Four on the market: 3-beds in Sth county Dublin
Published 25/11/2016 | 02:30
A selection of four three-bed properties currently on the market in south county Dublin.
Dartrey, Sandycove Ave East
€1.2m Janet Carroll (01) 288 2020
You can walk either east or north to the sea from Dartrey, at Sandycove Avenue East, and it’s about 150 metres away in either direction. And if you fancy a spot of sea-bathing, the 40 Foot is a five-minute walk. Dartrey was built in 1919 and stands at 1,442 sq ft, although there may well be scope to extend it as there’s a 109ft back garden consisting of a long lawn lined with shrubs and climbers. The three bedrooms are on the first floor, while downstairs are two reception rooms, a kitchen, breakfast room, and an integral garage.
8 Vesey Mews, Dun Laoghaire
€595k Sherry FitzGerald Dun Laoghaire (01) 284 4422
Number 8 Vesey Mews is one of the mews properties behind the Victorian houses at Vesey Place, so it’s not much more than 100 metres from Vesey Gardens, a small but densely wooded public park. Number 8 has a pleasantly old-fashioned garden with gravel and paving and creeper-clad walls. Inside, the house is 1,076 sq ft in a sort of two-up two-down arrangement. Although there are three bedrooms upstairs (main en-suite), one is quite small. The ground floor has a fitted kitchen and a bay-windowed living room.
4 St Catherine’s Road
€895k BK Earley (087) 794 2119
The DART line is across the street from 4 St Catherine’s Road in Glenageary. You can’t see it — it’s screened by trees — but it does mean you have only to walk 400 metres to catch a DART from Glenageary station. Number 4 needs refurbishment and the agents say there’s potential to extend. At present it’s roughly 2,000 sq ft, with gardens front and back. On the ground floor there’s an open-plan living and dining room, along with a conservatory. The three bedrooms are on the first floor, with one en-suite.
17 Seafort Parade, Blackrock
€450k DNG Rock Road (01) 283 2900
The houses at Seafort Parade look straight out over Blackrock Park towards the Irish Sea, on the other side of the DART line. Number 17 is at the end of this red-brick Edwardian terrace and needs a great deal of refurbishment, bearing in mind that, like its neighbours, it’s a listed building. It’s on three storeys, with a kitchen and bedroom in the basement, two reception rooms at entrance level, and two more bedrooms on the first floor. The total internal floor area is 1,302 sq ft, and there’s a yard out the back.