32 Lissadel Drive, Drimnagh, Dublin 12, D12 NT98.

2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
West facing
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
70 sq. m.

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West facing garden

Presented in turn-key condition

Double glazed windows

Gas fired central heating

Off-street parking for one car

Close to LUAS Red line

Easy access to M50 and the city centre

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

70 sq. m.

West facing

Owen Reilly present this mid-terraced, two bedroom house with a generous, west facing rear garden. Located in a quiet and mature family area of Drimnagh with a host of amenities close by including Brickfield Park. Offering bright and spacious accommodation, the property has been extended to the rear and comprises of an entrance hall, living room/bedroom three, large open plan family room linking into the extended kitchen/breakfast room. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a bathroom. The walled rear garden enjoys a west facing aspect and to the front there is gated access to off street parking for one car. Would make an ideal first time buyer home.  Must be viewed to be appreciated!

More about the location...

Drimnagh is an exceptionally convenient location with numerous shops, cafes, bars, restaurants, parks, schools and sports facilities on its doorstep as well as being within a short stroll of the LUAS Red line.  The Naas Road and M50 are all within easy reach as well as swift access to the City Centre and beyond. Crumlin Children's Hospital is also within close proximity.

Entrance hall

(2.72m x 1.78m)
Solid Timber floor and alarm

Living/bedroom 3

(2.72m x 3.01)
Solid timber floor with downlighters. Flexible space could be used as a third bedroom if required.

Family room

(3.38m x 4.73m)
To the rear with solid timber floor, mock fireplace and downlighters.

Kitchen/breakfast room

(3.25m x 2.95m)
Dual aspect, wall and floor mounted units, gas hob, electric oven and hood, integrated fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tiled splash backs with door access to garden.


Drimnagh is in Dublin 12 on the southside of the city centre. It is well known for its rows of terraced houses which were built during the 1930s in response to the increasing housing crisis in Dublin’s inner city. It is a long-established community right on the Luas Red line and next to the Grand Canal. The area has numerous…

Close to the city centre
Weekly shopping options nearby
Good selection of pub grub options

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