Sunday 22 September 2019

Three storeys come with Edwardian twist

Stepaside Park, Stepaside, Dublin 18


Narrow three-storey new-builds have become the de rigueur style on Dublin's southside in the post-crash era. But the three-storey homes that make up the latest phase of Stepaside Park, at the foothills of the Dublin Mountains, have been given a period twist.

The eight five-bed detached houses in the second phase of the new section of Stepaside Park have a turning staircase right from the ground floor to the top floor, as well as extra-high ceilings to the ground level, bay windows, and brick to the façade, all of which lend an Edwardian feel to the properties.

The homes are accessed through the original Stepaside Park scheme, which was built in 2004. The initial phase of a new section of Stepaside Park, which will eventually comprise 46 detached homes, was launched a year ago. Each of the houses in the second phase has between 2,293 sq ft and 2,411 sq ft of accommodation and is priced from €850,000.

French doors and feature glass screens open from the kitchen/diner to the rear patio and landscaped garden. The contemporary-style painted kitchens supplied by Nolan Kitchens come with quartz worktops.

As well as a living room on the ground floor, there is a second, less formal family room on the first floor that has views of a mature green space. Also on this level are a master ensuite with walk-in wardrobes, another bedroom, and a family bathroom. On the second floor is another ensuite bedroom with walk-in wardrobes, two further bedrooms, and a study.

Stepaside Park is close to the Luas stop at Glencairn, the M50, and Stepaside Village.

Viewings today, from 12 to 4pm, and tomorrow, from 12pm to 2pm. Enquiries to: Sherry FitzGerald New Homes (01) 6671888

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