This semi-detached house in Stillorgan, Co Dublin will set you back €765K
05th Nov 2019
Semi-Detached House in Stillorgan
Recently refurbished and renovated, this semi-detached house in Stillorgan (with its four bedrooms and three bathrooms) is priced at a whopping €765,000
Located at 2 Allen Park Drive, this semi-detached house in Stillorgan, Co Dublin is on the market for a mighty €765,000. Presented by estate agents at Allen & Jacobs, the property is said to be recently extended and refurbished.
Some of the renovation works undertaken include conversion of the attic, conversion of the garage, and a light-filled extra width extension to the rear.
The property listing confirms that the house is in immaculate condition throughout, boasting spacious accommodation, extensive internal insulation, underfloor heating (in the extension), and landscaped low-maintenance gardens to the front and rear.
The entrance hall measures 4.8 x 2.3 metres, and features a timber laminate floor, ceiling cornicing, recessed lighting, and timber panelled walls. This hallway also has a guest WC with an extractor fan and tiled floor.
To the left, you’ll find the main, family living space. Measuring 4.7 x 3.6 metres, this room has an open marble fireplace with cast iron insert and hearth, as well as timber laminate flooring and double doors to the dining area.
Not only does the living room have lots of natural light, but the current owners maximise this by hanging a large mirror on the wall. Meanwhile, a rug and other soft furnishings add warmth.
To the rear of the house, there is a kitchen-cum-dining room which acts as the heart of the family home.
At 10.3 x 7.4 metres, it’s incredibly spacious and inviting. Features here include fully fitted press units, a centre breakfast island and attractive quartz countertops.
What’s more, there is an under bowl sink with fitted boiling water tap, an integrated dishwasher, integrated microwave, steam and fan oven, as well as a fridge/freezer, induction hob and extractor fan.
This open-plan space also comes with recessed lighting, timber laminate floors, a feature roof light, and a sliding door to the garden. Nearby, there is a utility room plumbed for a washing machine, with fitted storage and a gas boiler.
Upstairs, there is a shelved hot press with dual immersion. There are also four bedrooms, one family bathroom and an ensuite bathroom.
Three of the bedrooms feature built-in double wardrobes, while one (in the converted attic) has eaves storage.
The main family bathroom measures 2.5 x 1.7 metres, and comes with a P-shaped jacuzzi bath with fitted pumped shower, WHB, WC, heated towel rail and radiator. There is also a tiled floor, partly tiled walls, attractive timber panelled walls, and recessed lighting.
The front of the property is surrounded by a wall and hedging, while paving provides ample off-street parking.
To the rear, a secluded garden consists mainly of lawn with planted raised borders. There is also a garden path and patio area, which has been finished in granite, as well as some outdoor electrical sockets and a tap.
According to Allen & Jacobs, this family house in Stillorgan is nestled away in a quiet cul-de-sac and its “location really couldn’t be better”.
A number of local schools and colleges are nearby, as well as Stillorgan Village and Dundrum Town Centre. Not only that, but the property is also serviced by buses and the LUAS, offering easy access to-and-from the city centre and surrounding suburbs.
Photo: Allen & Jacobs
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