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€235,000 - For Sale By Private Treaty
Terraced House, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathroom
Pvc Double Glazed Windows and Doors
Bright and Spacious
Sherry Property are delighted to bring No.29 Templeville, Balbriggan to the market.A mid terraced three bedroom residence built c.1996. Accommodation comprises, entrance hall, sittingroom, kitchen/ diningroom, 3 bedrooms with master en suite and family bathroom. Fully enclosed rear garden with ample parking to the front. Location: Temple Ville is within walking distance of the town centre and all local amenities. Balbriggan is within easy reach of the M1 motorway, which gives ease of access to Dublin Airport and M50 routes. Balbriggan has excellent transport links to and from Dublin city centre via Bus and rail station with excellent daily schedules to suit commuters departing from Castlemill Shopping Centre and the town centre.
Would suit investor or perfect first family home. Viewing is invited.
Entrance hallway 4.5m x 2.3m- wood flooring, carpeted stairs
Sitting room 5.4m x 3.4m -large spacious room with coving,feature fireplace,wood flooring, blinds
Kitchen/dining room 2.5m x 2.1 / 4.90m x 3.7m- large room with wood flooring,patio doors leading to rear garden, fully tiled kitchen floor area, tiled splashback, fitted units, wood ceiling.
Bedroom (1) 3.7m x3.5m/1.2m x1m -carpeted, built in wardrobe,ensuite.
En-suite 2.3m x 1m -Fully tiled shower, toilet, whb.
Bedroom (2) 3.5m x 2.6m-carpet, blinds, built in wardrobe.
Bedroom (3) 2.6m x 2.2m-carpet, blinds
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