Geralyn Byrne

21 Killeen Road, Ranelagh, Dublin 6

€950,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 121 sqm approx

Number 21 Killeen Road is superbly positioned on one of the area's most desirable and sought after roads in Ranelagh.

This delightful home has been extended and refurbished in recent years, now effortlessly combines the perfect balance of contemporary and chic interiors with fine period features synonymous with the era. This most attractive red brick property extends to 1,299sq ft. /120.7sq.m approx. of generously proportioned, light filled accommodation.

Passing through the front door, the elegant entrance hall which enjoys fine period detail including coving and centre rose leads to a fine front sitting room with soft neutral tones, most attractive open fire and sash window. The open plan contemporary living kitchen dining room with recently extended footprint is flooded with natural light and opens out to the private and delightful rear courtyard garden enjoying a west facing orientation ideal for al fresco dining. A sleek shower wet room is a useful additional at ground floor level.

BER D1 Rating
Cranmore, 175 Orwell Road, Rathgar, Dublin 14

€1,925,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 242 sqm approx

A spectacular detached family home, extending to over 2,600 sq. ft., perfectly positioned on this highly regarded residential road within walking distance of Rathgar, the Luas stop at Windy Arbour, Milltown Golf Club. A range of excellent senior and junior schools are close by, in all regards a perfect location for all amenities. This is the perfect family home – extended, renovated and totally upgraded to exceptional standards under the architectural supervision of Brazil Lohan and refined further recently by current owners. The property is 3 miles approx. from St. Stephen's Green and within easy reach of the M50.

No expense has been spared to make this a superb contemporary family home with a real 'wow' factor. The best of materials have been used throughout creating a cutting edge, modern interior, decorated with great taste. Rooms of elegant proportions are practically laid out over 2 levels making for easy family living.

The large hallway with beautiful oak flooring and subtle colours gives you a taste for what’s to follow. Three elegant reception rooms at hall level are enhanced by a superb standard of finish. To the rear is a superb kitchen/dining/family area fitted with a contemporary Irish beech custom made kitchen, incorporating 'state of the art' Siemens appliances. Floor to ceiling corner windows allow natural light to flood the room. Practicality for family living is evident throughout with terrific storage, a large utility room, and pantry and guest WC.on this level.

BER B3 Rating
15 Palmerston Road, Rathmines, Dublin 6

€2,595,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 393 sqm approx

15 Palmerston Road has been home to the current family since 1948 when the current owner’s father had his medical surgery at garden level. An elegant Victorian semi-detached home dating from 1860, extending to 393 sq.m. / 4,230 sq.ft. approx., with a most versatile layout enviably positioned on the sunny side of this much sought-after road, with what has to be one of the nicest and most interesting gardens in the area. Located in the heart of one of the best locations in Dublin, beside some of Dublin’s best schools and just a stone’s throw from Luas stops at Beechwood and Cowper.

Number 15 is currently set out in 2 units but can be easily returned to a single-family home. It has been lovingly cared for by current and previous owners including the recent installation of two new family bathrooms without compromising its original features and character. The interior is delightful, rich in stunning period detail, the main reception rooms have superb period features with 3 large windows flooding the rooms with natural light. High ceilings, fine mantelpieces, large bay windows, all synonymous with the Victoria era enhance rooms throughout the house of elegant proportions. The balance of bedroom and living space is fantastic with the extra-large side returns offering tremendous potential. However, a new owner can still stamp their own mark on this lovely family home as there is plenty of potential to further develop the kitchen (subject to planning permission).

The gardens are a really special feature, a work of art - a true garden. The large front garden affords valuable off-street parking. The rear garden is west facing with stunning cut stone walls with a large curved lawn, wide herbaceous borders superbly stocked with a wonderful array of specimen plants shrubs and trees and a sunny patio. The extra area to the side adds real interest and potential. Finally, the location is so convenient, to schools, shops, parks, sports clubs and great public transport with the Luas close by and also easy access to the M50.

BER exempt
31 Mountainview Road, Ranelagh, Dublin 6, D06 K5N3

€1,295,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 155 sqm approx

Ideally positioned on Mountainview Road one of the most sought after addresses in Ranelagh. This double fronted red brick is guaranteed to win you over on first entry.

Restored and refurbished to exacting standards, this fine home is the perfect blend of original period features and contemporary living. The bright and well-proportioned accommodation comprises an inviting entrance hall with gracious interconnecting reception rooms and study to the front of the house.

The extended kitchen/breakfast room is a light filled contemporary recreational space which marries-in remarkably well with the original accommodation. Off the kitchen/breakfast room there is a generous pantry/utility and a guest wc completes the accommodation at ground level. Upstairs are three generous bedrooms, master en suite and a family shower room.

BER D1 Rating
2 Maple Road, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14, D14 FD90

€2,050,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 252 sqm approx

Commanding a superb position No. 2 Maple Road is a truly outstanding detached home standing on a premier corner site enjoying south and west facing gardens on approx.0.3 acre.

Built by G & T Crampton in the mid 1950’s, the Crampton reputation is synonymous with exceptional quality and craftsmanship which is evident in all aspects of this elegant family home. Well maintained over recent years, the property has great versatility with an excellent balance of reception and bedroom accommodation, ideal for comfortable family living and entertaining.

There is endless potential to develop and extend (subject to planning) this already generous family home, including the exceptionally large attic area (980 sq ft/91 sq approx.) which enjoys 2.27m average ceiling height.

BER E2 Rating
Rostellan, 29 Temple Road, Dartry, Dublin 6, D06 V4H5

€5,750,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 420 sqm approx

A classical detached Victorian home 420 sq m / 4,521 sq ft approx. and granite Coach house/Mews 73 sq m / 786 sq ft approx. on 0.5 acre of exceptional, private landscaped grounds, superbly positioned on what is recognised as one of Dublin’s most prestigious roads. This is without doubt one of the finest family homes to come on the market in Dublin this year. Built in 1860 by Thomas Henshaw Rostellan has enormous charm, great character and architectural merit.

The interior is breath-taking, the reception hall is exceptional. A wonderful impressive carved staircase is watched over by a stunning arched window which floods the home with light. The principal reception rooms are interconnecting, with wonderful original period detail and enjoy a superb quality of natural light which floods through large sash windows. The main kitchen is also positioned at this level in a sensitively designed modern extension with dual aspect large windows overlooking the front and rear gardens. There is a perfect balance of bedrooms and living rooms with a second kitchen at garden level perfect for Irish barbeques! The gardens are exceptionally secluded, planted in classical style with mature specimen trees and a profusion of spring and summer flowering bulbs, balanced by large lawns areas and a generous gravelled parking area. The granite two storey Coach house, is ideal as a guest suite or additional family accommodation. The coach house which is situated to the rear of Rostellan can be accessed from the main house or Richmond Avenue South. Rostellan enjoys a superbly convenient location, enviably positioned within minutes of the local Luas stop at Milltown, just 2.5 approx. miles from St Stephens Green with Ranelagh, Dartry, Rathmines and Donnybrook on the doorstep. The property is within walking distance of extensive local amenities, UCD and some of Dublin’s best senior and junior schools including Sandford National, Sandford Park, Kildare Place, Muckross Park, Alexandra College, Gonzaga College and St Mary’s College. Sports clubs include David Lloyd River View, Milltown Golf Club, while Brookfield and Fitzwilliam tennis clubs are just minutes away. This is undoubtedly a genuinely special and immensely stylish home which successfully combines period detail and enormous character with classical style and all the comforts and conveniences of modern living.

BER exempt
2 Palmerston Villas, Rathmines, Dublin 6

€2,350,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 394 sqm approx

A gracious elegant Victorian period home of enormous style and character, superbly positioned on this quiet cul-de-sac overlooking Brookfield Tennis Club, parallel to Palmerston Park and just off the Upper Rathmines Road within walking distance of Milltown and Cowper Luas. The home is presented in excellent decorative order and has been renovated, restored, and extended to exceptional standards. Extending to 4,241 sq.ft./ 394 sq.m., attention to detail and respect for the original pure Victorian home combine with fine taste and craftsmanship to create a home where the elegance of the original harmonises and blends seamlessly with the new.

All the elements of elegant, comfortable and practical family living await you at No. 2, superb reception, family, living and bedroom areas are arranged over 3 floors, with a tasteful conservatory extension designed with great sensitivity to the original Victorian home, providing extensive living space linking the home and gardens.

A flight of gracious granite steps lead to a stunningly elegant hall floor where classic style, generous proportions and fine ornate period details combine to create reception rooms of extraordinary style and elegance. The double drawing rooms interconnect and enjoy superb natural light. Also at this level, an atmospheric study with period bookcases is a real sanctuary. The family living area and kitchen/ breakfastroom are at garden level, taking maximum advantage of sunlight, orientation and garden. The presentation, flexibility and extent of space, with a perfect balance of bedroom, bathroom and living space make this a special family home. Lived in since 2004 by the current owners, it has been a happy home and hosted many a party and family event. No 2 awaits the arrival of the next owners. The gardens both front and rear, have been redesigned with enormous flair, combining informal planting, mature trees and shrubs, flower borders and hedging. The rear garden provides valuable off street parking.

BER E2 Rating
Northcote, 17 Temple Gardens, Rathmines, Dublin 6

€4,500,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 340 sqm approx

‘Northcote’, 17 Temple Gardens is without doubt one of the finest family homes to come on the market in Dublin 6 this year. Number 17 has been occupied in turn by six generations of the same family. The street on which the house stands was built largely in the first decade of the 20th century, and it was during this period that David Telford and his wife Edith moved in. Telford was a self-made man from humble rural roots in County Antrim. He had come to Dublin with little other than the clothes he stood up in but by now, in his 50s, had risen to become a Partner in accountants Craig Gardner and Chairman of the Theatre Royal and the Gaiety. According to family lore, they rented the house whilst awaiting the completion of their own, but they liked it so much that they eventually purchased it in 1918 – exactly one hundred years ago this year.

‘Northcote’ has immense charm and character, enjoying an enviable position on the south side of this stunning tree lined road, one of the most sought after and prestigious roads in Dublin. The entire home has been lovingly maintained and enjoys all the elements of elegant and comfortable family living with all the reception rooms on one level. The interior is superb, rich in period detail with high ceilings, wonderful period fireplaces and joinery synonymous with the Edwardian era all enhancing rooms of elegant proportions. Superb natural light flows through large original sash windows. The accommodation is laid out over two floors with a two storey return and comprises a large welcoming hallway, 3 elegant reception rooms with original Edwardian mantelpieces, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, pantry and six bedrooms upstairs.

BER exempt
Ellerslie, 46 Temple Road, Dartry, Dublin 6, D06 ET85

€5,300,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 633 sqm approx

Ellerslie is a classically proportioned Victorian period residence c1868 of enormous charm, great character and architectural merit combining total seclusion with a superbly convenient location on one of the most prestigious roads in Dublin. This is without doubt one of the finest family homes to come on the market in Dublin this year, standing on 0.68 acre of exquisite private landscaped gardens south facing gardens with elegant accommodation extending to 6815 sq ft/633sqm.

Temple Road in the heart of the best part of Dublin 6 retains the dignity and relaxed pace of another more graceful period. In an area celebrated for its superbly designed streets and property the charming trees lined ambiance has a special character and atmosphere all of its own.

One of the jewels in the crown of this exceptional road must surely be Ellerslie and magnificent red brick family home standing on magical landscaped gardens. Open the door and you will certainly be in one of the finest homes in Dublin.

BER exempt
High Cross, 40 Temple Road, Dartry, Dublin 6, D06 NC59

€6,400,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 557 sqm approx

High Cross is a classical detached Victorian double fronted two storey over garden home of enormous charm, great character and architectural merit, with the feel of a country house in town. Superbly positioned on what is recognised as one of Dublin’s most prestigious roads this is without doubt one of the finest homes on the road. It extends to approx 6000 sq.ft. / 557 sq.m and stands on exceptional south facing walled landscaped gardens of 0.80 acre approx ,which are truly an oasis of peace.

It is a warm, welcoming and stylish family home, great for entertaining and has hosted many a party and special family events. Fine original period detail characteristic of the Victorian era including exceptional mantelpieces, high ceilings, and large sash windows grace the interior. The principle reception rooms are perfect for entertaining yet extremely comfortable and cosy for every day family living and enjoy superb natural light which floods through large sash windows.

Family living rooms, a superb games room and gym provide great family space. At garden level a bespoke kitchen breakfast room and stunning conservatory are at the heart of the home opening out to the wonderful gardens. Generous bedrooms and bathrooms complete the picture.

BER exempt
Hadleigh, 42E Palmerston Road, Rathmines, Dublin 6

€2,950,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 530 sqm approx

Hadleigh is an imposing and elegant Victorian semi-detached home standing on 0.31 acre approx. with rear access to Milltown Path , the house is larger than many on the road extending to 5,705 sq ft / 530 sq mts positioned at the Palmerston Park end of this much sought after road, moment from Luas stops at Cowper, Milltown and Beechwood.

Home to the current owners for almost 50 years this a terrific welcoming home, great for entertaining and has hosted many a party and special family events in that time. The interior is delightful, rich in stunning period detail, with a wonderful quality of natural light evident throughout the house .The reception hall has superb period features with large windows flooding the ground floor with natural light. High ceilings, large bay windows, all synonymous with the Victorian era enhance rooms of elegant proportions.

There is a perfect balance of bedroom and living space with 3 elegant reception rooms kitchen/breakfast room, studies , sunroom ,a playroom balanced by 6 bedrooms and generous bathroom facilities

BER exempt