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Three houses to buy in Clontarf for less than €475K


by Grace McGettigan
11th Sep 2018
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A popular destination for food and drink aficionados, Clontarf is one of Dublin’s highly sought residential areas. Located north of the city, it stretches along the Irish Sea and borders Killester, Raheny and Marino. Whether you’re moving here alone, with your partner or family, local amenities are aplenty. There is a selection of primary, secondary and special education schools to choose from, while Clontarf Hospital is on your doorstep. Supermarkets, banks, veterinary clinics, cafes, shops, restaurants and bars also dot the area. Clontarf is serviced by the Dart rail line, as well as Dublin Bus routes 130, 29a, 31, 31A and 32; alternatively, access the area easily by car via Clontarf Road. Want to move in? The following properties are available to buy for less than €475,000 now.

6 Danesfort, Castle Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin 3 – €450,000

If seaside living is your cup of tea, have a look at this two-bedroom home at 6 Danesfort, Castle Avenue. The duplex apartment offers panoramic views of the Clontarf coastline from the living room, master bedroom and balcony. Located within a secure gated development, the property is just five kilometres from Dublin’s city centre and a short walk from Clontarf Village. Inside, the rooms are beautifully presented by its current owners. The living room has an open fireplace and access to the balcony, while the kitchen is fitted with modern countertops and Neff appliances. Each of the bedrooms has built-in wardrobes and the bathroom has a walk-in shower. Other features include double-glazed windows, electric heating, a burglar alarm, bicycle rack and outdoor clothes drying area.

Photo by Quillsen via MyHome.ie Photo by Quillsen via MyHome.ie Photo by Quillsen via MyHome.ie Photo by Quillsen via MyHome.ie

 

166 Belgrove Park, Mount Prospect Lawns, Clontarf, Dublin 3 – €475,000

As with the property above, 166 Belgrove Park is located within a secure gated development within walking distance of Clontarf Village. With three spacious double bedrooms and two bathrooms, it would make an ideal family home. The living-cum-dining area is open plan, complete with semi-solid wood floor and coving. This leads to the kitchen, which includes a tiled floor, modern units and built-in appliances. Two of the bedrooms come with built-in wardrobes while the master has an impressive walk-in wardrobe. What’s more, the master bedroom has a convenient ensuite. The property also comes with two designated underground carpark spaces and a private balcony.

Photo by Savills via Daft.ie Photo by Savills via Daft.iePhoto by Savills via Daft.ie Photo by Savills via Daft.ie

 

114 Kincora Court, Clontarf, Dublin 3 – €450,000

Tucked away on a quiet cul-de-sac, 114 Kincora Court overlooks a well-maintained park with a walkway leading to the seafront promenade and Dollymount Beach. The redbrick bungalow is bright and airy throughout; with two double bedrooms, both with an ensuite. The living room features a stove, hardwood floors and ceiling spotlights; while the kitchen has been recently updated, giving access to the south-facing garden. What’s more, a carpeted garden room is located to the rear of the property, which could be used as a playroom for children, home office or storage area. Gas fired central heating and off street parking are available too.

Photo by Sherry FitzGerald Killester via MyHome.ie Photo by Sherry FitzGerald Killester via MyHome.ie Photo by Sherry FitzGerald Killester via MyHome.iePhoto by Sherry FitzGerald Killester via MyHome.ie

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