It is hard to believe that agriculture was happening in Kimmage as recently as the 1980’s, but Royston was actually constructed on the site of a former mushroom farm, at the point where Kimmage meets Perrystown. These houses were originally built with an eye firmly on first-time -buyers and still offer the opportunity to acquire an affordable home (relatively speaking of course) in an area where many older, larger, homes sell for almost twice the price. Number 62 is an attractive end-of-terrace house in a quiet cul-de-sac.
This property has been rented for some time and would benefit from an interior-design makeover. The hallway leads to a sitting room with fireplace and a tiled kitchen dining room with double doors to the garden. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The rear garden has fantastic potential – it faces directly south and could be transformed to create a wonderful ‘room outside’. To the front of the house there is off-street parking for one car. The view across the road is of the playing pitches of Stannaway park. Nearby is the Ashleaf Centre, anchored by Dunnes stores and with a good selection of other shops. Terenure lies in the other direction, with restaurants and a range of shops and supermarkets. As you would expect from an area this mature, there is a great selection of schools and sports clubs. From the main Kimmage Road West direct bus routes run to Blackrock and through the city.
THE BOTTOM LINE
This home has great potential and is very conveniently located.
Southerly facing rear garden
Gas fired central heating
Located close to a wonderful array of amenitiesDownload Brochure
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