On the Market: House of Windsor
A period home at 44 Windsor Avenue in Fairview offers the chance to acquire a family sized home in Dublin 3 for less than €400,000.
The powder blue painted end-of-terrace comes with the distinctive later Victorian/Edwardian style entrance and bay window so you can see who's at the door.
Period features include ceiling roses, coving, wooden floors, cast iron fireplaces, and architraves and accommodation covers an entrance hall, front sitting room and rear living room with doors opening to the garden terrace, a kitchen and utility room.
Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a large single room and a family bathroom.
The property is within reach of Fairview Park and the seafront at Clontarf is a 10 minute walk away.
DNG (01-8331802) seeks €380,000.
Fifties family values
Glencairn is one of those homes designed for the middle class Irish city family size of yesteryear.
The 1955 built home at Castleknock Road in Dublin 15 was extended again in the 1970's and today includes a diningroom, a garden room, a breakfastroom, a kitchen and five bedrooms as well as the family bathroom.
Built in a time when it was important for city families to grow their own fruit and vegetables, it also comes with an allotment sized garden.
Sherry FitzGerald (01-8201800) seeks €1.1m
D4 plus 1
Those priced out of Dublin 4 traditionally looked in neighbouring Ranelagh or Clonskeagh but in recent years prices in the latter have ratcheted up bolstered by the Luas and Dundrum Shopping Centre.
This is Crampton land and one of the homes constructed by the well known firm is Lisieux at Whitebeam Road, Dublin 14.
Accommodation comprises an entrance hall, living room / dining room, family room, a sunroom, a kitchen / breakfast room and four bedrooms. There's an ensuite shower room, nursery and walk-in wardrobe attached off the master chamber
DNG Stillorgan (01-2832700) has an AMV of €775,000 for auction tomorrow.