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15 Abington, Malahide, Co. Dublin

€1,390,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 250 sqm approx

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15 Abington, Malahide, Co. Dublin

€1,390,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 250 sqm approx

A most elegant detached double fronted residence situated in the prestigious Abington development, convenient to Malahide Village centre and every conceivable amenity including Malahide Castle and the train/Dart station. Dublin Airport is also within easy reach.

Oozing style and character, this fine residence enjoys gracious, well-proportioned accommodation and the entire has been tastefully decorated and meticulously maintained throughout.

Among many special features include a magnificent drawing room with windows overlooking the front and side garden. There are double doors leading to the family room off which there is a wonderful sun room. Each of these rooms enjoy views of the mature gardens. There is also a stunning country style fitted kitchen with quality appliances.

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26 Knocknacree Park, Dalkey, Co Dublin

€1,575,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 159 sqm approx

26 Knocknacree Park is an impressive detached family home on this elevated site with stunning sea views across Dublin Bay to Howth. Discreetly tucked away in this private cul de sac off Cunningham road a short stroll to Dalkey Town and Dart, No. 26 is sure to appeal to those families looking for a large family home in a private, exclusive and particularly quiet setting.

Extending to approximately 1,700sq.ft the property offers a wonderful balance of bright and airy accommodation throughout. The property is accessed at ground level with a stairway leading to the main living accommodation. Also on this floor is a large utility room with access to an integral garage. On the first floor there are three generous double bedrooms and a single room. An open plan kitchen/breakfast room leads into the living/ dining room. The open plan living/dining/kitchen is the real draw of this fine home, with floor to ceiling windows beautifully framing the uninterrupted sea views across to Howth. Why not enjoy the best of both worlds with stunning natural views during the day and then the twinkling of lights at night-time that stretch across the Bay. The gardens are laid in lawn with mature hedging offering excellent privacy. To the rear there is a private south west garden with a paved patio area which is perfect to relax and dine ‘al fresco’.

Furthermore, this property enjoys the idyllic location - within striking distance of Dalkey Town with its bustling restaurants and famous hostelries, the DART and its proximity to the picturesque walks of Coliemore Road, Dalkey and Killiney Hills. Spacious throughout and designed for comfortable modern living, properties of this calibre come to the market so rarely that viewing is not to be missed.

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Thornton Park House, & Equestrian Centre, Kilsallaghan, Swords, County Dublin

€1,950,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 236 sqm approx

A wonderful family home with superb character, with a modern equestrian centre offering top class facilities in a mature setting on some 21.87 acres / 8.85 hectares of excellent pasture, lands and located approx. 25 minutes from Dublin City Centre.

Built in 1997, Thornton Park House is located in a beautiful private setting with some magnificent features throughout, extending to the surroundings. The property has a charming traditional atmosphere and with many examples of bespoke aspects of design that stand out.

An inviting space, the entrance hall is fully carpeted with a unique feature staircase made from reclaimed oak from church pews. Double doors lead to the bright drawing room with solid wooden flooring and feature marble fireplace. The bay window is a wonderful vantage point to the front gardens. The sitting room is to the other side of the entrance hall and again has a very unique style to it. This south facing room emits plentiful light and is complimented with the lovely rich colour wallpaper, and completed with a feature fireplace with cast iron inset. The kitchen, to the rear of the house, is at the heart of the residence with its homely atmosphere embracing traditional elements such as Stanley Range, polished slate flooring and wood burning stove in the family area. The family area is finished with solid wooden flooring. The island unit, with its black granite worktop, makes an excellent space for preparing food, with a breakfast area. The large south facing window lets ample light in throughout the day. The conservatory, off the family area, is a wonderful space, perfect for relaxing in. There is a single patio door leading to the back garden, ideal for evening barbequing. Off the kitchen there is an excellent utility area for use as a boot room, with w.c and polished slate flooring. The guest bedroom is located on this floor, with wooden flooring and a range of built in wardrobes.

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