Baxter Real Estate would like to welcome you to 103 The Rectory a statement in today's living. Designed with comfort and style in mind this 2 bed first floor own door apartment is well laid out for easy maintenance. The internal layout of this fine home is of most practical design with every inch of available space being fully utilised.
Accommodation briefly comprises hallway, Lounge with hardwood timber flooring, fully fitted kitchen with laminate floors and built in oven and hob. Both double bedrooms come complete with Built in wardrobes, the family bathroom comes fully tiled for easy maintenance.
The location of this fine apartment will be hard to beat with fine scenery and pleasurable walks on your doorstep. This popular development was built in approx. 2005 and has a wealth of amenities close by including Sports Clubs for all ages. Stepaside Village is a short stroll. Beacon Court Hotel and hospital as well as the Westwood fitness centre is an ideal place to while away a few hours. Dundrum is less than 10 minutes away while the City Centre can be reached in 30. Transport facilities include easy access to the M50, walking distance to the Glencairn LUAS stop via Sandyford Hall and the 47 bus route servicing the city centre via N11. There is also a vast array of schools in the area including Gaelscoil Thaobh na Coille,the educate together school in Stepaside, School Naithi, St.Marys Woodside to name but a few.
Excellent own door 2 bed first floor apartment
Dual Aspect with South west facing balcony to front
Good access to Luas
Timber flooring hallway & livingroom
Gas Heating & Double Glazed windows
Management fee c.€891 per annum
Ample free parking
Hallway - m x m
Lounge - 5.63m x 3.38m
Modern fireplace with gas fire inset French doors to balcony with south west facing aspect 2.82m x 1.53m
Kitchen - 4.36m x 1.46m
Modern fitted Kitchen Built in oven & Hob, Fridge freezer,Washer/dwyer and Integrated Dishwasher
Bedroom 1 - 3.7m x 3.1m
Built in Wardrobe and access to own balcony
Bedroom 2 - 3.57m x 2.37m
Built in wardrobe