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Cannon Rock, Upper Cliff Road, Howth, Co Dublin

€1,650,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 246 sqm approx

Features

  • Oil fired central heating
  • Alarm
  • Intercom
  • Telephone points
  • Television points
  • Cable
BER D1 RatingView floorplans (2)

Description

Cannon Rock is a very fine detached family home set back off Upper Cliff Road behind stone walls and timber gates, enjoying the utmost in privacy, seclusion and unique coastal sea views. The surrounding area is zoned High Amenity, preventing any further development.

This tranquil home is situated on East Mountain adjacent to Upper and Lower Cliff Walks, one of the most sought after and highly regarded roads in the heart of Howth and within walking distance of Howth village.

Internally the atmosphere is welcoming and the interior is delightful, laid out over one level all the rooms have elegant proportions and are perfect for entertaining yet cosy for family life. The house has been designed so that all the main reception rooms capture the views of the garden and panoramic views over Ireland’s Eye, Lambay Island and the North Dublin Coast. The accommodation briefly comprises of an entrance hall with cloak room and guest wc, living room with mezzanine level, formal dining room, family room, kitchen, breakfast room, utility room, entrance porch, 4 double bedrooms (two en-suites), family bathroom and study/bedroom five.

The secluded gardens wrap around Cannon Rock encasing it in greenery and affording the house beautiful vistas over the ever changing seasonal gardens. To the front, there is parking for several cars and also a large detached double garage. Generous dual side access brings you to the rear garden which has been wonderfully landscaped and captures the serene setting of this lovely home. A generous lawn area is bordered with well stocked flower beds to include mature shrubs, trees and flowers including a wide variety of annuals and perennials. This attractive garden provides privacy, seclusion and colour throughout the year and would be ideal for the garden lover or indeed the growing family. In addition to this the beautiful site is surrounded by rolling fields and boasts truly unique sunset views.

Howth is a wonderful location, which offers amenities in abundance. There are numerous sports clubs (sailing, golf, football) and some fantastic coastal and hill walks. The village of Howth is renowned for its variety of specialist shops, schools, churches, library and a host of gastronomic pubs, fashionable restaurants and entertainment. There are excellent transport links to all parts of the capital, with a frequent bus on Thormanby Road (31) and DART station at Howth harbour.

Rooms

  • Entrance Hall (Double doors with leaded glass inset open into a spacious and grand entrance hall. Ceiling coving and dado rail. Large Velux window. Beige fitted carpet.)
  • Guest W.C. (Comprising wc and wash hand basin. Porcelian tiled floor. Window.)
  • Cloak Room (Spacious area with good storage.)
  • Hot Press (Shelved.)
  • Family Room (Located to the rear of the property with stunning sea views. Limestone open fireplace with marble hearth. Ceiling coving and picture rail. Beige fitted carpet. Double glass doors to Conservatory.)
  • Conservatory (Vaulted glass ceiling. Tiled floor with door to patio area. Double door to entrance hall.)
  • Living Room (Generously proportioned triple aspect living room with stunning uninterrupted sea views. Vaulted ceiling with three Velux windows. Cast-iron open fireplace with wooden surround and slate hearth. French doors to patio area. Stairs to mezzanine level.)
  • Mezzanine Level (Dual window with breathtaking views. Wood panel ceiling. Fitted beige carpet.)
  • Dining Room (Formal dining room with folding glass doors to entrance hall. Cast-iron open fireplace with tiled inset. Door to kitchen.)
  • Kitchen (Fitted painted wall and floor units with tiled splash backs. Belling freestanding electric cooker with integrated extractor fan. Plumbed for washing machine. Wood floor and recessed lighting. Open plan access to Breakfast Room.)
  • Breakfast Room (Bright room with uninterrupted sea views. Large picture window. Glass door to entrance porch.)
  • Entrance Porch (Tiled floor with dual windows and glass door to front of the property.)
  • Utility Room (2.23m x 1.66m Located off the kitchen with large Velux window. Fitted wall and floor units. Plumbed for washing machine with space for dryer and freezer. Tiled floor.)
  • Master Bedroom (Positioned to the rear of the property with spectacular uninterrupted sea views. Ceiling coving, picture rail, fitted wardrobes. Fitted carpet)
  • En-Suite (Comprising, shower cubicle, wc and wash hand basin. Tiled floor.)
  • Bedroom Two (Double bedroom to the front of the property. Ceiling coving and picture rail. Wood floor. Built-in wardrobes.)
  • Bedroom Three: (Double room positioned to the front of the property. Built-in wardrobes. Ceiling coving and picture rail.)
  • En-Suite (Comprising shower cubicle, bath, wc and wash hand basin. Tiled floor.)
  • Bedroom Four (Double room located to the rear with stunning sea views. Ceiling coving and picture rail. Built-in wardrobes and fitted carpet.)
  • Bathroom (Comprising bath, wc and wash hand basin. Tiled floor.)
  • Study/Bedroom Five (Spacious room located to the front of the property. Ceiling coving and picture rail. Fitted carpet.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER D1
  • Number: 102180098
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 231.85 kWh/m2/yr

About the Area

Howth is a picturesque village and outer suburb of Dublin. Originally just a small fishing village, Howth is now a busy suburb of Dublin, with a mix of dense residential development and wild hillside. Howth is also home to one of the oldest occupied buildings in Ireland; Howth Castle. The village itself is located 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) from Dublin city centre. Howth has an hotel which has a spa and access to four golf courses. The area is active commercially, and forms part of the area of the local Howth Sutton Baldoyle Chamber of Commerce. Howth is a popular area for birdwatching and sailing, and is also popular with anglers, cyclists, joggers and hillwalkers alike, particularly on weekends.

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