Sherry FitzGerald are delighted to present to the market this truly stunning dual aspect 2 bedroom ground floor apartment (built by Castlethorn Construction). It is located in a small secure corner block and presented in pristine condition throughout. The apartment has a large sun drenched West facing balcony as well as a separate courtyard and one designated parking space.
The spacious accommodation comprises of an entrance hall with storage press, a modern kitchen fitted with wall and floor units, integrated oven and hob, extractor, fridge freezer, washer dryer and dishwasher. A door leads to the bright and spacious dual aspect living/dining room. This large open plan space is flooded with natural light and provides ample living and dining space with a door opening onto the private sun drenched West facing balcony on one side and a separate door leading to the courtyard on the other side. The two large double bedrooms both have built in wardrobes. The main bedroom contains an en-suite shower room. A spacious bathroom completes the living accommodation.
Located within a 5 minute walk of local shops, cafe, creches, primary school and restaurants with Ashtown Train station providing a short train journey to the IFSC. The new Luas Station at Broombridge is within walking distance via the Royal Canal and Dublin Bus Route No. 120 is a 1 minute walk from the front door.
The property is a short walk to the Phoenix Park and Tolka Valley Park and offers easy access to both the M50 and N3 motorways. Dublin Airport is a 20 minute drive approx. and the City Centre is just approx. 5 miles away. This property is ideal for an owner occupier or an investor.
Entrance Hall 6.19m x 0.99m. The entrance hallway is complete with handy storage press, semi-solid Oak timber flooring.
Kitchen 3.24m x 2.15m. The kitchen is fitted with an integrated hob and oven. Good selection of wall and floor units and also contains integrated fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. A window frames the view to the courtyard and a door leads through to the l ...