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Lynbank, Killiney Hill Road, Killiney Hill Road, Killiney, Co Dublin, A96 AH34

€2,250,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 345 sqm approx

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Lynbank, Killiney Hill Road, Killiney Hill Road, Killiney, Co Dublin, A96 AH34

€2,250,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 345 sqm approx

Sherry FitzGerald proudly present Lynbank an imposing semi-detached period home dating back to 1837 which is discretely nestled in on the slopes of Killiney Hill. This superb and charming home of distinction is filled with light from the east aspect especially the morning sunrise and is further enhanced enjoying un-obstructed sea and coastal views.

The property which is laid out over two levels, has retained many original features such as gracious room proportions, high ceiling heights, sash windows, ornate ceiling cornicing and coving, and original fireplaces to name but a few. The drawing room with its large bay window is one of the finest you will come across.

The beautifully appointed accommodation provides a wonderful balance between reception and bedroom accommodation. Lynbank has been tastefully extended by the current owner to include a contemporary split level extension with an additional staircase which blends seamlessly with the period elegance.

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Saintbury House, Killiney Hill Road, Killiney, Co. Dublin, A96 X297

€2,650,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 410 sqm approx

Saintbury House is a very fine, deceptively spacious, split level Victorian villa nested on a site of 0.75 of an acre on the southerly slopes of Killiney Hill Road enjoying stunning sea views. Built in the early 1800's Saintbury House is referred to in "From the Mountains to the Sea" as one of eight houses built before the arrival of the railway extension to Killiney.

Saintbury House was once the home of Major Charles James O’Sullivan, an officer in the Connaught Rangers, from 1926 to 1972. Major O’Sullivan’s daughter Maureen O’Sullivan left Saintbury for the USA at the age of 18 to start her career in film and went on to play “Jane” in the original Tarzan series with the Olympic medal winner Johnny Weissmuller. Maureen’s daughter, Mia Farrow also starred in a number of movies, most notably Rosemary’s Baby and was married to Frank Sinatra and had a lengthy relationship with Woody Allen so Saintbury has a colourful past.

Extending to a very spacious but manageable 4,413 sq.ft., the property enjoys many features synonymous with a house of its era including high ceiling heights, bay windows, coving and centre roses, internal door pediments and magnificent fireplaces.

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43 Upper Georges Street, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin

€1,500,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 726 sqm approx

No.43 Upper Georges Street presents a truly unique and exciting opportunity for any discerning purchaser situated within the heart of Dun Laoghaire. Built in the late 1800’s and maintained by a charitable organisation, this impressive double bay fronted redbrick property offers generous proportions throughout. Filled with character and charm, the property is packed with period features including stunningly high ceilings, ceiling coving and original fireplaces. While requiring modernization, those with a little creativity and imagination could easily create a dream home close to the sea and the heart of Dun Laoghaire.

Extending to 650sqm / 7,000sqft (approx.) of gracious and character-filled accommodation, a set of granite steps lead up to the entrance hall where one can instantly appreciate the skill and attention to detail of the craftsmen of the era. Entertaining on a grand scale can easily be catered in this property with several generous reception rooms with a bar and stock area offered at entrance level. There is ample storage at this level and access to the basement offering further storage. On the first floor a large L-shaped room is currently used as a snooker room off which lies two w.c’s and another bar area. The second floor is currently laid out as an apartment with a large kitchen/dining room with a separate utility, living area with breath taking views across Dublin Bay, generous double bedroom, family bathroom and guest w.c..

Residents of George’s Street are superbly located with a host of fantastic amenities on the doorstep. Dun Laoghaire’s bustling town centre offers a host of trendy eateries, boutiques, the IMC cinema, theatre and weekly farmers market at The People’s Park. There are beautiful coastal walks nearby, either along the seafront or along Dun Laoghaire Pier. The area is host to a range of excellent schools both primary and secondary. The DART together with several bus routes provides excellent transport routes to the city centre and beyond making this an excellent base for any discerning purchaser.

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