Tuesday 17 October 2017

On the Market: Tudor Crisp

61 Carysfort Downs in Blackrock, Co Dublin
61 Carysfort Downs in Blackrock, Co Dublin
61 Carysfort Downs in Blackrock, Co Dublin
Mark Keenan

Mark Keenan

A large smart salmon brick family home with faux Tudor features is on offer at 61 Carysfort Downs in Blackrock, Co Dublin, and is one of the few to have fully enclosed private grounds on this stretch – these are also accessed via electric gates.

The house stretches to a formidable 2,500 sq ft which is all easily accessible over two floors.

Entranced to a good sized hall with Travertine tiles, it is perfect for a larger family with three good sized downstairs reception rooms as well as a substantial kitchen which is done in a richly coloured Brazilian walnut.

Of the five upstairs bedrooms (one has been used as a study), the master chamber is especially large and has its own substantial en suite as well as a walk-in wardrobe and dressing room.

The garden has a barbecue area, a raised patio, a sun deck which benefits from its westerly orientation and a pond feature with a three- tier waterfall feature.This area has always been popular because of its access to city via the DART.

Blackrock Village is also an attraction with its popular restaurants, fashion shops, well known pubs and of course the seaside is not far from your front door.

This house is within a stroll of the village and is most convenient to the N11 (QBC), the M50, the Dart and the host of amenities afforded by Stillorgan and Blackrock.

There are many fine schools within walking distance such as Carysfort National School, Hollypark Boys and Girls national schools, Lycee Francais, Loretto Foxrock and Blackrock College.

Agents Savills (01-2885011) seek €1.2m

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