Terraced house - quiet cul-de-sac, 5 mins from beach, 10min train to Dublin city

Terraced house - quiet cul-de-sac, 5 mins from beach, 10min train to Dublin city

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

Terraced 2 storey house in quiet cul-de-sac built 1937, modernised 17yrs ago. Refurbished in past 5 years.
2 receptions rooms one overlooking the excellent and pretty, low-maintenance garden(48x22fee)
TV DVD player, stereo radio, CD player (Bose speakers) broadband internet access,
Couch converts to comfortable double bed.
Small kitchen, washing machine and dryer. Gas stove, electric oven. 'NESPRESSO' machine, no dishwasher
Front reception room, (normally used for work) could convert to a further bedroom.
2 double bedrooms/queen size beds. I box/single room.
Separate bathroom - with bath, electric shower - and toilet.
Gas central heating.
New Attic conversion with double bed settee and bathroom

Property features

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Who we are

  1. I work as an acupuncturist, from home.
    I sail and hill-walk both of which are easily accessible from south Dublin.
    I have had one very successful house exchange in France April 2012

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Where is it?

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4 minute walk to transport system, DART - Dublin area rapid transport - frequent trains into Dublin city centre, journey time 8 mins.

6 min walk to Sandymount Village - the prettiest 'village' close to Dublin city.
The village green was once part of Sandymount Castle (no longer there).
Also found are shops/pubs/restaurants(5)/pharmacy/hairdressers/bicycle shop/book shop
W. B. Yeats, Poet, was born in Sandymount
Seamus Heaney, Poet Laureate, lived in Sandymount.
Part of the James Joyce celebrations on Bloomsday (June 16th) takes part in Sandymount every year.

7 min walk to Sandymount beach with it's 1/3 mile seaside walk and vast beach when the tide is out
This walk from my house to the beach passes by a cricket pitch and also a Martello Tower, one of the many defensive forts built by the British during the 19th century from the time of Napoleon onwards.
The remains of swimming baths built in 1883 are to be seen close to the shore.

40min drive to the Dublin mountains, Glendalough etc.
15min walk to Aviva/Lansdowne stadium.
10min walk to RDS/Dublin Horse show (August).

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