Comfort, space and privacy on offer for €445,000 in Monkstown

Comfort, space and privacy are all on offer at Minella, Ballyfouloo, in Monkstown, thanks to almost 2,000sq ft of living space and a tree-lined, three-quarter-acre site.

And, as an added bonus, it has views from the top of the garden down on to the harbour below, reveals auctioneer Jeremy Murphy, quoting an asking price of €445,000.

Comfort, space and privacy on offer for €445,000 in Monkstown

Built in 1999, it’s a well-minded family home located around two kilometres from Monkstown and within easy reach of the waterfront promenade.

The main living room at the front has an oak floor as well as a fireplace while the kitchen-diner, at the rear, has antique pine units. There’s also a separate dining room as well as an office and a den.

This extra-spacious property has a bathroom and two bedrooms (one en-suite) at ground level.

Upstairs it has a shower room and three bedrooms, one with an en-suite and a walk-in wardrobe.

Comfort, space and privacy on offer for €445,000 in Monkstown

Accessed by a pillared entrance and a tarmac driveway, Minella has extensive lawned gardens with ample space for playing soccer.

“It has a patio, a detached garage and mature trees and hedging which make it extremely private,” says Mr Murphy.

Situated on an elevated site, the property is just over eight kilometres from Douglas village.

VERDICT: All the space and garden a trade-up buyer could wish for.

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