House of the Week: A blank-canvas bungalow to suit those with their own visions

4 Grotto Avenue in Booterstown, south Co Dublin is on the market with a guide price of €795,000

14th March, 2021
4 Grotto Avenue was built in 1961 and remodelled in 2000

Househunters come with different requirements. Busy professionals often want a house that’s ready to go, where they can move in and feel instantly at home, without the bother of having to rethink the décor – and if they can also buy the furniture, fixtures and fittings, so much the better.

On the other hand, there are those whose ideal future home is a blank canvas, a house that is structurally sound,...

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