If you were a builder in the late 1950’s Dublin how would you attract people to live ‘out in the country’ in the remote village of Templeogue? Simple, you would build spacious family homes, with large gardens front and rear, and garages for cars and bikes. 13 Cypress Grove South is just such a house. Built as part of the development of the lands belonging to Cypress Grove House it is a solid, spacious home that, décor wise, needs some TLC to bring it up to date and back to its full potential.
The front door is to the side and leads to a spacious hall. To your left is a spectacular sized sitting room that
stretches the full width of the house. To the right you find two additional reception rooms and the kitchen. There is definite scope to open out the space to the rear and develop a truly outstanding open-plan family sitting room and kitchen – if your dreams include a spacious island and giant squishy couches facing a wall mounted TV, there is all the space you would need to realise those dreams. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, two with vanity sinks (which, believe it or not, were once the height of sophistication) and a family bathroom.
The layout of the house, with main door to the side and the garage at the rear, means that the driveway has capacity for a number of cars. The front garden is nicely kept, and the back garden is an absolute joy – a great size and very private. The rear wall of the garden is the boundary wall to a space known as the ‘walled garden’ where sports teams train and local children play. Further afield, Templeogue Village is a short walk away. There is a huge range of schools and sports facilities in the wider area, including GAA, Tennis, Rugby and the training facilities of Bushy Park. Buses pass nearby to a range of destinations and the M50 is just a 5 minute drive away.
THE BOTTOM LINE
This house ticks all the boxes. Don’t hang around!
Oil fired central heating
Double glazed throughout
large family size back garden
Overlooking White Fathers Walled garden
142 sq m accommodationDownload Brochure
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