Saturday 29 April 2017

Four on the market in Glenageary County Dublin

13 Upper Glenageary Road
13 Upper Glenageary Road
4 The Lodge

A selection of four properties on the market in much-sought-after Glenageary.

4 The Lodge, Glenageary Rd Lwr 

€499k  Janet Carroll (01) 288 2020


Built in the 1990s, The Lodge is a small enclave of 13 semi-detached and terraced houses off Glenageary Road Lower. Number 4 is in the middle of a terrace of three and has been extended to 1,089 sq ft. That includes three bedrooms on the first floor (one en-suite) along with a bathroom. The ground floor has an eat-in kitchen at the front and an extended dining room at the back, with double doors to the paved back garden. There's parking for one car in the communal grounds out the front. The annual management fee is €400.

13 Upper Glenageary Road

€595k  Lisney Dun Laoghaire (01) 280 6820


Number 13 Upper Glenageary Road has already been extended but there is scope to do a lot more to add space to this 1930s-built semi. There's a garage, an unconverted attic, as well as a 105ft garden out the back. As it stands, it's 1,216 sq ft with three first-floor bedrooms and two ground-floor reception rooms. At the front is a bay-windowed living room and sliding doors lead to a family room. The kitchen has been extended adding a breakfast room. The rear garden has a deck and a patio, a lawn and a wooden shed.

‘Roselea’, 16 Marlborough Road

 €1.695m  Sherry FitzGerald Dun Laoghaire (01) 284 4422


It's about 100 metres, or two minutes' walk, from Roselea to the DART station at Glenageary. It's one of a row of statuesque detached houses on a tree-lined street off Station Road. It's on a third of an acre, so is quite secluded, and there's enough room to extend, as many of the neighbours have done. It's already been extended and is now 2,400 sq ft, with an open-plan kitchen, living room and dining room on the ground floor. There's also a drawing room and a family room, both with fireplaces. Upstairs are four bedrooms.

67 Hillcourt Road

€875k  DNG Dun Laoghaire (01) 230 1616


An architect was let loose on 67 Hillcourt Road in 2010, and the benefits are obvious. The whole ground floor has been transformed into a bright open-plan space. The main room is a kitchen, dining room and living room, with an open fireplace and sliding doors to the garden. There's also a playroom and a wood-floored study. The first floor has three bedrooms and there are two attic rooms above that, currently used as a fourth bedroom and a study. The floor area is 2,099 sq ft and there's an 80ft garden out the back.

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