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20A Binn Eadair View, Sutton, Dublin 13

€475,000 - Asking Price Sale Agreed 108 sqm approx


  • Overlooking a mature green area
  • Extended three bedroom family home
  • Presented in excellent condition
  • Global windows still under warranty
  • Large attic conversion (measuring 20 Sq. M. / 216 Sq. Ft. approx.)
  • Off-street parking for two cars
  • Five minute walk to Sutton DART station
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Binn Eadair View is a sought after and leafy development located just off Dublin Road close to Sutton Cross. No. 20A is an extended three bedroom semi-detached property which will be of strong interest to buyers looking for a quality home in walk-in condition.

Internally this family home is bright, stylish and has been well designed to suit a modern growing family. The accommodation comprises: enclosed porch, entrance hall, guest wc, living room and open plan kitchen/dining room. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a family bathroom. The attic has been converted to provide extra living space.

The property has a mature and private rear garden with gated side access. It is mainly in lawn with mature planting and a paved area provides a great space for entertaining. There is ample off-street parking to the front of the property which overlooks a mature green area.

Situated close to Sutton Cross with its choice of shops, supermarket, restaurants and hotel. The abundance of amenities in the locality is second to none with a wide range of leisure facilities and sporting clubs. There are several primary and secondary schools in close proximity including the Burrow National School, St Fintan’s national and high Schools, Sutton Park and Santa Sabina. There are a number of public transport links with an excellent bus service and Sutton Dart Station providing ease of access to the City Centre and beyond. The property is a ten minute drive to the M50 and M1 and fifteen minute drive to Dublin Airport. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this wonderful home in a highly regarded coastal location.


  • Porch (1.75m x 0.98m Enclosed porch with tiled floor.)
  • Entrance Hall (1.71m x 3.99m A Teak door with side panel open into a spacious hallway. Polished floorboards and fitted carpet on stairs and landing. Understairs storage.)
  • Living Room (2.98m x 3.99m Bright and well proportioned room located to the front of the property. Feature bay window. Cast-iron open fireplace with decorative tiled inset, marble hearth fitted with gas fire. Coving and ceiling rose. Polished floorboards. Double glass doors to kitchen/dining room.)
  • Kitchen/Dining Room (4.83m x 3.95m Bright and spacious open plan room to the rear of the property. The kitchen area is fitted with Oak wall and floor units with tiled splashbacks. Electric oven and hob with extractor fan. Plumbing for washing machine and space for dishwasher. The dining area can accommodate a large table and chairs for family dining and entertaining. Ceiling coving. French doors to rear garden.)
  • Landing (3.59m x 2.10m Access to shelved hotpress. Stairs to converted attic.)
  • Bedroom One (3.08m x 4.96m Master bedroom located to the rear of the property. Fitted wardrobes and polished floorboards)
  • Bedroom Two (2.66m x 3.85m Good sized double room to the front with feature bay window. Fitted wardrobes and polished floorboards.)
  • Bedroom Three (2.01m x 2.70m Spacious single room to the front with polished floorboards.)
  • Bathroom (1.67m x 3.04m Comprising cast-iron bath with Heritage timeless gold mixer taps and overhead pumped shower. Heritage wc and wash hand basin with timeless gold taps. Feature cast-iron radiator. Tiled floor and part-tiled walls.)
  • Converted attic (4.84m x 4.16m Stunning, bright and very spacious area with vaulted ceiling and dual aspect Velux windows. Polished floorboards and dual eaves storage. Bespoke Italian radiator.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER D2
  • Number: 110255502
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 286.3 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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