Rosie Mulvany

Rosie Mulvany

Director, Head of Private Clients

Sherry FitzGerald Dalkey

Rosie has worked in the property industry since 1994, has managed the Dalkey branch since its opening in 2004 and was appointed a Director of Sherry FitzGerald in 2006. She is a true professional and puts her success down to being highly committed to her clients ensuring that she achieves the best possible price on their behalf, giving them good, sound, honest advice and having an in-depth knowledge of her local area. Ultimately Rosie believes trust and integrity are central to building life-long relationships with her clients.

What you say about Rosie

“Rosie was extremely attentive and kept her eye on the ball throughout the sales process.”

“Rosie Mulvany was very helpful and addressed any issues promptly and obtained quick responses from the vendor when queries arose.”

“Rosie has bought and sold for us over the last 10 years and her professionalism is why we keep coming back to her.”

 

 

Rosie's Properties For Sale    View All

Steeplewood, Killiney Avenue, Killiney, Co Dublin

€2,800,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 350 sqm approx

Steeplewood is a magnificent, detached family home of exceptional charm. To see its beautiful video tour please copy and paste the link below; or read on for more details on the history and design of Steeplewood. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDZK2mL5aXQ

The original house was built around the year 1900, and is in the Edwardian style and features elements of Tudor design and of the Arts and Crafts Movement. It was extended in about 1990, with great care being taken to match the style and features of the original house.

On entering the property one becomes immediately aware that Steeplewood is a real home of distinction with light filled rooms with high ceiling heights, ceiling coving, picture rails, feature fireplaces and large picture windows, this is a really delightful home.

BER exempt
Tudor Lodge, Violet Hill, Killiney, Co Dublin

€2,485,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 597 sqm approx

Tudor Lodge is a stunning detached period residence which sits comfortably on its large gardens of c. 0.6 of an acre. There is no doubt that this house represents a very rare opportunity to purchase a significant family home which has been beautifully presented and upgraded in a highly desirable and sought after location approximately 9 miles from the city centre.

This distinctive property displays a visually stunning exterior which correctly raises your expectations for the extensive and wonderfully proportioned accommodation which is well laid out over two levels. It is described in Peter Pearson's book "Between the Mountains and the Sea" as "a wide five bay treble gabled exterior".

The property has been completely transformed and upgraded in recent years, very carefully ensuring the character of Tudor Lodge was not affected but significantly enhanced. Imaginative alterations to include a self-contained housekeepers quarters extensive and with an overall floor area of 597 sq. m, it provides superb generous well balanced accommodation.

BER D2 Rating
Saintbury House, Saintbury Avenue, Killiney, Co. Dublin

€2,950,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 410 sqm approx

Saintbury House is a very fine, deceptively spacious, split level Victorian villa nested on a site of 0.75 of an acre on the southerly slopes of Killiney Hill Road enjoying stunning sea views. Built in the early 1800's Saintbury House is referred to in "From the Mountains to the Sea" as one of eight houses built before the arrival of the railway extension to Killiney.

Saintbury House was once the home of Major Charles James O’Sullivan, an officer in the Connaught Rangers, from 1926 to 1972. Major O’Sullivan’s daughter Maureen O’Sullivan left Saintbury for the USA at the age of 18 to start her career in film and went on to play “Jane” in the original Tarzan series with the Olympic medal winner Johnny Weissmuller. Maureen’s daughter, Mia Farrow also starred in a number of movies, most notably Rosemary’s Baby and was married to Frank Sinatra and had a lengthy relationship with Woody Allen so Saintbury has a colourful past.

Extending to a very spacious but manageable 4,413 sq.ft., the property enjoys many features synonymous with a house of its era including high ceiling heights, bay windows, coving and centre roses, internal door pediments and magnificent fireplaces. Whilst enjoying these period features, Saintbury also benefits from having full planning permission to connect the existing house to the garage with a modern glass extension which in turn will bring the square footage to a vast 7,780sq.ft.

BER D2 Rating

Rosie's Properties Recently Sold    View All

Steeplewood, Killiney Avenue, Killiney, Co Dublin

€2,800,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 350 sqm approx

Steeplewood is a magnificent, detached family home of exceptional charm. To see its beautiful video tour please copy and paste the link below; or read on for more details on the history and design of Steeplewood. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDZK2mL5aXQ

The original house was built around the year 1900, and is in the Edwardian style and features elements of Tudor design and of the Arts and Crafts Movement. It was extended in about 1990, with great care being taken to match the style and features of the original house.

On entering the property one becomes immediately aware that Steeplewood is a real home of distinction with light filled rooms with high ceiling heights, ceiling coving, picture rails, feature fireplaces and large picture windows, this is a really delightful home.

BER exempt
2 The Paddocks, Ulverton Road, Dalkey, Co Dublin Sold

€1,495,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 205 sqm approx

Sherry FitzGerald are proud to present No 2 The Paddocks. Tucked away off Ulverton Road, in a hidden gem of a cul-de-sac, containing only 8 houses, and moments from the bustling heritage town of Dalkey, No 2 is without a doubt a superb family home with a top address for any astute purchaser seeking to obtain a foothold in this area.

The property underwent huge transformation in 2008 when it was renovated and extended under the watchful eye of award winning interior designer Gillian Sherrard of Sherrard Design Dublin and now comes to the market in turnkey condition. It extends to a spacious 204 sq. m of wonderful bright, light filled accommodation and it provides flexible use throughout.

The property briefly consists of a spacious entrance hall with cloakroom area, a large lounge with Limestone fireplace, leading to the dining room, which in turn links up the kitchen with fully fitted utility room. There are three bedrooms (one of which is en-suite) and a bathroom at this level. The accommodation is very flexible and one of the bedrooms could easily be used as a study/home office if required. Upstairs is the principal bedroom, which again is wonderfully airy and bright. It has a large fully fitted walk in wardrobe and a stunning wet room.

BER C1 Rating
Silverpines, Dalkey Avenue, Dalkey, Co Dublin Sold

€1,320,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 205 sqm approx

A wonderful opportunity waits to acquire, Silverpines, an aesthetically pleasing double fronted semi-detached family home set back off Dalkey Avenue behind electronic gates. Beyond the bright, charming exterior lies a generously proportioned home which is ideally positioned moments from Dalkey town with its excellent shopping facilities, schools, bus routes and the DART not to mention Killiney Hill with its wonderful walks.

Under the watchful eye of its owners, Silverpines has undergone extensive remodelling and upgrading and comes to the market in turn key condition. The standard of finish throughout is excellent with Carlson hardwood doors and windows, Kube fitted kitchen, hard wood floors and stunning bathroom facilities all of which complement the original 1930’s features such as picture rails, high ceiling heights, and attractive fireplaces.

As you enter this property you are automatically amazed by the sense of the space and light that prevail throughout, extending to approximately 205 sq. m. of tastefully appointed accommodation. Either side of the welcoming entrance hall with its parquet flooring and under stairs guest w.c., are the main reception areas, the formal drawing runs down the right handside and opens onto a veranda overlooking the rear garden. The family room and superb living/dining room are to the left. The living/dining area is a truly amazing space and in turn opens into the kitchen/breakfast area with both areas enjoying direct access to the rear garden. The spacious utility room with extensive storage space completes the accommodation at ground floor.

BER D1 Rating