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Little Auburn, Dublin Road, Malahide, Co. Dublin

€4,250,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 346 sqm approx


  • Charming detached dormer residence
  • Picturesque Sylvan setting off Dublin Road
  • Walking distance Malahide village and all amenities
  • Unique holding circa 2.12 h/a (5.23 acres)
  • Expansive lawns and excellent paddock areas
  • Detached gymnasium and Spa
  • Large detached garage
  • Loose boxes x 6
  • Wonderful reception rooms
  • Magnificent Adams fireplace
  • 5 Bedrooms (3 en-suite)
  • Superb master bedroom
  • Enormous potential
BER F RatingView floorplans (3)


Little Auburn is a truly magnificent detached dormer residence of immense style and character set amid circa 2.12 h/a (5.23 acre) of expansive lawn and paddocks in a picturesque sylvan tree lined setting off Dublin Road, opposite Malahide demense and within walking distance of Malahide village centre and every conceivable amenity.

Approached by ornate security gates a long winding driveway leads to a charming architecturally designed residence perfectly positioned and perched on a rise to enjoy the magnificent lawned gardens and very private grounds. To the side there is a large double garage and to the rear there is a purpose built gymnasium with excellent spa facilities. Behind the residence there are six loose boxes together with an open lean to garage, separate fuel store and greenhouse.

Constructed in circa 1960's Little Auburn enjoys gracious well proportioned accommodation spread over two floors. Off the impressive hallway the formal drawing room and dining room enjoy magnificent views of the sweeping front lawns and there is also a large conservatory linking through to a stunning L-shaped kitchen and family room. Off the kitchen there is a large utility room and downstairs w/c. Also at ground floor level there are three fine bedrooms including an en-suite guest bedroom and family bathroom. Upstairs there is a superb garden view landing with office facility as well as two excellent en-suite bedrooms including master bedroom.

Internally the property enjoys a warm welcoming atmosphere and the entire has been extremely well maintained throughout. Among many special features include herringbone oak flooring, three en-suite bedrooms, attractive wooden ceilings, conservatory and magnificent marble fireplace (lounge). There is an oil fired central heating system throughout.

The grounds are an outstanding feature and are well laid in wonderful lawns behind a private tree lined setting. Mature shrubbery is in abundance and there is also a large sundrenched patio and bar-b-que area to the front. To the rear there are two paddock areas together with the six loose boxes, nearby orchard and greenhouse. This property will have obvious appeal to the equine enthusiast.

Zoning - the entire site is zoned Objective "RA" Residential under the Fingal Development Plan 2017-2023.

To appreciate this truly charming residence and all it has to offer, viewing is essential.

Please call David Blanc on (01) 8454500 or Rory Breen, Cushman & Wakefield (01) 6399300.


  • Entrance Porch (2.89m x 1.85m Tiled floor, attractive wooden ceiling, double doors)
  • Reception Hall (5.52m x 8.09m Feature herringbone oak floor, elegant staircase, cloaks closet, covings on ceiling)
  • Drawing Room (6.29m x 4.36m Wonderful room with bay window overlooking lawned front garden, magnificent Adams marble fireplace, feature herringbone oak floor, covings on ceiling, double doors)
  • Dining Room (4.94m x 4.36m Large bay window overlooking front garden, feature herringbone oak floor, covings on ceiling, doors to conservatory)
  • Conservatory (9.22m x 1.14 Excellent L-shaped conservatory with access to kitchen and side patio area, tiled floor, part stained glass panels)
  • Kitchen/Family Room (8.44m x 2.19m Superb Shaker style fitted kitchen with excellent press units, worktops, sink unit, centre island/breakfast counter, tiled floor, feature wooden ceiling, Velux roof light, large family/breakfast area with attractive brick fireplace (open fire), recessed spotlights on ceiling)
  • Utility Room (5.58m x 2.00m Sink unit, press units, red quarry tiled floor, pitched glass roof, central heating boiler)
  • Downstairs W/C (w/c, tiled floor)
  • Inner Hall
  • Bedroom 3 (rear) (4.90m x 3.96m Excellent guest bedroom with large bay window overlooking lawned garden)
  • Bedroom 4 (front) (4.69m x 3.53m)
  • Bedroom 5 (front) (4.19m x 3.20m)
  • En-suite (2.68m x 2.19m Bath (mixer taps), w/c, whb, bidet, part tiled)
  • Bathroom (3.02m x 1.91m Corner bath, separate shower, w/c, whb, part tiled)
  • Upstairs
  • Landing (4.37m x 3.66m Stunning garden views, Velux window, feature wooden ceiling, study area)
  • Storage (2.18m x 1.65m)
  • Master Bedroom (5.04m x 4.99m Magnificent master bedroom with built-in wardrobes, steps to bedroom area with attractive window overlooking front garden, part wooden ceiling, recessed spotlights on ceiling)
  • En-suite (2.69m x 2.42m Fine en-suite with shower, his and hers whb's, w/c, bidet, part tiled, wooden ceiling, Velux window, recessed spotlights)
  • Bedroom 2 (5.74m x 5.56m Attractive window overlooking front garden, storage area)
  • En-suite Bathroom (2.83m x 2.29m Bath, w/c, whb, half tiled, feature wooden ceiling, recessed spotlights)
  • Outside Buildings
  • Gymnasium (9.16m x 5.16m Superb gym with hardwood oak floor, pitched wooden ceiling, and part wooden panelling on walls, Velux windows, access to spa area)
  • Spa Room (4.50m x 4.29m Large jacuzzi, steam shower, part tiled floor, w/c, whb (fully tiled))
  • Garage (Large garage with double doors)
  • Loose Boxes x 6
  • Open Garage
  • Tool Shed

BER Information

  • Rating: BER F
  • Number: 109930966
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 434.16 kWh/m2/yr

About the Area

Malahide is a coastal suburban town, situated 16 kilometres north of Dublin City Centre; lying between Swords, Kinsealy and Portmarnock. Malahide grew from a population of 67 in 1921 to 15,846 by 2011, and is still growing. Most of the population lives outside the core village. The town has a higher percentage of professionals living in it than any other town in Ireland, according to figures released by the Central Statistics Office. In Malahide village there are extensive retail facilities and services including fashion boutiques, hair and beauty salons, florists, food outlets, and a small shopping centre.