John Ronan from GWD is delighted to present 14 Clonliffe Gardens to the Drumcondra market. Positioned in a peaceful cul-de-sac off Clonliffe Road, this semi-detached home has the added advantage of having a bright south west facing garden with a large side garden which could be built on subject to planning. This property retains the original character and charm of the house through the use of many original features and would benefit from some modernisation although is priced to attract. This quiet location is within close proximity of every conceivable amenity, both social and essential, to include shops, restaurants, schools, parks, and numerous sporting facilities. Clonliffe Gardens also benefits from a good public transport system with Drumcondra Rail Station and Dublin Bus routes close by and the M1/M50 within easy driving distance. The Dart is available in nearby Fairview while the city centre and IFSC are within walking distance.
Accommodation consists of an entrance hall with a large storage closet. The living room has a feature fireplace and has double doors leading to the dining room which lies to the back of the house along with the kitchen which is fitted with some floor and wall presses and provides access to the rear garden. Upstairs there are three bedrooms, two generous doubles and a single room. A family bathroom completes the accommodation. The south west rear gardens are a real feature of the property and the front garden is large enough to provide off street parking with drive way in place. The house would require some updating but is priced accordingly and viewing is strongly recommended.
Quiet Cul de sac
South west facing rear garden
Close to Drumcondra Train station