Simon Ensor

Simon Ensor

Chairman, Auctions Director

Sherry FitzGerald Residential

As Chairman-Auctions Director with over 25 years industry experience, Simon is a true specialist, bringing an enviable and comprehensive skill set to Sherry FitzGerald. He has been instrumental in a string of high profile sales, as well as many off-market deals via our Private Clients service.

Simon is committed to continually setting new benchmarks and has built a reputation as one of the most successful and experienced agents in Dublin. A straightforward communicator with highly developed negotiation skills, Simon is synonymous with the provision of objective and personalised solutions.

What you say about Simon

“I found Simon Ensor an unfailing source of support and advice, which was the most important thing for me in the end.”

“My first ever contact with Sherry FitzGerald was selling my parents home with Simon. This positive experience had led me to have a preference for dealing with Sherry FitzGerald.”

“Sherry FitzGerald give a fair Market Value of the property, not an inflated one. They are committed to selling the property and their staff are excellent.”

“Sherry FitzGerald provide a very professional service with knowledgeable staff and very friendly service.”

Simon's Properties For Sale    View All

Cooldrinagh, Kerrymount Avenue, Foxrock, Dublin 18, D18 E135

€3,500,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 381 sqm approx

Sherry FitzGerald present Cooldrinagh, a stunning detached residence of exceptional quality of set on circa 1 acre of beautifully landscaped gardens.

Cooldrinagh was designed F.G. Hicks in 1903 and built by Samuel Beckett’s father William in 1903. It is a wonderful example of the Arts & Crafts style. The property is steeped in history, being the birthplace and former family home of Samuel Beckett, who spent his childhood there. The property has been refurbished in recent years under the supervision of renowned London based heritage architect Philip Dinkel.

Internally no expense has been spared in creating a luxuriously appointed yet comfortable home where the old combines effortless with modern convenience. The well-balanced accommodation is both spacious and light filled with the main reception rooms and bedrooms overlooking the glorious sun drenched gardens which are very private.

BER exempt
Straide House, 2 Ailesbury Drive, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, D04 X0Y7

€2,950,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 434 sqm approx

This is an exciting opportunity to acquire a truly exceptional and imposing, 1930’s, double fronted, detached residence providing 4,675sq.ft./435sq.m. (approx.) of wonderfully elegant accommodation.

Straide House, ideally situated on Ailesbury Drive which links Ailesbury Road with Anglesea Road, benefits from one of Dublin’s most popular and sought after residential locations in the heart of Dublin 4’s Embassy belt.

One of the property’s outstanding features is the magnificent double height atrium style hallway with its feature gallery landing at first floor level. Off the very impressive hall at ground floor level is the elegant light filled drawing room with pillared arch leading to the dining area. Both these rooms overlook the sun drenched south/west facing back garden.

BER E2 Rating
17/18, 18 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2

€1,495,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 163 sqm approx

Rarely do such spacious and bright apartments come to the market in this exceptionally convenient location in the heart of Dublin 2.

Accessed through an elegant Georgian building at 18 Lower Baggot Street, the apartment is located in an impressive purpose-built development to the rear which also has pedestrian and vehicular access off Fitzwilliam Lane.

The property originally comprised 2 spacious apartments which have been very imaginatively merged to create one wonderfully spacious 1,750sq.ft./162sq.m. (approx.) of superbly appointed accommodation with 2 good sized south/west facing balconies off the large open plan living/dining room.

BER B2 Rating