As a stylish, architecturally-designed house and the only individually-built one in its location, No 8 Chestnut Crescent in Classes Lake stands out.
Size: 231sq m (2,486sq ft)
BER Rating: C1
Larger than its detached neighbours it’s a four bed almost 2,500sq ft property built by the owners as a family home in 2005.
“Cleverly designed with a curved front, it is an aesthetic, light-filled and comfortable property in the hugely popular residential neighbour hood of Classes lake,’’ says Cian O’Donoghue of Lisney quoting a guide of €535,000.
Features include beech flooring at ground level, a contemporary hand- made kitchen with granite worktops, an integrated vacuum system as well as a stylish cantilevered staircase.
Generous living area includes a front sitting room with a curved wall as well a dining room alongside which leads through to the 250sq ft kitchen with integrated appliances and a breakfast bar.
Also on the ground floor is a guest bathroom, a study or office as well as a family room.
The first floor has a bathroom with a Jacuzzi, and four bedrooms including two with en suites and one with a walk-in wardrobe.
On a site of close to quarter of an acre, the house has lawned gardens and a patio with seating at front and rear as well as gravel beds, mature trees and a brick BBQ.
Verdict: Given that detached estate houses in Chestnut Crescent and Lawn usually attract good interest, Lisney is expecting very good viewings indeed.
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