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97 Burnell Court, Northern Cross, Dublin, D17 DK15

Price €245,000
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Size 86 m²
  • Ber Rating

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  • Northern Cross
  • Dublin 17
  • C1
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Description


Description
REA MCGEE ARE PLEASED TO PRESENT THIS STUNNING 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT TO THE MARKET.

Burnell Court is a highly sought after development located at Northern Cross and is conveniently placed in between the Malahide Road and R139, offering superb access to Dublin Airport, the M50 and M1. It is also well serviced by a number of bus routes with Clongriffin DART station also close by. The location couldn't be more convenient with all local amenities on your doorstep. Burnell Square is accessed through the entrance across from Meadows and Byrne at Northern Cross, host to a large variety of local shops and boutique restaurants. Clarehall S.C. and villages of Portmarnock and Malahide are close by.

This development also boasts an array of fantastic communal gardens, which are ideal for families, and every conceivable amenity is right on your doorstep.

The spacious accommodation comprises of an entrance hallway with wooden flooring, a utility room, two large double bedrooms (master ensuite), a fully tiled bathroom and a large bright living area with a private balcony. Modern style kitchen with integrated appliances.

Viewing highly recommended, by appointment only. Please email to register your interest.

BER Details
BER: C1 BER No.1002356354 Energy Performance Indicator:165.53 kWh/m²/yr

Accommodation
Living Room 3.81m x 3.17m
Kitchen 3.26m x 2.94m
Master bedroom 3.76m x 3.7m
Bedroom 2 4.22m x 2.58m
Hallway 4.69m x 2.21m
Main bathroom 2.16m x 1.67m
Foyer 2.01m x 1.38m
Ensuite 2m x 1.56m
Storage Room 1.61m x 1.56m
Storage Room 1.86m x .85m
PSRA Licence No: 002939

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Use the form below to get in touch with REA McGee (Dublin West) or call them on (01) 405 7700

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