an entrance hallway, large open plan living room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, 2 bedrooms and a family bathroom. Located off Walkinstown Avenue, this property boasts easy access to the M50 & City Centre. There is also a host of amenities nearby to include local shopping centres such as SuperValu Walkinstown and The Ashleaf Shopping Centre. There are numerous schools within easy reach. Public transport is also well catered for with buses such as the 9, 27, 56A, 77A, 123, 151 all within a few minutes walk and the Luas Kylemore stop is only a short walk away. The M-50 is a short distance away and provides easy access to most major route-ways as well as an express route to Dublin Airport. Outside to the front, there is a large neat garden with a drive-in. To the rear, there is a large sunny well-maintained garden with raised decking area. Please email to register interest.


PVC Windows GFCH End of Terrace Excellent Location just off Walkinstown Avenue Close Proximity to KCR, M50 & City Centre Ideal Trade Up/First-Time Purchase Must be Seen to be Appreciated