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26 Cluain Shee, Aiken's Village, Sandyford, Dublin 18

3 beds 3 baths 133.4m 2Energy RatingApartment Refreshed on Oct 8, 2020
Eircode: D18 WV38
Brock Delappe Estate Agents
Brock Delappe Estate Agents
Tel: 01 633 4446
PSRA Licence No. 002179
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Property Facilities
Cable Television
Central Heating


Exceptional three bedroom duplex penthouse with panoramic views of the Dublin Mountains. This superb property boasts an entrance hallway with a hotpress leading to three large double bedrooms. All three bedrooms feature deep pile carpet, fitted wardrobes and private balconies. Two of the bedrooms also boast ensuite shower rooms. The third bedroom is accompanied by a spacious fully tiled bathroom. Upstairs consists of a very impressive open plan living & dining space with timber floors, high ceilings, spotlights and large windows to enhance the breathtaking views. The high spec kitchen is situated just off the living area and features a tiled floor, splashback tiling and integrated appliances. The accommodation is completed by two storage facilities in the living area. This apartment also benefits from a designated car space which is accessible by a lift. Aiken's Village is a short drive from Stepaside village, Leopardstown Shopping Centre and Dundrum Town Centre containing a host of shops, cafes, restaurants and cinema. It is in close proximity to a local playground and a number of schools. For the commuter the area has excellent public transport options including the Luas (Glencairn Luas stop is a ten-minute walk) and bus (the 47 bus route terminus is just 500 metres away). There is easy access to the M50 (1.5km away) and N11.


Panoramic views Spacious bedrooms 3 private balconies 2 ensuites Designated car space Fitted wardrobes Year of construction 2003 Service charge €2,227 Ample storage Turn key condition

BER Details

BER: B3 BER No.113400440 Energy Performance Indicator:140.73 kWh/m²/yr