- Contemporary fully equipped kitchen
- Five minute walk to Luas Stop
- Gas fired central heating
- Large sunny rear garden
- Mature residential development
- Modern extension to rear
- Off street parking for three cars
- Original features including fireplace
- Overlooking green
Floor Area 103 sq. m.
South/west facing to rear
BER Number: 105666333
Owen Reilly presents this most attractive two bedroom house with a modern extension to rear and a secluded, west facing garden. Originally a three bed, the property was completely renovated in 2009 and transformed into a contemporary residence with a very spacious, light filled interior which is presented in turn-key condition. Special features include a generous driveway proving ample off street parking, large sunny garden with sandstone paving, light filled kitchen extension with pitched ceiling, a utility room and gas fired central heating. Overlooking a green area in a quiet residential area with a host of amenities on the doorstep and just minutes from Milltown Luas Stop. The accommodation briefly comprises on the ground floor entrance hall, guest WC, two inter connecting rooms with original fireplace, open plan kitchen/dining room with access to garden and a separate utility room. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, master en-suite, and a main bathroom. Viewing is highly recommended.
St. Luke’s Crescent is located off the Dundrum road in Milltown and benefits from a host of amenities to include an exceptional range of both primary and secondary schools and the University College of Dublin at Belfield. Nearby Donnybrook, Milltown and Ranelagh villages offer a host of stylish restaurants, bars, shops and amenities. Public transport facilities are well catered for with regular bus services and the local Milltown LUAS station. Dundrum Town centre is a 5 minute drive away while the N11 and M50 are also easily accessible.
Dundrum is an outer suburb and a well-connected part of south Dublin, located south of Churchtown and Clonskeagh, and north of Sandyford and Ballinteer. It’s bordered by Rathfarnham to the west and Goatstown and Mount Merrion to the east. The village main street is lined with pretty cottages, all of which are still in use,…SHOW ME MORE