Frankly it’s worth a look at

A SPACIOUS, four-bed semi at Curragh Woods, Frankfield comes with a reasonable, €395,000 asking price.

Reflecting a slow market, selling agent Michael Downey of ERA Downey McCarthy is open to negotiation on 82 Curragh Woods, which comes with some very attractive extras such as a luxury fitted kitchen, marble fireplaces and quality wardrobes.

The property is in a high demand area and overlooks a green with lots of trees, so it has a nice, rural feel, he says.

Minutes from the south ring road and Douglas, No 82 offers a good location with a quality property.

It comes with a living room, family room, kitchen/ diner, utility, guest bathroom and four bedrooms, with master ensuite.

Parking is good and the back garden comes with a patio and solid walling.


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