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Conveniently located with period features



Bay windows, high ceilings and coving are just some of the attractive period features of St Mary's, 5 Howth Road, a four-bedroom house with a floor area extending to almost 240sqm.

The entrance hall features an ornate archway, dado rail and centre rose. Similar period ornamentations feature in the front and rear reception rooms, both of which have gas fires with granite surrounds.

To cater for lots of guests, double doors lead from the front reception room to the rear reception room which is separated from a covered outdoor area by a sliding door.

This outdoor area is ideal for guests who smoke or wish to linger in the summer evening while protected from the dew.

Well equipped with items including an eye level oven, the kitchen also comes with a breakfast area and there's a separate pantry.

Behind the kitchen, the breakfast area is also decorated with period features and from there sliding doors open to the outdoor decking area.

Upstairs, the master bedroom is located in the return and is en suite. A family bathroom with a large Jacuzzi bath is also located at this level.

The other bedrooms, which all have some period features, are at first-floor level and two are double sized.

The agents acknowledge that the home may need upgrading.

To the rear, the garden extends to 85ft and enjoys a south-easterly orientation. It is accessible from the front via a covered in lean-to area which can be used for storing bikes etc.

Commuters are just a short distance from town via the nearby Clontarf Dart station.

The asking price is €895,000 and the vendors are open to offers.

Viewing Saturday 12.30 - 1pm. Further information from Savills 01 8530630

Irish Independent