Four on the market: 4-beds in D6
A selection of 4-bedroom properties in Dublin 6.
33 Dunville Avenue, Ranelagh
€1.3m DNG Central, (01) 679 4088
Ostensibly 33 Dunville Avenue is a four-bedroom house, but there's also a 14ft by 20ft attic room. Number 33 has gained a modern extension (28ft by 20ft) including a big kitchen and family room on the ground floor with floor-to-ceiling windows on two walls. The ground floor also has a dining room and a drawing room with an archway between and there's also a utility room off the extension. There are three bedrooms on the first floor (the master bedroom is ensuite) and the fourth is on the second floor. The total size is 2,454 sq ft. Parking is on the street, and the Beechwood Luas stop is a two-minute walk away.
18 Maxwell Road, Rathmines
€950k Sherry FitzGerald Rathmines, (01) 496 6066
Maxwell Road is part of a development of 14 houses at Maxwell Square in Rathmines, completed in 2015. As a relatively new build, 18 Maxwell Road has an up-to-the-minute energy rating of A3. It's at the end of a terrace and stands at 2,034 sq ft over four floors. There's one bedroom on the first floor, two on the second floor (with one ensuite), and the fourth is on the top floor with a balcony. The ground floor has a TV room with a cast-iron fireplace, and an eat-in kitchen with sliding doors to the garden, and there's a first-floor living room with a solid-fuel stove.
8 Merton Walk, Mount St Anne’s
€925k Lisney Leeson Street, (01) 662 4511
According to the Property Price Register, 8 Merton Walk in Milltown last sold in February 2014, when it fetched €675,000. It's now back on the market with an extra €250,000 on its asking price. The properties at Merton Walk have gated access to Milltown Luas stop, but there's private parking as well, and a management fee of €1,115 a year. Number 8 is a three-storey mid-terraced house measuring 1,722 sq ft. The ground floor has a family room and an open-plan kitchen and dining room. There's one en-suite bedroom and a living room on the first floor, and three more bedrooms on the top floor, one with an en-suite and balcony.
61 Beechwood Ave Lower, Ranelagh
€1.2m Sherry FitzGerald Ranelagh, (01) 496 9909
When the current owners of 61 Beechwood Avenue bought the house in 2005, it was in flats. They set about turning it back into a family home, extending it and giving charge of the interior makeover to designer Aurora Aleson (who previously worked with John Rocha on the Morrison Hotel in Dublin and with Philip Treacy on the G in Galway). The result is an elegant but understated 2,056 sq ft house, with traditional features in the original part of the building and a modern kitchen and family room in the extension, with a vaulted ceiling and skylights. The ground floor also has a drawing room and a dining room and the four bedrooms (two ensuite) are upstairs.