Wood Ville, a gated development in Clontarf, is named after a large historic home that once sat on Howth Road.
The scheme's three-storey houses are tall enough to command views of the Dublin skyline, including the Aviva Stadium and the Pigeon House chimneys.
Three of Wood Ville's six four-bed-plus-study detached homes are still available, with prices ranging from €900,000 to €925,000. Each property measures about 2,000 sq ft and includes a study that could be used as a fifth bedroom. If the buyer needed all five bedrooms, they could convert the floored 500 sq ft attic into a home office instead.
The contemporary-style houses have a red-brick finish to the front bay and around the canopy over the front door, and there are triple-glazed, alu-clad windows throughout. To the rear, the south-facing garden is larger than those at most standard new builds in Dublin.
Inside, there is hardwood oak flooring to the ground floor, a shaker-style kitchen from O'Rourke Kitchens and a balcony off the front master bedroom on the second floor.
Wood Ville is across the road from Killester Dart Station and is a few minutes' walk away from Clontarf promenade.
Viewings are by appointment.