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Cashelmara, 31 Shielmartin Road, Sutton, Dublin 13

€695,000 - Asking Price Sale Agreed 174 sqm approx

Features

  • Gas fired central heating
  • Alarm
  • Substantial five bedroom detached family home
  • Presented in excellent condition
  • Large and private rear garden (86ft in length approx.)
  • Ample off street parking
  • Gated side entrance
  • Mature tree lined road
  • Close proximity to all amenities
  • Superior coastal location
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Description

Sherry FitzGerald are privileged to present to the market this wonderful detached family home, situated in this much sought after and mature residential location in Sutton.

Cashelmara, 31 Shielmartin Road is a most impressive home. Space and light prevail throughout, with magnificent reception rooms, spacious bedrooms and a particularly large and private rear garden. Overall proportions are generous and elegant. In brief the accommodation at ground level comprises: enclosed porch that opens into a gracious hallway with a guest w.c. and staircase to first floor. Off the hallway are two very fine reception rooms and a very spacious open plan kitchen/breakfast room leading through to a conservatory. The accommodation upstairs comprises: large landing area with access to five spacious bedrooms (master with en-suite) and family bathroom.

The driveway provides ample room for off street parking. Hedge row and a good selection of mature planting and trees add further interest. Gated side entrance gives access to the rear of the property. The wonderful and private rear garden (measuring 86ft in length x 34ft wide approx.) offers tremendous seclusion and privacy.

Shielmartin Road is conveniently situated close to Sutton Cross village. There are excellent transport links including Sutton DART station and regular bus routes allowing easy access to all parts of the capital. This fine home is ideally located close to a host of local amenities, including a choice of excellent schools, numerous sporting and recreational clubs, shops and restaurants. Howth village with its selection of specialty shops, cafes, gourmet restaurants and bars is also within close proximity. Viewing is highly recommended.

Rooms

  • Porch (2.24m x 1.46m Enclosed porch with tiled floor.)
  • Entrance Hall (5.26m x 2.39m A leaded glass door with side panel opens into gracious hallway. Fitted carpet on hall stairs and landing. Dual storage cupboards and recessed lighting.)
  • Guest W.C. (2.11m x 1.17m Comprising wc and wash hand basin. Fully tiled walls and floor. Window and fitted cupboard.)
  • Living Room (8.05m x 3.84m Spacious room spanning the full depth of the house with dual windows. It features a Howth stone open fireplace fitted with gas fire. Fitted carpet and recessed lighting.)
  • Dining Room (5.34m x 2.63m Bright and spacious room located to the front of the property. Polished floorboards.)
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room (5.31m x 4.12m Spacious room located to the rear of the property. The kitchen area is fitted with wall and floor units with tiled splashback. Zanussi double oven and Belling four ring ceramic hob. Integrated extractor fan. Plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine. Ample space for breakfast table and chairs. Dual aspect windows. Door to conservatory.)
  • Conservatory (3.56m x 2.56m Located to the rear of the property. Wood floor and painted paneled walls. Glass door to rear garden.)
  • Landing (3.58m x 4.14m Bright and spacious area with access to shelved hotpress. Stira folding ladder to attic which is part floored with lighting.)
  • Bedroom One (3.83m x 3.91m Large double room located to the rear of the property. Fitted carpet and built-in wardrobes.)
  • Bedroom Two (3.60m x 4.16m Master bedroom located to the rear of the property. Built-in wardrobes and fitted carpet.)
  • En-Suite (1.62m x 2.33m Comprising shower cubicle with Triton shower, wc, wash hand basin and bidet. Tiled floor and part tiled walls. Window.)
  • Bedroom Three (5.46m x 2.78m Good sized double room located to the front of the property. Fitted carpet and built-in wardrobes.)
  • Bedroom Four (2.59m x 2.70m Single room located to the front of the property.)
  • Bedroom Five (3.82m x 3.40m Good sized double located to the front of the property. Built in wardrobes, ceiling coving and fitted carpet.)
  • Bathroom (3.11m x 1.60m Recently upgraded and comprising double shower unit with Triton T90 electric shower, wc, wash hand basin and heated towel rail. Fully tiled walls and floor. Recessed lighting and window.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER E2
  • Number: 105605927
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 343.68 kWh/m2/yr

About the Area

Sutton is an attractive residential suburb of Dublin's Northside, at the base of Howth Head. There is a small commercial core at the Sutton Cross. About 12km from the city centre, it is served by the main road from Dublin to Howth, the DART suburban rail system, on which it has its own station, and Dublin Bus route 31 and its variants. The original village of Sutton was situated on the city-facing (south-western) side of Howth Head, where there are today housing terraces and a small harbour, but the area is now centred on Sutton Cross, where there are two shopping areas, one anchored by Superquinn, and the Marine Hotel.

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