1 Kill Avenue Dun Laoghaire,

Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, A96 TH50
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Michelle Kealy

Dalkey Office
Michelle Kealy

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Semi Detached
3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
116 sqm

An attractive semi-detached well-maintained and modernised 1920s family home located on the junction of Kill Avenue, Upper Glenageary Road, Oliver Plunkett Road and Mounttown Road extending to approximately 116sq.m (1,254sq.ft) plus an additional attic space of approximately 20sq.m (217sq.ft).

1 Kill Avenue is a well laid out home which is presented in walk in condition, while it has been extensively modernised it still retains many pre-war features including the doors and cornicing work.

Property details

BER No. 106713753
Energy Performance Indicator: 282.22 kWh/m2/yr


  • Entrance Hall (4.30m x 2.70m )with tiled checker board floor, cornicing and understairs storage heating with dado rail
  • Guest w.c. (1.40m x 1.30m )with w.c., wash hand basin and window out to the front and built in cupboards
  • Living Room (4.30m x 3.60m )to the front with shutters, picture rail, solid fuel burning stove with cast iron inset surround, slate hearth and double doors through to
  • Dining Room (3.90m x 3.50m )with open fireplace with sandstone surround with a polished granite hearth, stone mantle, timber floor, picture rail and double doors through to the
  • Conservatory (2.90m x 2.80m )with tiled floors and sliding doors out to the garden and door into the
  • Kitchen/Breakfastroom (5.70m x 2.80m )with a range of fitted cupboards and units, gas Fisher & Paykel hob, Zanussi extractor fan, Siemens washing machine, Fisher & Paykel fridge/freezer, double drainage Belfast sink unit, gas boiler and window overlooking the rear garden

The neighbourhood

The neighbourhood

Shopping centres
Yacht clubs
Farmer’s Market

Dun Laoghaire has had its share of monikers over the years. Initially established as Dun Leary, then renamed Kingstown in honour of King George IV’s 1821 visit, it is now known in the original Irish spelling as Dun Laoghaire. One thing has stayed the same, however — the area’s popularity with residents and tourists alike!

Dun Laoghaire has a rich history as a major port, once being the largest in the country, as well as the endpoint for Ireland’s first railway.

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