Four on the market with three-bedrooms in Dublin 3
A choice of four three-bed properties currently on the market in Dublin 3.
26 Susanville Road, Drumcondra
€350k Lisney (01) 853 6016
Susanville Road appeared quite suddenly in the first decade of the 20th century. It's not on the 1907 OS map, but it has materialised in time for the 1911 census. It's a narrow, tree-lined street of Edwardian red-brick terraced houses. Number 26 is in the middle of a terrace and has been extended to 775 sq ft. This means there's not much of a rear yard, but there is a reasonably-sized kitchen at the back. Elsewhere, the ground floor has two reception rooms and a bathroom, and the three bedrooms are upstairs.
67 Mount Prospect Avenue
€950k DNG Fairview (01) 833 1802
There should be plenty of scope to extend 67 Mount Prospect Avenue in Clontarf if you want to, as it's detached and stands on a quarter-acre site on the corner of Seapark Road. If not, it's roomy enough as it is now, with 1,238 sq ft of space all on one floor. Two of the bedrooms are at one corner of the house and the third is rather oddly placed off the dining room. That dining room is one of three reception rooms, and is linked by double doors to the main one, a sitting room with two bay windows overlooking the garden.
30 Northbrook Avenue Lower
€350k Gallagher Quigley (01) 818 3000
Around the year 2000, 30 Northbrook Avenue Lower in North Strand was squeezed onto the end of a terrace of red-brick artisan cottages. With its red-brick facade and chimney, it's a modern interloper in heavy disguise. Number 30 is a split-level cottage with a surprising 1,023 sq ft floor area. It has three bedrooms - two upstairs and one on the ground floor, opening off the kitchen. Also downstairs there's a front-facing living room with a granite fireplace, and sunroom off the kitchen with a door to a side courtyard.
8 Oakley Park, Clontarf
€600k DNG Fairview (01) 833 1802
Oakley Park stands on what used to be the grounds of a house known in the late 19th century as Oakley, and previously as Cottage Park. It was the home of James Allingham, a tea merchant. The street is a cul-de-sac of red-brick mostly semi-detached houses including Number 8, which now needs modernising. It's 1,184 sq ft including a garage that has been converted to a reception room. There are two more reception rooms on the ground floor and three bedrooms upstairs, and out the back is a 46ft garden.