12 The Crescent, Curragh Grange, Newbridge W12PP46

Asking Price: €310,000
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*** No Forward Chain*** At BM we love Curragh Grange with its great location and family friendly outlook this quiet estate always proves popular with buyers Welcome to No 12 Crescent, Curragh Grange. A quiet residential cul-de-sac in the family orientated estate of Curragh Grange in Newbridge. This property will make an ideal home for any one starting out Entering this house you will notice how bright these homes are with wooden flooring running throughout the hall and living room and tiled flooring in the kitchen/dining area. The sitting room has a bright aspect and real fire with double doors leading to the kitchen . The kitchen/diner looks out over the back garden with a paved patio, lots of space and great evening sun. The kitchen itself is modern and fresh and with a neutral ivory cream with a tiled backsplash. Upstairs there are 3 excellent bedrooms all with built in wardrobes. One great unique feature is the jack and jill en-suite bathroom with access from the master bedroom and bedroom 2. The master bedroom and second bedroom and landing are all carpeted giving that feel of luxury and comfort. The third room has a stylish grey wood flooring. No.12 is located within short walking distance of Curragh Grange neighbourhood shopping with convenience store, pharmacy, hairdressers and more. The Curragh plains are within approximately 20 minutes walk from the estate and the Liffey Linear park is approx 10 minutes away. The Whitewater shopping centre with cinemas and all other shopping are only 15 minutes walk away. Newbridge is also particularly well served with both primary and secondary schools. Viewing is Highly Recommended. Call us on 045 815 855
Deposit of €6,000 payable by Online Transfer to Byrne Malone when offer is accepted. Subject To Contract / Contract Denied.

  





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