PROPERTY PARTNERS O’BRIEN SWAINE offer a rear chance to purchase into a highly popular development that also has a significant historical importance. Between 1918 and 1922 more than 200 houses were built for Irish ex-serviceman who fought for Britain in World War One in the Killester area. Today Middle Third is host to one of the last British Legion Halls in the Republic Of Ireland which is located approx. 80 meters from No 29.
A lot has changed in a hundred years or so and now Middle third is a mature settled neighbourhood with an abundance of amenities literally on your doorstep. Buyers are attracted by the large gardens and pretty bungalows however the dart station being a 3 min walk also appeals to the city commuter.
No.29 is a “gem” of a property nestled at the end of a picturesque cul-de-sac. Deceiving at first glance but once inside the front door the appeal is instant. The long entrance hall with bedrooms left and right leads into a beautiful open plan kitchen and dining area. Large windows and patio doors allow light to flood both rooms giving and immediate sense of space. Past that and the property changes again into a comfortable sized living room that benefits from a wood burning stove – giving that snug feeling. This room cleverly incorporates a corner window which allows a commanding view of the large rear garden.
Upstairs the large attic conversion boasts a beautiful built in window seat which also allows full views of the private rear garden. In recent times the whole property has been tastefully decorated with neutral tones leaving little for the new owner to do.
This would be ideal for those looking for a large family home with beautiful gardens yet easily accessible to Dublin City Centre, a combination which can be hard to find.
Great location approx. 250 metres from Killester Dart Station and just 1 km from Clontarf Golf Club. Other local amenities include St Anne’s Park (approx. 750 metres away) and Bull Island (approx. 3kms away)
Accommodation includes: Entrance hall, kitchen, dining area, living room, 3 bedrooms, attic conversion, en suite and family bathroom
• Double & Triple glazed windows
• Gas fired central heating (Combi Boiler)
• Extended in 2011
• Wood burning stove
• Open plan attic room
• Solid timber flooring
• Built in wardrobes
• Landscaped gardens
• Large private rear garden
• Cul de sac location
• Driveway to fit 2/3 cars
• 3 minute walk to Dart Station
• Ber: B3
• Built :1920’s
• Approximately 147 Sq metres (including attic)
Entrance Hall: 5.8m x 0.9m
ESB fuse box, solid timber flooring, recessed lighting, access to storage closet
Kitchen: 4.2m x 3.5m
Wall and floor mounted units with island breakfast bar, granite worktops, double oven, hob, extractor fan, stainless steel sink, American fridge freezer, wood effect flooring, two Velux windows, recessed lighting
Dining Area: 4.6m x 3.6m
Tiled floors, access to side entrance and rear garden
Living Room: 5.2m x 3.6m
Feature fireplace (fitted with wood burning stove) ,Solid timber flooring, corner window, TV points
Bedroom 1: (Master) 4.5m x 3.3m
Built in wardrobes, wood effect flooring, TV points
Ensuite: WC, WHB and double shower, heated towel rail, fully tiled
Bedroom 2: 4.3m x 2.9m
Built in wardrobes
Bathroom: 3.1m x 2.1m
WC, WHB and bath with shower, heated towel rail, vanity cabinet, fully tiled
Spiral Staircase Area: 3.1m x 1.7m
Bedroom 3: 2.9m x 2.3m
Carpet, TV point
Attic living Room: 6.4m x 4.8m
Open plan attic space with built in window seat, treble glazed window, recessed lighting, TV point, built in storage, carpet
Front – Fully walled, coble lock pathway and loose decorative stone finish
Rear – Large rear garden, very private with mature trees and hedging, large lawn with decking, two access points to the rear garden and one to the side entrance.