Sale Agreed

1A Woodlands Drive,

Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, A96 R2T4
Asking price
Senior Negotiator

Caroline Kevany

Dalkey Office
Caroline Kevany

Is this the property for you?

3 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
124 sqm

1A Woodlands Drive is a most appealing detached brick fronted family home constructed in approximately 2004 situated on this highly regarded road. The house boasts spacious generously proportioned light filled accommodation extending to approximately 124sq.m (1,335sq.ft) and further benefits from a sunny private south facing garden that measures approximately 13m in length.

Property details

BER No. 107391971
Energy Performance Indicator: 173.47 kWh/m²/yr


  • Entrance Hall (6.00m x 1.90m )with porch opening in, tiled floor, understairs storage, understairs utility area with space for a washing machine and door to
  • Wet Room with tiled floor and walls, wash hand basin, w.c., Mira Elite 2 electric shower and frosted window overlooking the side passage
  • Family Room (3.30m x 3.10m )with solid timber flooring, window overlooking the front garden and glazed double doors opening through to
  • Sitting Room/Study (6.70m x 3.60m )with solid timber flooring, two windows overlooking the side, floor to ceiling glazed door opening out to the garden with windows either side, Velux skylight and timber framed fireplace with gas coal effect inset
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room (5.00m x 4.00m )with tiled floor, a range of Shaker style kitchen units, Whirlpool integrated microwave, Creda oven and grill, Beko four ring electric hob with stainless steel chimney style extractor above, plumbed for dishwasher, integrated fridge/freezer, stainless steel one and a half bowl sink with drainer, tiled splashback and door opening out to the 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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