Noel Kelly Auctioneers welcome No. 24 Mountfield Park, Malahide, Co. Dublin to the market. A truly impressive two-bedroom ground floor apartment with it’s own front door tucked away in Mountfield, a stylish and popular development that has established itself as being one of the most exclusive and convenient developments in the area. There are a whole host of amenities close by including shops, schools, bus routes and the vibrant Malahide Village.
VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
• Quiet mature development
• Feature bay window
• Gas central heating system
• Overlooking a green front and back
• Southerly orientation
• BER - B3 Number 112876214 - 139.02 kWh/m2yr
BER: B3 BER No.112876214 Energy Performance Indicator:139.02 kWh/m²/yr
Porch 1.37 x 1.0 Tiled floor
Lounge 6.53 x 4.60 Tiled floor, feature bay window, coving
Kitchen 2.80 x 2.54 Integrated fridge freezer, oven, hob, dishwasher, washing machine, tiled floor
Bathroom 2.28 x 1.70 Tiled floor, feature bath with hand held shower, partial tiled walls, shelving
Hall Hot press, tiled floor
Bedroom 1 4.36 x 3.73 (Double) Tiled floor, fitted wardrobe, door to terrace
Ensuite Shower 1.85 x 1.50 Tiled floor, wc, whb, shower
Bedroom 2 4.35 x 2.65 (Double) Tiled floor, fitted wardrobe, door to terrace
Terrace 6.0 x 2.0 South orientation, Indian Sandstone paving, garden furniture included, private
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