98 St Aidan’s Drive, Goatstown
Today’s house of the day is a bijou little mid-terrace in an enviable location in Dublin 14, close to Clonskeagh, UCD, Dundrum Town Centre and quick access into Dublin city centre. St Aidan’s Drive is a very quiet cul-de-sac off the Goatstown Road, perfect for a young city couple or family.
Stylish Double-Height Living Spaces
From the outside you wouldn’t expect much living space from this house but once inside you find a lovely open-plan living room with double height ceilings and skylight windows.
This fantastic open living quarters includes exposed beams, Velux windows for extra natural light & gas stove which takes centre piece.
The kitchen includes ‘Shaker-style’ units with ample storage & counter top. Wooden flooring through upstairs, gas heating, double glazed windows & private outdoor space completes this wonderful home.
Upstairs there is two bedrooms, including an en suite in the master and a family bathroom. A downstairs WC makes this a 3 bathroom property!
Low Maintenance Back Garden
Outside there is a tidy courtyard garden, perfect for a low maintenance gardener who wants just to sit and enjoy a glass of wine and a BBQ in the summer, without worrying about too much heavy lifting.
At the front there is a stone pathway and front drive that could fit at least 2 cars – a bonus in this location – and is nicely lined with matured planting adding to the privacy of this home.
A young professional couple or first time buyer who wants their own front door, car parking and outside space – but well within reach of the city. Surrounded by amenities, such as Dundrum Town Centre, nearby Donnybrook, bus routes into town or the Luas near enough to commute.
Alternatively this could be a nice little earner for an investor – UCD is just round the corner and there will be plenty of young professional couples or house-sharers looking for a nice house rather than an apartment. Rental prices in this area have increased steadily in the last few years.