Cul-de-sac location is top of range

BUILT 20 years ago, the detached dormer bungalow, The Cedars, will attract a cross-section of viewing and strong bidding interest.

Set back from the traffic of Maryborough Hill, The Cedars is on mature gardens in a cul de sac. The selling agent is Valerie Parkes, of Hamilton Osborne King, and she values it at €525,000. The house would suit young families, professional couples and those ‘trading down’ from larger homes.

The Cedars has 1,650 square feet of accommodation, and an integrated garage that can be converted. The house has bright rooms, a master bedroom with an en suite, well-maintained gardens with a paved and planted patio, and parking for four cars.

The cul-de-sc location provides privacy, and schools, shops, a cinema, bars and restaurants are a short walk in distance, in Douglas village. Access is easy to the south-city ring road.

The accommodation includes a hall, a guest WC, a 16’ by 15’ living room with a bay window, back-boiler, kitchen/breakfast room, and a 16’ by 12’ dining room with a patio door to the back garden.

Also, three overhead bedrooms, one with an en suite and built ins, and a main bathroom.

Heating is by oil, and the house has an alarm.

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