- Attractive period home on Sandymount's premier residential road
- Generous off street parking
- Landscaped west facing garden offering total privacy
€2,995,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 367 sqm approx
Errisbeg offers a rare and exciting opportunity to acquire a particularly impressive semi-detached period residence, providing wonderfully elegant and light filled accommodation with beautifully landscaped west facing gardens.
The property is well set back from the road with generous off street car parking and provides 360sqm / 3,950sqft (approx.) of elegant and tastefully presented accommodation incorporating many original period features including stained glass, ceiling cornices and centre roses, making it a truly magnificent family home, located on Sandymount’s premier residential road in one of Dublin’s most sought after and convenient locations. In addition, the property benefits from generous space to the side which offers excellent scope to extend the existing accommodation, subject to planning permission.
The accommodation comprises outer hall with glazed double doors leading to the inner hall. There are two beautifully proportioned bay windowed reception rooms either side of the hall with double doors and steps from the sitting room leading to the large open plan living / kitchen / dining room. This is a great everyday space with an AGA acting as a cosy focal point to the room and opens out to the sunny garden. A cloakroom, utility room and shower room complete the ground floor accommodation. Upstairs, there are six bedrooms (one currently used as a study) including two very generous original attic rooms, two of the bedrooms with generous ensuite bathrooms. One of the bathrooms can also be accessed from the landing.
Situated at the village end of Park Avenue, one of Sandymount’s most sought after roads, the property enjoys one of the city’s most convenient locations with an extensive choice of amenities close by such as the excellent boutiques, shops, pubs and restaurants in Sandymount village and the bracing walks along Sandymount strand. Numerous sports clubs are Pembroke, YMCA cricket grounds, Claremont Tennis Club, Monkstown Rugby Club and of course the state of the art Aviva stadium. Schools are also very well catered for with many of the city’s premier primary and secondary schools being within walking distance. It is also within walking distance of the Merrion Centre and St Vincent's Hospital.
€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
€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..."
€1,850,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 321 sqm approx
Truly an exceptionally bright and spacious family home, Ashieanna is situated in the foothills of the Dublin mountains on grounds of c. 1 acre. Elegantly proportioned throughout the property has been completed to the most exacting standards with Helen Turkington interior design, Christoff kitchens, Bang & Olufsen sound systems and gold medalist Colm Doyle landscaped gardens. All in all this is a wonderful opportunity for a discerning purchaser to acquire a stunning home in turnkey condition throughout.
Beyond the handsome façade there is an air of spaciousness and a quiet elegance throughout this home and this is evident once you step through the front doors into the bright reception hall. The large kitchen/breakfast room really is the heart of this home and boasts a beautiful fitted kitchen featuring a centre island which is the perfect magnet for family discussions or coffee breaks! This opens into a light filled sunroom with views across the picture perfect grounds. There is a large, triple aspect living/dining room and an impressive study with fitted American walnut study area. A home gym, utility room and shower room finish off the ground floor. On the first floor there is an impressive master bedroom with extensive fitted wardrobes and a contemporary en-suite with a free standing bath. There are four further generous double bedrooms, two with en-suite shower rooms, and a large family bathroom.
The secluded gardens wrap around Ashieanna encasing it in greenery and affording the house beautiful vistas over the ever changing seasonal gardens. To the front, there is a sweeping driveway which leads down to generous off street parking surrounded by well planted flowerbeds. The rear garden features expansive lawns and a range of specimen trees including witch hazel, a variety of apple trees, cherry blossom and walnut. There are garden storage sheds with double insulation.