Four on the market that are over 2,000 square feet
Published 22/05/2015 | 02:30
A selection of four properties on the market in excess of 2,000 sq ft.
84 Castle Avenue, Clontarf, D3 €995k
Property Team Lappin Estates, (01) 882 5730
To the side of this 2,120 sq ft detached property in Clontarf is a doctor's surgery and waiting room. However, this doesn't mean only doctors need apply to view it; the agents say the annex could become a granny flat instead, or just be reincorporated into the main house. The ground floor has three reception rooms - a drawing room, living room and dining room - and a kitchen and utility. Upstairs are four bedrooms, including one with a walk-in wardrobe and en-suite. The surgery to the side has its own entrance.
1 Templeroan Park, Knocklyon €750k
Sherry Fitzgerald Templeogu, (01) 495 1111
This detached house off the Knocklyon Road, in Dublin 16, measures 2,100 sq ft, but the agents point out there's room to expand into the back garden, if that's not enough. Its six bedrooms are all on the first floor, though a couple of them are quite small. The master bedroom is en-suite but there's only one other bathroom on this level, so a new owner may want to redraw the layout. Downstairs has a family room, living room and dining room with doors to the garden, plus a good-sized kitchen with a utility off it.
21 Knocksedan Drive, Swords €545k
Sherry Fitz Blanc, (01) 890 0944
Knocksedan Demesne is a housing estate off the Naul Road in Swords, about four-and-a-half kilometres from the town. Number 21 Knocksedan Drive is a 2,153 sq ft detached house, with room to extend. It has a sitting room with a fireplace, a TV room, and an open-plan kitchen and dining room with sliding doors to the garden, and a utility room. The first floor has a bathroom and four bedrooms, including the en-suite master. There's parking on the front drive, and a good-sized back garden with a lawn and two patios.
56C Meadow Vale, Blackrock
€575k Lisney Dun Laoghaire, (01) 280 6820
Number 56C Meadow Vale, off Cloonkeen Road in Blackrock, Co Dublin, is a 2002 sq ft semi-detached, four-bedroom house, but privacy is unlikely to be much of a concern as it has soundproof walls and floors. Built in 2008, it has solar panels and gas-fired central heating, and comes with a promising B3 energy efficiency ratin. The ground floor has a study and a family room and, at the back of the house, a vast, open-plan kitchen, sitting room and dining room. All four bedrooms are upstairs, and one is en-suite.