Welcome to 7 Kelston Avenue. A beautifully presented four bed duplex located in an eye-catching and very desirable residential area. Located off Leopardstown Road, in the grounds of Kelston House, is this beautifully presented home, offering all the convenience of modern living with an address second to none.
Built by Park Developments, a name synonymous with quality and design, Kelston is a stylish modern and exclusive mix of apartment townhouses and detached houses surrounded by well maintained and manicured communal gardens.
The accommodation is of generous proportions and beautifully appointed and extends to approx. 120 sq. m. / 1,292 sq. ft. Downstairs accommodation comprises entrance hall, kitchen / dining area, living room, utility room and guest w/c downstairs. Upstairs accommodation comprises 4 large bedrooms, the master of which is en suite. A family bathroom completes the accommodation at this level.
There is the added benefit of a large balcony off the main living area which spans the full length of the room. It is extremely private and overlooks the beautifully maintained communal gardens. There is also private parking for two cars to the front of the property.
All conceivable conveniences are located nearby. The Quality Bus Corridor (QBC) is 3 minutes walk away and the LUAS and the M50 is within easy reach. Foxrock, Blackrock and Stillorgan Villages are within walking distance and for the energetic, the Dublin Mountains or The Irish Sea are both within easy distance ensuring you get to enjoy everything such a location can offer.
The location is favoured with a wealth of leisure amenities including Leopardstown Racecourse, Westwood Sports Centre, Foxrock Golf Club, not to mention the many bijou eateries including the Gables Wine Bar and Restaurant. The area is dotted with highly regarded schools including st. Raphaelaâ€™s NS, St Brigid's NS, Newpark Secondary school, Hollybrook and many more available along the QBC.
An annual service charge of approx. €1,200 is payable to Kelston Avenue Management Ltd.
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