Four on the market: three-beds in Dublin 6
A choice of four three-bed houses currently for sale in Dublin 6.
85 Rathgar Road, Rathgar
€1.35m Felicity Fox, (01) 633 4431
Fully refurbished in 2012, this house has gardens front and back, the front garden being considerably bigger, allowing for more distance from the traffic on Rathgar Road. It's 2,476 sq ft in size on three storeys. At garden level there's a kitchen/dining room, utility and study, and a playroom or fourth bedroom. The three other bedrooms, all en-suite, are on the first floor, where there's a set of stained-glass French doors to a roof terrace. At hall level are two formal reception rooms linked by double doors, plus a bathroom.
30 Annesley Park, Ranelagh
€750k Property Partners O’Brien Swaine, (01) 298 8508
Less than five minutes' walk from Beechwood Luas stop is this property, one of a row of redbrick Victorian cottages. Extended to 1,701 sq ft, it has a sunroom opening from the kitchen. There's also a shower room and one bedroom on the lower floor. The other two bedrooms, one en-suite, are at entrance level, along with a drawing room, dining room and the main bathroom. There's a good-sized back garden with a lawn, deck and some trees. The property has a tenancy in place until next December, yielding €34,800 at present.
4 Orwell Woods, Dartry
€550k DNG Terenure, (01) 490 9000
The agents describe this house, off Orwell Park, as being in Rathgar. The Ordnance Survey though will insist it's Dartry. It's in an estate of terraced houses with front balconies, many facing onto a small common green area and backing onto Dartry Park to the south. Number four is 895 sq ft and has three first-floor bedrooms including a master bedroom giving onto the balcony. Downstairs there's a kitchen with a floor-to-ceiling window, a living room with solid-fuel stove and French doors to the garden with patio, lawn and deck.
24 Killeen Road, Rathmines
€950k DNG Central, (01) 679 4088
The price of this house was raised last month from €895k to €950k. Technically it's in Rathmines, though it's about equidistant from Rathmines and Ranelagh, and 400 metres from Beechwood Luas stop. A listed two-storey terraced house, it's been refurbished and extended to 1,380 sq ft. The three bedrooms and bathroom are on the first floor. Downstairs there's a living room, and a family room with an archway leading to a modern kitchen with skylights and a door to the paved garden with a pedestrian exit.