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4 Clonard Court, Balbriggan, North Co. Dublin Eircode: K32 VH99

4 Clonard Court, Balbriggan, North Co. Dublin Eircode: K32 VH99

Stunning 3 Bedroom House For Sale in Balbriggan Dublin Ireland

Euroresales Property ID- 9825839

Property Information: 

4 Clonard Court, Balbriggan, North Co. Dublin Eircode: K32 VH99 is a beautifully presented and decorated 3 bedroomed mid-terraced bungalow, situated in this much sought-after development, which is within 3 minutes walk of the town centre & its amenities including a main line train station.

No. 4 overlooks open space to the front and is not directly overlooked from the rear.

The bungalow has been extended to accommodate a 2nd double bedroom with an en-suite and extensively upgraded and modernized to a very high standard, including quality fittings and finishes.

This property is in walk in condition and viewing is highly recommended.

Clonard Court is within easy access of Millfield Shopping Centre & thereafter the M1, facilitating access to the Airport, Dublin City & the M50.

Accommodation: 92 m2 BER No. 107645483

Rating: C2 EPI: 190.14 kWh/m2/yr

Entrance Hall: 1.29 m x 1.66 m. Replacement uPVC framed front door.


Livingroom: 3.26 m x 4.45m Solid wood flooring. Feature Slip stone chimney breast. Built in storage presses.

Kitchen/ Diner: 3.3 m (max) x 6.05m. Solid wood flooring. An extensive range of wall and floor presses. Gas fired burner. Glazed external door to rear garden. Small central hallway, with carpeted ladder steps to carpeted Mezzanine with under eave storage.

Bedroom 1 (front): 2.66 m x 4.04m. Built in wardrobes. 

Bathroom: 1.67 m (min) x 2.11m. Fully tiled with a slipper bath, WC and WHB. Heated towel rail radiator.

Corridor 1.36 x 5.2 . Opening out with floor to ceiling glazed windows onto centrail private courtyard.

Bedroom 2 3.6 x 2.78. Wall to wall built in wardrobes. Outside Maintenance free front garden, part gravelled with granite paving and setts facilitating off street parking. Maintenance free enclosed private courtyard. Shelved garden store 1.77 m x 1.7 m.

Bedroom 3 (rear): 2.63 m x 3.64 m (min). 


  • 3 Bedrooms 
  • 2 Bathrooms 
  • Heated Flooring 
  • Private Garden 
  • Central Heating 
  • Double Glazed Windows 
  • New Kitchen 
  • Property Features
  • Modernised, upgraded and tastefully decorated to a very high standard.
  • Quality fixtures, fittings and finishes.
  • New gas fired central heating installation.
  • Underfloor heating in part.
  • Replacement double glazed windows.
  • High degree of insulation C2 energy rating.
  • New replacement Kitchen with integrated quality appliances.
  • Rewired, replumbed.

About the Area: 

Balbriggan is a town 34 km from Dublin in the northern part of Fingal, Ireland. The 2016 census population was 21,722 for Balbriggan and its environs.

Balbriggan is 32 km north of Dublin city, in the northern part of the traditional County Dublin. It lies on the Belfast–Dublin main line of the Irish rail network. Commuter rail services serve Balbriggan railway station, which opened on 25 May 1844 and closed for goods traffic on 2 December 1974. It is estimated that about 2,200 commuters use the station every working day.

The town is also located next to the M1 motorway (the section known as the Balbriggan Bypass), which was completed in 1998. Prior to this, the main Dublin-Belfast road went through the centre of the town, with major traffic congestion on a daily basis.

Bus service is provided by Dublin Bus routes 33, 33A (taken over by Go-Ahead Ireland on 2 December 2018) and 33X as well as Bus Éireann routes 101 (Dublin-Drogheda) and 104 (Balbriggan Town service).

It is the most northerly town in Fingal (although the village of Balscadden lies further north within the county), and is situated close to Bettystown, Laytown (County Meath) and Drogheda (County Louth).

Balbriggan experienced a population boom in the early part of the 2000s as a result of the large demand for housing within the wider Dublin region. The population has increased as a result, with hundreds of new homes being built.

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  • Product Code: 9825839
  • Availability: SOLD
  • 275,000€