- Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
- Overall Floor Area: 43 m²
Thanks to its exceptionally large plot size, this semi-detached single-storey house offers tremendous potential to refurbish, convert and extend the existing property to create a brand new, A-rated contemporary family home less than five minutes' walk from Shankill village centre.
While subject to planning regulation, there is ample precedent for such redevelopment, with numerous neighbouring property-owners having carried out major extension and modernisation works to their homes.
With considerable space available to extend to the side and rear, the existing property could easily be increased to more than three times its existing size with the addition of an L-shaped and/or wraparound extension.
Tucked away in a quiet yet highly convenient location 500m from Shankill€TM regenerated village centre, the property forms part of the mature, low-rise New Vale Cottages development of 1930s era single-storey homes.
Built at a time when large gardens were much more commonplace than they are now, many local people have over the years taken full advantage of this to extend and build on to their homes. In the case of Number 43, with substantial ground available to the side and, especially, the rear of the existing property, there€TM no shortage of space to build on.
At 43 square metres, the existing house is equivalent in size to a large single-bedroomed apartment. Accommodation comprises a kitchen, a well-proportioned living room, a large bedroom and a good-sized bathroom.
Located close to a family-friendly green and within easy walking distance of local shops, amenities and services, the property can be accessed by car from both the village and via nearby Library Road. Speaking of which, the good news for book lovers is that Shankill Library is also close by!
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Entrance hall (2.66 x 1.17m): with laminate wood floor and access to attic
Living room (4.49 x 3.67m): overlooking back garden, with laminate wood floor, pole-mounted curtains with Venetian blind, and feature fireplace with original cast iron mantlepiece and surround
Kitchen (3.20 x 2.59m): overlooking back garden, with laminate wood floor, fitted units and stainless steel sink and drainer
Bedroom (4.45 x 3.20m): overlooking front garden, with solid timber floor, built-in wardrobe, curtains and wood-panelled ceiling
Bathroom (2.54 x 2.34m): overlooking front garden, with wc, whb, shower cubicle, and Venetian blind
Front garden (84 sq m) comprising:
Space to side of house (41 sq m) with hard surface drive providing off-street parking for two cars and path to front door
Low maintenance garden (43 sq m) to front of house, set out in gravel and planted with mature shrubs
Back garden (190 sq m): set out in lawn with:
South-west facing rear aspect
Three block-built outbuildings €" garden shed, utility room (plumbed and wired, with boiler) and storage room
Wall and mature hedge along boundaries
Exceptionally large plot size
Outstanding potential to refurbish, convert and extend existing house into brand new, A-rated contemporary family home
Highly convenient location, five minutes walk from Shankill€TM regenerated village centre
Family-friendly location within a mature, long established residential neighbourhood
Low rise development of single-storey homes
Rear garden bounded by mature hedges and trees
Tucked away in a mature residential setting off Dublin Road, New Vale Cottages is a short stroll from Shankill's regenerated, bustling village centre. This offers an excellent choice of shops and services including a pharmacy, hairdresser, restaurant, takeaway, café, newsagent, hardware store, a popular pub (Brady's of Shankill), a Tesco convenience store and Shankill's characterful public library.
Located between Killiney to the north and Bray to the south, Shankill is close to a great selection of schools including Rathmichael National School just around the corner, as well as St. Anne's, St. Gerard's, St. Brendan€TM and St. Laurence College secondary schools.
The property offers easy access to a wealth of services and amenities in the wider catchment area including Shanganagh Park, the local beach (accessed via Corbawn Lane), golf, tennis and other sporting facilities. Shankill DART station and Dublin Bus and Aircoach stops are close by, while the N11 is a stone€TM throw away, providing an easy commute to Dublin and seamless transport links to the south-east and the M50.
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