Three open views planned for Frankfield home close to everything

58 Alderbrook in Frankfield won’t be hanging around long, with a guide price of €275k, writes Trish Dromey.

In anticipation that interest levels in 58 Alderbrook in Frankfield are going to be high, Sherry FitzGerald has scheduled three open viewings, one this morning and another at lunchtime on Thursday.

Built in the late 1990s, it’s a three-bed semi which is new to the market with a guide price of €275,000. “This is a very well-maintained property, in very good decorative order, which is very well-situated in a popular development in a quiet cul-de-sac,” says auctioneer Ann O’Mahony, who believes it would be perfect for a first-time buyer.

Behind a bay window at the front is a timber-floor living room which has a timber fireplace with a solid fuel stove.

Double doors at the rear lead into a kitchen-dining room with modern, high-gloss cream units and integrated appliances, which has both tiled and timber flooring.

The first floor has a bathroom and three timber floored bedrooms, two doubles and a single The owners upgraded the energy rating to a C2 by pumping the walls with cavity insulation.

Out front there’s an open-plan garden with lawn and a driveway, and to the rear, a private garden with lawn and an elevated decking area.

Located within a 10-minute drive from Douglas Village, it’s just 1km, or a three-minute drive, from the Kinsale Roundabout, which gives it easy access to the city, the Lee Tunnel, and to the West.

VERDICT: Likely to tick some boxes for buyers.

Price: 275,000

Size: 87 sq m (938 sq ft)

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 1


Best Feature: Good location

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