Rosie Mulvany

St Anne's, 66 Coliemore Road, Dalkey, Co Dublin Sold

€2,700,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 213 sqm approx

St Anne’s is a charming beautifully appointed double fronted Victorian family residence ideally located on an elevated site on Coliemore Road, enjoying superb sea views over the Muglins to Dalkey Island and is further enhanced by a sunny southerly aspect.

Offering tastefully presented and wonderfully bright accommodation, St Anne’s retains many original Victorian features including high ceiling heights, ceiling coving and cornicing, sash windows and feature fireplaces and attractive stain glass windows. With a floor area of 2,300 sq. ft., St Anne’s is not overly large but offers tremendous potential to extend to the rear subject to planning permission and the spacious coach house to the rear with reception room, overhead mezzanine and ensuite bedroom provides flexible alternative accommodation.

The accommodation briefly comprises at hall level of welcoming entrance hall with guest w.c, an attractive drawing room with bay window, family/dining room that opens into a bespoke kitchen and study.

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3 Dundela Park, Sandycove, Co Dublin Sold

€845,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 170 sqm approx

No. 3 Dundela Park is a well-appointed and exceptionally bright double fronted semi-detached family home, which sits on a peaceful and secluded site in one of Dublin’s most sought-after residential areas.

Built in the 1940’s the property retains numerous features synonymous with this era including the fireplaces, bay windows, picture rails and ceiling coving. The property does require complete modernisation to become a wonderful family home. The property represents the ultimate in family living and combines the best of house and garden.

The accommodation is laid out over two levels and comprises of a study, a guest w.c, a dining room, a drawing room, a kitchen and a pantry at ground level with 5 bedrooms upstairs, of which three are doubles, a separate w.c. and a shower room.

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Cliff House, 101 Coliemore Road, Dalkey, Co Dublin, A96 AO36 Sold

€2,500,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 345 sqm approx

Cliff House, named after the rock on which it was built, is a wonderfully charming residence which sits proudly on the junction of Coliemore Road & Rockfort Avenue on an enviable elevated site with sea views of approx. 0.42 acre enjoying a unique and convenient setting on the edge of Dalkey, so close to the many amenities this charming town has to offer.

Cliff House has been the home of the late Michael & Grainne Yeats and his family, Michael was the son of the poet William Butler Yeats and nephew of artist Jack Yeats, Grainne was the well-known singer and harper. The house is sadly for sale now, as the family are all based overseas, and it is time to breathe new life into this wonderfully historic home. Whilst in need of modernisation Cliff House offers tremendous scope to the discerning purchaser to puts one’s own stamp on what is truly a wonderful home (subject to the necessary planning of course).

Deceptively unassuming to the front, Cliff House looks like a modest Victorian Villa however, it extends to a whopping 345 sq. m or 3,714 sq. ft.

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Coolmanagh, 81 Coliemore Road, Dalkey, Co Dublin Sold

€2,250,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 216 sqm approx

Coolmanagh is a stunning detached Victorian residence of immense charm and character. The period property occupies an enviable coastal position on Coliemore Road, arguably one of Dalkey’s most sought after addresses. With sea views and situated a mere two minutes stroll to Coliemore harbour and a five minutes walk from the picturesque Heritage Village of Dalkey, it’s hard to imagine a more desirable location.

Set back behind granite walls, Coolmanagh boasts tasteful, beautifully appointed accommodation with an approx. floor area of 2,325sq.ft.

At ground floor the accommodation briefly comprises of welcoming entrance hallway, drawing room and dining room both with feature marble fireplaces, a bespoke hand painted fitted kitchen with breakfast area/sun room, a spacious laundry room, guest wc and an en-suite bedroom which is currently used as a family room.

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Noel Lodge, Church Road, Killiney, Co. Dublin, A96 EA27 Sold

€1,175,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 221 sqm approx

Noel Lodge is a delightful bright and spacious three bedroom detached bungalow of c.221sq.m./2,379q.ft. standing on grounds of approx. 0.96 acre in this highly convenient location close to shops, schools and public transport. Having been in the same family for approximately 40 years this property has been a wonderful family home.

Laid out over one level this house is well proportioned throughout and briefly comprises of an entrance hall, large sitting/dining room, kitchen, breakfast room/ family room, cloak room, shower room, two spacious double bedrooms, family shower room. An exceptionally well appointed principal bedroom incorporating a spacious walk in wardrobe and a generously proportioned en-suite bathroom completes the accommodation.

The property is private, set behind a granite wall and gates it enjoys a wonderful east/ west orientation and offers great scope to any discerning purchaser to extend the house further or to develop another property on the site (subject to planning permission).

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Hamara, Castlepark Road, Dalkey, Co Dublin, A96 TX38 Sold

€1,350,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 180 sqm approx

Hamara is a very fine red brick detached family home ideally located on the corner of Castlepark Road and Breffni Road on well-tended gardens of 0.31 acre. Accessed through cast iron entrance gates there is generous car parking in the forecourt.

The home has been lovingly maintained by the current owners over the last 41 years and now comes to the market bursting with potential to extend both outwards into the garage and upwards over the garden or alternatively into the superb attic space (subject to planning permission).

At entrance level the accommodation comprises of entrance porch, entrance hall, drawing room, living room, study, kitchen/b’fast room. A real feature of the downstairs receptions are the stunning parquet floors, now very much back en vogue.

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Killiney House, Killiney Hill Road, Killiney, Co Dublin Sold

€3,950,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 418 sqm approx

Killiney House, built mid 1800's, is a gracious and charming period residence with a floor area of 418 sq. m. (4,499 sq.ft.) on c. 0.74 ha (1.82 acres), plus an enclosed coach yard with approx. 185 sq.m. (2,000 sq.ft.) This elegant family home enjoys breath taking sea views over Killiney Bay from Bray Head encompassing the north Wicklow Mountains.

Killiney House is accessed via distinctive electric wrought iron gates into a large gravelled forecourt and bounded by spectacular gardens and lawns. Killiney House has undergone extensive refurbishment and comes to the market in turn key condition.

On ground floor, the light filled accommodation comprises of two formal reception rooms with bay windows taking full advantage of the stunning sea views, newly fitted “Blackrock” kitchen with granite counter top which opens up to bright informal dining room which overlooks the enclosed courtyard making it ideal for entertaining. There is a comfortable and cosy sitting room an office and guest w.c. On the first floor there are four double bedrooms, two of which are ensuite and family bathroom. Three of the bedrooms have spectacular sea views with the fourth having views over the vast gardens and lawns to the side of the house.

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Neptune Lodge, Sandycove Harbour, Sandycove, Co. Dublin, A96 X658 Sold

€1,350,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 270 sqm approx

Sherry FitzGerald are proud to present Neptune Lodge, a superb landmark property ideally situated at the Forty Foot in the heart of Sandycove. Its’ unique waterside position ensures the utmost in coastal and sea views.

For those of you looking for a waterside property, they don’t get much more special than this. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the superb setting.

As you enter Neptune Lodge you realize that you have happened upon something very special indeed and one is instantly drawn towards the large picture windows. It is difficult to say which views are more appealing, a calm clear day or a rugged winter storm, either are equally spectacular.

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