Secluded five-bed family home overlooking Carysfort Park
No 101 Avoca Park’s 231 square metres of space is close to Avoca and Carysfort Avenues and is within walking distance of Blackrock village
Family home buyers familiar with Blackrock in south Co Dublin will, no doubt, be aware of the allure of owning a home in and around Avoca and Carysfort Avenues.
That a stunning five-bedroom detached residence within Avoca Park, just off Avoca Avenue, has just come to market should pique the interest of buyers at the upper end of the market.
Built by Castlethorn Construction in 1995, No 101 Avoca Park sits in the middle of...
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