Four on the market with bay-windows homes in Dublin 14
Bay Windows are an attractive feature in a house - here are four properties in south Dublin which feature them.
€775k Sherry FitzGerald Ranelagh (01) 496 9909
Fans of 1930s architecture will want to be very circumspect when it comes to refurbishing Mayfield, at Clonskeagh Road. It's been in the same ownership since it was built, and has rare and wonderful period features including stained glass and wood panelling. It's 1,184 sq ft, not including the garage, and there's a 65ft back garden. The ground floor has the kitchen and two reception rooms - a dining room and an arresting drawing room with a bay window. The first floor has the four bedrooms and the bathroom.
19 Braemor Park, Churchtown
€1.45m DNG Terenure (01) 490 9000
There's a 120ft garden out the back of 19 Braemor Park, done up in a quite formal style and neat as a pin. There's a weed-free patio, an enviably smooth lawn and borders full of meticulously trimmed shrubs. The house is 2,840 sq ft on two storeys with a converted attic. The ground floor has a lounge and a dining room, both with marble fireplaces, a family room, a sunroom and a breakfast room as well as the kitchen. There are four bedrooms upstairs (one en-suite). At attic level there's a study and another skylit room.
1 Whitethorn Road, Clonskeagh
€995k Lisney (01) 662 4511
Number 1 Whitethorn Road is on a corner site, so the current owners have made the best use of the available space and extended it to the side. This has given the house a fairly eccentric footprint but has also boosted the floor area to 1,873 sq ft. That includes four bedrooms on the first floor - the master with en-suite and dressing room. On the ground floor there's a bay-windowed sitting room, a study, and a big, open-plan kitchen, dining room and living room running the length of the house, with doors to the garden.
95 Beaumont Ave, Churchtown
€825k Savills Central Dublin (01) 663 4300
When Google Street View captured 95 Beaumont Avenue back in August 2014, it was a quaint but rather tired-looking bungalow. Since then it's had a complete makeover. It's been refurbished inside and out, modernised and extended to 2,164 sq ft. It's a dormer, with two rooms upstairs - the en-suite master bedroom, and a skylit study. The ground floor has three more bedrooms (one en-suite), along with a bay-windowed living room and an open-plan kitchen and dining room with double doors to the lawned back garden.