Four on the market: six-beds around Dublin
Published 19/02/2016 | 02:30
A selection of four properties, boasting six-bedrooms, currently available to buy in Dublin.
51 Rathfarnham Park, Rathfarnham
€1.55m DNG Terenure (01) 490 2900
Number 51 Rathfarnham Park, a Tudor-style detached house on a quarter-acre site, was extended by the current owners to 4,000 sq ft. To the right of the hall is a dual-aspect lounge with a bow window to the front and French doors at the back. To the left there's a dining room with folding doors to a living room. The kitchen is at the back of the house and beyond it is a family room. There are four bedrooms on the first floor - the main one with en-suite and dressing room, and two on the second floor.
Knocksedan House, Swords
€695k Quillsen Fairview (01) 833 5844
Dating from 1760, Knocksedan House is a fine Grade B-listed Georgian property, full of period features but in need of a little updating. It's three storeys and a substantial 4,187 sq ft, not counting a 1,184 sq ft extension which contains offices and a gym. Unusually, the house has reception rooms on all three levels. The ground floor has a drawing room, dining room, study and kitchen. On the first floor there's a sitting room and two bedrooms, and the second floor has the other four bedrooms and a living room.
12 Grove Park, Rathmines, D6
€850k Sherry FitzGerald Rathmines (01) 496 6066
Number 12 Grove Park may have six bedrooms, but it's possible a new owner may reclaim one to gain another living room, a kitchen with garden access, or perhaps an en-suite. It has two storeys and a garden level, with three bedrooms on the first floor, along with a bathroom and study. The other three are at garden level with another bathroom. This leaves the entrance level with two reception rooms and the kitchen, making a total 2,503 sq ft of space. There's on-street parking out front and a paved back garden.
5 Princeton, Ardilea, Clonskeagh
€1.495m Beirne & Wise (01) 296 2444
Princeton is a leafy little cul de sac in Ardilea, off Roebuck Road. Built in 1969, Number 5 could do with being modernised but offers plenty of scope, as it's 3,552 sq ft in size and sits on a third of an acre. The front door opens into a hallway and then into an open-plan drawing room and dining room. From there you reach the main reception hall. There are three more reception rooms to the left, and a kitchen and breakfast room to the right. The six bedrooms are upstairs, and the master bedroom has an en-suite.