Greg Coffey

Greg Coffey

Senior Sales Consultant

Sherry FitzGerald New Homes

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Penthouse Apartments, Adelphi Manor, Georges Street Upper, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin

€900,000 - Asking Price|2 Bedrooms, 85 sqm approx

Adelphi Manor is an exclusive apartment scheme ideally located in the heart of Dun Laoghaire. The development comprises just 19 one & two bedroom apartments. Elegant entrance foyer and landings with timber paneling, coffered ceilings, ambient lighting and luxurious carpet, to the solid timber doors and architraves all create modern luxury. The internal finishes of the apartments are superb and all come fully floored, tiled and with fitted kitchens, including Neff appliances. Nordan composite triple glazed windows have been installed and offer superb warmth and sound insulation. All two bedroom apartments have 2 ensuite bathrooms and the one bedroom apartments have a large main bathroom. Excellent storage space have been included for each apartment. Extra high ceilings add to the spaciousness of the apartments.

Dun Laoghaire is one of Dublin’s finest coastal towns with every amenity on offer. There are a wide range of shops and facilities on your door step including two shopping centres, specialty foodmarkets, shops, cafes, restaurants, bars, churches, St Michael’s Hospital, the twelve screen IMC cinema, the new library and cultural centre, the dlr Lexicon, and numerous clubs from sailing, tennis and golf to bowls and bridge. Adelphi Manor is only minutes’ walk to the Dart, Harbour and Town Centre.

With the seaside villages of Monkstown, Sandycove, Dalkey and Killiney in the vicinity, there is such an array of things to do such as swimming in the 40 Foot or at Seapoint, fishing off Bullock Harbour, sailing around the harbour, choose from many of the stunning costal walks or walk up Killiney or Dalkey Hill, browse around one of the many boutiques or taste the delights of the local delicatessens, cafes and superb restaurants.

1 Bedroom Apartments, Adelphi Manor, Georges Street Upper, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin

€310,000 - Asking Price|1 Bedroom, 55 sqm approx

Adelphi Manor is a superbly situated apartment development offering instant access to every convenience that Dun Laoghaire has to offer. The styles available include one and two bedroom apartments, many of which are orientated towards Dublin Bay.

Quality is evident throughout with an elegant entrance foye, landings with timber panelling and coffered ceilings, ambient lighting and luxurious carpet. Solid timber doors and architraves all create a modern luxurious environment. The internal finishes of the apartments are superb and all come fully floored, tiled and with fitted kitchens, including Neff appliances. Nordan composite triple glazed windows have been installed and offer superb warmth and sound insulation. All two bedroom apartments have 2 ensuite bathrooms and the one bedroom apartments have a large main bathroom. Excellent storage spaces have been included for each. Extra high ceilings add to the spaciousness of the apartments.

Dun Laoghaire is one of Dublin’s finest coastal towns with every amenity on offer. There are a wide range of shops and facilities on your door step including two shopping centres, specialty food markets, shops, cafes, restaurants, bars, churches, St Michael’s Hospital, the twelve screen IMC cinema, the new library and cultural centre, the dlr Lexicon, and numerous clubs.

4 Bed Semi Detached, Neptune Lodge, Temple Crescent, Blackrock, Co Dublin

€975,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 182 sqm approx

Neptune House is a secluded luxury development comprising of 13 newly built houses and four extra-large apartments in a sensitively refurbished 250 year old Georgian Villa.

This semi detached house offers a superb blend of contemporary design, bespoke fittings and space, spanning to 1959 sq.ft.

The original house was built in c.1767 as a private Georgian Residence and was once the home to The Earl of Clonmel, Chief Justice of the King’s Bench in 1784. In 1916 it was home to British reinforcement troops who landed in Dun Laoghaire for the purpose of defeating the Republican Army at the GPO and during the First World War it was set up as an auxiliary hospital. In 1930 it was opened as a charity for infants known as St Patricks Infants Hospital run by Mary Josephine Cruice.