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24 Glencarraig, Sutton, Dublin 13, D13 A2W8

€825,000 - Asking Price Sold 204 sqm approx

Features

  • Substantial five bedroom semi-detached family home
  • Large south facing rear garden (165ft in length approx.)
  • Off-street parking for up to three cars
  • Gated side entrance
  • Sought after location close to Sutton Cross village
  • Convenient to all local amenities
  • Walking distance to Sutton DART station
  • Gas fired central heating
BER F RatingView floorplans (2)

Description

Sherry FitzGerald are proud to present number 24 Glencarraig to the market. This a substantial five bedroom semi-detached home located next to a mature green area in a quiet and highly sought after residential area. This property truly has all the characteristics that any growing family could wish for including a large sun drenched south facing rear measuring 165ft. in length approx.

Behind the attractive façade of 24 Glencarraig lies a special home which is simply oozing with potential. Internally the atmosphere is warm and welcoming and laid out over two levels. All the rooms have elegant proportions and are perfect for entertaining yet practical for family living. The house has been designed so that all the main reception rooms capture the views of the sun drenched south facing rear garden.

The bright and well proportioned accommodation extends to 204 Sq. M / 2,196 Sq. Ft. approx. and comprises of a welcoming porch which leads into the entrance hall through double doors, the living/dining room which has a white marble fireplace and double doors into the family room complete with vaulted ceilings and dual Velux windows, the kitchen and rear hall completes the downstairs accommodation. Upstairs the sleeping accommodation is equally as impressive, consisting of five spacious bedrooms and a modern family bathroom.

The gardens are a real special feature of this property. The front garden is fully walled with a cobblelock driveway that provides off street parking for up to three cars. There is a neat lawn to one side with mature shrubbery and plants, and planting on the opposite side of the driveway. There is a large block built shed located to the side of the property with gated side entrance. The back garden is simply stunning, with a highly coveted sun drenched south facing aspect. The garden is laid in lawn, bordered by mature shrubbery and trees and is fully walled. There is an external w.c. and a second block built shed complete with power and plumbing for a washing machine.

Set just off the Howth Road, the location of this charming home is second to none. The discerning purchaser can avail of an excellent choice of shops, restaurants, and cafes in Sutton Cross and the nearby Howth Village. Sutton Lawn Tennis Club, Burrow Beach, and Corr Castle are just a small sample of the recreational amenities located nearby. The area is well serviced by an excellent choice of national and secondary schools including Burrow National School, Santa Sabina Girls Secondary School, Saint Fintan’s Boys Secondary School and Sutton Park School. There are excellent transport links in close proximity including Sutton DART station and excellent bus routes that provide easy access to Dublin city centre and beyond. Viewing is highly recommended.

Rooms

  • Entrance Hall (5.13m x 2.17m With tiled floor, recessed lighting, side window, double glass doors and side window.)
  • Entrance Porch (2.39m x 2.04m With wooden floor, carpet on stairs, ceiling coving and rose, and understairs storage.)
  • Living / Dining Room (8.84m x 4.09m With polished floorboards, ceiling coving and rose, recessed lighting. Living room has white marble open fireplace with cast iron inset and marble hearth. The dining room would be ideal for formal dining and has double glass doors to family room.)
  • Family Room (6.77m x 3.70m With vaulted ceiling and dual Velux windows. Three sets of sliding doors to rear garden. Side window.)
  • Kitchen / Breakfast Room (4.85m x 3.76m With fitted wall and floor units, tiled splashback, and tiled floor. Electric oven, 5 ring ceramic hob, extractor fan, integrated fridge freezer. Plumbed for dishwasher. Space for table and chairs. Window overlooking rear garden and sliding doors to family room.)
  • Rear Hall (1.28m x 0.86m With tiled floor and side window. Access to cupboard with gas boiler.)
  • Kitchen (3.55m x 1.42m With wall and floor units, tiled floor, tiled splashback. Freestanding gas cooker, plumbing for washing machine. Side window and pvc door to side of house.)
  • Living Room / Bedroom (4.65m x 2.41m Generous sized room overlooking front of house.)
  • Inner Hall (2.48m x 1.23m With tiled floor, shelving and door to rear hall.)
  • Shower Room (2.33m x 1.66m Fully tiled with WC, whb, shower cubicle and side window.)
  • Landing (5.09m x 2.37m With wood floor, access to shelved hotpress, hatch to attic, and side window.)
  • Bedroom One (4.33m x 3.66m Master bedroom to rear of the property with wooden floor, fitted wardrobes and cupboards.)
  • Bedroom Two (4.47m x 3.66m Double bedroom to the front of the property with wooden floor and fitted wardrobes.)
  • Bedroom Three (3.44m x 2.47m Single bedroom to the front of the property with wooden floor and fitted wardrobes.)
  • Bedroom Four (3.50m x 2.35m Single bedroom to the front of the property with dual aspect windows and wooden floors.)
  • Bedroom Five (3.05m x 2.85m Double bedroom to the rear of the property with wooden floor.)
  • Bathroom (2.85m x 1.91m Fully tiled bathroom with WC, wash hand basin, corner bath with Triton power shower and heated towel rail.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER F
  • Number: 110747284
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 410.89 KWh/m2/yr

About the Area

Sutton is an attractive residential suburb of Dublin's Northside, at the base of Howth Head. There is a small commercial core at the Sutton Cross. About 12km from the city centre, it is served by the main road from Dublin to Howth, the DART suburban rail system, on which it has its own station, and Dublin Bus route 31 and its variants. The original village of Sutton was situated on the city-facing (south-western) side of Howth Head, where there are today housing terraces and a small harbour, but the area is now centred on Sutton Cross, where there are two shopping areas, one anchored by Superquinn, and the Marine Hotel.

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