Coast along in Clontarf, Dublin 3
62 Dollymount Avenue, Clontarf €870k
Buyers interested in owning a property near Clontarf promenade need not be apprehensive about rising sea levels, now that work on the controversial flood defence wall is due to be completed this month.
Just a few metres from the seafront wall is 62 Dollymount Avenue, a four-bed, semi-detached home with a floor area of 1,800 sq ft.
It comes to the market in fine condition but new owners may want to look at opening up the downstairs as it is currently made up of several small rooms.
There is a living room with oak flooring that opens into the dining room, which has double doors into the kitchen. This room has been extended and has fitted units with granite worktops and a limestone floor.
There is a guest WC off the kitchen and a laundry room that is plumbed for a washing machine. A family room with cast iron fireplace and a downstairs bedroom make up the accommodation on the ground floor.
Upstairs are three bedrooms and a bathroom with a power shower and jacuzzi bath. All bedrooms have built-in sliderobes.
The rear garden is a whopping 32m long and has a paved patio area with raised beds and a long lawn with shrubs and plants on the borders.
There is a timber shed at the back of the garden and pedestrian access.
Dollymount Avenue is just around the corner from St Anne's Park and is within walking distance of Clontarf village.
Bay restaurant is a short walk away and is always busy with locals for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The nearest Dart station at Clontarf Road is about 4km away but you can take a bus into the city or hop on your bike and enjoy the new cycle path.
No 62 Dollymount Avenue, Dublin 3, is for sale with a guide price of €870,000 through Odessa Estates, (01) 8308111.