Three-storey family home in Stepaside has kerb appeal
4 Blackglen Heath is a handsome redbrick family home with a trio of dormer windows
When space is at a premium, the wise architect thinks tall. No 4 Blackglen Heath in Stepaside, Dublin 18 is a handsome, detached three-storey family home brought to the market in turnkey condition. The combination of its height, emphasised by a trio of dormer windows, and its attractive red brick façade gives it distinct kerb appeal.
Inside, the 135 square metre interior is configured as ground floor entrance hall, a spacious timber-floored, dual aspect living...
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