However, it’s possible to reverse that, says estate agent, Billy Casey, of Casey and Kingston, but considering the sizeable, en suite master bedroom, it’s unlikely as the semi-detached house is very appealing the way it is. And it’s going to be attractive to the professional buyer, because of the location and the quality of finish.
Set in a quiet cul-de-sac off the Cross Douglas Road it has on and off-street parking and the kind of finish that makes it a headache-free buy.
An infill scheme, there is just a handful of houses here and number 3 is one of the first to come for sale in a long time.
As an indication of value, a neighbouring townhouse was on the market at €450,000 in 2004, but today no 3 has a guide of €345,000, or nearest offer.
It comes with good front and back gardens, a maintenance-free finish, side-access, three bedrooms with master suite, a drawing room, dining room and separate, vanilla kitchen with utility on the ground floor.
Upstairs, there’s the large master suite, two more bedrooms and a main bathroom.
And number 3 is a walk to town and to Douglas.