DescriptionColliers present this superior own door 2 bedroom apartment, situated in “The Rectory”, an exclusive and highly regarded Albany Homes built development that provides a unique best of both worlds proposition, surrounded by 8 acres of picturesque mature parklands and landscaped grounds located on the foothills of the Dublin Mountains, only moments’ walk from Stepaside village while located just 30 minutes’ drive from Dublin City Centre.
Positioned off the Enniskerry Road, No. 101 The Rectory presents a perfectly free flowing, dual aspect space extending to an impressive 69 sq.m. / 745 sq.ft. with an abundance of natural light entering each room due to its east west orientation.
The property has been very well maintained and upgraded in recent years by the current owners presenting a turn key accommodation briefly comprising a sheltered porch, welcoming entrance hall, cloakroom, storeroom, an extremely spacious living/dining room with focal fireplace and patio access, modern kitchen equipped with all modern day conveniences, 2 double bedrooms, both generous in size, each with large fitted wardrobes and master bedroom with balcony off and a well-appointed family bathroom completes the accommodation.
Outside, The Rectory’s surroundings are simply flawless, with select planting of choice specimens, mature trees, shrubs, and rolling lawns surrounding the ruins of the old rectory providing postcard peace and tranquillity. Unlimited parking is provided.
The location will appeal to those who seek escape from the city while remaining within easy reach of every amenity both social and essential. Stepaside Village offers a host of shops pubs and restaurants if on foot while Belarmine, The Park Carrickmines, Beacon South Quarter and Dundrum Town Centre offer a wider range and are all within 5 minutes’ drive. The location offers a variety of both primary and secondary schools as well as excellent transport options including LUAS, Bus and easy access to the M50 and N11 making commuting a cinch.
Viewing is by private appointment with John Coleman