Elegantly restored in D6 cul-de-sac
Attractive four-bed family home within easy walking distance of the village
are two good doubles and a small single. The measured size of the house – at 130sq m (1,399sq ft)includes the attic room.
There have been two recent sales on Airfield Road – numbers 24 and 25 – both sold this year f or t he same pr i c e , ¤760,000. They are new builds, part of a small infill development of contemporary style two-storey four beds incorporating a car port, near the entrance to the road, and so quite different from number 5.
There was a house similar in style to number 5 that came on the market in May when num- ber 18 went up for sale. Despite strong interest its owners subsequently decided against selling.
The owners of number 5 haven’t outgrown the house, it’s still ideal for them, and the cul-de-sac they say is particularly neighbourly but now with three children they would prefer a garden to their small patio.
Airfield Road is a cul-de-sac off Rathgar Avenue, a few minutes’ walk from the shops in the village. It’s a narrow road – made more so by the cars parked on either side as parking is on-street. Sherry FitzGeral d is t he agent, seeking ¤745,000 for number 5.