Geralyn Byrne

Geralyn Byrne


Sherry FitzGerald Ranelagh

Geralyn is one of the most experienced property advisors in the entire Sherry FitzGerald Group and has an impressive career spanning over 30 years. Geralyn joined Sherry FitzGerald in 1987 and has been a director of the company since 1988. She opened the very first Sherry FitzGerald branch in Terenure in 1989. She is involved in the management of both Sherry FitzGerald’s Dublin 6 branches in Ranelagh and Terenure. She has invaluable first-hand experience of both strong and challenging property markets. Specialising in the Dublin 6 area and in off market sales in Dublin 6 and Dublin 4 through our Private Clients division. She has an enviable track record and is one of the most reputable and highly regarded agents in the property industry.

Geralyn's Properties For Sale    View All

High Cross, 40 Temple Road, Dartry, Dublin 6, D06 NC59

€6,400,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 557 sqm approx

High Cross is a classical detached Victorian double fronted two storey over garden home of enormous charm, great character and architectural merit, with the feel of a country house in town. Superbly positioned on what is recognised as one of Dublin’s most prestigious roads this is without doubt one of the finest homes on the road. It extends to approx 6000 sq.ft. / 557 sq.m and stands on exceptional south facing walled landscaped gardens of 0.80 acre approx ,which are truly an oasis of peace.

It is a warm, welcoming and stylish family home, great for entertaining and has hosted many a party and special family events. Fine original period detail characteristic of the Victorian era including exceptional mantelpieces, high ceilings, and large sash windows grace the interior. The principle reception rooms are perfect for entertaining yet extremely comfortable and cosy for every day family living and enjoy superb natural light which floods through large sash windows.

Family living rooms, a superb games room and gym provide great family space. At garden level a bespoke kitchen breakfast room and stunning conservatory are at the heart of the home opening out to the wonderful gardens. Generous bedrooms and bathrooms complete the picture.

BER exempt
2 Palmerston Villas, Rathmines, Dublin 6

€2,750,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 394 sqm approx

A gracious elegant Victorian period home of enormous style and character, superbly positioned on this quiet cul-de-sac overlooking Brookfield Tennis Club, parallel to Palmerston Park and just off the Upper Rathmines Road within walking distance of Milltown and Cowper Luas. The home is presented in excellent decorative order and has been renovated, restored, and extended to exceptional standards. Extending to 4,241 sq.ft./ 394 sq.m., attention to detail and respect for the original pure Victorian home combine with fine taste and craftsmanship to create a home where the elegance of the original harmonises and blends seamlessly with the new.

All the elements of elegant, comfortable and practical family living await you at No. 2, superb reception, family, living and bedroom areas are arranged over 3 floors, with a tasteful conservatory extension designed with great sensitivity to the original Victorian home, providing extensive living space linking the home and gardens.

A flight of gracious granite steps lead to a stunningly elegant hall floor where classic style, generous proportions and fine ornate period details combine to create reception rooms of extraordinary style and elegance. The double drawing rooms interconnect and enjoy superb natural light. Also at this level, an atmospheric study with period bookcases is a real sanctuary. The family living area and kitchen/ breakfastroom are at garden level, taking maximum advantage of sunlight, orientation and garden. The presentation, flexibility and extent of space, with a perfect balance of bedroom, bathroom and living space make this a special family home. Lived in since 2004 by the current owners, it has been a happy home and hosted many a party and family event. No 2 awaits the arrival of the next owners. The gardens both front and rear, have been redesigned with enormous flair, combining informal planting, mature trees and shrubs, flower borders and hedging. The rear garden provides valuable off street parking.

BER E2 Rating
Northcote, 17 Temple Gardens, Rathmines, Dublin 6

€4,500,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 340 sqm approx

‘Northcote’, 17 Temple Gardens is without doubt one of the finest family homes to come on the market in Dublin 6 this year. Number 17 has been occupied in turn by six generations of the same family. The street on which the house stands was built largely in the first decade of the 20th century, and it was during this period that David Telford and his wife Edith moved in. Telford was a self-made man from humble rural roots in County Antrim. He had come to Dublin with little other than the clothes he stood up in but by now, in his 50s, had risen to become a Partner in accountants Craig Gardner and Chairman of the Theatre Royal and the Gaiety. According to family lore, they rented the house whilst awaiting the completion of their own, but they liked it so much that they eventually purchased it in 1918 – exactly one hundred years ago this year.

‘Northcote’ has immense charm and character, enjoying an enviable position on the south side of this stunning tree lined road, one of the most sought after and prestigious roads in Dublin. The entire home has been lovingly maintained and enjoys all the elements of elegant and comfortable family living with all the reception rooms on one level. The interior is superb, rich in period detail with high ceilings, wonderful period fireplaces and joinery synonymous with the Edwardian era all enhancing rooms of elegant proportions. Superb natural light flows through large original sash windows. The accommodation is laid out over two floors with a two storey return and comprises a large welcoming hallway, 3 elegant reception rooms with original Edwardian mantelpieces, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, pantry and six bedrooms upstairs.

BER exempt

Geralyn's Properties Recently Sold    View All

Ceylon, 2 Cowper Gardens, Ranelagh, Dublin 6 Sale Agreed

€1,950,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 246 sqm approx

A truly special detached 3 storey red brick Edwardian Pickering built family home built c. 1907, of great charm and character extending to 2648sq. ft./246 sq.m. approx. enjoying an enviable position on this much sought after residential road tucked away off Park Drive, right beside the Luas stop at Cowper. Homes rarely change hands on Cowper Gardens and Ceylon is only the third house to be publicly for sale since 1993, a real testimony to the road.

Lived in and lovingly maintained by the same family since 1956, this is a terrific welcoming home, great for entertaining and has hosted many a party and special family event! A really delightful spacious and versatile interior is laid out over 3 floors, offering a perfect balance of reception rooms and generous bedroom accommodation.

Elegant rooms are rich in period detail with high ceilings, fine period fireplaces, attractive cornicing, panelled doors and large sash windows to name a few. The drawing room, dining room and study are all located at garden level, with a warm and inviting kitchen with a trusted old Aga at the heart of the house. Upstairs, the 6 bedrooms and dressing room are laid out over 2 floors with 2 magical original attic bedrooms, one spanning the full width of the house with two large windows. A family bathroom, shower room and utility room complete the picture.

BER E1 Rating
26 Mountpleasant Square, Ranelagh, Dublin 6 Sale Agreed

€1,200,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 200 sqm approx

A most elegant Georgian period home of immense charm and character, located on Mount Pleasant Square, which is justifiably regarded as one of the most beautiful Georgian squares in Dublin.

This stylish home is characterised by ornate period detail synonymous with the era infused with a fusion of contemporary design creating a truly superb family home. The main reception rooms at hall level enjoys a dual aspect with views over the square and to the beautifully landscaped rear garden, which is a real feature in itself. As the property has both easterly and westerly aspects, sun shines on the garden from noon each day, and also floods the interiors with light. A short flight of granite steps lead to the main entrance hall which connects to the most elegant reception rooms, rich in period detail. The large kitchen / living / dining room located at garden level leads to sunny south west facing private landscaped walled rear garden, literally an extra room outside. Upstairs the property has three bedrooms – two fine doubles and a single. The master has great views to the dome of Rathmines Church. The bedroom accommodation is further enhanced by an attic room currently in use as the 4th bedroom with shower room off.

Steeped in history, the square’s development commenced in the early part of the 19th century and was completed by 1830. Its tree lined central green, once for the exclusive use of the square’s resident, now hosts Mountpleasant Lawn Tennis Club. The house benefits from a great sense of seclusion and privacy being tucked away off Ranelagh Road and gains further from the shelter and screening of the mature trees that border the square. The location is superbly convenient right in the heart of Ranelagh with all the wonderful amenities to hand both educational and recreational. The Luas is within a five minutes’ walk and it is a gentle stroll to St Stephen’s Green and the wonderful walkways of the Grand Canal.

BER exempt
Belmont House, 70 Belmont Avenue, Donnybrook, Dublin 4 Sale Agreed

€2,400,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 345 sqm approx

A country house in the heart of Donnybrook. Belmont House dates from 1760 or possibly earlier and is without doubt one of the finest homes to come on the market this year in Dublin.

An utterly unique family home, this wonderful Georgian residence of enormous charm and character enjoys an enviable position on Belmont Ave standing on c.0.24 acre of totally private gardens. Lived in by the same family since 1970, the home has been beautifully maintained by its current owners.

Belmont House has reception rooms of incredible charm and elegant proportion with wonderful natural light, high ceilings, period fireplaces, original doors and tall sash windows all balanced by equally well-proportioned bedrooms, 2 of which are ensuite.

BER exempt