09th Oct 2018
If you’ve ever dreamed of living in a seaside suburb with all amenities on your doorstep, Dun Laoghaire could be the place for you. The following homes, all of which are in perfect condition, are available to buy right now.
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6 St Brendan’s Terrace, Dun Laoghaire – €395,000
Presented by its current owners in turn-key condition, this two-bedroom house at 6 St Brendan’s Terrace could make a lovely life-long home. The living room is bright and contemporary; with an ornate cast iron fireplace, laminate wooden flooring, built-in shelving and window shutters. The kitchen is warm and homely, with Velux windows allowing for additional light. There is an integrated Neff oven and Nordmende hob, as well as granite worktops and solid wood flooring. Both bedrooms are double in size and come with built-in wardrobes. What’s more, a new Worchester Bosch Boiler was installed in 2014 and there is a permit for on-street parking.
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9 Library Road, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin – €545,000
Located at 9 Library Road, this period home has been beautifully renovated throughout. The living room is open plan and features a double-glazed sash window and a cassette fireplace. This leads to the kitchen, which is bright and modern. It’s fitted with a Whirlpool gas hob with extractor over, integrated Neff double oven and a Whirlpool fridge/freezer. Upstairs are two double bedrooms, one of which has a walk-in wardrobe. To top it all off, a south-west facing garden (with a low-maintenance patio for al fresco dining) catches the evening sun.
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6 Corrig Avenue, Dun Laoghaire, South Co Dublin – €1,695,000
This period property at 6 Corrig Avenue has been well-maintained since it was first built in 1859. The house comes with many of its original features; including polished wood flooring, high ceilings, intricate ceiling coving and centre roses, feature fireplaces, and sliding sash windows with working shutters. With four bedrooms and three bathrooms, it would make a magnificent family home. Elsewhere, a bespoke country-style kitchen features black granite worktops and a centre island with a polished oak worktop. This leads onto an elegant dining room, with a 10-seater table and cast-iron fireplace. What’s more, two spacious reception rooms are perfect for entertaining.
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