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St. Agnes' Crescent, Crumlin Village, Dublin 12

€425,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty

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Sherry Fitzgerald are delighted to launch 17 Crumlin Village to the market. This historic two storey house of Georgian appearance that has been beautifully renovated and modernised and turned into a modern three-bedroom family home.

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The property is located five minutes’ walk from the picturesque Sandycove beach, seafront walks including Dun Laoghaire harbours’ pier walks and Newtownsmith Promenade, while Glasthule village with its array of specialty shops, boutiques, coffee shops pubs and restaurants is just around the corner. Nearby transport links include Glenageary and Glasthule DART stations and the No. 7 bus route which offers great ease of access to the city centre. The No. 59 bus is also convenient for swift access to Dun Laoghaire and Dalkey.

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