- Off Street parking
- G.F.C.H – combi boiler
- Converted home office in the block built shed
- Excellent decorative condition
- Converted attic
- New A rated window & doors
- Close to a host of services and amenities
McGuirk Beggan are delighted to present this exceptional two-bedroom terraced family home to the market. No.35 is a stunning property bursting with character and charm, it boasts many extra's to include a beautiful interior, newly fitted A rated windows and doors, attic conversion, off street parking and a converted office space in the garden block built shed. There is no doubt this stunning home is destined to appeal to a wide range of buyers, from first-time buyers, young families or investors.
Slievemore Road is one of the area's most sought after locations due to its close proximity to a host of amenities including shops, services, local primary and secondary schools, Crumlin Children's Hospital, parks and recreation facilities. The neighbourhood has a community feel and is very well serviced by public transport with regular Dublin Bus routes within a 5-minute walk away and the Drimnagh LUAS is a 10-minute walk. Cycling to the city centre also takes only 10 to 15 minutes.
whichA fantastic road network is also nearby with the M50 and N7 being within a few minutes' drive making the greater Dublin area and beyond very accessible.
The accommodation briefly comprises entrance hall, living room, kitchen/dining room, 2 bedrooms, shower room, attic conversion, block built shed which is part converted into a lovely office space.
This property is bound to cause a stir and early viewing is highly recommended.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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