Sold €375,000 - Apartment
A great opportunity is presented to purchase this superbly positioned ground floor apartment in the heart of Monkstown village. The location of this property is without a doubt first class. It sits within a few minutes walk of Seapoint Dart station. The local shops and fine eateries of Monkstown along with Avoca and 8a The Brasserie are all but a short stroll away. Presented in good condition, this spacious apartment will have great appeal to those looking for a well-designed property which is within easy access of all amenities including Seapoint beach. The accommodation consists of a large living and dining with feature open fireplace. There is access to the balcony from the living. The separate kitchen features wall and floor cupboards plus integrated appliances. The two bedrooms are spacious. The main features built-in wardrobes. The convenience of the area cannot be over emphasised. The property is within minutes walk of the Dart. The area is very well supported by many Dublin Bus routes and Aircoach. There is very easy access to the N11, QBC and M50. The property is situated within close proximity to Dun Laoghaire and Blackrock with a further choice of shops and restaurants, library, bank, schools, creches, pubs, shops, cafes and much more.
Hall Storage press, wood floor.
Living/Dining 5.5m x 3.6m Spacious living and with open fireplace, wood floor.
Kitchen 2.4m x 1.8m Ample kitchen with wall and floor cupboards and clever storage space. Integrated fridge/freezer, double, hob and washing machine, wood floor.
Bedroom 1 5.0m x 2.8m Large double bedroom with built-in wardrobes and storage cupboard, wood floor.
Bedroom 2 3.6m x3.6m Double bedroom to rear, wood floor.
Bathroom 2.2m x 1.8m Bath with overhead electric shower, toilet and wash hand basin.
One off street car parking
Feature open fireplace
Large living and dining Ample sized kitchen with plenty of storage
Large storage cupboard
Management Fees – €2,140 per year
BER: E1 BER No.100374412 Energy Performance Indicator:323.54 kWh/m²/yr