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Sherry FitzGerald are proud to bring to the market, 67 Southmede. A delightful second floor two-bedroom apartment, situated within the beautifully landscaped grounds of Southmede, one of South Dublin's premier landmark developments. Built in 2006, No. 67 is a very well designed and generous sized apartment presented in excellent condition having recently been redecorated throughout. The apartment briefly comprises spacious entrance hallway, bright living/dining room with top quality bespoke Timberline built-in unit and south facing balcony boasting pleasant views towards the Dublin mountains and Three Rock. A modern well fitted kitchen with polished black granite worktops and integrated appliances, two spacious double bedrooms, the main bedroom being particularly sizable and with a fully tiled ensuite shower room (with underfloor heating). A separate fully tiled bathroom (with underfloor heating) completes the well-designed living accommodation.
Set behind security gates, there is a large central courtyard with water feature, seating areas and beautifully maintained landscaped communal gardens and woodland walkway. There is secure underground car parking with one designated car parking space with lift access from car park and ample visitor parking.
Situated in an ultra-convenient location just a short stroll from Dundrum and in close proximity to a wealth of amenities including local shops, schools, Dundrum Town Centre, Airfield Trust, churches, restaurants, The Beacon Hotel and Marlay Park to name but a few. It is a short stroll to Luas at Balally, numerous bus routes and the M50.
Entrance Hall Spacious entrance hallway with semi-solid oak wooden floor and attractive Timberline radiator cover unit. Hotpress with good shelving space and hot water cylinder. Recessed lighting
Living/Dining Room 3.58m x 7.33m. A bright and spacious reception room with large floor to ceiling window and door to a south facing balcony with pleasant views towards th ...