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St Anne's, 66 Coliemore Road, Dalkey, Co Dublin

€2,700,000 - Asking Price Sold 213 sqm approx


  • • Many original features including high ceiling heights, fireplaces and stain glass windows
  • • Off street car parking to the front and direct access to rear garden
  • • Highly desirable residential location
  • • Panoramic sea views over Dalkey Island
  • • South facing orientation
  • • Within walking distance of Dalkey Town
  • • Exceptionally appointed accommodation
BER E2 RatingView floorplans (3)


St Anne’s is a charming beautifully appointed double fronted Victorian family residence ideally located on an elevated site on Coliemore Road, enjoying superb sea views over the Muglins to Dalkey Island and is further enhanced by a sunny southerly aspect.

Offering tastefully presented and wonderfully bright accommodation, St Anne’s retains many original Victorian features including high ceiling heights, ceiling coving and cornicing, sash windows and feature fireplaces and attractive stain glass windows. With a floor area of 2,300 sq. ft., St Anne’s is not overly large but offers tremendous potential to extend to the rear subject to planning permission and the spacious coach house to the rear with reception room, overhead mezzanine and ensuite bedroom provides flexible alternative accommodation.

The accommodation briefly comprises at hall level of welcoming entrance hall with guest w.c, an attractive drawing room with bay window, family/dining room that opens into a bespoke kitchen and study.

On the first floor and returns there are four double bedrooms, large family bathroom and shower room. A walk in airing cupboard completes the accommodation.

To the front of the property is generous car parking for up to four cars and there is direct access to the south facing rear garden. The garden is exceptionally private and landscaped to provide a low maintenance setting. There is a 41 sq. m coach house and storage cupboard.

Exceptionally well located close to Dalkey Town with its myriad of amenities including speciality shops, coffee shops, bars and restaurants. Approximately 9 miles south of Dublin City via the Dublin Area Rapid Transit (DART) while the Air Coach provides frequent access to and from Dublin Airport.


  • Entrance Hall (9.33m x 1.80m wide welcoming entrance with original timber floors, stunning stained glass window/doors in return)
  • Guest WC (1.89m x 1.07m with wash hand basin and w.c.)
  • Cloakroom
  • Drawing Room (4.57m x 4.35m nicely appointed with ceiling coving and centre rose, box bay window with window seat. Adams fireplace with open fire, timber floor)
  • Study (4.02m x 3.17m with cast iron fireplace, timber floors and French doors to rear garden)
  • Dining / Family Room (5.64m x 4.33m with ceiling coving and centre rose, marble fireplace with open fire, bay window with window seat, French doors with stained glass window)
  • Kitchen (4.59m x 2.96m cream fitted country style kitchen with timber counter tops, Rangemaster oven and 6 ring gas hob, sink unit, French doors to rear garden)
  • Return (6.06m x 5.00m)
  • Main Shower Room (3.13m x 2.76m partially tiled with large step in shower unit, wc, wash hand basin, fitted with mirror, sea glimpses to Howth Head)
  • Family Bathroom (4.31m x 3.31m exceptionally spacious with feature stained glass window, grey cast iron fireplace, cast iron bath with claw feet, pedestal wash hand basin, wc, partially wooden panelled walls.)
  • Bedroom 1 (4.84m x 4.16m large double room with exposed timber floors, sea views)
  • Bedroom 2 (4.61m x 3.13m again with exposed timber floors, fitted wardrobes and sea views)
  • Bedroom 3 (4.57m x 2.93m double aspect room with sea views and exposed timber floors)
  • Airing Cupboard (walk in with shelving)
  • Bedroom 4 (4.16mx 3.18m pretty room with painted timber floors and sea views and skylight, vaulted timber ceiling)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER E2
  • Number: 108578725
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 369.05 kWH/m2/yr

About the Area

Dalkey is a charming suburb and seaside resort, famous for its award winning Pubs and Restaurants. Dalkey's main street, Castle Street, has a 10th Century church and two 14th Century Norman castles, one of which houses The Heritage Centre. Dalkey Hill offers spectacular views over Dublin City, Dublin Bay and the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains. Boats are available to hire at Bulloch Harbour, and The Quarry is a very popular rock climbing and abseiling venue. The neighbouring Killiney Hill is also a popular leisure facility for those in the locality.

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