12 Morehampton Road, Donnybrook
€2.75M DNG Donnybrook (01) 260 020
No12 Morehampton Road was set out in bedsits in the 1970s before being later converted back to a family home. A three-storey extension at the back of the house brings the total floor area up to 4,607 sq ft, which encompasses living areas on the top two floors and a suite of offices on the lower two.
Accommodation includes a living room, dining room, guest WC, kitchen and breakfast room at hall level, three ensuite bedrooms on the first floor and sizable commercial units at ground and garden level. This gives the option of running a business from home or reconfiguring the house back to one extremely large family residence.
109 Marlborough Road, Donnybrook
€1.35M Property Partners O’Brien Swaine: (01) 298 8508
Named after the seventh Duke of Marlborough, grandfather of Winston Churchill, Marlborough Road is a leafy street connecting Donnybrook and Ranelagh. For some years, No109 was set in flats, with the owner living on the top floor while renting out five self-contained apartments below.
New owners may want to continue deriving rental income from the property, or convert it back to a single family home. Spanning 2,174 sq ft with period features intact, it contains one two-bed apartment, four one-bed units and one studio. The driveway has off-street parking for four cars.
1 Burleigh Mews, Burlington Road
€1.35M Eoin O’Neill Property Advisers: (01) 660 0333
The first in a small cul-de-sac of detached properties off Burlington Road, No1 Burleigh Mews is a 1,788 sq ft redbrick that’s a modern version of its older Victorian neighbours. Its 50-foot long back garden contains a self-contained Shomera home office and a detached garage.
There’s a living room, dining room and guest WC off the entrance hall, while the kitchen leads to a triple aspect sunroom with vaulted ceiling, rooflights and windows overlooking the rear garden. Upstairs are four bedrooms (one ensuite) and a main bathroom. It’s a 15-minute walk to St Stephen’s Green and Grafton Street.
13 Havelock Square, Sandymount
€865k Sherry FitzGerald Sandymount (01) 667 2244
The low-slung Victorian villas lining Sandymount’s Havelock Square are in stark contrast to the vast, spaceship-like arena of the Aviva Stadium to their rear. No13 is a recently renovated redbrick with 1,234 sq ft of living space in walk-in condition.
There are two bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs, while the ground floor contains a third bedroom, drawing room, wet room/utility, Shaker style kitchen and an open-plan dining/living room. Double doors open out to the back garden, from where you can gaze over the wall at the giant orb set on the oldest rugby union ground in the world.