Just one 'upmarket Edwardian' left
The Boulders, Rochestown Avenue, Co Dublin
Just one house remains at the Boulders - an upmarket development on Rochestown Avenue which launched last November, and it's one of the larger units, detached, measuring 2,034 sq ft.
Priced at €750,000 this property, from New Generation Homes, is built over two floors. The exterior smacks of an Edwardian bent with a pebble-dashed finish with cream trim in a double-fronted style with one side facing 'inwards' towards the front door, which is black with glass insets and panels to the side.
It has been built on a slight slope, so a small number of brick steps bring you to the front which is landscaped, cobbled and paved.
Inside is a sitting room to the front with wooden floors and a wood-burning stove with French doors to the back garden. The kitchen/dining/living room area has units finished in matte taupe with granite countertops. There is an island unit with curved top and cupboards, integrated appliances and a tiled floor, with a utility room off.
This is all one open-plan area, but the kitchen section is self-contained, so even though it is 'walk through' it gives the impression of a separate room.
Upstairs via a dog-leg staircase are four bedrooms, all doubles, two of which are ensuite and a main bathroom.
Rochestown Avenue is 3km from Killiney and the same distance from Dun Laoghaire town and harbour. It is a well-settled area with plenty of schools, shops and retail outlets.
Enquiries to: Sherry Fitzgerald (01) 284 4422.