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Three family homes available to buy in Naas, Co Kildare


by Grace McGettigan
18th Dec 2018
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The second-largest town in Kildare after Newbridge, Naas is home to over 20,000 people. If you want to call it home too, have a look at these three properties available to buy right now…

20 The Stableyard, Oldtown Demesne, Naas – €299,000

Just a 20-minute stroll from the main street in Naas, this terraced house at 20 The Stableyard is beautifully presented by its current owners. All of the rooms are bright and airy, yet somehow warm and cosy at the same time.

With three bedrooms (all of which come with fitted wardrobes), the house comfortably sleeps a small family. What’s more, there are three bathrooms for convenience. The main bathroom is fully tiled and features a contemporary WC; jacuzzi bath; heated towel rack, and a skylight.

To the rear, a sunny south-facing garden offers plenty of outdoor space for children to play. Other notable features include allocated car parking, gas fired central heating, and uPVC double glazed windows.

NaasPhoto by Ian Smyth MRICS via Daft.ie NaasPhoto by Ian Smyth MRICS via Daft.ie Photo by Ian Smyth MRICS via Daft.ie Photo by Ian Smyth MRICS via Daft.ie

78 Oak Glade, Craddockstown, Naas – €329,000

This three-bedroom family home at 78 Oak Glade is nestled on a quiet cul-de-sac; just a short walk from all the amenities Naas has to offer. As with the property above, this house is presented in turn-key condition. What’s more, most of its rooms are decorated in neutral tones; ready for the new owners to put their stamp on them.

The kitchen has oak units and is fitted with an oven, gas hob, and extractor fan. It also gives patio door-access to the garden. Meanwhile, the living room comes with solid beech flooring, a feature fireplace with open fire, and a large bay window.

Its three bathrooms (including ensuite) are all fully tiled, while fitted wardrobes in two of the bedrooms offer ample storage.

NaasPhoto by J. P. & M Doyle via Daft.ie Photo by J. P. & M Doyle via Daft.ie Photo by J. P. & M Doyle via Daft.ie Photo by J. P. & M Doyle via Daft.ie

 

23 Stephenstown Court, Two Mile House, Naas – €635,000

According to Jim Payne Property Consultants, this four-bedroom, detached house is set at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac. It’s located in Twomilehouse, one of Kildare’s most sought after villages, approximately four miles from both Naas and Kilcullen.

The kitchen is incredibly spacious, and features recessed lighting; granite worktops; an island unit/breakfast bar; integrated dishwasher; stainless steel sink; oven; and access to the rear garden and patio area.

Built in 2017, the property also offers unspoilt views to the front; as well as a detached garage and driveway with ample parking.

NaasPhoto by Jim Payne Property Consultants via Daft.ie Photo by Jim Payne Property Consultants via Daft.ie Photo by Jim Payne Property Consultants via Daft.ie Photo by Jim Payne Property Consultants via Daft.ie

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