Four on the market: In Raheny
Published 03/07/2015 | 02:30
A selection of four properties currently available to buy in Raheny.
'Ardmore', 654 Howth Road, D5
€750k Savills North Dublin, (01) 853 0630
'Ardmore' is one of a row of very fine art deco houses looking south along Howth Road. Built in the 1930s, Number 654 has been upgraded and extended; it still has a garage, but a bedroom extension has been added above it. It's now 1,250 sq ft, excluding the garage. The ground floor has a living room and dining room linked by double doors, and a kitchen and guest toilet. Upstairs, there are four bedrooms, one en-suite, and a family bathroom. The front garden has a lawn and parking, and there's an 85ft back garden
32 Foxfield Avenue, D5
€545k Kelly Bradshaw Dalton, (01) 804 0500
Number 32 Foxfield Avenue is a relatively modest 1,615 sq ft, but there are various ways to make it bigger if you want to. It has an adjoining garage which might be co-opted into the living space; the attic might be converted, or you could apply for planning permission to extend into the garden. It has a partly red-brick façade with an arched doorway and a porthole window alongside. It has two reception rooms with fireplaces, and a dining room off the kitchen. Upstairs are four bedrooms, a bathroom, shower room and separate toilet.
770 Howth Road, D5
€745k DNG Fairview, (01) 833 1802
The price of this detached seafront bungalow at Blackbanks in Raheny has been reduced twice, from an original €825,000. It's situated on a quarter-acre site, with views south to the Bull Island and Dublin Bay, and it's 2,669 sq ft in size with three bedrooms, all en-suite. It has a living room with a fireplace, a dining room, and a TV room, all at the front of the house with sea views. At the back is a large kitchen/dining room with French doors to the garden. Upstairs is a converted attic in use as an office.
16 Watermill Lawn, D5
€745k Gallagher Quigley, (01) 818 3000
Watermill Lawn is a cul-de-sac estate of 21 detached houses, off Watermill Road, across the street from St Anne's Park. Number 16 has two extensions, at the side and the back, taking its size to 2,163 sq ft. There are two reception rooms off the entrance hall, linked by double doors, and an open-plan kitchen, dining room and living room with doors to the garden, where there's a raised deck and a lawn. The first floor has four bedrooms, one en-suite, and a bathroom. There's a gravelled front driveway for parking.