84 Dromheath Avenue, Mulhuddart Dublin 15

Price : €250,000.00 (Region)
3 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom


The creation of the M50 led to big population growth in many of Dublin’s outer suburbs, as well as enabling the creation of large employment centres. Mulhuddart is one such suburb. The village itself has been bypassed (it used to be on the main road from Dublin to Navan), but the general area has grown to meet the needs of its expanded population, including the mega development of nearby Blanchardstown Shopping Centre and Retail Parks. 

This three-bedroomed home is located in a townland of Mulhuddart called ‘Buzzardstown’, nothing to do with large scary birds but named for a Norman settler in the 12th century. The house will benefit from a decorative refresh, especially if your taste veers towards a neutral palette.


Downstairs there is a sitting room with fireplace and a kitchen-dining room. There is wood flooring throughout, the stairs and landing are the original boards rather than a new floor.

Three bedrooms and a family bathroom complete the accommodation upstairs.


There is off-street parking for one car to the front. The rear garden has been finished with decking and has great potential as a useful outdoor space.

Lady’s Well Park is located right beside Dromheath, and the nearby Mulhuddart Community Centre caters for many activities. There is a good selection of schools in the area and bus services are regular.


This is a good value home in a mature area, we’re expecting a bit of a Buzz about this one (see what we did there!)


Off Street Parking

Spacious Rear Garden

PVC Double Glazing

Gas Fired Central Heating

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