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Moovingo estate agency is delighted to present this exceptional duplex property for sale. Primely located on Levmoss Avenue, within the well known Gallops estate. The property is well laid out over two floors and enjoys an abundance of natural light throughout. There is a large private south westerly facing sun terrace accessed from the 1st floor living area.
The property is owner occupied, has been lovingly cared for and is being sold in turn key condition. Ideal for , investors or people looking to trade down. Number 39 comes with the aforementioned preferred aspect and beautiful views of the Dublin mountains.
Accommodation briefly comprises of an open plan living come kitchen/dining area on the 1st floor. The kitchen was custom designed and has an integrated Kuppersbusch oven, hob, extractor hood, dishwasher and fridge-freezer, as well as floor and wall tiling and recessed ceiling downlighters.
The ground floor includes the main bathroom, two double bedrooms, one of which is en-suite along with built-in ivory and beech wardrobes in both bedrooms, while the main bathroom and ensuite feature white sanitary ware with chrome fittings and extensive wall and floor tiling.
This duplex benefits from excellent storage space with a utility room and storage space at ground floor level underneath the stairs and a hot press / storage room accessed off the living room.
Levmoss is set amidst extensively landscaped grounds to the rear of The Gallops, on Levmoss Avenue. The development was named after Levmoss, the Irish racehorse who won the Ascot Gold Cup and Prix de L'arc de Triomphe in 1969. The thoroughbred was trained at the site of the scheme.
To the left of the green space at the front of Levmoss are tennis courts, a playground and an open-air gym. Levmoss is less than a 10 minute walk to Glencairn, The Gallops and Leopardstown Valley Luas stops which will bring you to Dundrum in 10 minutes, and Dublin ci ...