DNG are proud to present 49 Dowland Road, a light filled and beautifully maintained 3 bedroom end of terrace property which is presented in immaculate condition throughout. This property benefits from a c.67 foot long landscaped rear garden and a gated and paved front driveway with off street parking for a number of vehicles. 49 Dowland Road boasts an extension to the rear providing an openplan layout living accommodation and further benefits from an idyllic location along a tree lined road.
Further selling points for this ideal family home include gas fired central heating with a recently replaced boiler and double glazed windows. This very impressive property has been tastefully upgraded to provide spacious, light-filled and well proportioned accommodation which functions and flows effortlessly for modern living. It comes to the market in superb condition with quality fittings and tasteful dÃ©cor throughout, offering an absolute turn key opportunity for its new owners.
Accommodation downstairs comprises of a wide entrance hallway, a bright and spacious living room to the front, openplan kitchen/dining with appliances inclusive and an openplan layout to an extended sun room to the rear. Upstairs are 3 bedrooms (2 large doubles and 1 single) and a family bathroom. Outside to the rear is a c.67 foot long east facing and landscaped rear garden. This garden is fully fenced, boasts a private decking area to the rear and is laid in lawn with trees and plants surrounding. There is also a large shed, lighting and a water tap available. To the front is gated off street parking on a paved driveway.
The location cannot be understated, with a host of excellent local amenities on your doorstep. There is a selection of primary and secondary schools and a range of shopping facilities inclusive of the Ashleaf shopping centre all close by. There are a number of bus routes (9, 18, 150) within walking distance providing easy access to the city centre and the M50 network is minutes away. 49 Dowland Road is also only a short stroll from Walkinstown library and Church of Saint Agnes.