23 Stillorgan Wood, Upper Kilmacud Road, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin Sale Agreed

4 Bed Detached House Sale Agreed E1

Description

Stillorgan Wood is a mature residential estate located off the Upper Kilmacud Road in Stillorgan and comprises well spaced out detached two storey houses with a somewhat American feel. Approached through an impressive entrance with mature trees on a large green area, this estate is eye catching, central and peaceful.

A significant benefit of this property is its location, conveniently located within easy walking distance of Stillorgan Village, Dundrum Town Centre, Sandyford Industrial Estate and of course Stillorgan Luas which is almost adjacent. The QBC with the 145 route amongst many of the services is also located nearby. The M50 is a short drive away and the Aircoach passes nearby. Numerous schools are also very closeby including St Raphalea's, St. Laurence's, Benildus, Oatland's & Mount Anville.

Within the property accommodation is bright and spacious. An entrance hall has a guest cloakroom off and stairs leading to the landing. To the front is a livingroom which has an archway leading to the diningroom. The kitchen overlooks the south facing rear garden. A sittingroom is located off the kitchen too within the converted garage. On the first floor are 4 bedrooms, the master of which is en-suite, a bathroom is also on this level. Overall accommodation extends to c. 140sqm. The front garden has grass and a driveway with a side entrance leading to the south facing secluded rear garden which has a paved suntrap area and lawns.

Accommodation includes:
Hall - 4.4m X 2.4m
Guest cloaks with wc & whb
Livingroom - 5.8m X 3.3m
Diningroom - 3.7m X 3.1m
Sittingroom - 4.78m X 2.63m
Kitchen - 5.8m X 2.46m
Sunroom - 4.3m X 2.77m
Landing - 3.8m X 2.58m
Bedroom 1 - 4.18m X 3.2m
Ensuite - 2.5m X 1m
Bedroom 2 - 3.44m X 3.17m
Bedroom 3 - 3m X 2.58m
Bedroom 4 - 2.57m X 2.32m
Bathroom - 3.16m X 1.7m
Boiler House

Negotiator

Brian Dempsey

BER Details

BER: E1
BER No: 104782396
Performance Indicator: 69.56 kgCO2 /m2/yr