Monday 25 September 2017

Right on the seafront at charming Clontarf

Three-bedroom mid-terrace period home
Three-bedroom mid-terrace period home

Located on the seafront on the Clontarf Coast Road, 2 Clontarf Road is a three-bedroom mid-terrace period home that's new to the market with an asking price of €750,000.

With a red-brick façade, the 137sqm house has been completely refurbished and redecorated, while retaining some of its original period features, including ornate plasterwork and mantlepieces.

Downstairs has an entrance hallway with feature archway, front and rear reception rooms with ornate fireplaces, utility room, and an open plan kitchen/breakfast area with velux windows, centre island, fitted units, integrated appliances, and double doors to the back garden.

Meanwhile, upstairs there is an en suite master bedroom and two other bedrooms, all with original floorboards.

The main bathroom has a free-standing bath, separate shower cubicle with double folding doors, stained wooden floorboards and original fireplace. There is also stair access to a large attic room with velux window and eaves storage.

Outside, the back garden has plants, shrubbery and mature trees, while there is also rear pedestrian access.

Number 2 Clontarf Road is in a very good location, being within a very short commute to Dollymount Beach, Royal Dublin Golf Club, Westwood Health and Fitness, shops, bars and restaurants.

The seafront promenade is just on the doorstep.

Clontarf itself is a very popular area, with a lot of sporting and recreational facilities within walking distance.

The city centre is easily accessed by bus and train as the Dart station is very near to the house.

Contact Savills, 01 9030933

Irish Independent

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