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1 The Tramway Blessington, County Wicklow , W91 CP80

Guide price €230,000
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathroom 1
  • Size 68 m²
  • Ber Rating

At a glance...

  • "Own door" Apartment with large garden space.
  • Mature, gated complex of only 29 units.
  • Walking distance to Blessington Town Centre.
  • Bus routes direct to Dublin’s City Centre.
  • Appealing property for 1st Time Buyer and Retiree.
  • Gas fired central heating.
  • Designated parking.
  • Presented in good condition throughout.
  • Competitive annual service charge - €952.
  • Communal storage for bikes and buggies.
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No.1 The Tramway is a ground floor Apartment within the established, gated Tramway development.  Tramway is a mature and secure development of only 29 Units located off the Main Street in Blessington Town, within walking distance of Blessington Town Centre and close proximity to a range of shops and social clubs.   In addition, 1 The Tramway is an end of row Apartment with valuable gable windows for a wash of natural light throughout the day in the Living area and Kitchen.  Outside one has allocated parking for 1 car and an enclosed, spacious and easily maintained garden space to the rear.  Independent, secure storage is available on site for bikes and buggies.

No1 The Tramway is an ideal Owner-occupier property for the "Starter Home" or for the retiree "trading down".  Presented in good condition throughout, the spacious Living area is a real joy and benefits highly from the south/west aspect with a high volume of natural light throughout the day.  The Kitchen area is fitted with a range of floor and eye-level units, fully plumbed and all appliances are included in the sale.    Both Bedrooms have direct access to the enclosed garden area and the rear garden is in full sunlight from afternoon into the late evening.   

For the Residential-Investor, 1 The Tramway will deliver an attractive yield on investment with the likelyhood of continued capital appreciation.  Strong rental demand prevails and is likely to continue in the Blessington area which serves the main employment centres of West Dublin, North Kildare and Naas Town. 

Blessington is a bustling town with a strong emphasis on orderly expansion, and a focus on outdoor recreational activity.  Blessed with its natural setting on the Blessington Lakes, the successful Purchaser will be able to enjoy the Blessington Greenway in addition to some beautiful locations to relax - Russborough House and Gardens is a short drive - and a range of sporting clubs on one's doorstep.  An excellent location to put down roots.

VIEWINGS commence on the 4th Of September 2021.    Contact REA MURPHY to request an appointment.


Entrance Hall:

A useful lobby before entering the Living area.

Living area:

A beautiful room. Facing south and west this spacious living area enjoys a wash of natural light throughout the day.   The space easily accommodates a dining area with the everyday living space.  Useful built-in storage unit.  The gas fire is an attractive feature and the room is finished with timber flooring.


A functional Kitchen area fitted with a generous quantity of floor and eye-level units.  Existing appliances can be included in the sale.  West facing windows to catch the afternoon and evening sunlight. Finished with ceramic tile flooring.

Inner Hall:

Hotpress and additional storage.

Bedroom 1:

A spacious double Bedroom with recess for fitted wardrobes.   Direct access to the enclosed rear garden.  Finished with timber flooring.

Bedroom 2:

A single Bedroom. Finished with timber flooring.   Direct access to the enclosed rear garden.


Fitted with Bath, over-Bath shower, Toilet and WHB.   Finished with ceramic tile flooring.



Allocated parking for 1 car to the front.

Enclosed rear garden finished with low maintenance Cobblelock stone.  Significant advantage from the end-of row location.  Separate access from the service lane to the rear.

Communal storage sheds for both bikes and buggies.

Explore Wicklow Known as the Garden of Ireland and part of Ireland's Ancient East, County Wicklow is bursting with beautiful and rugged landscapes, dazzling lakes and stunning mountains. A visit to the stunning Wicklow Mountains National Park is a must, as is the Powerscourt Waterfall, which is Ireland's highe... Explore Wicklow
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