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Clontarf residence goes under hammer

PRICE: amv €400k

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167 Clontarf Road, Dublin 3

Victorian family home

A Victorian red brick family home in Clontarf is to be auctioned on May 8, on the instructions of Brian McEnery, receiver at financial consultants BDO. With a floor area of 180sqm, the house is laid over two floors, and benefits from period feature, as well as views across Dublin Bay, although it does need renovation and modernisation.

At the front there is a small garden, set back from the Clontarf road. To the rear is another small garden, but it has the benefit of direct pedestrian access out to a small gated development of detached bungalows known as Victoria Mews, where the owner of 167 Clontarf Road has a designated car parking space.

As a terraced house it appears quite small from the front, but in fact its quite spacious accommodation includes three reception rooms, a kitchenette, and five bedrooms. The front reception room has a bay window.

Last November a nearby house on the terrace, 171 Clontarf Road, sold through Gunnes for €596,000, according to the property price register.

Contact Colliers 01 6333700

Irish Independent