Four-bed semi in Rochestown at more affordable end of trade-up market

Four-bed semi in Rochestown at more affordable end of trade-up market

A GUIDE price of €349,000 puts this four-bed semi at 39 Wainsfort in Rochestown at the more affordable end of the trade-up market.

Selling agent DNG Creedon says this 1980s-built property with its 1,180sq ft of well-presented accommodation would be perfect for family living.

“It’s in one of the city’s most sought-after locations,” says auctioneer Glen O’Connor.

At ground-floor level it has a front living room with a fireplace, a kitchen-diner with cream units and, in a single-storey section at the side, an en suite bedroom.

The upper level has a bathroom and three bedrooms, two doubles and a single.

The house has a driveway at the front and a garden at the rear, which could be used by a new owner for an extension if more space were required. Wainsfort is located 2km or a five-minute drive from the Douglas Village shopping centre.

No Wainsfort sales have been recorded this year on the Property Price Register. The last to sell was number 45 which sold for €370,000 in August last year.

Two open viewings of Number 39 were scheduled this week and Mr O’Connor was expecting them to be busy. 

VERDICT: Good demand expected because of size, price and location.

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