- c.1939 refurbished bungalow
- External insulation
- Attic insulation
- Off street parking
- Many original features still in tact
- Wood pellet burning heating system
- Re wired and re plumbed
- Carlson windows
- Private south facing rear garden
€495,000 - Asking Price Sale Agreed 79 sqm approx
Situated on Blackhorse Avenue one of North Dublin’s most sought after locations, number 139 comes to the market in stunning condition. This three bedroom semi-detached c. 1939 bungalow still has many original features but has been refurbished to accommodate modern living. The property has been extended but also offers spec for further potential subject to pp.
Internally the accommodation has been tastefully decorated by the current owners. With a traditional layout, the rooms are very well proportioned. There is an airy entrance hall. There is also a living room with feature bay window to the front of the home. The kitchen and dining area are at the back of the property over-looking the rear garden. Three bedrooms and a family bathroom complete the accommodation.
Location alone is second to none with almost every conceivable amenity close at hand to include local shops, bars and restaurants. It is located within walking distance of the magnificent and expansive Phoenix Park. Transport needs are met by an excellent bus service allowing easy access for all commuters. There is unrivalled access to the N3 and M50 and Dublin Airport is a 20 minute drive approx. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate fully the appeal of this fine home in this choice location.
The manicured front garden has a raised lawn area and is surrounded with mature shrubbery and hedging. You also have ample off-street parking and a garage to the side of the property. The south facing rear garden is everything one could imagine. Backing onto Dublin Zoo it is extremely private and mature. The garden has a patio area with three steps up to a raised lawn area. The rear garden also has a boiler house and block built shed. This stunning rear garden is tranquil and ideal for a relaxing evening, sitting back listening to the sounds of the animals in Dublin Zoo.