Whitecliff is a quiet, mature estate off the Whitechurch Road in a very historic part of Rathfarnham. This is an area that successfully merges urban and rural, you get a rural vibe because of the amount of green space, even though you are no more than a couple of kilometres from major arteries and urban centres.
This property is an ex-rental property. To be honest, if we didn’t point that out you’d probably figure it from the pictures (avocado may be trendy on a brunch menu but is not so sought after in the bathroom department). It’s a solid home with great potential, crying out for a décor and fittings makeover. There is also good potential to remodel if major property surgery is your thing.
The design of this home has more interest than the very standard 4-bed-semi of the period. A spacious hallway, incorporating a guest WC, leads into the kitchen on one side and the living room on the other. The dining room can be reached from either the living room or kitchen. The kitchen is undoubtedly small by modern standards, but the overall footprint of the house will facilitate fairly easy layout changes with spectacular results.
Upstairs there are four bedrooms, master ensuite, and a family bathroom.
Off street parking and front and rear gardens complete the picture. St. Enda’s Park, with the Pearse Museum and a coffee shop, is directly opposite Whitecliff. Marlay Park, with its tennis courts, playground and weekend market, is also nearby. There is a range of supermarkets, schools and sports facilities in the area and transport links are good.
THE BOTTOM LINE
If you’re up for a medium sized challenge this could be the house for you, you’ll definitely want to roll up your sleeves and get on with the decorating.
Oil fired radiator central heating
Double glazed throughoutDownload Brochure
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