Saturday 1 October 2016

Four on the market: four-beds in D14

Published 20/05/2016 | 02:30

56 Mount Anville Park, Goatstown.
56 Mount Anville Park, Goatstown.
10 Harlech Crescent
The Garth, Mount Anville Road.
57 Barton Road

A selection of four-bed semis currently available to buy in Dublin 14.

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56 Mount Anville Pk, Goatstown 

€695k  Sherry FitzGerald Dundrum (01) 296 1822

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This is a good time of year to view a house at Mount Anville Park, as the cherry blossoms that line the street are in full bloom. Number 56 is a detached, 1,550 sq ft property that's been owned by the same family for a decade, and they've kept it in good order. The ground floor has a sitting room and a dining room linked by double doors, as well as a study or spare bedroom. The kitchen is at the back and has a door to the patio in the garden. The four main bedrooms (one en-suite) are upstairs, along with a shower room.

10 Harlech Crescent, Ardilea

€795k  DNG Stillorgan (01) 283 2700

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Harlech Crescent in Clonskeagh takes its name from Harlech House, a late 18th-century manor house. Harlech Crescent consists of far more modest, if comfortable-looking, bungalows on a quiet cul de sac. Number 10 is 1,432 sq ft including an adjoining garage that hasn't been converted. From the garage you can go through a pantry to reach the skylit kitchen, with a door to the back garden, divided into lawns, paving and gravel. The kitchen links with a tile-floored dining room and from there to a living room.

The Garth, Mount Anville Road

€1.15m  Savills Central Dublin (01) 663 4300

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The Garth is just across the street from Mount Anville school in Goatstown, so you can save money on bus fares, if not on the €5,350 annual school fees. It's a lovely if rather crumbling period house with its back to the road, and it has a 200ft garden. It is 2,540 sq ft, all in need of renovation, with original features such as ceiling roses, sash windows and fireplaces. The ground floor has a living room, drawing room, dining room and kitchen/breakfast room, and there's an office and four bedrooms upstairs, one is en-suite.

57 Barton Rd West, Rathfarnham

€575k  DNG Terenure (01) 490 9000

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If you haven't had enough of the 1916 commemorations, you could do worse than set up a base near St Enda's Park, home of the Pearse Museum, where Padraig Pearse ran his Irish-language school. Number 57 Barton Road West is a few hundred metres down the road from the park. It has been extended to 1,800 sq ft but still has both an unconverted garage and a 67ft back garden. Inside is a living room, a TV room with a home cinema, an eat-in kitchen and sunroom, plus four first-floor bedrooms (one en-suite).

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