4 Kinsealy Cottages, Chapel Road, Kinsealy, Co. Dublin.

4 Kinsealy Cottages, Chapel Road, Kinsealy, Co. Dublin.
€335,000

Property Details

Dream properties are a rare find so don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to purchase this charming 2 bedroom end of terraced cottage. This property oozes character and is well maintained and tastefully presented by its present owners, which is evident from the moment you walk in the front door. Internally, the property comprises of a lounge, kitchen, shower room and 2 bedrooms. The property is further enhanced by a mature rear garden with a good sunny aspect. Situated in this convenient location within a short distance from both Portmarnock and Malahide Village. The M50 & M1 Motorways and Dublin Airport are within easy reach and commuter bus links are readily available on the Malahide Road while Portmarnock Dart Station is just minutes away.

This home will create a lasting impression.


FEATURES
• UPVC DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS
• OIL FIRE CENTRAL HEATING
• SUNNY ASPECT
• SIDE ENTRANCE
• SLATED ROOF
• TUDOR BEAMS
• PATIO AREA
• CONVENIENT LOCATION


ACCOMMODATION

Entrance
Porch Tiled floor

Bedroom 1
3.9 x 2.35
Fitted wardrobe

Lounge
4.97 x 4.25
Solid timber floor, open fire, featured timber beam, door to kitchen

Kitchen
3.85 x 3.0
Tiled floor, fully fitted kitchen, stone wall, cooker, fridge freezer

Shower Room
2.39 x 2.1
Hot press, w.c., w.h.b., electric shower

Bedroom 2
4.16 x 2.38
Fitted wardrobe

Garden
Patio, fenced and walled, side entrance


BER
G Number: 112705199 Indicator: 661.38 kWh/m²/yr


Viewing
By appointment with Noel Kelly Auctioneers (01) 8462752



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