Three-bed Dublin 6 redbrick for €1.05m

A bay-windowed redbrick house in a quiet cul-de-sac off Sandford Road will go under the hammer later this month with an advised minimum value of €1.05 million.

20th May, 2006

A bay-windowed redbrick house in a quiet cul-de-sac off Sandford Road will go under the hammer later this month with an advised minimum value of €1.05 million. The property, 32 Lower Hollybank Avenue, is likely to appeal to families looking for a well-maintained three-bedroom house in Dublin 6 when it is auctioned on May 31.

The property’s period features have been retained by the present owners, who have upgraded and extended it to 104 square metres.

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