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Published in Residential Property on 24/05/2017

Dublin House on Fosters Avenue with Permission for a Second House Seeking €780,000

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CNI Editor reports

CBRE is seeking in the region of €780,000 for a three-bedroom bungalow with planning permission for an extension and full planning permission for a second house at the rear of 18 Foster Avenue in Mount Merrion, Co Dublin.

The 0.08 of a hectare site (0.02 of an acre) is located directly opposite the south side of UCD and is within 5km of the city centre.

Foster Avenue is a highly sought after residential road in Mount Merrion. A deservedly popular residential location due to its close proximity to a vast array of amenities close by including Deer Park, a lovely landscaped parkland with excellent sporting and recreational facilities, University College Dublin is minutes walk away, local shops in Roebuck Road, Deerpark Road and The Rise are all within easy reach as is the vibrant Mount Merrion community centre, churches, a wealth of sporting facilities, local restaurants and pubs.

There is also an excellent selection of some of the best known schools in South Dublin as well as major shopping centres at Blackrock, Stillorgan and Merrion nearby, Dundrum Town Centre and the Luas Park and Ride are a short drive away, the Stillorgan QBC, direct city centre bus service and Air Coach bus service are all easily accessible as is the N11, M50, Wicklow and South East Motorway.

CBRE are also seeking ‘Best Bids’ for the sale of Dunluce on the Glenamuck Road on Friday.  This property sale includes a 4,000 sq.ft. detached house on a 1.66 acre site. There is potential to build 8 additional houses on the site or clear the site and build 24 houses or a small apartment block.

Sites will go on sale through their online bidding process (BIDX1) on the 25th and 26th May 2017?

For further information please contact

Robert.colleran@cbre.ie