An exceptionally attractive bright and airy second floor apartment positioned on the southern side of this purpose built intimate block of just 12 apartments located off Sloperton overlooking Vesey Park and within a short stroll of the suburban amenities and facilities of Monkstown Village, Dun Laoghaire Town Centre which include the seafront, DART and a regular bus service.
Apt. 7 Scotia comes to the market in excellent condition and decorative order. It extends to approximately 65sq.m (700sq.ft) and benefits from fully upgraded kitchen and bathroom, replaced windows and solid walnut flooring. In recent times substantial upgrades were made to the electric heating and the wiring. There is a private designated basement store with coal bin, beautifully landscaped well-maintained sunny communal gardens as well as parking in the grounds. A particular feature of the apartment is the south facing suntrap balcony accessed off the sitting room that enjoys a stunning outlook over Vesey Park with mature trees and wildlife along the extremely well-maintained grounds.
The location of this superb property needs little introduction and is second to none. The villages of Monkstown and Dun Laoghaire are only a short walking distance away offering a wide variety of amenities including specialist shops, some of South County Dublin's finest restaurants, shopping centres, churches and pubs. There is an excellent public transport system available on the doorstep including Salthill & Monkstown DART Station and numerous bus routes including the No's 46A, 7, 75 and 4 offering ease of access to the city centre and surrounding areas. Within close proximity are a range of recreational activities including golf, tennis, rugby and football clubs along with a number of sailing activities at Dun Laoghaire Harbour and Marina. The seafront offers many beautiful walks.
Reception Hall - 2.2m x 1.85m
with solid walnut floor, intercom to front door, double doors opening to the hot press which is shelved with further cupboard storage over and a utility press which d ...