A selection of four properties on the market in Dublin with views of the Irish Sea.
€860k Hunters Estate Agent, (01) 9014275
Originally built as a mews stable, this period property on Killiney Hill Road was revamped in the 1970s by the current owners, to create a stylish home. The house is filled with light through double-height glazing towards the front. A floating gallery leads to the first-floor living room, where the buyer could take in views over the trees and rooftops of the sea and coast. Outside the three-bedroom home, which is set on private land, behind gates, there is a sheltered rockery with mature planting and sun terraces.
€695k Knight Frank (01) 9014210
Number 28 is an end terrace property with views across Dublin Bay and Lambay Island, and just a short walk from the beach and Malahide marina. The Heights is part of Robswall, a residential development that takes its name from Robswall Castle. The neo-Georgian style four-bedroom home boasts high ceilings and large picture windows that take advantage of the sea views. The décor also has a few Germanic touches, including an Alno kitchen with granite worktops and LoddenKemper built-in German wardrobes.
€479k Kelly & Co. Auctioneers, Rush, (01) 8491155
The new owners of number 2 Tayleurs Point, a four-bedroom home in a quiet spot in Rush, could enjoy island and sea views from the living room and main bedroom, which has double doors that open onto a balcony. The property is just minutes from the harbour and the south beach. There are hardwood floors throughout the house and, outside, there are gardens both to the front and to the rear. The back garden comes with a large patio and deck area, ideal for relaxing on a sunny day.
€850k Knight Frank, (01) 9014210
Spring into holiday mode with this two-bedroom penthouse with views of the Malahide estuary and marina. There are balconies off both the living room/dining area and the master bedroom. Its 1,808 sq ft of accommodation is on two levels. The main floor is open-plan, with a sleek tri-aspect kitchen and living/dining room. The main bedroom has floor-to-ceiling built-in wardrobes. A spiral stairway leads to the mezzanine level with glass balustrade, that could be used as a study or second double bedroom.