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Killiney House, Killiney Hill Road, Killiney, Co Dublin

€3,950,000 - Asking Price Sold 418 sqm approx


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Little Auburn, Dublin Road, Malahide, Co. Dublin

€4,250,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 346 sqm approx

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.

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Hendre, St. George's Avenue, Killiney, Co. Dublin, A96 FR94

€3,900,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 637 sqm approx

At 637 square meters, Hendre is a wonderfully spacious modern home. The entire house is designed to maximise the beautifully clear light of the Irish coast, flooding through full-height glass walls and windows to infuse the design with the natural beauty of a magnificent setting.

Situated in Killiney Hill, above Killiney Bay, just outside of Dublin, the villa was devised to maximise this light and space. Inspired by the work of Mies van der Rohe, it sits on the site of Lt. Col. E. Watson’s large 1906 estate, but was completely rebuilt in 2007 by architects Smith and Kennedy, and renovated in 2014 to bring the level of finish and amenities on par with the dramatic architecture and impressive location. The result is a Modernist masterpiece, sitting proudly in 1.03 acres of private parkland; an iconic design statement transformed into a flexible and beautiful family home.

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2 Mount Salus Road, Dalkey, Co.Dublin, A96 K685

€2,850,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 344 sqm approx

No 2 Mount Salus is one of a pair of Victorian homes. Built in approx 1841 it exemplifies period architecture at its finest with its stunning granite cut features including an impressive portico and two bay windows which have been referred to in Peter Pearson's book from the Mountains to the Sea as "half-octagonal bow windows".

This impressive 5 bedroom double fronted Victorian family home (343.59 Sq.m / 3,698.37 Sq.ft) is located in this enviable and exclusive address off Knocknacree road, Dalkey, Co. Dublin. Nestled at the end of a quiet private cul de sac on an elevated setting of approximately 1.07 acres, Number 2 enjoys exceptional sea views over Dublin Bay towards Howth, Dalkey Island, and southwards towards Bray Head.

In 1854, Cardinal John Henry Newman spent some time in 2 Mount Salus whilst establishing the Catholic University, now UCD. During his stay at the property he wrote to his sister "...the place is as beautiful as it is healthy. The house is on the rocks which rise above Dublin Bay - and commands a view of the whole coast and headlands. The Wicklow Mountains are seen out one window, Howth and Kingstown out the other. I never saw a place out of Italy and Sicily like it for beauty of rock and sea..."

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