Four on the market in Dun Laoghaire
A choice of four detached properties for sale in the seaside town of Dun Laoghaire.
'Oughterard', Tivoli Road
€795k Eoin O'Neill Property Advisers (01) 660 0333
'Oughterard' is so close to Dun Laoghaire Bowling Club that if you lived there you could nearly join in a game from your own front garden. The club is only about a minute's walk away, but you have to cross Tivoli Road to get there. It is a detached, double-fronted house of 1,800 sq ft, with a gravelled front garden behind electric gates, and a 50ft lawned back garden with a patio and deck. There are three upstairs bedrooms (two en-suite), and the ground floor has three reception rooms and a kitchen and utility.
6 The Glen, Glenageary
€825k Sherry FitzGerald Dun Laoghaire (01) 284 4422
The Glen is a short (less than 100 metres) cul-de-sac of red-brick detached houses just off Glenageary Road Lower. This means it's about a 10-minute walk from Dun Laoghaire's main street, and about seven minutes from the DART station at Sandycove and Glasthule. Number 6 has four bedrooms - three upstairs (one en-suite) and one on the ground floor. Also downstairs there's a living room, a dining room and a study. The kitchen has a utility off it, and the back garden is gravelled with raised beds, water features and a patio.
146A Rochestown Avenue
€475k Savills South Dublin (01) 288 5011
There's a Porsche dealership almost directly across the street from 146A Rochestown Avenue, making it the ideal spot from which to start laying in supplies for your midlife crisis. Built in 2008, Number 146A is detached, but there's no way you could drive a Porsche through the gap between it and its neighbour. The ground floor has the open-plan kitchen and dining room at the front, and a sitting room at the back. The three bedrooms (one en-suite) are upstairs. There's parking out the front and a lawned back garden.
1 Glandore Park, Mounttown
€895k Tom O’Higgins (01) 284 5007
Glandore Park is a small estate built in what used to be the front garden of Glandore House - a Victorian Gothic structure built for the De Veseys in the mid-19th century. Number 1 Glandore Park is more modest than its illustrious neighbour but it's on a corner site and does have a pretty garden. It's a sizeable 2,690 sq ft inside, with five first-floor bedrooms (two with en-suite showers). Downstairs there's a dual-aspect living room and a dining room with a service hatch to the kitchen. There's also an adjoining garage.