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These luxurious family homes feature an elegant brickwork with coloured render finish and zinc covered canopies over the entrance door. They extend to approximately 166sq.m./1,786sq.ft laid over three levels and comprises a formal reception room to the front.
The large kitchen/dining which overlooks the garden extend the full width of the house and includes a spacious utility room. Porcelain floor tiling standard on the ground floor, utility, wc and store room. Dark oak timber flooring in the living room.
The first floor of the property includes 3 spacious bedrooms, the master bedroom has an en-suite, and walk in wardrobe, family bathroom. There is a large bedroom on the 2nd floor with en-suite and storage area.
These houses come with a high-quality Nolan kitchen with a quartz counter top and appliances, wine cooler, the bathrooms and en-suites include extensive wall and floor tiling, polished chrome heated towel rail, luxurious fitted wardrobes by Bedroom Elegance, gas fired central heating, PV solar panels, triple glazed windows, a cobble locked driveway, Mechanical Heat Recovery Ventilation System and a 10-year Homebond structural guarantee.
'The Grove' is being developed by leading house builder, Durkan Estates, whose name is synonymous with providing superior quality and high specification new homes.
Goatstown is well connected by road, rail and bus to the city centre and beyond. The local LUAS station is situated in Windy Arbour and connects to St. Stephen's Green in just 15 minutes, the regular 11 bus route also takes you to the city centre whilst the M50 is situated only short drive from The Grove.
For long walks and open air, the large campus at UCD or the banks of the River Dodder are only a stroll away. The vibrant villages of Ranelagh and Donnybrook offer a wide range of cosmopolitan restaurants, pubs, cafÃ©s and boutiques. Ireland's largest shopping centre 'Dundrum Town Centre' is also located within walking distance.
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