Four on the market: Homes with seven bedrooms
A selection of four properties boasting seven bedrooms.
Ardicuan, Stillorgan, Co Dublin €695k
Janet Carroll, (087) 400 2020
Ardicuan, at 6 Waltersland Road, began life in the 1960s as a fairly roomy semi-detached house, but has since been divided in two, providing a main house and garden flat. The property could be reunified, giving you 2,077 sq ft of floor space on three storeys, or you could keep the flat for income. The 1,256 sq ft house has a kitchen and dining room, sitting room, four bedrooms and a bathroom. The 818 sq ft flat has a kitchen/dining room, a bathroom and three bedrooms. The 67ft back garden has views towards the city and coast.
Clarinda Park East, Dun Laoghaire
€1.3m DNG Dun Laoghaire, (01) 230 1616
Number 33 Clarinda Park East is at the end of a grand old terrace of bay-windowed Victorian seaside houses, though not overlooking the park itself. Although it's a protected structure, planning permission was granted for a three-bedroom bungalow in the side garden. The 4,628 sq ft house has two ground-floor reception rooms and four upstairs bedrooms, with sea views here and there. The basement is divided into two flats. Throughout are period features including original fireplaces, sash windows and wood floors.
7 Woodside Drive, Rathfarnham
€1.35m Maher Gleeson Estates, (01) 490 2888
Unusually, this 4,478 sq ft detached three-storey house in D14 has a glass-roofed conservatory on its top floor. On the ground floor is a lounge with a marble fireplace, a sitting room and dining room, both with bay windows, a kitchen and utility and a study. There are five bedrooms, one en-suite, on the first floor, plus a bathroom. The second floor has two more bedrooms with a shared en-suite, a study and the conservatory. The gardens are lawned with split-level terraces and there's a wine cellar under the house.
219 Navan Road, D7
€750k Flynn Sales & Lettings, (01) 821 1311
It's said you're nearer God's heart in a garden than anywhere else. From the long back garden of this property, you have a clear view of the bell tower of Our Lady Help of Christians church, which should enhance the feeling. The house has been extended to 2,918 sq ft, and that doesn't include the converted attic. Six of the seven bedrooms are en-suite. Downstairs there's a large kitchen and family room with skylights and double doors to the garden, a lounge, a separate dining room, a study and a utility room.