An impressive four-bedroom detached home in a highly desirable Dublin setting, is being brought to the market by REA Grimes.
Measuring 175 sqm, Number 31 Dooroge Woods in Ballyboughal is situated in a small development of 37 large detached family homes.
Built in 2016, the property boasts a range of modern and innovative features, including an air-to-water heat pump, large and spacious rooms with high spec finishes, and an A2 BER rating.
The asking price is €650,000.
A bright entrance hallway, with guest WC and under-stair storage, leads to the sitting room on the left of the property and kitchen to the right.
The sitting room has built-in storage, wooden flooring and double-door access to the private, west-facing rear garden.
Also with garden access, the kitchen is fitted with ample wall and floor units and has a large island with granite worktop and wooden flooring.
A utility room plumbed for a washing machine and with extra storage units and a door to the garden, is located next to the kitchen.
Upstairs, there is a roomy landing, a hot press and four generous-sized bedrooms.
Located at the front of the house, the master bedroom boasts an ensuite and built-in wardrobes.
The second bedroom is another double, with ensuite and built-in wardrobes, and also overlooks the front.
A third double bedroom, also with built-in wardrobes, is at the rear of the landing, while a single bedroom is located at the front.
The family bathroom, with WC, wash-hand basin, bath with overhead shower laminate flooring, is also on the upper floor.
Outside, ample off-street parking is located at the front, and bordered by a green laurel hedge row.
The property’s location is another outstanding feature.
Although Dooroge Woods is off the beaten track, it is within easy reach of Dublin city centre, Dublin Airport and the M50 and M1 motorways – and is a popular base for commuters.
Long sandy beaches at the coastal towns of Skerries, Rush and Donabate, are also a short drive away.
Ballyboughal is steeped in history and legend has it that during the 12th Century, St Patrick’s crozier was stored in a local church.
Local amenities include a range of sports and leisure activities, such as the local GAA and pitch and putt clubs, golf courses, and a choice of excellent schools.
For more details or to arrange a viewing, please call Louise Shannon at REA Grimes Skerries on (01) 8490129 (01) 853 0630 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.