Four on the market: Energy-efficient houses in Dublin
A choice of four houses on the market in Dublin boasting impressive energy efficiency.
3 Warren Manor, Malahide
€750k Property Team Noel Kelly (01) 846 2752
There are just 11 houses in Warren Manor, a cul de sac estate off the Swords Road, and they're all energy-efficient. Number 3 is a timber-clad three-storey house with a B3 energy rating. It has four bedrooms - three on the first floor and one on the second - all en-suites. On the ground floor there's a lounge with a marble fireplace, connecting through double doors to an open-plan kitchen and living room. The kitchen has granite countertops with a breakfast bar, and in the dining area there's a door to the back garden.
197 Howth Road, Clontarf, D3
€795k Gallagher Quigley (01) 818 3000
There was a quaint 1930s cottage on the site until recently. Now it's an ultra-modern, architect-designed property on three floors, with a roof garden. The ground floor has the living room at the front and the kitchen and dining room at the back, with a roof light and a glass wall overlooking the garden, and there's a utility room off it. The first floor has three bedrooms, including the en-suite master, and on the top floor there's the study looking out onto the roof garden. Total internal floor area comes to 1,948 sq ft. The BER is A3.
10 Anglesea Rd, Ballsbridge, D4
€1.25m Hunters (01) 668 0008
It's only a hen's race to Sandymount DART station from 10 Anglesea Road, less than a kilometre away. If you insist on driving there's enough room out the front to park three cars. It is semi-detached and 1,808 sq ft. It has four bedrooms on the first floor, one en-suite, and there are three reception rooms downstairs. Left of the entrance hall is a drawing room and a dining room, both with marble fireplaces and linked by double doors, and on the right is a study. The kitchen is at the back with a utility room off. The BER is B3.
28 Pine Ave, W’minster Park, D18
€575k Sherry FitzGerald Foxrock (01) 289 4386
The owners of 28 Pine Avenue, a terraced house near Foxrock Golf Course, have given it a complete upgrade. With split-level heating controls, triple glazing and heavy-duty insulation, it now has an energy rating of B2. Sizewise it's 1,163 sq ft on two floors with an attic conversion. The ground floor has a living room and an open-plan kitchen, living and dining room at the back, with glass doors to the garden. There are three bedrooms and a shower room on the first floor. The skylit attic room is used as a fourth bedroom.