105 Abbeyfield, Killester, Dublin 5
This semi-detached bungalow oozes charm and character from the parquet flooring to the original fireplaces features throughout. On arriving there is a large drive way, for off street parking and a gated private carport to the side of the property giving additional carparking spaces.
On entering the property, you are presented with an entry hallway with tiled porch area and wooden flooring throughout. The ground floor accommodation comprises of a large living room, with stunning parquet flooring and original fireplace, two bedrooms, one of which is the large light filled master bedroom from the extension, both bedrooms also featuring their original fireplaces. Large family bathroom with tiled shower suite, and beautifully style panelling. Dining area which still within the original house, leads into the large open plan kitchen with ample fitted cabinetry on either side. From the kitchen you are led to the conservatory, giving you stunning light and views over the mature 100 sqft garden to the rear. The rear, north facing, garden backs onto the Saint Mary’s Secondary School playing fields, however given the mature trees and shrubs surrounding the garden boundary, you would feel you are in the middle of the country and not in the heart of Dublin 5. On re-entering the property, there are a further two bedrooms from the staircase in the entry hallway located in the attic eaves of the property.
Killester is bordered by Clontarf, Raheny and Artane. A predominantly residential area, local amenities include St. Anne’s Park. Abbeyfield is in a much sought after residential location within Killester, with easy access to the city centre, IFSC, Eastpoint Business Park, Dublin Airport, DCU and easy reach to M1/M50 Motorways. With an abundance of amenities including an excellent choice of local primary and secondary schools, retail, pubs and restaurants, parks, sports facilities and the coast on its doorstep. Killester Dart is a mere 7 minutes walk, the area is also well serviced by excellent Dublin bus routes going via Killester to the city centre, Howth and Malahide and DCU.
Overall once you enter and view this property, one word will come to mind, and that is potential. Subject to planning and with just looking to the neighbouring properties for example, there is a huge potential for a new owner to extend and modernise while keeping those historic features that gives 105 Abbeyfield its charm and character. This property has attracted huge interest already from buyers who see the potential this property has to offer and is an ideal family home or would also suit those who are looking to downsize from surrounding areas. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the sheer potential of this wonderful family home.